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Mat­shidiso gets a taste of her own medicine when KK frames her for a crime she didn’t com­mit.

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Busi­ness­man KK (Mac­don­ald Ndou) has an un­favourable new rep­u­ta­tion as a woman abuser, thanks to lies from his crazy, ma­nip­u­la­tive ex- girl­friend Mat­shidiso (Buhle Sa­muels) who told the cops in Oc­to­ber that KK as­saulted her. The po­lice knocked on KK’s of­fice door on Wed­nes­day 9 Novem­ber to ar­rest him and in­ves­ti­gate Mat­shidiso’s al­le­ga­tions, only to free KK on Thurs­day 10 Novem­ber when they can’t find solid ev­i­dence that he beats Mat­shidiso. Scorned, KK now fo­cuses on mak­ing Mat­shidiso pay for what she’s done to him.


Fri­day 11 Novem­ber sees KK plot to get Mat­shidiso out of his bed and out of his min­ing busi­ness for good. And he knows where to start: Mat­shidiso’s shady se­cu­rity guard ac­com­plice No­marashiya (Sana Nchunu). “He needs to know what his en­emy Mat­shidiso is plan­ning and what her next move is if he wants to stay one step ahead,” ex­plains Mac­don­ald. “By KK brib­ing No­marashiya on Mon­day 14 Novem­ber, he can get the info he needs to take down Mat­shidiso.” Greedy Noma can’t say no to money and swaps her loy­al­ties on Tues­day 15 Novem­ber, now mak­ing men­tal notes of Mat­shidiso’s plans so that she can re­veal them to KK, all while Mat­shidiso is bliss­fully un­aware of the wolf in her midst.


“KK plans to get even with Mat­shidiso and block her path in busi­ness,” hints Mac­don­ald. “He also makes sure that busi­ness peo­ple are aware that none of Mat­shidiso’s cre­den­tials are gen­uine [she fal­si­fied her de­grees and diplo­mas and was caught out in April 2016].” No won­der busi­ness­man KK is look­ing smug on Wed­nes­day 16 Novem­ber, cer­tain that ev­ery­thing’s in place to ruin his ac­cuser for good. And he won’t have long to wait – Thurs­day 17 Novem­ber sees Mat­shidiso walk head-first into KK’s trap when she en­ters into a shady busi­ness deal and gets caught on cam­era. “KK’s re­venge plan is quite in­tense and there is an un­ex­pected twist that sees Mat­shidiso be­ing framed for a crime she didn’t com­mit,” Buhle re­veals.


Un­aware that her meet­ing is all part of a staged trap, Mat­shidiso’s busi­ness plans come crash­ing down by Tues­day 22 Novem­ber when the po­lice ar­rive at her of­fice and ac­cuse her in front of her co-work­ers of be­ing in­volved in a scam. Mat­shidiso is stunned as she’s be­ing hauled away to jail and later she’s dev­as­tated when she re­alises that No­marashiya stabbed her in the back and helped KK. “Only Noma knew her plan, so it must’ve been her,” hints Buhle. “No­marashiya is the one per­son Mat­shidiso counted on and con­sid­ered an ac­tual friend. No­marashiya doesn’t have morals or any mon­e­tary value, but she was al­ways will­ing to help. She knows ev­ery­thing about Mat­shidiso and now that friend­ship is de­stroyed.”

This isn’t the end of the line for Mat­shidiso though – her be­ing backed into a cor­ner is a dan­ger­ous propo­si­tion and she’s go­ing to come out fight­ing, Buhle adds. “She’s fu­ri­ous. But Mat­shidiso has a fight­ing spirit. She knows that this sit­u­a­tion is tem­po­rary.”

Mat­shidiso’s tac­tics are used against her and KK has the last laugh.

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