Scandal 22 – 31 July

22 - 26 July

Daniel and Shakira make plans which are bound to lead to an upset in the Nyathi family. Tino and Erin's psychometric test results yield an unpleasant surprise for Tino.

Ndumiso comes across something which he believes will escalate Lindiwe's singing career.

Gogo Ma'Nyathi's obsessed with appeasing the ancestors but can't make it happen unless Zinzile agrees to be her eyes, ears and fingers.

Maletsatsi attempts to win Beverly Strike over with a glowing recommendation of the Martins but unwittingly ends up landing them in hot water instead. Gloria loses control of her tongue and drives Maletsatsi to give Ndumiso a scary ultimatum.

Stan begs Quinton to let him come to the funeral but it's someone unexpected who acts to ensure drama at the funeral.

Quinton decides that one of the Nyathi's may attend Cain's funeral. Dintle finds out something which makes her even more determined to give her baby away. Lindiwe tries to subtly gauge her parents reaction to the idea of a singing career.

Uninvited guests gatecrash Cain's funeral. Dintle considers doing something radical with her baby. Ndumiso realises he's going to need a clever strategy to make Lindiwe's singing career happen.

29 - 31 July

As the dust settles, Daniel learns from Stan that he will not have everything his own way and Layla plants a seed with her son about claiming his birthright.

Gogo manipulates Mangi into doing her bidding with a chilling warning. Beverly helps Tino and Erin accept an unexpected truth. Lindiwe performs for her family.

When Shakira finds out about Thembeka's story, she is furious, but she quickly realises Thembeka may have to answer to a bigger threat. While Tino and Erin wonder what to do about Dintle, Gloria overhears them. Mlungisi finally learns about Ndumiso and angrily goes after him.

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