Muvhango 27 - 30 April

Muvhango on SABC 2
Muvhango on SABC 2

Gizara succeeds in turning the crisis of the Promised Land around. James takes action when Meiki refuses to allow him access to Lesedi. The ladies return from the holiday, but not all of them are happy.

Phusuphusu warns Mulalo that the sands are shifting; he should act before it’s too late. Apparently Meiki still has a thing for James. Margaret tries to convince Hangwani to sign-up for another trip.

Mulalo tells Azwindini that they should approach the royal council together. James finds out that Meiki is planning on having Lesedi circumcised. Vho-Mukondeleli is worried that she won’t be able to afford the next trip.

It is a stalemate at the royal house when the royal council cannot reinstate Azwindini to the throne. Meiki’s family give James an ultimatum if he wants to keep Lesedi.

Things are tense in Mulalo’s house over the amount of money Vho-Mukondeleli is asking for to fund her trip. 

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

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