Survivor SA: Game changing twists in episode 5

2014-02-14 18:00
Johannesburg - Cricket legend Makhaya Ntini arrives in the South China Sea to add a spin to a tribe-on-tribe challenge! But that's not the only twist to this week's episode, as a surprise message will mix up the goings-on at both tribes.

Last week, the energy levels were running low and the emotion high at Utara. However, in the game of Survivor you should not judge anyone too soon. A lack of food and sleep can play havoc with your brain!

Will Mark Fish pull his tribe back to a unified team? And, how will Sonette and Zan react to their names being written down at the last tribal council? Maybe things will improve at Utara if they manage to clinch the reward challenge. Among the items up for grabs is a delicious chocolate cake – much needed for the starving Utara tribe. Will Utara be able to beat the high-spirited Selatan, and captain Corne Krige,  who have been living the good life thanks to all the rewards they have won?

Furthermore, this episode will be remembered as "the one all about the Immunity Idols". Without this prized possession, your life on the island is nothing but a time-bomb.

Check out the preview of what's to come:

For exclusive videos about the show, go to . Among this week's featured videos is one in which Mark Fish talks about how he apologised to his tribe for leaving certain members out of the previous challenge. This came after an altercation between Mark and Sivu in last week’s episode.

Survivor South Africa: Champions is broadcast on M-Net on Sundays at 17:30. For DStv Compact viewers, there's a repeat on Saturdays on M-Net Series Zone at 13:00. For the latest updates on the show, join the official Survivor Facebook page – Survivor SA.

Join the conversation on Twitter @Survivor_SA or use the hashtag #survivorsa every Sunday night.

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