The millionaire had a plan to start his OneHouse show which was going to be the first Zimbabwe reality show which is the same version as the Big Brother Naija or Big Brother Mzansi.
Zimbabwe’s version of Big Brother, One House’s website crashes 10 minutes after its launch. With US$50 000 up for grabs, it is not surprising that the website crashed as hopefuls likely rushed to the website to give the show a try.
It is clear that Zimbabwe’s version of Big Brother – One House Zimbabwe was long overdue as its website crashed moments after it was launched to the public to apply to be housemates.
According to TeeMak, one of the organisers of the TV reality show, the website, www.onehouse.tv had close to 40 000 hits (visitors) within the first 10 minutes, overwhelming the server and ultimately leading it to crash. “Yesterday, we launched onehouse.tv website for applications and we had 39 000 hits in the first 10 minutes and our server crashed,” said TeeMak.
He, however, said their technical team is working flat out on rectifying this problem and ensuring that the server will not crash again due to the huge volumes of traffic. “The server has been updated and the site will be back up at 11:30 PM,” said the organiser.
He urged people to send their applications to stand a chance to be selected to be a housemate for the inaugural reality show which will be a first of its kind in Zimbabwe.
But as of late there has been hicups which has made the show be suspended for a while and the brains behind the show TeeMak explained why this has happened. Watch video below as he explains the situation.
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