Malawi’s Natasha survives 4th eviction: The Chase for $300k Big Brother Africa

One of Malawi’s Big Brother The Chase representative Natasha Tonthola on Sunday survived surviving her fourth eviction and is still in contention for Big Brother Africa  $300,000 – The Chase 2013 edition.

Natasha received four votes from Monday’s nominations. South Africa’s Angelo, Feza from Tanzania who is also head of house in the Rubies, Sierra Leone’s Bolt and Ghana’s Elikem all put her on the firing line.

But came Sunday, the Malawian naughty woman was saved as Bolt and Maria were the weakest link this week, they are out of The Chase and heading home.

Natasha: Still in it

Natasha: Still in it

Natasha’s mother Elizabeth said she is following the show on DSTV and expressed joy that her daughter is still in it.

“She is my daughter but also carrying the Malawi flag. I am happy for Malawi and my daughter,” she said on Sunday.

She said  Natasha has emerged as one of the “strongest contenders .”

Malawians have  also grown fond of her and describe Natasha as a darling.

Here’s who which country voted for:

Angola: Pokello
Botswana: Dillish
Ghana: Pokello
Kenya: Annabel
Ethiopia: Dillish
Malawi: Natasha
Namibia: Maria
Nigeria: Dillish
South Africa: Pokello
Sierra Leone: Bolt
Tanzania: Annabel
Uganda: Annabel
Zambia: Hakeem
Zimbabwe: Pokello
Rest of Africa: Dillish

Total: Pokello = 4; Dillish = 4; Annabel =3, Natasha = 1, Hakeem = 1, Bolt = 1, Maria = 1.
Please Note: The tie breaker rules were applied to Maria, Natasha, Bolt and Hakeem as they each had one popularity vote, the housemates with the lowest average percentage across all countries are Bolt and Maria.

(Total: 15 Votes)

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