Botswana’s Kaone and Angola’s Tatiana were the latest housemates to be evicted from the House.
Whilst Tatiana was overcome with emotion, it was Kaone who did not seem as dejected.
Tatiana did not leave the house empty handed, she left with US$3 000 after she cracked Kaone’s secret, as well as Sheila’s.
As a result of letting the secret out of the bag, Kaone and Sheila left with nothing.
Tatiana managed to crack Kaone’s secret that he was once in jail and Lerato’s secret that she had piercings in hidden places. The Angolan has also left the house knowing she will be rewarded with R50 000 holiday courtesy of South African tourism Department.
The final five are Uti, Munya, Lerato, Sheila, Mwisho.
The biggest surprise is that Batswana didn’t vote to keep Kaone in the game but instead chose to give their vote to Munya. The irony of the situation is that despite many Batswana xenophobic attitude towards Zimbabweans, they have decided to get rid of their own countryman in favour of the Zimbabwean.
Countries voted to keep Munya and Uti in the game with six in favour of Uti; this left Tatiana and Kaone with no countries voting for them. One wonders, therefore, whether Kaone ever really stood the chance of winning the grand prize. It seems Batswana chose to be less patriotic but rather voted for the best player.
The continent continues to show strong support for Munya and, as the game reaches its conclusion, it will be very difficult to see anyone stopping him from walking away with the big prize.