Muvhango 4 - 8 May

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Muvhango on SABC 2
Muvhango on SABC 2

Gizara's true intentions are revealed to the horror of the royal family. James does the unthinkable when he realizes Meiki and Tebello's marriage plans would estrange him from his son. Things get out of hand as more family members want to sign up for the trip to Israel.

Borosi lets Gizara know that he will be ousted from the throne unless he listens to what he has planned. James is still on the run with an unsuspecting Lesedi. Teboho has insinuated herself into going to Israel and she has already started causing trouble.

Phusuphusu believes that Gizara is going to use the throne for self-enrichment. Phineas recognizes Lesedi from the newspaper; James tries to buy his silence. More ladies decide to tag along in the trip.

The royal family makes some inquiries about the land Tenda wants to buy and discovers something quite surprising. James trusts the wrong person and gets an unpleasant surprise. Teboho is not sure Margaret can be trusted.

Suspicions rise as Tendamudzimu refuses to listen to good advice regarding the land rights he's acquired. The noose tightens as James finds himself on the run. Teboho makes Mulalo nervous about con artists in the travel industry.

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

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