The dream is over

A baby and a pimp de­stroy Sibahle’s beau­ti­ful new life.

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Sibahle’s world crashes down when she over­hears some­thing not meant for her ears. Mon-Wed SABC1 (*191) 20:30

In the space of just one short day, Sibahle’s (Londeka Mlaba) world falls apart. “It’s al­most like a beau­ti­ful dream – the life that she has lived with Ayanda (Kay Sibiya),” says Londeka. “But there’s a night­mare at the end. The dream is over and Sibahle wakes up. She re­alises that she doesn’t de­serve to be happy.” And that’s all thanks to Sman­gele (Sihle Nd­aba) and her se­cret plus- one, as well as a ter­ri­fy­ing face from Sibahle’s past…


On Tues­day 13 Septem­ber, Sibahle, who’s in­no­cently get­ting ready to go on a ro­man­tic get­away with Ayanda, tip­toes into his house to sur­prise him, only to end up with a nasty sur­prise her­self. “She comes sneak­ing in and over­hears Ayanda and Zandile (Leleti Khu­malo) talk­ing about the whole preg­nancy with Sma [which is re­vealed when Sma takes a preg­nancy test on Wed­nes­day 31 Au­gust],” says Londeka. “Of course, it is very shock­ing. Even her fa­ther (Don Mlan­geni Nawa) is con­vinced that every­thing is fine and he’s given his bless­ing for Sibahle and Ayanda to move forth [on Tues­day 6 Septem­ber]. She can’t be­lieve what she over­hears. She feels like she can’t have true love and she doesn’t de­serve true love.”


That ex­act fear is con­firmed later on when Sibahle runs straight from one hell into an­other, be­cause the next per­son she sees is Amos (Ernest Msibi), the pimp she left be­hind in Joburg be­fore com­ing to KwaMashu in May this year. “It’s like a dou­ble moun­tain com­ing down on her,” says Londeka. “It all comes back to her in a mat­ter of se­conds. She knows he has a gun and she can’t es­cape. And aside from that, she’s fright­ened. He’s the scari­est, most dan­ger­ous gang­ster. He abused her and he used force to make her do things, so it makes her weak in the knees when she sees him.”

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