Mzansi Week­days 20:30

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Sbu is frus­trated by Than­deka’s plan to leave eBhubesini and go to Joburg to be with Don, so he takes out his anger and heartache on a help­less Mandla. Sbu later apol­o­gises for his be­hav­iour to Than­deka but it’s too lit­tle too late and she packs her be­long­ings and leaves. Later in Joburg, Than­deka and Don toast her move and they cel­e­brate new be­gin­nings, while Jabu un­cov­ers a damn­ing se­cret about Zama’s brother Qaphela and he uses it as black­mail.

Zama and Jabu have Qaphela where they want him, while else­where Sam­son takes an in­ter­est in Mabuyi’s tu­tor­ing classes. Pam has a se­cret ad­mirer in the form of Mbodla, and Mpiyakhe con­sults Mehl’emamba about an im­por­tant mis­sion. Mean­while, Club Sheba’s host­ess Zanele re­ceives a ter­ri­fy­ing mes­sage from an en­emy that forces her to ask for help – and she finds it from an un­likely source.


The show wasn’t able to pro­vide episode syn­opses.


Beauty re­fused to tell her hubby Ju­das about their daugh­ter Zama’s re­la­tion­ship with Jabu, and Mabuyi helped a ma­tric stu­dent.

9 – 11 NOVEM­BER

Solomizi and Ng­webedla pre­pare to take over as chiefs now that Zweli’s go­ing to step down, while Qaphela ques­tions his sis­ter Zama about her se­cret. Sun­day proves to the peo­ple around him that he is a pow­er­ful witch­doc­tor, and Than­deka finds hope when she gets an in­ter­est­ing of­fer in Joburg. Mean­while, Fezile makes a lifeal­ter­ing de­ci­sion.

14 – 18 NOVEM­BER

Lerato’s re­cov­ery is plagued by strange vi­sions, Than­deka de­cides to take the job in Joburg and calls Don to dis­cuss work­ing to­gether again, and Sbu and Duma pre­pare for their meet­ing with the UTA coun­cil. Ju­das dis­cov­ers Zama’s re­la­tion­ship with the en­emy, and later Ju­das dis­ap­proves of Zama and Jabu’s re­la­tion­ship and he gives her a cur­few to keep the lovers apart.

21 – 22 NOVEM­BER

Zama and Jabu find a way to be to­gether, and Khanyi is forced to fix the mess that she’s put her fam­ily through.

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