Citizen Reporter
2 minute read
20 Dec 2021
9:39 am

Lawrence Maleka to host the new season of ‘Big Brother Mzansi’

Citizen Reporter

Known for his role on 'The River', Lawrence Maleka says that he is happy to join in the fun as a presenter on 'Big Brother Mzansi'.

Lawrence Maleka. Picture: Instagram

Another season of South Africa’s most loved reality television show, Big Brother Mzansi will soon air on your screens after taking a long break.

The new season’s host has also finally been announced.

The nation is excited to yet again watch contestants battle it out in the Big Brother house for three months, competing in house games, partying it up and other interesting shenanigans which will show Big Brother as well as viewers across the country who is fit enough to battle it out to the end, and who is the weakest link and should be voted off the show.

SAFTA winner and television personality Lawrence Maleka will be adding another prestigious gig to his profile as he will be joining the cast of Big Brother Mzansi as the host of the new season.

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Known for his character as Zolani on 1Magic’s The River, Lawrence has also hosted many television programs such as Africa Magic Entertainment’s StarGist, Mzansi Magic’s Clash of the Choirs and he has also co-hosted the 2021 South African Music Awards.

“I’m excited to be part of this installment of Big Brother Mzansi. The franchise has become a massive phenomenon in African as well as South African pop culture, and I’m happy to join in the fun as a presenter.

“The fan base is huge and massively loyal – it’s an honour to be part of such a fantastic production,” said Maleka.

The highly anticipated new season of Big Brother Mzansi will be the hottest yet. In addition to the 24-hour channel, daily shows and weekly highlights, viewers will also see the return of the most-liked feature, the Shower Hour.

There will also be Friday game nights, Saturday night parties hosted with Channel O featuring the hottest DJs and, of course, the twists and turns of Sunday night evictions.