Binnerlanders 18 - 22 May

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Quinton deals with bureaucracy for the first time – and a scandal is unleashed on Thusanang. Steve feels depressed about more than one situation in his life. Lexi needs to sail through the stormy waters of bad communication, and Annelize makes a call that changes everything.

Annelize realises the crisis is a lot worse than she initially thought, and Ilse potentially has a solution for Louis’s problem. At is holding Quinton personally responsible for the complicated situation, while Rian is still very focused on his plan.

Tertius receives an interesting invitation, and Quinton’s behaviour worsens the already volatile situation.

No theories are making sense to Quinton, while the Binneland board are at loggerheads regarding the future of Thusanang. The longing for Nagskof is tentatively sorted, and Lakey wants to start the clinical trials in secret. An invoice shocks Louis deeply, and Annelize realises her actions have consequences.


Ilse questions a few debit orders on her bank statements, while an unexpected gesture hinders Annelize to get to the truth of the matter. Danny has a solution for Tertius’s dilemma. Although Annelize blames Rian for the debacle at Thusanang, Rian still thinks that they could use it to their advantage. At attributes his good news to Louis, while Naomi is frustrated by undelivered presents. It is not just Quinton that is in a dark place in life.

 
The latest setback that Thusanang is experiencing in the media has a negative effect on the personnel of Binneland Clinic. At is forced to take action against Quinton, and Louis plays open cards with Naomi. Rian puts pressure on Annelize, while Quinton asks René for help. Chanel hears something about Tertius that she really doesn’t want to, and At realises he has no support regarding Thusanang.

Binnelanders airs on kykNET Mondays to Fridays at 19h30.

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