25-year-old South African journalist, King Khosi was declared the winner of the Maiden edition of Big Brother Titans television competition.
The programme brought 24 Africans together under one roof for 72 days, including 12 Nigerians and 12 South Africans. Khosi Twala was the last contestant remaining and received the US$100,000 winner prize. The first runner-up was a Nigerian model named Kanaga Jnr.
Tsatsii from South Africa took second place. Instead of the usual larger cast of Africans from East, West, and South, the franchise reality programme now only pairs Nigerians and South Africans. The first runner-up was a Nigerian model named Kanaga Jnr.