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{{Franchise
 
{{Franchise
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| hostcountry = South Africa
 
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| runningtime = 60 minutes
 
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| seriesrun = September 3, 2006 - present
 
| seriesrun = September 3, 2006 - present
|country = South Africa and the rest of Africa}}'''Survivor (South Africa)''' is the South African version of ''Survivor''. The series was first broadcast on September 3, 2006.
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|country = South Africa and the rest of Africa}}'''Survivor South Africa''' is the South African version of ''Survivor''. The series was first broadcast on September 3, 2006.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
 
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{{Main|Survivor (franchise)}}
==Seasons==
 
*[[Survivor SA: Philippines (South Africa) ]] was filmed in the Palawan Province of the Philippines in January/February 2018. The season will feature 18 castaways. The premiere is on 3 May 2018.
 
*{{s|5za}} was filmed in the {{wp|South China Sea}} in October 2013. It had two South African sports champions that led the tribes. The winner was [[Graham Jenneker]], a financial manager from Bellville.
 
*{{s|4za}} was filmed in the {{wp|Addu Atoll}} in the {{wp|Maldives}} in October and November 2010. The first episode aired on 24 February 2011. The season was won by actor [[Hykie Berg]].
 
*{{s|3za}} took place on {{wp|Santa Carolina}}, an island in the {{wp|Bazaruto Archipelago}} off {{wp|Mozambique}}, in November and December 2009. The competition lasted for 27 days and was broadcast in 15 episodes from January to April 2010. The winner was [[Perle van Schalkwyk|Perle "GiGi" van Schalkwyk]], an exotic dancer and club owner from Johannesburg.
 
*{{s|2za}} took place in {{wp|Johor}}, {{wp|Malaysia}}, in May and June 2007. The competition lasted for 27 days and was broadcast in 14 episodes from August to November 2007. The winner was [[Lorette Mostert]], an SAPS Superintendent from Middelburg, Mpumalanga.
 
*{{s|1za}} took place on the {{wp|Pearl Islands}} in the Gulf of {{wp|Panama}}, in June and July 2006. The competition lasted for 29 days and was broadcast in 13 episodes from September to November 2006. The winner was [[Vanessa Marawa]], a real estate agent from Durban.
 
   
 
==Format Variations==
 
==Format Variations==
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===Tribe Captains===
 
===Tribe Captains===
The [[Survivor: Champions (South Africa)|fifth]] season of the show introduced two South African sports champions as captains of the tribes. They would live at the camps, compete in the challenges with the tribes, and made some decisions, but they couldn't be voted out nor have a vote at Tribal Council. However, both of them would vote at the Final Tribal Council to help to decide the winner.
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The [[Survivor South Africa: Champions|fifth]] season of the show introduced two South African sports champions as captains of the tribes. They would live at the camps, compete in the challenges with the tribes, and made some decisions, but they couldn't be voted out nor have a vote at Tribal Council. However, both of them would vote at the Final Tribal Council to help to decide the winner.
   
 
===Immunity Idol===
 
===Immunity Idol===
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==Celebrity Seasons==
 
==Celebrity Seasons==
The cast of the [[Survivor: Santa Carolina (South Africa)|third]] season of the show was compound of eighteen South African celebrities, each of whom was playing the game to raise money for a charity of their choice.
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The cast of the [[Survivor South Africa: Santa Carolina|third]] season of the show was compound of eighteen South African celebrities, each of whom was playing the game to raise money for a charity of their choice.
   
The [[Survivor: Maldives (South Africa)|fourth]] season had its cast made up by nine South African celebrities, competing with ten regular South African citizens.
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The [[Survivor South Africa: Maldives|fourth]] season had its cast made up by nine South African celebrities, competing with ten regular South African citizens.
   
   
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==Seasons==
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* {{S|1za}} took place on the {{wp|Pearl Islands}} in the Gulf of {{wp|Panama}}, in June and July 2006. The competition lasted for 29 days and was broadcast in 13 episodes from September to November 2006. The 14 castaways were split into the {{tribeicon|rana}} and {{tribeicon|aguila}}​ tribes, eventually merging into the {{tribeicon|burba}}​ tribe. The winner was [[Vanessa Marawa]], a real estate agent from Durban.
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* {{S|2za}} took place in {{wp|Johor}}, {{wp|Malaysia}}, in May and June 2007. The competition lasted for 27 days and was broadcast in 14 episodes from August to November 2007. The 16 castaways were split into the {{tribeicon|bajau}}​ and {{tribeicon|iban}}​ tribes, eventually merging into the {{tribeicon|empu}} tribe. The winner was [[Lorette Mostert]], an SAPS Superintendent from Middelburg, Mpumalanga.
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* {{S|3za}} took place on {{wp|Santa Carolina}}, an island in the {{wp|Bazaruto Archipelago}} off {{wp|Mozambique}}, in November and December 2009. The competition lasted for 27 days and was broadcast in 15 episodes from January to April 2010. The 18 castaways were split up into the {{tribeicon|chibudu}}​ and {{tribeicon|timbila}}​ tribes, eventually merging into the {{tribeicon|kululama}} tribe. The winner was [[GiGi van Schalkwyk]], an exotic dancer and club owner from Johannesburg.
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* {{S|4za}} was filmed in the {{wp|Addu Atoll}} in the {{wp|Maldives}} in October and November 2010. The first episode aired on 24 February 2011. The 19 castaways were split into the {{tribeicon|raituhn}} and {{tribeicon|goma}}​ tribe. The season was won by actor [[Hykie Berg]].
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* {{S|5za}} was filmed in the {{wp|Johor}}, {{wp|Malaysia}}<ref>https://twitter.com/lerouxbotha/status/1014359473056616448</ref> in October 2013. It had two South African sports champions that led the tribes. The 20 castaways were split into the {{tribeicon|selatan}}​ and {{tribeicon|utara}}​ tribes, eventually merging into the {{tribeicon|juara}} tribe. The winner was [[Graham Jenneker]], a financial manager from Bellville.
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* {{S|6za}} was filmed in the Palawan Province of the Philippines in January–February 2018. The season lasted for 39 days. The 18 castaways were split into the {{tribeicon2|luzon6za|Luzon}}​ and {{tribeicon|mindanao}}. Later in the game, the {{tribeicon|visayas}} tribe was added. The three tribes eventually merged into the {{tribeicon|araw}}​ tribe. The winner was [[Tom Swartz]], an adventure camp manager from Port Elizabeth.
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* {{S|7za}} was filmed on the island of {{wp|Upolu}}, {{wp|Samoa}}, and was broadcast from May to September 2019. The 21 castaways were divided into three tribes, {{tribeicon|laumei}}, {{tribeicon|sa'ula}}, and {{tribeicon|ta'alo}}​, eventually merging into the {{tribeicon|manumalo}} tribe. It utilized the [[Exile Island (twist)|Island of Secrets]] twist, where contestants could find advantages while exiled. It was won by [[Rob Bentele]], an events videographer.
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* {{S|8za}} was announced in December 2019. On the 16th of April 2020, it was announced by M-Net that the season would be postponed indefinitely <ref>https://www.channel24.co.za/TV/News/m-net-indefinitely-postpones-8th-season-of-survivor-sa-over-covid-19-lockdown-20200416</ref> as a result of the global measures in preventing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. To ensure the safety of the film production, crew and contestants that had been cast, M-Net felt the need to halt production before it began. Afrokaans and M-Net will continue to assess the pandemic and safety situation before making plans to start up production of the season again.
   
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[[Category:Survivor South Africa]]

Latest revision as of 17:27, May 28, 2020

Survivor South Africa is the South African version of Survivor. The series was first broadcast on September 3, 2006.

HistoryEdit

Main article: Survivor (franchise)

Format VariationsEdit

The South African version of the show follows the same basic format of the American version.

TribesEdit

Main article: Tribe

Tribe CaptainsEdit

The fifth season of the show introduced two South African sports champions as captains of the tribes. They would live at the camps, compete in the challenges with the tribes, and made some decisions, but they couldn't be voted out nor have a vote at Tribal Council. However, both of them would vote at the Final Tribal Council to help to decide the winner.

Immunity IdolEdit

Main article: Immunity Idol

Hidden Immunity IdolEdit

Main article: Hidden Immunity Idol

Unlike the American version of the show, the players in Season 5, Survivor South Africa: Champions, were allowed to steal Hidden Immunity Idols from other's possessions.

Exile IslandEdit

Main article: Exile Island (twist)

Only in Survivor South Africa: Santa Carolina.

Dead Man's IslandEdit

Main article: Redemption Island (international twist)

Used only in Survivor South Africa: Panama, the castaways voted out after the merge were taken to an island without knowledge of the remaining players in the game, where they would wait for a chance to compete for two spots to re-enter the game at the Final Three.

Tribal CouncilEdit

Main article: Tribal Council

TorchesEdit

Main article: Torch

MergeEdit

Main article: Merge

Immunity NecklaceEdit

Main article: Immunity Necklace

Final Tribal CouncilEdit

Main article: Final Tribal Council

Celebrity SeasonsEdit

The cast of the third season of the show was compound of eighteen South African celebrities, each of whom was playing the game to raise money for a charity of their choice.

The fourth season had its cast made up by nine South African celebrities, competing with ten regular South African citizens.


SeasonsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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