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By Nthabisang Moreosele | Oct 20, 2009 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

SOUTH African Liz says the Big Brother reality show has made her realise how much she loves her job. She cannot wait to get back to work as a business coordinator of an NGO in Johannesburg.

Liz Coka of Randburg and Kaone Ramontshonyane of Kanye in Botswana were booted out of the Big BrotherAfrica Revolution house on Sunday after six weeks.

There are 12 competitors still vying for the top prize of about R1500000. The competition ends on December 6. "I am not at all unhappy. I won several prizes in the house, including R20000 in the moneypot, a trip to North West and an iPod. I am happy."

Asked why the guys she was "extra-friendly" with - Phil and Hannington - were booted out, Liz, 22, denied she had cursed them.

"People may assume what they like. Those are my friends, my boys. If people want to blame me, cool. But if that was the case, I would be the only one left in the house. No one really believes that they were cursed," Liz said.

She also denied that she had sex in the house.

"Nothing happened. We did not even go halfway. I am not a flirt. This was just Liz being Liz. I was just being real and my boyfriend is strong."

Kaone, 25, said he enjoyed his stay immensely and was never bored. He used his many talents in poetry, music, rap and beadwork to keep himself busy.

He denied that he was a sissy or gay because of his gestures and his love of housework and sewing.

"I am not gay. I got along with a few women around the house. I am just a talented individual," Kaone said.


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