Sib­lings at war

Ren­dani and Ndalamo go head-to-head in the board­room.

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With great power comes great re­spon­si­bil­ity and that’s what Ren­dani (In­no­cen­tia Makapila) is liv­ing by. Af­ter putting her ca­reer first af­ter grad­u­at­ing from univer­sity in early 2017, she’s now gun­ning for the COO po­si­tion in con­struc­tion busi­ness MMC. But Ren­dani’s brother and cur­rent CEO Ndalamo (Les­ley Musina) isn’t all that pleased with his lit­tle sis­ter’s new­found con­fi­dence.


“Ren­dani is now a COO-in-train­ing and Ndalamo’s fren­emy KK (Macdon­ald Ndou) has taken her un­der his wing to teach her the busi­ness ropes,” says In­no­cen­tia. “Clients have taken a lik­ing to Ren­dani and she’s do­ing well. When Ndalamo sees this, he gets jeal­ous and picks a fight with Ren­dani [on Thurs­day 27 April].” It’s dur­ing the ver­bal ar­gu­ment be­tween brother and sis­ter that Ndalamo sees a change in Ren­dani. As In­no­cen­tia ex­plains, “He sees that Ren­dani isn’t a lit­tle girl any­more and that she is now as­sertive and de­ter­mined to get ahead in busi­ness.”


Mean­while, KK is rev­el­ling in his plans to break up the Muk­w­evho fam­ily from Fri­day 28 April. “KK is very well aware of the fact that Ren­dani is easy to ma­nip­u­late and that he can pit her and Ndalamo against each other,” adds In­no­cen­tia. One of KK’s tac­tics is to pour fuel on the flame and tell Ren­dani that Ndalamo is jeal­ous and in­tim­i­dated by her. When Ren­dani hears this, she be­comes su­per con­fi­dent and tries to out­shine Ndalamo in the board­room on Wed­nes­day 3 May.


How­ever, the stress be­tween the sib­lings is af­fect­ing the fam­ily, specif­i­cally their mother Hang­wani (Con­stance Sibiya) on Fri­day 5 May. “When Ren­dani and Ndalamo go home, they are still fight­ing. It’s like there is a wall be­tween them and nei­ther are on speak­ing terms with the other. What they don’t re­alise is that they’re putting their mother Hang­wani in an awk­ward po­si­tion and she re­fuses to take sides,” says In­no­cen­tia. On Mon­day 8 May, Ndalamo airs some of his griev­ances about Ren­dani to the board, high­light­ing those re­lated to busi­ness as In­no­cen­tia hints. “Ndalamo is wor­ried that his sis­ter will sur­pass him as CEO be­cause she’s good at her work and she has MMC shares that she in­her­ited from her late fa­ther Al­bert (Ndi­vhuho Mut­sila) that gives her ma­jor power.”

There won’t be smiles when Ren­dani and Ndalamo are done with each other.

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