Big Brother Titans

‘Big Brother Titans’ will feature contestants from South Africa and Nigeria. Image via Twitter @Sbusile_Mnguni

‘Big Brother Titans’: Entries open for new season of reality show

Back with a twist…: ‘Big Brother Titans’ is set to feature housemates from South Africa and Nigeria. Here’s what what you need to know…

Big Brother Titans

‘Big Brother Titans’ will feature contestants from South Africa and Nigeria. Image via Twitter @Sbusile_Mnguni

Following a successful season of Big Brother Mzansi earlier this year, the reality television show is returning to South African screens but with a twist… In 2023, Big Brother Titans will see contestants from South Africa and Nigeria competing for an amazing prize. 

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Big Brother Mzansi had its fair share of controversy but made its big return to local television screens earlier this year. Entries for the show opened in October 2021 and the housemates were welcomed to the show in January this year. 

Michelle “Mphowabadimo” Mvundla beat out her fellow housemates and friends to walk away as the winner of Big Brother Mzansi. Mphowabadimo won a whopping R2 million. 

Speaking on her win with Channel24, the mother-of-one said things had been amazing since her win. 

“I’m living my dream. I’m slowly finding the adjustment. It’s not easy, but one day at a time.”


Entries for Big Brother Titans officially opened on Thursday 6 October and Biggie is looking for contestants from South Africa and Nigeria. Anyone who hopes to enter the competition will have until Saturday 22 October. 

Entrants must meet a strict criteria to be considered for Big Brother Titans. Hopefuls must be 21 years of age or older by 30 October 2022 and must be a South African or Nigerian citizen or a permanent resident of either country. 

Entrans must upload a two-minute video here to be considered Big Brother Titans

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Reacting to Big Brother Titans coming to local television screens, tweeps were excited to see who would be representing Mzansi and Nigeria. 

“A Nigerian has won Big Brother Titans already. Know this and know peace,” wrote one tweep. 

“Bathong people with great personalities apply for Big Brother Titans,” wrote another tweep. 

“Biggie is about to collect his fans back. We what?? We move again next year.”