8 major things you need to know about Big Brother Africa

Big Brother Tv show has been gracing our screens for quite some decades now, and many people have been searching the internet for major information concerning this most entertaining reality tv show.

Many questions have been asked online and most of them are still left with no answers. But, we are going to answer some of those major questions here on Doronize.com

1. How and where did Big Brother originate from?

The ‘real life soap‘ was first aired in the Netherlands in September 1999, and the show was subsequently adapted to virtually every other part of the world. The show’s name comes from George Orwell’s 1949 novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, in which Big Brother is the all-seeing leader of the dystopian Oceania.

2. When did Big Brother Africa 1 start?

Big Brother Africa 1. The first season of Big Brother Africa, featuring 12 housemates from 12 different African countries, premiered to audiences in 42 African countries on Sunday May 25, 2003, and ended on September 7 of the same year, lasting 106 days.

3. Where is the Big Brother house?

The houses are located in designated areas of the hosting countries. Each country has their own BBA house located at somewhere best known to the organizers.

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4. How old do you have to be to go to Big Brother?

All applicants of Big Brother must be atleast, 21 years of age to apply.

5. How much does Big Brother pay contestants?

The “Big Brother” contract says that the houseguests gets $750 on weekly basis as long as they’re in the game, and if they make it that far, on the jury. The two finalists — who receive either $500,000 or $50,000 — do not receive the stipend.

6. How old do you have to be to be on the survivor?

All Survivor applicants must be 18 years or older at the time they apply — except in Alabama, Nebraska and Wyoming, where the minimum age requirement is 19; including Mississippi and Washington, D.C., where applicants must still be 21 years or older at the time they apply.

7. What does a big brother or big sister do?

Big Brothers Big Sisters’ community-based mentoring program matches youths age 6-18, predominantly from low-income, single-parent households, with adult volunteer mentors who are typically young (20-34) and well-educated (the majority are college graduates).

8. How long does Big Brother Tv show go on for each session?

Celebrity Big Brother has been extended to five weeks. The show – which usually runs for 21 days – will now go on for 35 days, meaning the stars will be locked up under constant surveillance for more than a month.

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