Isidingo 10 – 21 June

10 – 14 June

Death continues to hover over those trapped underground. Jefferson starts to experience feelings of deep regret. Georgie doesn’t take lightly to Barker’s bullying.

Will they get to Nikiwe in time to save the baby? It’s agony for Frank who is forced to watch helplessly from the side-lines. Barker continues to keep his dark secret to himself.

The Devil is loose on The Deep, and Benjamin thinks he knows his face. Frank and Nikiwe face their darkest hour. Zeb’s past comes crashing back in nightmare clarity.

Police forensics makes a horrifying discovery at the scene of the explosion. Frank Xavier takes a long hard look into the abyss. Mr Zamdela has an uncomfortable meeting with Zeb Matabane.

Jeff is hell-bent on exposing the kingpin behind the sabotage. Nikiwe and Frank grow closer through their mutual loss, while Beth feels left out. Ben makes a surprising disclosure to Eddie.

17 – 21 June
The return of a vengeful Lincoln seeking answers. Georgie and Slu worry as Zeb and Sechaba fish under their noses for the truth. Lerato wants to show Sechaba how much she appreciates him.

It seems not all guests are welcome at the baby’s funeral. Eddie investigates and gets closer and closer to the truth. Agnes and Zeb struggle to make sense of the mysteries of life.

Lincoln inexplicably decides to drop the case against Barker. Frank struggles with his demons in the aftermath of the death of his child. Zeb Matabane finds it good to be alive.

Tensions between rival taxi associations threaten to derail the peace. Frank is facing the trauma of his life, while Nikiwe has plans that don’t include him. Lerato’s quest for economic freedom ups a gear.

Taxi violence threatens to engulf Horizon Deep. Frank Xavier takes a step into the abyss. S’khumbuzo finds himself increasingly attracted to another woman.

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