Deep trou­bles

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Sech­aba is haunted by a fam­ily se­cret that in­volves a rel­a­tive’s death, and Tha­bang (Pholoso Mohlala) thinks that some­thing’s wrong with him and he asks Mat­lala for herbs to help with his erec­tile dys­func­tion. Tha­bang’s “prob­lem” is a lot big­ger than he thought and he will be an out­cast if his fam­ily dis­cover that he’s gay. Anja’s tired of high school and wants to drop out, and Barker is keep­ing an ea­gle eye on the land claim dis­putes and of­fers Sech­aba some­thing “spe­cial” for his hard work. Sech­aba tells Ra­jesh about Barker’s of­fer, and Nina takes an em­bar­rassed Tha­bang un­der her wing.

SEPTEM­BER

Wendy comes clean to Hen­drik and Lalage about why she’s in The Deep and later gets good news from her pa­role of­fi­cer. Kgothalo reaches out to her friend Nikiwe fol­low­ing her melt­down but Nikiwe ig­nores her, and Wendy is mix­ing with the wrong crown when she gets a job at The Rec Club. Ofentse con­fronts Barker for med­dling in the land claims dis­pute and their ar­gu­ment ends with Barker in car­diac ar­rest. Ofentse must make a snap de­ci­sion: help Barker or let him die. Sech­aba pan­ics when Ler­ato loses con­scious­ness, and there’s a shootout at The Dun­can ho­tel. Bradley is up­set about the events at The Dun­can, and Kgothalo is in tears when she dis­cov­ers that Ra­jesh was wounded in the shootout. Kgothalo later takes Ra­jesh back to her place and plays nurse for him.

OC­TO­BER

Ra­jesh and Kgothalo’s bliss­ful ro­mance takes an­other new knock when a blast from the past shows up on their door. Hori­zon Deep’s top cop Ed­die is given the tough task of in­ves­ti­gat­ing The Dun­can shoot­ing and bring­ing the per­pe­tra­tors to jus­tice, and Nina makes a wor­ry­ing discovery about a rob­bery­gone-wrong.

Barker’s stick­ing his nose in shady busi­ness again.

Ler­ato has to make a de­ci­sion about her health.

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