Come Dine With Me South Africa Has Made A Comeback For Real

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Following three years of break‚ filming for a new series will commence on Come Dine With Me South Africa later this year.

The SAFTA winning dining competition and BBC Lifestyle series which showcases the best and worst dinner parties is looking for contestants for the new season.

The first three series of the show have become firm favourites with audiences around the country. It’s been one huge ratings hits to another and in 2013, the programme won a Best International Format Show Award at the 7th Annual South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTAs).

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The SA season of Come Dine With Me has been commissioned in partnership with the Johannesburg-based production company Rapid Blue.

For each episode on the show, four people who are complete strangers step into each other’s homes with the hope of being wined‚ dined and entertained. They will also be in with the chance of winning R10‚000.

Filming for new episodes will commence in four different cities – Cape Town‚ Durban‚ Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth later this year. The new series promises to be better than others before it.



Joel Churcher, General Manager and Vice President Africa, BBC Worldwide says had this to say about the comeback;

Come Dine With Me South Africa quickly established itself as a South African sensation, taking us into the dining rooms of some of the country’s most intriguing characters.

“I’m pleased that BBC Lifestyle is joining forces with Rapid Blue once more to offer a distinctly South African take on a hugely popular international format.”

Though the South African version debuted in SA in 2011, Come Dine With Me is now produced in 34 countries including Germany‚ France and Australia.

Here’s how to be a part of Come Dine With Me South Africa

South African residents are invited to send in applications to become a contestant on the show. All authentic information on how to apply can be found at www.bbcsouthafrica.com.

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Notably, the application process will close on Sunday 6th August 2017 ahead of the 12-part series premiering on BBC Lifestyle in early 2018.

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