Big Brother Africa

Five up for eviction on Big Brother Amplified

After the shock of seeing three of their number leave on Sunday, M-Net’s Big Brother Amplified Housemates had to re-focus on another set of nominations on Monday (11 July). Thirteen Housemates have left and thirteen remain – and five are up for eviction again this week.

Bernadina, Lomwe, Vina, Mumba and Zeus all found themselves in the firing line after Head of House, Vimbai, saved Wendall and put Mumba up in his place.

• Vimbai didn’t waste much time in saving her fellow Zimbabwean – and love interest – Wendall when she headed to the Chat Room, but the big surprise was that she replaced him with Mumba instead of Karen. She and the Nigerian have not seen eye-to-eye since Karen gave Wendall a massage. Vimbai had also nominated Karen for the last two weeks running, so it was a surprise that she didn’t take the opportunity to put her back in the firing line.

• During the nomination sessions, the ladies stuck to their strategy of nominating the men. Most surprising was Kim’s nomination of Lomwe, with whom she has shared some intimate moments. She told Big Brother that he is “too reserved”, making it hard for her to trust him.

• Both Vimbai and Vina nominated Zeus – the former because of the way his dalliance with Karen showed disregard for his girlfriend outside the House and the latter because she felt he was “using” her fellow Nigerian.

• Kim, Bernadina, Millicent, Mumba, Vina, Karen and Sharon O all nominated Wendall for a variety of reasons – mostly, it seems, his strategy of keeping a low profile while being extremely competitive has caught up with him.

• Millicent, Hanni, Vimbai and Karen are the only women who nominated other women. Unsurprisingly, Karen and Vimbai’s ongoing feud saw them nominate each other.

• Millicent nominated Vina and Hanni chose Bernadina alongside her nomination of Zeus.

• Lomwe based his decision on the people he has interacted least with, naming Hanni and Mumba.

• Zeus nominated Kim and Vina (who coincidentally returned the favour!).

• Luclay nominated Bernadina and Zeus, while Wendall named Zeus and Vina as his choices.

Big Brother wants your vote: Just remember you are voting to keep a nominated Housemate in the house. Which means, the more you vote for your favourite nominated Housemate, the better their chance of staying in the house.

When you vote, you also stand the chance of winning weekly prizes, including DStv HD PVRs and from Samsung: Cameras, Camcorders, Laptops, Smartphones and the Galaxy Tab.

The Housemate who receives the least number of votes will be evicted.

You can vote to keep a nominated Housemate in the house in three different ways:
1. Using MXit
2. Via the website, or the WAPsite on your mobile phone.
3. By sending an SMS

To vote using MXit: open the browser on your WAP-enabled mobile phone, and type in m.mxit.com to download MXit for free. Then locate MXit on your phone in the applications or games section and register. Once in MXit, go to Tradepost -> Entertainment -> Mnet. You will find the Big Brother contact in the M-Net bot. Add the Big Brother contact. Please note that voting on MXit is free and you can vote up to 10 times on MXit per voting period.

To vote online: Register on DStv Connect, or use your existing DStv Connect profile details to log in. (www.mnetafrica.com/bigbrother). Please note that voting on the website or wapsite is free and you are allowed to vote once per hour during the voting period.

To vote via SMS: send the word ‘vote’ followed by the Housemate’s name to the number for your country (displayed in the VOTE section). SMSes are charged per specified network tariffs in the various countries. VAS rates apply. Free minutes do not apply. Please note that you can vote 100 times by SMS per telephone number during each voting period.

Angola
Unitel 43333 UTT 6.6 per SMS

Botswana
Mascom 16626 P2.50 per SMS
Orange 16626 P2.50 per SMS
BEMOBILE 16626 P2.50 per SMS

Ethiopia
Ethio Telecom 835 5 Birr

Ghana
MTN 1477 GHC 0.60 per SMS
Vodafone 1477 GHC 0.60 per SMS
Tigo 1477 GHC 0.60 per SMS
Espresso 1477 GHC 0.60 per SMS
Airtel 1477 GHC 0.60 per SMS

Kenya
Safaricom 5626 Kes 30 per SMS
Orange 5626 Kes 30 per SMS
Airtel 5626 Kes 30 per SMS

Malawi
TNM 15626 MK 48.00 per SMS
Airtel 15626 MK 48.00 per SMS

Mozambique
Vodacom 99026 MT 20.00 per SMS
Mcel 99026 MT 20.00 per SMS

Namibia
Leo 15626 N$ 3 per SMS
MTC 15626 N$ 3 per SMS
Telecom 15626 N$ 3 per SMS

Nigeria
MTN 34350 N75 per SMS
Airtel 34350 N75 per SMS
Globacom 34350 N75 per SMS
Etisalat 34350 N75 per SMS
Starcomms 34350 N75 per SMS
Visafone 34350 N75 per SMS

South Africa
Vodacom 33729 R1.50 per SMS
MTN 33729 R1.50 per SMS
Cell C 33729 R1.50 per SMS

Tanzania
Vodacom 15726 Tsh 600 per SMS
Tigo 15726 Tsh 600 per SMS
Zantel 15726 Tsh 600 per SMS
SASATEL 15726 Tsh 600 per SMS

Uganda
MTN 7117 Ugx 220 per SMS
Airtel 7117 Ugx 220 per SMS
Orange 7117 Ugx 220 per SMS
Warid 7117 Ugx 220 per SMS

Zambia
MTN 15626 ZK 2000 per SMS
Zamtel 15626 ZK 2000 per SMS

Zimbabwe
Econet 33334 USD 0.50 per SMS
NetOne 15626 USD 0.50 per SMS

Voting begins immediately after the Nomination show at 20:30 CAT on Monday nights and closes at 06:00 CAT on the following Sunday morning.

Find out who has received the least number of votes and will be evicted by tuning in to DStv Channel 198 on Sunday nights for the Live Eviction show at 19:00 CAT.

The Big Brother Amplified Monday nomination and the Sunday Live eviction shows are also simulcast on Mzansi Magic – DStv channel 107.

Anthony-Claret Onwutalobi
Anthony-Claret Onwutalobi
Anthony-Claret is a software Engineer, entrepreneur and the founder of Codewit INC and CEO of Portia Web Solutions. Mr. Claret publishes and manages the content on Codewit Word News website and associated websites. He's a writer, IT Expert, great administrator, technology enthusiast, social media lover and all around digital guy.
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