Binnerlanders 23 - 27 March

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Rian seeks answers from Tertius – before he reports for duty at Southern Hope, where he is not welcomed with open arms. At and Louis try to encourage Quinton to get over the Nagskof incident, while At is worried about Greeff and Binneland Clinic.

Tracy starts to paint herself into a corner, and Hlabi wants to see At. Louis shares his excellent news with Naomi, while an answers arrives on Tertius’s doorstep.

Rian is experiencing a very tough time, and Okkie asks Louis about his future plans. Conrad and Ingrid wonder if it is possible to get rid of Rian, while Jacques makes Tracy a very handsome offer. Maya is starting to lose her patience with a stubborn patient. Annelize can’t help to stir the pot during a meeting.

The strange, but very comfortable, dynamic between At and Annelize is scrutinized, and Naomi puts Louis at ease with his decision. Rian is livid when he is served with legal documents, while Greeff has his first session with Liezl. Tracy’s lies are starting to catch up with her, and a public meeting doesn’t go well.

Quinton and Greeff bond over their shared pain, and a visitor is rubbed up the wrong way when she is threatened.

Jacques takes his manipulation one step further, and At doesn’t react the way that Louis expected about the shares. Tertius tries to get Greeff to admit something that everyone else already knows. Annelize hears about Ingrid and Conrad’s advice, while Okkie is also getting worried about At’s words.

Tertius is suspicious of Annelize’s motives.

An emotional first meeting takes place in the Koster Mansion – but is short-lived when Rian finds out the truth. Greeff offers Maya an apology, and Jacques gives Tracy a task. Ingrid is more realistic than AT – and it leads to At paying a visit at Southern Hope.

Quinton is not dealing well with the emotional stress, while Elana realises what she has to do.

Premiere episodes of Binnelanders air on kykNET Mondays to Fridays at 19h30.

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