Produced by Cooked in Africa Productions, the internationally-acclaimed show, Ultimate Braai Master crew and contestants are travelling to the Drakensberg for a test that will challenge their cooking skills, strength and relationships in the new season.
The Green team, who came under fire after performing poorly on the Colonial Challenge in Lindbergh Lodge, go head-to-head in an elimination challenge.
The remaining teams are then put into a reward of a different kind, by pumping their adrenalin to the max at All Out Africa Adventures. Zip-lining, paint-balling and bungee-swinging, have the contestants facing their fears of a different kind. The teams then battle it out against each other, by having to put an exciting twist on a traditional braai favourite.
This year, only 10 teams from all walks of life were handpicked from a pool of hundreds, were interviewed and auditioned face to face by our executive team and the Braai Master himself, Justin Bonello.
Contestants with varied food skill sets competed against each other, all in order to win, the title of this year’s Ultimate Braai Master, R200 000 worth of vouchers from Game stores, a brand new Suzuki Grand Vitara valued at R400 000,and a further R400 000 in cash amongst other prizes.
Created by Cooked in Africa Films this original home grown format is not only attracting audiences of around 2 million people a week and through Cooked in Africa’s international distributors, Ultimate Braai Master is now being transported to over 100 Million homes across the globe.
Ultimate Braai Master has immensely contributed and given back to communities in the Eastern Cape, Free State as well as Gauteng through their CSI projects.
Find out who will be eliminated on the next episode of the Ultimate Braai Master this Sunday on etv.