Survivor SA S7: tribes merge turns the game on its head (spoiler)

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IN A SURPRISING turn of events, two opposing tribes will merge in tonight’s must-watch game changer merge of, Survivor SA: Island of Secrets. The decision follows last week’s dramatic episode, in which viewers were again taken by surprise as host Nico Panagio randomly asked the tribes to drop their buffs!

Bromance check: It’s anyone’s guess what will transpire to all the strong friendships in tonight’s episode of Survivor SA

As Nathan predicted, castaways from the twosome, Sa’ula and Ta’alo will become one in this week’s episode, which will consequently see them enjoy a spectacular merge feast. In a move that is bound to put some of the seemingly strong alliances and friendships under pressure and certainly see castaways scramble for power as the game play heats up, the celebration will be short-lived as contestants come face to face with reality that it’s now everyone for themselves; yes, tonight marks the first individual immunity challenge of the season.

In true style of Survivor, it’s anyone’s guess what will transpire tonight to all the untouchable alliances, among them the formidable trio, Geoff, Mike and Mmaba, the show’s misfits, Durāo, Seipei and Jacques and the “seven strong” – Rob, Steffi, Cobus, Jacques, Laetitia, Seipei and Mike. Are they a fairy tale as some viewers may have predicted or a real deal? To find out, tune in to Survivor South Africa: Island of Secrets on M-Net (DStv 101) every Thursday, 7pm. Fans can visit www.mnet.tv/survivorsa and follow all the breaking news around South Africa’s much loved adventure reality TV show.

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Tankiso Komane
A Journalism graduate from the Tshwane University of Technology, Tankiso Komane has a vast experience in print & broadcast media business and has worked for some of the country’s biggest daily newspapers, including The Sowetan, The Citizen, The Times, and The New Age. Through her varied work as a journalist, notably as a copywriter for SABC1 (On-Air promotions) and as a publicist for Onyx Communications, she has developed an in-depth understanding of the nature of the media business and how to use it for the purpose of exposure. Her expertise in journalism, coupled with a good reputation, is what laid the foundation of the business philosophy adapted by NowInSA, a subsidiary of LeisureNews Networks.

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