Trending on Twitter: #WinAHome
Posted on 12 Sep 2017
Trending on Twitter:  #WinAHome
SABC 3 Afternoon Express Win A Home was the second most popular ‘Trending Topic’ among South Africa’s ‘Twitterati’, during episodes 3, 4 and 5 with online competition entries increasing week on week. ‘With most viewers watching live, and lighting up Twitter with comments on the design programme as they’re happening, there’s a collective attention to the #WinAHome content which has dominated the online conversations,’ said Julia Fell of Cardova TV, the production company of SABC 3 Afternoon Express Win A Home series.

Trending topics on Twitter are driven by television and Win A Home found that during the six weeks from the show debut on 21 July, to this week’s show, #WinAHome’s real-time activity is being driven by viewers whose content fuels continual conversations every week.

The popular interior décor reality show provides a platform for upcoming designers to compete for a grand design prize of R100 000. The design duos’ spaces are judged bi-weekly with guest judge appearances joining regulars Donald Nxumalo (DNX Interiors) and Katlego Kondlo (Plascon) on the panel.

Viewers can also vote for their favourite design duo contestants online. The designers with the most votes will walk away with an additional R20 000 in hand. Win A Home brings South Africans the greatest prize on national television. This year, viewers stand to win a luxury freestanding three-bedroom, two-bathroom cluster home at the Eye of Africa golf and residential estate to the value of R3 million. The scenic estate is situated in the South of Johannesburg and boasts a signature Greg-Norman design golf course, resort swimming pool and two dining options, The Old School Deli and The Green’s Grillhouse.

Tune in to Win A Home on Afternoon Express on SABC 3, Fridays at 16h00 to see what all the rage is about.

For more information on Win A Home and the luxury lifestyle on offer at the Eye of Africa luxury golf and residential estate visit: www.eyeofafrica.co.za and www.privateproperty.co.za