Binnerlanders 1 - 4 June

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The real facts shock Annelize, and Danny tries his best to keep Quinton calm – but it seems to be a very difficult task. Tracy overhears her past being discussed, while Tertius is given advice on how to handle Chanel. 

Naomi realises what Danny is up to, while Annelize and Ingrid hold someone’s career in the palm of their hands. Louis shares his huge news with Naomi, and the Tekkie Tax auction begins with a very special guest. Quinton isn’t ready to forgive and forget.

Quinton shares his news with his friends, while Ingrid is worried about what Rian’s next move might be. Steve receives bad news, and someone from Annelize’s past contacts her. Stefan is not the only reason for René’s bad mood. Chris is a lot more dangerous than even he realizes.

Louis places René in an uncomfortable position, and Chanel tries to keep Danny out of the Cape. Annelize’s defence doesn’t go down well, while Quinton discusses the reason for his misery with René. Rian is at loggerheads with Hlabi regarding a patient, while Maya’s patient ends up at Southern Hope.

Rupert has no idea what happened to Chris, and Katryn gives Chanel something to think about. Hlabi and Maya are unaware of the true nature of things, while Annelize’s stories don’t curb At’s concerns. René is hurt badly, while Ingrid encourages a doubting doctor

Steve has no idea what to do about Lexi, and Annelize gets an unexpected visitor.

Binnelanders air on kykNET Mondays to Fridays at 19h30

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