Two feuds & a fu­neral


Gen­er­a­tions – The Le­gacy Week­days SABC1 (*191) 20:00


Namhla’s world falls apart when the po­lice ask her to iden­tify Zach’s corpse, and Mrekza starts his re­venge plot to de­stroy his girl­friend Lucy by poach­ing wait­ers from her restau­rant S’khaftin Chicken. Gadaffi is on the spot when his ex-wife Tshidi un­ex­pect­edly ar­rives back in town, and Sphe tries to re­vive the spark in her fail­ing mar­riage to Mazwi. Tshidi is fu­ri­ous that Gadaffi ap­pointed her brother Tau as man­ager at her mar­ket­ing com­pany #hash­Tag World. Lesedi tries to gain pop­u­lar­ity at her new school by team­ing up with trou­bled stu­dent Ja­son (Joshua Dukwa) in bul­ly­ing Bran­don. Namhla is scared to tell the po­lice that Gadaffi or­dered Zach’s mur­der, and Lucy hires an all- girl wait­ress­ing team to re­place Mrekza’s old staff.


The Diales tell Lesedi to in­vite Bran­don to their house, and Getty wants to make peace with her dead loan­shark Bra’Pops’ (Thu­lane Kub­heka) spirit, as well as con­fess to his fam­ily that her sis­ter Lucy stabbed him to death in June 2015. Michael and Zoe fight over her ir­re­spon­si­ble par­ent­ing, and Mazwi’s speech is in­ter­rupted by the vil­lagers who voice their con­cerns about the land de­vel­op­ment project. Mrekza crawls back to ask Lucy for another chance at love when his plan to de­stroy her busi­ness fails, and Fana con­sid­ers drop­ping out of the land de­vel­op­ment project af­ter wit­ness­ing the trou­ble be­tween the vil­lagers and the Morokas. Lucy pushes Mrekza away, and Zoe begs the Diales to help search for Bran­don. Sphe and her mom Nandi are held cap­tive, and Lesedi uses Ja­son’s tricks on him and scares him off with a knife. Later, Nandi jumps in front of a bul­let to pro­tect Sphe.


Mrekza gets Lucy to take him back but he is still schem­ing to steal her busi­ness ideas, and Getty re­grets her san­goma ca­reer when she comes clean about Bra’Pop’s mur­der. Else­where, Namhla is ter­ri­fied af­ter be­ing kid­napped.

The Diale fam­ily en­cour­age Lesedi (se­cond from right) to stand up for her­self at her new school.

Namhla and Zach are torn apart by mur­der.

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