- May 4, 2012
The brand new Afrikaans reality show Kwarantyn which premiered on a kykNET pop-up channel (DStv 149) earlier this month has found itself in the midst of controversy.
The show, which is broadcast live 24-hours on its own channel, follows two families in two houses for 50 days as they compete against each other to win a cash prize of R250 000.
The Big Brother type show is hosted by former Big Brother SA winner Ferdinand Rabie and pits the contestants against each other in various challenges whilst hundreds of cameras capture every moment.
A clip from one of the challenges that took place on Thursday night has surfaced online in which a member of the Le Roux family uses the k-word after their team was beaten by the Scheepers family.
Controversy hits new Afrikaans reality show Kwarantyn after a contestant used the k-word live on air | Channel
The brand-new Afrikaans reality show, Kwarantyn, which premiered on kykNET (DStv 144) has found itself midst controversy.