Skeem Saam 1 - 4 June

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Marothi pulls out all the stops to find his wife. Glenda meets her knight in shining armour. The dating club connects more dots to solve their mystery. 

Marothi receives the authorities at his doorstep, and is horrified by their damning request. Koloi learns a devastating truth about his near-death-experience at the reserve. Mapitsi is trending but not in a positive light and this worries her.

New evidence surfaces prompting Malebana to declare a marital home a crime scene. Principal is shocked when Ramolao brings new information of what happened at the school trip. Mapitsi witnesses two former lovers in a lengthy embrace and is disturbed.

The police forensics team find a startling piece of evidence concerning Rachel's disappearance. Alfred and Sthoko are read for filth at their hearings. Lelo celebrates a win.

Malebana and Babeile are shocked by the forensic results of the evidence found at the Maphuthuma townhouse. Two educators are relieved to survive the chopping block. Mr Langa is livid when he learns of Lelo's resolve regarding the Glenda issue. 

Skeem Saam airs on SABC1 Mondays to Fridays at 18h30.

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