The Bachelorette SA tonight: 'I would take Peter's one-on-one date in a heartbeat,' says Swazi

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Henk 'Swazi' Nel and Qiniso Van Damme on The Bachelorette SA.
Henk 'Swazi' Nel and Qiniso Van Damme on The Bachelorette SA.
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  • Qiniso Van Damme's time on The Bachelorette SA has been an emotional roller-coaster journey.
  • This week the dramatic events of episode 6 continues.
  • Who does Qiniso have the showdown with? And will Swazi use that wild rose? These questions and more will be answered in this week's episode.


Who does Qiniso have the showdown with? And will Swazi use that wild rose? These questions and more will be answered in this week's episode of The Bachelorette SA.

The latest episode of the reality dating show ended on a cliffhanger with Qiniso Van Damme and Keelan McManus sitting down for a chat. Moments later, viewers see the 27-year-old left alone on the couch in tears, and host Jason Greer announced: "And with that, the cocktail party is over."

To recap, this is what went down at the tense cocktail party.

In the run-up, Peter felt vulnerable as he was not part of the group date, while Keelan seemed to be struggling with the process.

At the beginning of the cocktail party, Jason introduced the wild rose, which Qiniso gave to Swazi later.

Elsewhere Kganya took Qiniso for some alone time but was interrupted by Peter during an intimate moment. This led to Kganya asking for a rushed smooch which led to a very awkward kiss. Cameron expressed his remorse for his actions at the previous cocktail party. After Ruan told Qiniso what Dylan had said, Dylan pulled her aside to explain himself.

Keelan was growing increasingly tense and paranoid in the background of all this; everyone was worried for him, and on edge.

This week the dramatic events of episode six continue. By the looks of the teaser for episode seven, there will be multiple exits, more drama, and so many big decisions will be made.

WATCH A TEASER FOR EPISODE 7 HERE:

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