Skeem Saam 23 - 27 March

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The transition into becoming a working nurse continues to be a struggle for Rachel.  Lehasa has to go face the music at the revenue services and Lelo feels side-lined.  Alfred’s plan for Sthoko falls flat and Principal is on to him.

Alfred is staggered by Celia’s latest unreasonable demand. Rachel is overwhelmed by her domestic situation and her curiosity is piqued by Marothi’s strange behaviour. Phomolo and Lehasa put their plan in motion.

Principal throws a bomb to Alfred and Sthoko regarding the school trip. Marothi fears losing Nakedi and it’s all because of Rachel. Kobus gives Lelo a mammoth task regarding the nut factory case.

Marothi has a pleasant surprise for Rachel in order to keep her off his trail. Alfred and Sthoko reach an amicable agreement regarding the school trip. Phomolo reveals sordid details of his and Lehasa’s diabolical plan for Lelo.

Elias has an unpleasant surprise for Rachel and Marothi. Noah puts his foot in it and is left perplexed by Emma’s reaction. Kat and Candice are faced with disgruntled staff members.

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

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