Muvhango 9 - 13 March

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Vho-Masindi finds solace in an unlikely place when she struggles to cope with her fate. Matshidiso is having second thoughts when she connects with KK. Warona thinks she has found her way out of trouble but has dug an even deeper hole for herself.

Vho-Masindi unravels as the time for the royal family meeting draws near. A surprise gesture from KK rocks Matshidiso’s boat. Shaz attempts to unmask Mbali but finds tables have turned.

The royal house gets an unexpected guest. KK poses a surprising question to Matshidiso. Shaz’s warning hits deaf ears when Warona is not interested on what she has to say.

Battle lines are drawn in the war for the throne and Phusuphusu has won a small victory against Azwindini. Matshidiso is basking in KK’s love, looking forward to the wedding. Little does she know that there’s a potential threat. Warona, who has barely escaped rape, realises that her troubles just begun.

Vho-Makhadzi pulls the rank and makes a decision about the chieftaincy. Kgosi is suspicious of Matshidiso’s intentions of marrying his father. Marang is devastated to find out what Warona has been through.  

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

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