Scandal! 10 – 20 June

10 – 13 June

A vagrant's curiosity gets the better of him and results in him making a startling discovery at the abandoned building. Dintle drops a bombshell on Mbuyiseni to get him to behave but has she overplayed her hand? Gloria’s curiosity is piqued by the photo of Kila and Mmadika.

Cain suspects that someone tried to rescue Daniel and agrees to meet with Stan. Mbuyi retracts his story about having had a past with Dintle but will Scelo believe him? Gloria takes up another cause.

Stan tells Mangi he cannot go with them to meet Cain, prompting Mangi to take devious means. Lindiwe doesn't hear what she wants when she asks for advice on attracting a boy. Mmadika realises there is a problem between her and Kila.

At the meeting between Cain, Stan and Quinton, something goes horribly wrong. Lindiwe bares her feelings to Mbuyi in a love letter. Mmadika decides to do something about Kila's frosty attitude towards her.

17 – 20 June

Daniel is reunited with his family and begins plotting Cain’s demise but Cain has one more ace up his sleeve. Gontse helps Lindiwe get revenge on Mbuyi after her humiliation by him, and Dintle gets caught in the crossfire, with unexpected results. Why is Mmadika so affected by Kila's opinion of her, unless there's some truth to it?

Bullets fly in the showdown between Cain and Daniel. Dintle gets caught up in all her lies and Zinzile closes in on the truth. Quinton vents his anger and sense of injustice at Shakira and Gogo Ma’Nyathi.

Cain's journey of revenge comes to an unexpected end. Mangi lies to the police and Eddie is forced into a corner. Dintle goes into labour.

Mangi's lies to the police might threaten the plan to expose Daniel, but how will Quinton react to Mangi’s devastating confession? The Ngemas find out the truth about Dintle’s baby. has extended Scandal! to run 5 days a week.  Episodes remain on four days a week through June and the first Friday episode premieres on Friday, 5 July.

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