Isindingp 30 December - 3 January

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Two people cross a line that will have far reaching consequences. A spanner is thrown in the works in the lead up to Phindile and Sechaba's wedding and Sibiya proves to be a thorn by his friends' side. Lincoln's carelessness threatens his family's well being. Phindile's uncle and aunt adjust to the high life with ease. The miners reflect on a year of highs and lows.

Lives are at risk when a nasty secret is exposed. Wedding fever starts to infect the Matabane and Shezi families. Sibiya goes out of his way to earn what he believes is coming to him.Claudette decides to take matters into her own hands. Wedding fever is in the air in the Matabane house, but some butt heads.

Sibiya gets his big gift.Two people cross a line that will have far reaching consequences. A spanner is thrown in the works in the lead up to Phindile and Sechaba's wedding. Sibiya proves to be a thorn by his friends' side.

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

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