Ten­sions run deep

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Nikiwe’s got love woes to worry about. Week­days SABC3 (*193) 19:00


Nikiwe is spend­ing time with Gabriel and sees a side of him that she hasn’t no­ticed be­fore – plus, she’s de­vel­op­ing feel­ings for him. Nikiwe asks S’khu for a break in their re­la­tion­ship so that she can gather her thoughts, but what she re­ally needs time for is to see if her feel­ings for Gabriel are gen­uine. Mean­while, Ed­die’s court case starts and Yvette gets back­lash on so­cial me­dia, forc­ing her to leave The Deep. New po­lice­man Ma­jola (Yonda Thomas) takes Ed­die’s place and starts in­ves­ti­gat­ing the Zamde­las – and he’s found some con­fi­den­tial info! Aphiwe is caught of­f­guard by Obakeng’s phys­i­cally ag­gres­sive na­ture to­wards her, and Ler­ato gets dev­as­tat­ing news from Dr Beth (Mary-Anne Barlow).


Ler­ato is pre­oc­cu­pied with what Dr Beth told her and she re­fuses to tell Sech­aba. Mean­while, Sech­aba is get­ting cold feet over the wed­ding and he asks Par­sons for help. Later, at the wed­ding, things go smoothly but will Ler­ato tell Sech­aba her se­cret? Over at the pent­house, Nikiwe can’t fight off her feel­ings for Gabriel and dis­tracts her­self by plan­ning a hol­i­day for her and S’khu. The hol­i­day ends up be­ing an in­ef­fec­tive dis­trac­tion and S’khu gets sus­pi­cious that some­thing isn’t quite right with Nikiwe. Ed­die’s trial con­tin­ues, while Of­fi­cer Ma­jola is hot on the heels of a crim­i­nal in The Deep. There’s a shootout at the mine and some­one’s left for dead. Nina then re­vamps the shebeen and hands the man­age­ment reins over to Obakeng (see more on p4).


Ma­jola stum­bles across a child traf­fick­ing ring in Hori­zon Deep and he later sees a con­nec­tion to the Zamde­las, but he can’t piece to­gether all the info that bad-guy Hec­tor (Shep­herd Sibisi) gave him. Mean­while, Nikiwe’s feel­ing guilty about what she’s done with Gabriel, and a child pros­ti­tute is found alone and in need of help in The Deep. Ed­die lands him­self in hot water.

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