Isidingo 27 - 31 January

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Olivia shoots her mouth off, escalating the tension. Sibiya tries to prove to Cebisa he's made of sterner stuff. The Lategans get to know Marius better. Where the Sibekos are concerned, things go from bad to worse. One man proves that chivalry is not dead and one family gets a chance to start again. Olivia's words come back to haunt her.

Sibiya is unnerved when Cebisa reveals her plans. Marius breaks down Anja's defences. Lungi throws herself in the line of fire to save a life. Cebisa takes a dangerous step as she plots her revenge. There seems to be hope on the horizon for the Lategans. 

Olivia turns to an unlikely source for a shoulder to cry on. In her quest to put Nina out of business, Cebisa starts sailing dangerously close to the wind. Marius makes an offer that unsettles Lalage. 

Isidingo airs on SABC3 from Mondays to Fridays at 19h00.

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