Skeem Saam 29 June - 3 July

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Marothi squirms whilst Lehasa gloats about their new partnership. Granny is angry at Kat for airing their dirty laundry in public. Relief washes over Meikie as she gets news of her court ruling.

Ramashala lands on manna. Clement’s dark clouds start parting. Kat begs Granny to consider moving to the village.

Lelo is in for a nasty surprise when she hears Lehasa on live radio. Granny comes to a heart-breaking decision about her future. Charles has a theory about Clement and Leshole’s relationship.

Lelo approaches a former enemy with an intriguing proposal after realising that she was tricked. An old lady has to accept a hard reality about her future. Kenny reveals a well-kept secret to Clement.

Stakes are high at the nut factory offices when Lehasa and Lelo both stare through death’s window. An old lady bids her beloved Turfloop farewell. Seems like Wallet’s literary career is about to sprout new leaves.

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

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