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Viewers castigate Big Brother Africa All-Stars


Conservative Big Brother Africa’s local fans are wary of Munyaradzi Chidzonga’s return to this year’s edition of the show as his sexual romp with Botswana’s Tawana on set in Season 4 did not go down well with them.
This led them to question M-Net’s decision to recall him for another fling with the show.
“Not Munya! How can they choose him of all people? Anyone else would have been better because at least they did not have casual sex,” said a concerned fan.
She observed that although other previous Zimbabwean representatives in past episodes, like Tapuwa Mhere (2005) — who pranced about in the house naked — were not really good ambassadors of Zimbabwean values, Munya went overboard.
Another fan, Tinotenda Mhiko, concurred:
“By bringing back Munya into the house, I think they have just proved the point that the show condones behaviour that is contrary to what we call hunhu/ubuntu (acceptable behaviour).”
Others however felt Munya was the best representative as he brought an exciting edge to the show.
MultiChoice Zimbabwe public relations and publicity manager Elizabeth Dziva would not comment on Munya’s suitability.
“There is always a lot of debate about topics related to the show, including suitability of choices for participants,” she said.
“We would be interested to see your readers’ own views on the question you pose and are sure it would make interesting reading,” she added.
The 24-year-old munyaradzi is contesting for the ultimate prize of $200 000 in the Big Brother Africa All-Stars reality TV show for the next 91 days at a secluded spot in Johannesburg’s Randburg area.

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