Thursday, February 18, 2021

Meet the next 4 men introduced in The Bachelorette SA on M-Net bringing the total to 19 guys vying for the attention of Qiniso Van Damme.

by Thinus Ferreira

During the second episode of the first season of The Bachelorette SA on Thursday night on M-Net, the identities of a further 4 men vying for the affection of Qiniso Van Damme were revealed, bringing the total to 19 men.

M-Net (DStv 101) released the identities of the first 5 men last month, with another 10 men who got introduced during The Bachelorette SA's debut episode. Now another 4 were added to the mix.

The localised version of the reality love format of Warner Bros. International Television Production (WBITVP) is produced by Rapid Blue.

The next 4 men who were introduced in Thursday night's episode and who climbed out of a white Hummer limo are:

Cameron Scott (25), Johannesburg
Height: 1.83m
Cameron is described as "a multi-disciplinary filmmaker - primarily an actor with experience in producing, writing and directing".

He runs a production company with his friend and business partner Kagiso Rabada. Later this year they will debut their first story called Beast and launch a podcast platform called Zapcast. 

Cameron describes himself as "a modern man who immediately sucks you in with his cheeky charm and imagination". He says he's a straight shooter who knows exactly what he wants and won't allow anything to stop him.

Cameron is described as "open and communicative" as well as "low-maintenance, talkative and a real guy".

Craig Khumalo (31), Johannesburg
Height: 1.68m
Craig was born in Addington hospital in Durban where he completed his primary school years and then moved to Newcastle where he finished his matric.

His family roots come from KwaHlabisa in Northern KwaZulu-Natal. He graduated from GIBS in Social Entrepreneurship in 2020. The objective is about helping learners with learning disabilities reach optimal development.
Craig studied Child and Youth Development at the Durban University of Technology and enjoys swimming, gardening, taking walks and playing basketball, as well as doing things that impact the youth positively through skills development.

Craig owns a social enterprise called Sizo Social Solutions which focuses on empowering young people through hands-on education. he says that he "hates people who disrespect elders most and hypocrites with no backbone".

Gareth Ehret (27), Stellenbosch
Height: 1.88m
Gareth says that he "thrives on adventure and loves making fun out of life".

He says that he has "quiet confidence as well as a wonderful sensitive side" and is "determined, ambitious and enjoys the beauty of a healthy lifestyle".

Gareth works in digital marketing whilst also coaching people on how to live responsibly with body and mind and he believes a good balance in life is crucial.
After graduating from the University of Cape Town (UCT) and Stellenbosch University, he spent a few years abroad. Now, after his travels he is content with pursuing a life back home, no longer seeking a solo adventure but now seeking a partner to journey through life with.

Gareth says that he is "sexy, confident and very competitive and considers his sense of humour unusual".

He has a strong creative streak and loves writing and is open to the process and excited to see where this journey leads.

Gregory Barkhuizen (28), Houtbay, Cape Town
Height: 1.81m
Greg was born and lived in Johannesburg for most of his primary school years. 

After that, his family moved to Port Elizabeth for a few years and then Cape Town which has been his home for the past 7 years.

He is a barman, part-time hardcore guitarist, freelance scuba diver and also enjoys old school motorbikes. He describes himself as "a gentle soul but is still figuring out where he will be in the next few years".

He aspires to be a self-sustained individual and says that he has "never been in love, except for a teen romance in high school". He says that "up until recently, he has been selfishly focusing on himself and now he is ready to look for love".