Binnerlanders 17 - 21 February

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Naomi isn’t handling her reality so well, and Louis tries to encourage Susanna regarding Quinton. Tertius realises what Annelize’s agenda is, while Chanel is worried about her sister’s progress. Wimpie gives Susanna the wrong idea, and the truth comes out when someone is forced into a corner.

Conrad and Rian have a huge fall out – while At blames Conrad.

At has news for Louis regarding Kallie’s estate, and Quinton enjoys his power position. Annelize realises what is going on with At, while Tertius is unsure about Rian’s words. Danny is shocked by news more than once during the day, and Chanel realises her father is interfering in her life.

A meeting between brother and sister is a disaster, while Quinton pleads with Tertius to be more involved in ER.

Quinton and one of the candidates are getting along better than the others, while Danny and his mother have to come clean with one another. Quinton realises for the first time what is really going on with his mother, and Vida unsettles Chanel.

Maya and Greeff rub each other up the wrong way, while Jerry’s story regarding Tim takes the wind out of Danny’s sails.

Wimpie is pleasantly surprised by Susanna’s decision, while Danny experiences more than one disillusionment. Jerry is worried about the future of the business, and Annelize is extremely hard on the candidates when she has to deal with them.

Danny feels unsure about Chanel – and decides to do something about it. Susanna meets Annelize, and Maya enjoys Elana’s company.

Susanna cross examines Annelize, and Vida begins her day with more than one piece of unsettling news. Captain Botha questions Danny about Tim, and it is time for Louis to say his goodbyes. At doesn’t want to discuss his history with his sister, while Hlabi and Greeff are at loggerheads regarding foul play.

Jerry gives Vida an ultimatum, and Quinton’s word is law.

Binnelanders air on kykNET Mondays to Fridays at 19h30.

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