Rhythm City 8 - 12 June


The Khuse’s excitement about Dumisani’s first day back at school is ruined when the social worker informs themabout new information. Keabetswe worries that Zinhle is becoming addicted to Slaza. Jafta leaves Mampho hanging. Zinhle confessing some things to her mother - but not all.

Mzi says there is no chance that the social worker’s decision will be overturned. Mapula breaks bad news to Dumi. Mampho is shocked to learn that the waiters have to pay for breakages themselves. Zinhle is accused of stealing from Khulekani’s supplies. Dumi is taken away for good.

Mampho has more troubles at work. She is told she has to pay for the customers who never paid their bill. In a Slaza high, Zinhle betrays Kea’s confidence. Sabelo urges Mapula to focus on her studies but she is secretly struggling at varsity and battling to prepare for exams.

Jafta warns Mampho against being too revolutionary at work. She finds a bold outlet for her frustrations. Nandi covers for Zinhle when she returns home intoxicated. Mapula is overwhelmed by the exams. Mampho keeps her identity as the blogger, “Fed-up Waitress” a secret from her co-workers.

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

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