Muvhango 13 - 17 July

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Muvhango
Muvhango


The clock ticks on Mpho and Tenda's affair as Azwindini arrives in unannounced. Muzi almost looses his manhood. Kgosi gets his groove back. 

Mpfareni takes a firm stand for her nephew and challenges Tenda. Muzi and Qhawe's paths cross. Kgosi is put in his place by Tsholo's new man.

Mpfareni finds herself in hot water when she defies the MEC. Gugu finds herself unable to stick to the rules she's laid down, when it comes to her and Muzi's baby making. Matshidiso's coaching of Kgosi to be an alpha male has some unforeseen consequences.

Gugu goes to Muzi's hotel room and gets a horrible surprise. Matshidiso asks Mbali to help her with Kgosi's women issues. Mpho rewards Tenda for helping Vhangani.

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

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