Generations 8 - 12 June

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What could possibly be a fate worse than death? Jerah and Lesedi are nervous when they’re called into the boardroom. Palesa leaves behind her old life and enters a new one…

Ayanda’s curious why a girl she doesn’t know desperately wants to meet with her. Cosmo takes Mpho on about his attitude. Zondiwe is worried to hear her daughter’s machinations include Smanga now.

Tau gets the shock of his life and demands an explanation. Thembeka reveals the latest damage her baby daddy inflicted. Nontle’s gut was right about her relationship being in trouble.

Jerah tries to warn his friend but it falls on deaf ears. Gadaffi is in a rage and no one can calm him down. Nkaba seethes when his ‘ally’ forces him into a corner.

Luzuko tells Jack he has a lead and a plan. Ayanda panics when she can’t get hold of Thembeka. Tshidi drops a bomb on her husband.

Generations airs on SABC1 from Mondays to Fridays at 20h00.

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