Netshiunda said Dibie was part of a bigger syndicate that involved South Africans recruiting people to open up banking accounts for foreign nationals in exchange for cash.The syndicate also included sim-card fraud‚ phishing and identity theft.
This was after the man had apparently discovered her affair with one of her pupils in Grade 12.
Five potential blind dates will be given the task of putting together a menu‚ and contestants will choose their dates based on the menu.“We decided to bring the show to SA because we felt it is a great way to showcase SA’s melting pot of culture and is a fun way to bring singles together‚” said producer Koketso Sefanyetso.
Koketso said that as producers they also noticed the rise in popularity of dating shows.
“Two years ago people weren’t open to having their love lives on TV but people are getting out there‚” she said.
Commenting on the growing popularity of dating shows in SA‚ relationship expert and author‚ Ali Murray agreed that dating shows were a great way of meeting new people.“I think it’s great.