Best of both worlds

Karabo is de­ter­mined to keep Tau as her hus­band and take Zola as hubby #2, but not ev­ery­one’s will­ing to play along.

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Zola (Mu­todi Neshehe) reck­ons that he’s been a fool for love for too long, so on Wed­nes­day 3 Fe­bru­ary, he de­cides that as much as he loves Karabo (Con­nie Fer­gu­son), he won’t play se­cond fid­dle to her hus­band Tau (Ra­pu­lana Seiphemo) and calls it quits on their en­gage­ment. “At first, Zola was so in love with Karabo that he was will­ing to do what­ever it takes to bring them to­gether. He wasn’t go­ing to let this op­por­tu­nity pass them by,” says Mu­todi. “Now he ac­cepts the fact that he doesn’t want to com­pro­mise by shar­ing her with Tau. He wants her all to him­self.” But it ap­pears that Karabo is still keen on keep­ing her fi­ancé when she makes a dra­matic move to save face af­ter Zola’s son Vuyo’s (Nku­l­uleko Tshirum­bula) so­cial me­dia ex­posé about their re­la­tion­ship. But will it be enough?


Af­ter a chat with his “brother” Gadaffi (Vuyo Dab­ula) on Fri­day 5 Fe­bru­ary, Tau is amped up to fight back and make sure that the di­vorce goes through with­out him hav­ing to en­ter into a polyg­a­mous mar­riage with Karabo and Zola. Mean­while, Karabo’s pre­par­ing to set the record straight – live on na­tional ra­dio. On Mon­day 8 Fe­bru­ary, Karabo does the live in­ter­view on polyandry and why she’s cho­sen to go that route. “Zola’s not keen on the in­ter­view or the con­cept and doesn’t like the sit­u­a­tion that Karabo’s put him in,” says Mu­todi. What he doesn’t re­alise is that he’s in a far worse po­si­tion in Gadaffi’s eyes, who’s qui­etly plot­ting a way to get rid of a pre­oc­cu­pied Zola, who not only slept with his “brother’s” wife, but also had the nerve to pro­pose to her while they were still mar­ried. The re­formed gang­ster aban­dons his prin­ci­ples and se­cretly plans to get Zola out of the pic­ture – for good.


Mean­while, staunchly tra­di­tional Un­cle Tebogo (Joe Mafela) is coaxed by Tau into ob­ject­ing to what Karabo is re­quest­ing on Thurs­day 11 Fe­bru­ary and for the first time, Tau and Zola are in agree­ment. “The men don’t like it,” says Mu­todi. Tau be­lieves that if they work to­gether, he and Karabo’s un­cle can make Karabo for­get about Zola and mar­ry­ing him. But they’re a lit­tle too late when, at the meet­ing with the el­ders on Fri­day 12 Fe­bru­ary, she begs the el­ders to let her go through with mar­ry­ing Zola – and they give a sur­pris­ing re­sponse to her re­quest.


Af­ter be­ing granted her wish, Karabo meets with Tau and Zola on Tues­day 16 Fe­bru­ary to dis­cuss the terms of the polyandry and fists al­most fly as things get heated be­tween the two men. “When it comes to the liv­ing ar­range­ments, Zola won’t have any of it,” says Mu­todi. Tau de­cides that Karabo should spend one week with him and the fol­low­ing one at Zola’s but Zola isn’t keen on the idea and throws his toys, while Tau is hope­ful that his ri­val will soon reach the end of his tether and walk away from the whole idea. But will he?

How long are Tau and Karabo go­ing to be a cou­ple?

Zola’s in no mood for fun and games – he wants his woman all for him­self.

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