Muvhango 13 - 17 January

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Vho-Masindi supports Phusphusu and Mulalo, in the presence of Azwindini. Eric convinces Gugu to fight for her father’s legacy. Hagwani wonders whether Rendani has had second thoughts about the wedding. Vho-Masindi risks the wrath of the family, calling for a council meeting to state Phusuphusu’s case. Gugu is terrified that’s she has unleashed a wrath that will bring about her families demise.

Rendani, the perfect Makoti, finally snaps. Mulalo is pushed into the corner by corruption allegations. Gugu wants to play superhero by saving Qhawe from risking his own life. Rendani’s plan is in motion when she begins to deceive Mohau. Mulalo takes a huge blow, how is he going to defend himself. Gugu’s Zikalala side manifests when she faces the enemy head on.

Rendani realizes her plan to get rid of Mohau has failed.It seems like Tshilidzi is the new damage controller of the royal house. Gugu wants Qhawe to stay around, both for business and for the night. Rendani is keen to continue on her deceiving plans, as she pursues another plan to get rid of Mohau.

Muvhango is on SABC2 from Mondays to Fridays at 21h00.

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