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AND now she asked to leave the SHOW!

Kelebogile Seleka caused a stir on The Big Break Legacy at the weekend when she announced she wanted to leave the game.

The judges promptly obliged and the 39-year-old contestant from Galeshwe, in Kimberley, whose company produces vending machines for sanitary pads in schools, was shown the door in the SABC2 show.

Seleka, who was visibly upset at the end of the show, refused to discuss her feelings, but the perception was that she was having personal issues in the house. This was not the first time the feisty competitor had come under fire for under-performing.

She said on TV her team was not up to scratch and she knew that Ifthakhaar Shaik would remain and she would be eliminated.  “He is the golden boy and I knew he would be safe,” she said. “I knew if we lost I would be up there and he would get off scot-free.

Shaik, who was given a second chance, returned to the house and was heard to say he is being perceived as being arrogant, that he made Seleka look bad in the task and that was the reason she was leaving.
Things are beginning to hot up now with only seven left in the game and everyone vying for a place in the top four and an opportunity to travel to London to tackle an IT task in the British capital.

In last Saturday’s episode teams were required to spread a social responsibility message by using a popular new age method, a flash mob.

One social message was about teenage pregnancy, the other about green issues.  Newton’s 4th won the task and the three members of Lestsatsi - Adele Lourens, Sanele Makinane and Jared Pillai - came under review.
The Blue Chip winner was Shaik whose immunity in the next round.

The remaining The Big Break Legacy competitors, who will be fighting for the big prize, 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
• 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
• Tsepiso Makhubedu (19 from Mbombela, Nelspruit, Mpumalanga) – Publishing entrepreneurial books for children
• Zama Sibinda (25 from Bloemfontein, Free State) – Laser projection advertising.

 The Big Break Legacy is broadcast on SABC 2 at 9pm on Saturdays and re-broadcast at 12.30 on SABC1 and NCBC on Sundays. On the episode to be broadcast this Saturday (October 12) teams are required to start a sustainable business using nothing but technology provided by MTN.

They are given smartphones, laptops, data and airtime, as well as, a wireless router capable of linking up to 30 people on a secure network. They have three days to build the business to at least a grassroots level, capable of being tested. The technology has to be the core of the business, not just an administration tool.

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