Muvhango 6 - 10 April

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Muvhango
Muvhango

Azwindini over steps the line when he second-guesses Gizara as Chief to local subjects.Moipone wages war on Marang, whom she perceives as the weakest link in the MotsamaiMeiki saga.

Vhangani and Mpfareni are finally at peace but have a difficult decision to make about their counsellingVho-Makhadzi takes Azwindini's side, and instructs Gizara to have no further involvement with the farmers.Marang and Tebello are side lined during dinner.

Hangwani is in high spirits after meeting Margaret who reignited her desire for traveling. 

Gizara is in trouble when the family realises that he has disobeyed Vho-Makhadzi’s orders. Meiki’s plans for the future might not sit well with James and Marang.

Hangwani gets concerned that she still can’t get hold of Margret.

Vho-Masindi wants to take drastic measures to get Azwindini back on the throne. Marang has to deliver the bad news to Meiki when Lesedi ends up in hospital. Hangwani decides to go on holiday.

Vho-Masindi is delighted at the thought that Gizara will have to surrender his position as acting chief. Meiki takes her fear for her son’s life out on Marang. Hangwani is having no luck finding travel companions.

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

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