Muvhango 20 - 24 April


MMC bulldozers move in where the villagers of Thathe are cultivating the land Marang finds herself increasingly side-lined as Lesedi goes to extreme measures to try and unite his parents.

Hangwani is desperate to find a travelling companion and she receives a positive response from an unlikely source.

The royal house scrambles to find a solution for a ticking time bomb involving the land. James, Meiki and Marang are thrown into turmoil when the truth comes out about how Lesedi landed in hospital.

Vho-Mukondeleli continues to bulldoze her way into a helpless Hangwani’s travel plans.

KK has a dodgy meeting in his hotel room, what is he up to? Marang unpacks her frustration and James agrees to have a baby with her.

Hangwani’s desires are about to manifest, as they finalize the trip.

Vho-Masindi confronts KK, but she gets more than what she bargained for. James is furious that Tebello hijacked his plans with Lesedi. Vho-Mukondeleli is set for the time of her life.

Tension threatens to burn Thathe down, as the Mukwevhos are implicated in the land issue. James hurls painful but yet eye opening words at Meiki. Vho-Mukondeleli goes on her first flight.

Muvhango airs on SABC2 from Mondays to Fridays at 21h00

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