Isidingo 10 - 14 February

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Olivia surprises Claudette with a suggestion. Sibiya's lies catch up with him. Lungi and Phindile meet Kgothalo's new man.

Mayekiso has one more trick up his sleeve. Patience confronts the giraffe in the room. Lefa's worst nightmare is made real.

Mayekiso leverages Nina to set a trap for Lincoln. Patience tries to get to the bottom of what's been happening between Sibiya and Cebisa. Sechaba gives Lefa advice.

One man avenges himself and kills the enemy. A couple finally confronts their past and all hell breaks loose and another couple decides to keep the status quo.

Isidingo airs on SABC3 from Mondays to Fridays at 19h00 until Thursday, 12 March 2020.

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