SABC2: The Big Break Legacy TV programme


Two contestants in The Big Break Legacy, Ntokozo Biyela and Tsepiso Makhubedu, will go head to head next week in the next elimination on SABC2.
One of them will miss out on winning the R5-million investment into their business and go home.

The two came under review from the judges and were found to be underperforming and they really had to talk their way out of a tight situation.
The task at the Industrial Development Corporation was to create a healthy, sustainable, convenient and cost effective food product or juice for the snack market. The teams, Letsatsi and Newton’s 4th had a R3000 budget which they could use to create the product.

Letsatsi won the challenge and Adele Lourens received the Blue Chip which guarantees her immunity for the next round.

Judge and show creator, Ezra Ndwandwe, remarked that he wanted the contestants not to do the ordinary but to take it all a step further to a new level.

The Big Break Legacy competitors still fighting it out for the big prize, but knowing they need to add that bit extra to stay in the race are:

•             Adele Lourens (31 from Brakenfell, Western Cape) – Green launderette
•             Ifthakaar Shaik (24 from Johannesburg) –
               Furniture made from recyclable material
•             Jared Pillai (24 from Montana in Pretoria) –
               Educational products for babies and young children
•             Kelebogile Seleka (39 from Galeshwe, Kimberley) –
               Vending machines for sanitary pads in schools
•             Sanele Makinane (22 from Klerksdorp in North West) –
              Information communications technology systems
•             Teboho Mafodi (28 from Benoni in Gauteng) –
              Alternative green building material for homes in rural areas        
•             Zama Sibinda (25 from Bloemfontein, Free State) –
              Laser projection advertising