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The 12 contestants of The Great South African Bake Off range from students and a vet to a professional dancer, actuary, painter and a property manager.


The 12 contestants of The Great South African Bake Off come from a range of backgrounds for the reality competition show starting on Tuesday 6 October on BBC Lifestyle (DStv 174) at 20:00 and will kick off in the first episode with a cake challenge.

The show, produced by Rapid Blue and shot near Maropeng, is based on the Love Productions format.

The Great South African Bake Off will fill the void in cooking reality shows on South African television in the absence M-Net's MasterChef South Africa and kykNET's (DStv 144) Kokkedoor which are not currently on air, and the 2nd season of the baking spin-off Koekedoor which will only start showing in April 2016 on kykNET.

The Great South African Bake Off has local chef Tjaart Walraven and food stylist Shirley Guy who runs her own cooking school in the judging roles filled by Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry in the British version.

Anne Hirch and Donovan Goliath are The Great South African Bake Off presenters.

The Great South African Bake Off takes place inside a white marquee tent just like the British version, with teal coloured work stations.

The contestants range from a psychology student and a vet to an actuary and professional dancer to a property manager, client care rep, a painter and a design manager.

Viewers will see Johan Botes (44) an attorney, Johannesburg;


Dot Dicks (55) admin manager, Johannesburg;


Andrew Dore (25) an actuary, Johannesburg;


Shawn Govender (39) a design and production manager, Benoni;


Gavin Ronald Huxley Boyd (52) a transition lead, Johannesburg;


Shainaaz Kariem (42) client care representative, Cape Town;


Raeesa Manjoo (23) Wits university student, Johannesburg;


Lauren Morrison (42), a veterinarian, Johannesburg;


Mmala Motsepe (20), psychology student, Pretoria;


Alice Toich (24) a painter and creative consultant, Cape Town;


Michaela Tsuen (22) a professional dancer, Cape Town;


Teddy Zaki (42) property manager, Johannesburg.