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Big Brother Africa Organizer's statement over Ebola Ghana Scare


The producers of Big Brother Africa IX would like to state that contrary to information on various Ghanaian media platforms, the Big Brother Season 9 candidates have not been rejected by MultiChoice Africa or Endemol due to the Ebola scare. 

The candidates applied for visas to travel to South Africa for the final stage of auditioning and but unfortunately their visas were not able to be processed and issued in time. 

The SA Home Affairs now requires all applicants to submit their own applications personally and the visa process takes a minimum of ten working days. 

The South African High Commission in Ghana was following the necessary processes but unfortunately there were delays in producing additional documentations such as bank statements, which meant that Endemol had to take the necessary measures to ensure Ghana is represented in BBA 9 and does not miss out of the show 

The production company had no option but to find alternative Ghanaian candidates to audition in South Africa, as they could not hold up the processes that lead up to the show. 

Produced by Endemol South Africa, Big Brother Hotshots kicks off on 7 September at 19:00 CAT and run 24/7 on DStv channels 197 and 198, with the best of the live highlights shown on GOtv 

With less than four weeks to go, follow the action in the lead-up to the Premiere on social media by following @BigBroAfrica, liking facebook.com/BigBrotherAfrica or go to the official website at www.bigbrotherafrica.com . Source:Omgghana 

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Big Brother Africa shuts door on Ghana over Ebola



Organisers of the Big Brother Africa competition have allegedly rejected the candidates selected to represent Ghana at the contest.

According to a source at MultiChoice in South Africa, the four candidates were rejected on the basis of the Ebola scare in West Africa.

StarrFMonline.com’s sources at Endemol, producers of the BBA show, said the four candidates who made it through the selection stage in Ghana were rejected because of the Ebola Scare in the West African sub-region.

An official revealed that fresh auditions are being held to select new Ghanaian candidates for the popular TV reality show of the continent. The new audition is only opened to Ghanaian nationals leaving in South Africa as a precautionary measure. It is expected that the same thing will be done to candidates from all of West Africa, especially countries where the Ebola disease has been recorded.

The disease has killed 1145 persons in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Nigeria since it broke out.

When StarrFMOnline.com reached the Communications Manager of MultiChoice Anne Sackey for an official position on the issue, she said she knows nothing about it.

Big Brother Africa is a television program produced by Endemol SA for M-net. The first show was held in 2003 and annually hosted in South Africa. The contestants live in an ‘enclosed’ house while trying to avoid being evicted by viewers and ultimately winning cash prize - USD 300 000 - at the end of the show.

Entries are open to 14 countries: Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Source: Ghana/StarrFMOnline.com

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She was recently spotted entering a private clinic which led to media speculating that she was probably expecting and now it so happens that BBA 2013 winner; Dillish Mathews all the way from Namibia craves to have her own kids sooner than later.

She recently shared a photo tenderly carrying an adorable baby named ‘Munya’ and captioned it: “Baby ‘Munya ‘ he is so cute. Time to have my own abi?”

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Is Dillish Mathews Pregnant?



For all you care to know, winner of Big Brother Africa 2013, Dillish might be pregnant already.

The beauty was spotted taking a visit to a baby doctor recently and tongues have started to wag that there may be a baby on the way.

If you recollect, Dillish had granted an interview earlier in d year where she revealed her deep love for children and says she hopes to have one soon with or without marriage.

So now that she’s visiting a baby doctor, could she be pregnant?

Time will tell.

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Love On The Beach: Elikem & Pokello Receive Their BBA Prize Package


At the end of Big Brother - The Chase last August, Ghana's Elikem serving his Zimbabwean girl Pokello breakfast in bed won the hearts of viewers as the Most Romantic Gesture, making him the Most Romantic Housemate of The Chase.

For this Elikem won a holiday package valued at USD 10,000 and chose to share the prize with his lady love Pokello.

The prize package included: A five-night, all expenses paid stay in a luxury room at the Sarova White Sands Hotel in Mombasa, Kenya, Two return air tickets courtesy of Rwanda Air as well as spending money.

Well, the lovebirds who go by the name "Polikem" are presently enjoying their romantic getaway courtesy of Big Brother.

The couple showed some serious PDA on a day out at sea... and looks like there's no stopping this soon to be married couple. Check out more photos from their vacation below...











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