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Jeal­ousy gnaws at Ayanda when he sees Sibahle laugh­ing and flirt­ing with other guys.

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Mx­olisi tries to get Sibahle to re­lax and laugh a bit more. Mon-Wed SABC1 (*191) 20:30

The love of her life is mar­ried now – and not to her. Sibahle (Lon­deka Mlaba) did ev­ery­thing she could to con­vince Ayanda (Kay Sibiya) not to go through with it – in­clud­ing pub­licly hu­mil­i­at­ing her­self by crash­ing his tra­di­tional wed­ding cer­e­mony on Tues­day 13 De­cem­ber dressed as a bride. So now she’s mov­ing on. But Lon­deka re­veals that when Sibahle plays around with Mx­olisi (May Maps) and Mas­ter­mind (Ntokozo Dlamini), she’s se­cretly still try­ing to open Ayanda’s eyes. “Sibahle is the type of girl who re­lies on in­stinct. She knows that Ayanda’s heart be­longs to her. She is will­ing to ig­nore the mar­riage be­cause she loves him,” ex­plains Lon­deka.


On Wed­nes­day 21 De­cem­ber, Sibahle is forced to step in to re­mind Mx­olisi and Ayanda that she isn’t their “soc­cer ball” after they start squab­bling over her. Ayanda’s jeal­ous side is go­ing to come out. And on Tues­day 27 De­cem­ber, she tells Ayanda that no, ac­tu­ally, they can’t be “friends”; that’s not the way she feels about him. Ayanda re­tal­i­ates by ac­cus­ing her of “cheap­en­ing” her­self by throw­ing her­self at Mx­olisi. Ouch! “She is us­ing Mx­olisi to make Ayanda jeal­ous. But what he says hurts her be­cause she still loves him. It makes her an­gry be­cause Ayanda isn’t in­no­cent and he doesn’t have the right to call her cheap in any way. Given the past that she comes from, it re­ally up­sets her,” ex­plains Lon­deka. Ayanda re­ally should know bet­ter that to tell a woman whose body was bought and sold against her will that she’s be­ing “cheap”.


What’s hap­pen­ing be­tween Mx­olisi, Mas­ter­mind and Sibahle is much more im­por­tant than just flirt­ing. “Sibahle is be­ing play­ful. It’s her way of heal­ing too, be­cause they make her laugh and make her for­get about Ayanda. It’s an es­cape,” re­veals Lon­deka. Both Mx­olisi and Sibahle have come out of

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