Grand Finale

Emotional Win A Home Grand Finale as Bloem student wins the multi million-Rand Val de Vie Estate Polo Pad.

Danilo Acquisto with Nedbank's Tim Akinnusi, winner Palesa Moisi and Private Property CEO Simon Bray
Danilo Acquisto with Nedbank's Tim Akinnusi, winner Palesa Moisi and Private Property CEO Simon Bray

After weeks of hard work and thousands of entries, it was time for the Win A Home season 3 to come to an end. The designers were about to learn their fate and six Win A Home viewer finalists were waiting to hear if their lives would be changed forever.

Danilo talks to the judges, Simon Bray from Private Property, Anne Roselt from Plascon and Stefan Antoni from ARRCC
Danilo talks to the judges, Simon Bray from Private Property, Anne Roselt from Plascon and Stefan Antoni from ARRCC

It couldn't have been an easy decision for the Win A Home judges. All three the contestants did an incredible job with the design of their Val de Vie Estate apartments.

Rudolph Jordaan, the winning designer
Rudolph Jordaan, the winning designer

In the end, only one could win the R50 000 and the coveted ARRCC internship and after much deliberation between Private Property CEO Simon Bray, Plascon Global Colour Manager Anne Roselt and ARRCC's Stefan Antoni, the Win A Home designer winner was announced: Congratulations to Rudolph Jordaan!

Juané Venter wins the viewer's choice prize
Juané Venter wins the viewer's choice prize

Throughout the entire Win A Home journey, the viewers could vote for their favourite designer and it was also going to be a close call, but it was Juané Venter's minimalist approach that got the nod. Congratulations Juané! She walks away with a big smile and a big R50 000 winners paycheck!

Minenhle Ntuli gets rewarded for his hard work
Minenhle Ntuli gets rewarded for his hard work

The judges vote was so close that they decided to award a bonus prize for Minenhle Ntuli, who received R25 000 and a 2 month internship at ARRCC.

Out of the six viewer finalists. it was Bloem student Palesa Moisi, who had the lucky key in her safe during the live grand prize draw.

Palesa Moisi shouts for joy as she gets the lucky key
Palesa Moisi shouts for joy as she gets the lucky key

On the next day, she had to choose which of the three Val de Vie Estate apartments she wanted. Not an easy decision! After a lot of time spent in each designer's Polo Pad, Palesa finally decided that Minenhle's apartment was the one for her! The other five viewer finalists did not walk away empty handed, as Plascon surprised them each with Plascon paint worth R6000!

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