Wed 09 May 2018, 15:02
There will be more drama on Survivor South Africa: Philippines on Thursday 10 May on M-Net 101 (DStv Channel 101) and on DStv Now at 19:00.
If viewers thought that the first Tribal Council vote was a shocker, they’re in for a huge surprise this week in the second episode of Survivor South Africa: Philippines. Ace’s swing vote of last week, resulting in strategist Seamus’ departure, was just an appetiser for the drama that’s about to play off when the tribe who loses the Immunity Challenge has their date with host Nico Panagio. Will tribe Mindanao, whose members have already been conniving, lying and even eating hidden Immunity Idol clues, say goodbye to someone? Or will Luzon pay their second visit in a row to Tribal Council?
“It’s been clear from the start that the castaways in the latest South African season of the hit series, mean business, “ says M-Net’s Head of Publicity Lani Lombard. “They’re devious and daring – all in the name of the game - and will do what it takes to ensure that they end up as the show’s Sole Survivor. But then all Survivor fans also know that anything can happen at any time and that you have to think on your feet, day and night, despite being confronted with the elements and creatures of nature.”
This week’s Reward Challenge requires some serious team work and the winning tribe have a choice when it comes to the booty they want to take back to camp – and the tribe with the best communication skills may have the upper hand at the Immunity Challenge.
While fans of the show enjoy all the action in the episode, there are also some magnificent prizes up for grabs on the Survivor SA: Philippines website:
• A Huawei P20 Pro phone valued at R15 499.
• A Cape Union Mart voucher valued at R10 000.
• A delicious Steers Wacky Wednesdays voucher for one year, valued at R2800.
All you have to do is to go to www.mnet.tv/survivorsa and answer the weekly quiz question. Every entry then also goes into the draw for the grand prize of a tropical island holiday experience for four, brought to you by Cathay Pacific and Club Med. And, if you’d like to earn additional points, explore the island and find the Huawei P20 Pro phone in our 360 VR experience.
Survivor South Africa: Philippines is also streamed live on DStv Now and available on DStv Catch Up within 24 hours of the live show. You can also catch the repeat on Sunday afternoons at 17:00 on M-Net Channel 101.
Survivor SA is powered by the Huawei P20 Pro and is produced by Afrokaans Film and TV.