Muvhango 18 - 22 May

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Susan tells Azwindini they need to find middle ground with Mpho. It seems Marang and James still have a thing for each other even though the situation dictates otherwise. To everyone’s surprise Teboho was right about Margaret; she was not to be trusted.

Mpho needs to decide between the life she has and the one she always dreamed of. James changes his mind about Meiki and Meiki wants to take Lesedi away forever. Teboho accuses Hangwani of being part of the scam.

Everyone is stunned by Mpho's sudden about turn. Lesedi disappears and this time around, he is left on his own. Hangwani and Vho-Mukondeleli face the wrath of the women.

Azwindini pours cold water on Mpho's ambitions. James and Meiki call it a truce after realizing that they all want the best for the child. Hangwani is plagued by guilt and wants to refund everyone that was scammed by Margaret.

Mpho is surprised by what she discovers when she goes to submit her job application. Gugu receives some exciting news; meanwhile Qhawe gets a shocking request from an old colleague. Mulalo refuses to take Hangwani’s money, she is family after all.

Muvhango airs on SABC2 from Mondays to Fridays at 21h00

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