The Season Finalé
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Rob Bentele WINS Survivor SA : Island of Secrets as the Sole Survivor!
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Watch Nico’s final diary entry here.
The Final Three
Three Two (merge means) One treacherous tribe and all kinds of tricks in Survivor SA – Island of Secrets
In Samoan, the word Manumalo means – “winner”. Manumalo’s tribal colour in Survivor SA: Island of Secrets is red.
Who will be the sole survivor and walk away with the coveted title of Sole Survivor and the money that goes along with it…
R1 million rand in cash!
The new Manumalo Tribe after the tribe merge on episode 9!
The Old Tribe Ta’alo!
In Samoan, the word Ta’alo has two meanings – “seahorse” or “to play”. Symbolically, the seahorse is the good luck charm of the aquatic world, but this little creature can also be full of surprises. Ta’alo’s tribal colour in Survivor SA: Island of Secrets is purple, but what type of game will Ta’alo’s seven tribe members play?
The original Tribe Ta’alo (left), the old Tribe Ta’alo (middle) after the tribe shuffle on episode 4,
and the old Tribe Ta’alo (right) after the tribe shuffle on episode 7!
The Old Tribe Sa’ula!
In Samoan the word Sa’ula means “Swordfish” and symbolically represents courage, virtue and strength. Swordfish are also proud, energetic fighters. All these descriptors ring true for the members of this Survivor SA tribe, which happens to include four very different, powerful “queens” as well as some serious six-packs.
The original Tribe Sa’ula (left), the old Tribe Sa’ula (middle) after the tribe shuffle on episode 4,
and the new Tribe Sa’ula (right) after the tribe shuffle on episode 7!
The Old Tribe Laumei!
Laumei is the Samoan word for “turtle” and in Polynesian culture this is quite an important animal. The turtle, often tattooed on bodies, represents long life, eternity wellness, harmony and peace. Will this powerful symbol stand the seven members of Laumei in good stead? Or will they not be able to keep up with the Survivor warriors in the other tribes?
The old Tribe Laumei (left) and the new Tribe Laumei (right) after the tribe shuffle on episode 4!
After the tribe shuffle on episode 7, there was no more Laumei Tribe.
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