Skeem Saam 27 - 30 April

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Things get out of hand when a cocky Lelo overplays her hand with Mapitsi. Marothi gets up to no good in Rachel’s absence. Sthoko and Alfred are faced with a major challenge regarding the trip and have to work on a holiday.

A side chick who is getting too comfortable is put in her place. Mapitsi’s raging temper is provoked by her arch nemesis. A last minute crisis can potentially derail the school trip.

Marothi receives some disturbing news that may affect his marriage. Tbose is fed up with Mapitsi’s obsession with Lelo.  The tension at the Moloisi household worries Koloi.

Rachel manages to tame Marothi but struggles to come up with an explanation when some people show up unannounced.  Malebana and Babeile are convinced that the forensic investigator is hiding something. 

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

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