The cooking competition that gets everyone talking is back with six new episodes to spice up the new year!
From Wednesday 9th February, the hilarious cooking competition returns to BBC Lifestyle (DStv channel 174) local line-up every week where the good, the bad and the hungry will come together to battle it out to be the host with the most.
Come Dine With Me South Africa season 7 will continue to be narrated by the hilarious voiceover legend Dave Lamb. The SAFTA award winning show takes viewers into the homes of some of the country’s most extrovert and eccentric citizens to see if they have what it takes to win the R10,000 cash prize. The knives (and forks) are out but which of the bold and brilliant personalities will take the crown?
Episode 7 airs on Wednesday 9th February at 8pm on BBC Lifestyle (DStv ch 174), it will be repeated on Saturdays at 7pm and Sundays at 6pm and available on DStv Now and catch up.
Week one kicks off in North Johannesburg with four bold and brilliant personalities – glamourous Leago, radio presenter Leah, engineer Nevashnee and ex Sharks rugby player Katt - who will come out on top?
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Episode 8 airs on Wednesday 16th February at 8pm on BBC Lifestyle (DStv ch 174), it will be repeated on Saturdays at 7pm and Sundays at 6pm and available on DStv Now and catch up.
It’s ladies week and battle of the perfectionists as bubbly accountant Tarini, sales executive and lover of pink, Natasha, fun financial advisor Olive and communication specialist Thobile, compete to win the R10,000 cash prize.
Episode 9 airs on Wednesday 23rd February at 8pm on BBC Lifestyle (DStv ch 174), it will be repeated on Saturdays at 7pm and Sundays at 6pm and available on DStv Now and catch up.
We’re in sunny Cape Town for week nine and it’s battle of the fondants as four confident characters – DJ Ricky, attorney Candy, salesman Renier and social media manager Kelly - battle to win the R10,000 cash prize.
Episode 10 airs on Wednesday 2nd March at 8pm on BBC Lifestyle (DStv ch 174), it will be repeated on Saturdays at 7pm and Sundays at 6pm and available on DStv Now and catch up.
Come Dine With Me South Africa is back with four bold and brilliant personalities. The creative cooks battling to win this week are entrepreneur, Sam, outdoor enthusiast Lyndsie, Charles, AKA champagne Charlie and family man Justin, but who will win the R10,000 cash prize?
Episode 11 airs on Wednesday 9th March at 8pm on BBC Lifestyle (DStv ch 174), it will be repeated on Saturdays at 7pm and Sundays at 6pm and available on DStv Now and catch up.
Come Dine With Me South Africa is in the East of Johannesburg for episode eleven with four bold and brilliant personalities – family man Prin, fun loving Caty, divorce attorney Bianca and ex-boxing champ Alex, but who will come out on top?
Episode 12 airs on Wednesday 16th March at 8pm on BBC Lifestyle (DStv ch 174), it will be repeated on Saturdays at 7pm and Sundays at 6pm and available on DStv Now and catch up.
The season ends in Sandton with four final brilliant characters - creative Landa, smooth talker Kgothatso, self-proclaimed food critique Josh and stand-up comedian Robin – who will win the cash prize?
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About BBC Lifestyle
BBC Lifestyle showcases premium content tailored for the South African market across multiple genres, Self-Improvement, Food, Home & Design and Dating. Live your Fullest Life is our channel proposition and filters through our content and communication passes.
We are more than content providers, we are content makers. We’ve learnt from our huge success creating local formats, Come Dine With Me South Africa, Great South African Bake Off, First Dates South Africa, Dinner Dates South Africa what our local audience respond to.
About Come Dine With Me
Come Dine With Me is distributed internationally by ITV Studios Global Entertainment has been produced in over 40 countries including Germany, France and Australia, with over 14,000 episodes in many languages across the globe.
Come Dine With Me South Africa was the first local commission from BBC Worldwide for its channels in the EMEA region, and debuted in South Africa in 2011. The series has been a huge ratings hit and in 2013 the programme won a Best International Format Show Award at the 7th Annual South African Film and Television Awards 2013 (SAFTAs).
Come Dine With Me South Africa is sponsored by Sensodyne
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