Rhythm City 1 - 4 June

Rhythm CIty
Rhythm CIty

Bonny and Busi are extremely mean to Kea, but Zinhle has a plan to win the friends back. The social worker finds Dumi in the flat above Kilowatt and the Metropol host has it in for Mampho.

Kea and Zinhle experience decidedly different after-effects from the Slaza. The girls have an impromptu Slaza party. Sabelo makes an appeal to the Khuses and Mampho drives home her advantage at the Metropol by getting the manager to approve a shift switch, against the host’s protocols.  

Blossom overhears Bonny and Busi talking about the previous night’s party and she starts becoming suspicious of Kea. Suffo wants Chicken to find out who is supplying the Slaza. Mapula and Dumi move back into the Khuse home and Mampho hides when her friends visit the Metropol.

The news about Rene's trial hits Kea hard. Kop asks Blossom to forgive Mapula and Mampho reveals her new job to Pearl.

Zinhle struggles with the first signs of withdrawal. Chicken reveals to Suffo that the supplier is a big-hitter with lots of money and influence. Mapula learns of Banele’s new job and Mampho impresses at work when she offers to serve a difficult section.

Rhythm City is on e.tv from Mondays to Fridays at 19h00.

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