Chemistry and Connections are tested on The Bachelor SA and then, stay tuned for M-Net’s emotional scripted drama Still Breathing.
This week on The Bachelor South Africa (Thursday 2 April at 19:00) Marc enlists the help of a professional to help him figure out the difference between chemistry and intimacy. The sensual activity involves communicating non-verbally, under the watchful eye of Life, Communications and Relationship Coach Leah Sefor and Jason Greer.
Seven of the girls are invited to this exciting experience, while two girls are left behind at the mansion. Why is this? And will this little activity help Marc make up his mind?
More reasons why fans simply can’t miss out on the action this week:
- A second mysterious rose: Following the group date, Marc hands out two roses. One red, and the other? Well, tune in to find out!
- One-on-one time: One lovely lady is invited for a one-on-one while the other is chosen for breakaway time after the Group Date. But, there’s a sneaky twist…
- An evening of surprises: A Cocktail Party, turned Dinner Party, turned Rose Ceremony. What does Marc have up his sleeve?
Just after the popular reality dating show The Bachelor SA, viewers can tune in to M-Net’s compelling and original local drama series, Still Breathing (Thursday 2 April at 20:00). Tensions are running high in the Williams household. Trish can’t stand it any longer and takes matters into her own hands. T-Boss and Danny have a major fallout and secrets of the past haunt Candice. Will the truth reveal itself in this week’s episode?
The Bachelor SA Season 2 will be screened every Thursday at 19:00 followed by Still Breathing at 20:00, on M-Net Channel 101. DStv Premium viewers can also tune in on Catch Up, or stream the episodes live via their mobile devices on DStv Now. Fans can follow all the breaking news around the show on the M-Net Website, and join the conversation with #TheBachelorSA and #StillBreathing on Twitter (@MNet), Instagram (@mnettv) and Facebook (@MNet).
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