Mark Anthony Fish[1] is a tribe captain from Survivor South Africa: Champions.

Profile

Retrieved from survivorsa.dstv.com

Mark Fish started his professional career with Jomo Cosmos in 1991 and went on to represent Orlando Pirates, Lazio (Italy), Bolton Wanderers, Charlton Athletic and Ipswich Town (all England) in a career that spanned two decades. He won 62 caps for his country, with the pinnacle of his international career coming in 1996 when the side lifted the African Cup of Nations. Much-loved by fans who chanted "Feeeeesh" every time he touched the ball on the field, Mark was also an ambassador for South Africa’s successful bid to host the 2010 FIFA World Cup.[2]

Survivor South Africa

Voting History

Mark's Voting History1
Episode Mark's
Votes
11 Buhle
12 Ineligible
13 Moyra
Ineligible
14 Zavion
15 Ineligible
16 Buhle
17 Ineligible
Voted for
Sole Survivor
Buhle

^1 After the merge, the captains were taken away from their tribes, where they would compete in different duels for the Salvation Cup, an artifact that give its holder a right to negate one vote from a castaway of his choice. During the Final Tribal Council, they would vote as member of the Jury.

Post-Survivor

References

Survivor South Africa: Champions Castaways
 Altaaf
Selatan
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 Ashleigh
Selatan
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 Buhle
Utara
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 David
Selatan
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 Gena
Selatan
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 Graham
Selatan
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 Killarney
Utara
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 Marian
Utara
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 Marsha
Selatan
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 Moyra
Selatan
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 Philip
Selatan
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 Shane
Utara
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 Shona
Selatan
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 Sivu
Utara
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 Solly
Utara
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 Sonette
Utara
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 Stephen
Utara
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 Vel
Utara
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 Zan
Utara
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 Zavion
Selatan
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