Muvhango 12-16 August

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Muvhango
Muvhango

19-23 August

Vhutshilo is taken to custody, just as everyone thought he was off the hook. Moliehi’s situation gets worse as she undergoes a life threatening surgery. Sundani is disappointed when she finds out that her family is too busy for her marriage. 

Vhutshilo’s fate is sealed when evidence points at him. James and Marang ask Imani and Seretse to be their witnesses as they are about to tie a knot the following day. Sundani believes Dee wants to make peace so she makes her an offer.4

Azwindini, Tenda and Mulalo present a united front for the sake of Vhutshilo. James receives an unpleasant surprise from Marang on their wedding day. Dee is still bitter; she crafts her revenge against Sundani.

Mpho has a disturbing dream about a white man, it leaves her wondering. Skhumbuzo and Thobile make a shocking discovery about their mother. Tenda has a paradise honeymoon planned for Sundani meanwhile Dee plots something against Sundani.

It seems as if Vhutshilo’s fate is sealed when he leaves for psychiatric unit. Gugu reflects on her life and feel as if though it is meaningless. Tenda and Sundani’s wedding ends in a tragic way when Dee cannot forever hold her peace.

Catch Muvhango weekdays on SABC2 at 21h00.

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