Skeem Saam 18 - 22 May

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Rachel makes a serious slip of the tongue about the drugs to Marothi. Alfred’s world bottoms out on many fronts and a friend asks him to do something immoral. Kwaito’s house of cards comes tumbling down after Elizabeth comes across an enemy.

Rachel takes steps to reverse a stupid decision she’s made. The dating club strategises on how to handle the pending interrogations. Lelo and Glenda meet with an old shark.

Rachel puts a plan in motion to get something out of the marriage. With the DC fast approaching, all affected parties get their stories straight regarding the disastrous school trip. Celia deals with the consequences of kicking Alfred out.

The state of Rachel’s marriage shocks her on the eve of her one year anniversary. Alfred is one step closer to returning home when one of the learners cracks. Pretty encourages Kat to patch things up with an old friend.

Rachel acts all cool when a defiant man shows up with his mistress on her doorstep. A furious wife almost runs Sthoko over with a car on her way to school. The dating club members are shocked to learn that someone snitched on them.

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

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