Skele­tons tum­ble while lies crum­ble

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MAY

Ag­gie dis­cov­ers Chris and Lesedi’s con­nec­tion, and Hilda tells Marko ex­actly what she thinks of him. Char­maine is sus­pi­cious when Justin asks her for money, while Alexa tries to re­store peace be­tween her and bou­tique man­ager Con­nie. Hilda and Ma­trone make sure that Diederik and Marko will pay for what the boys have done to them, and Lesedi wor­ries that the Wel­mans could sink her le­gal ca­reer.

Willem is con­cerned about the stranger who’s been seen wan­der­ing around The Heights, and An­dré lands in a tough po­si­tion when he must choose be­tween Alexa and Con­nie. Xan­der tries to con­vince Vince to for­give Bonita’s trans­gres­sions, and Diederik is smit­ten with Suna but his play­boy cousin Marko is also in the hunt for Suna’s eye. Justin is shocked to see Amanda (Ca­rina Nel) back in Hill­side, and Mari­aan stresses over her fam­ily’s fu­ture.

JUNE

Con­nie’s ex-hubby Matt (David Dukas) ar­rives from the US in time to save her from her stalker Ruan (Marno van der Merwe). Bonita and Vince’s mar­riage all but crum­bles un­der their stresses, and Justin and Amanda can’t get enough of each other. Else­where, Mari­aan wants Chris to tell her what Lesedi is to him and she ban­ishes him to the couch when he re­fuses. Amanda thinks that she’s go­ing to be ar­rested for shoot­ing Alexa (ear­lier in 2017) when Vince finds out that she’s back in Justin’s life, and Con­nie gets a call from Matt’s psy­chol­o­gist about how he’s changed. Marko and Diederik put the Suna fi­asco in the past, and Willem’s back to his wom­an­is­ing ways and asks Hilda to help him get lip­stick out of his shirt. Rickus wants to get back at his dad Chris, Ma­trone and Hilda want to start a video blog, and Mari­aan de­mands an­swers from Lesedi about Chris.

JULY

The show couldn’t pro­vide episode info at print.

Trou­ble comes look­ing for Con­nie. Chris is in the dog­box again when he re­fuses to tell his wife the truth.

Lesedi’s hid­ing some­thing.

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