Skeem Saam 4 - 8 May

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Marothi’s nagging suspicions about his long slumber heighten and nothing can stop him from getting to the truth. A learner nearly misses the bus to the most talked about trip at Turf High. Lehasa is intrigued when someone informs him that his nemesis has been dealt with.

There’s a secret grade 12 party at the hotel, and the host is a little too tipsy too early. Marothi takes serious steps to find out what’s wrong with him. Someone gives Wallet hope regarding his dormant literary career that is yet to bloom.

Rachel is forced to enlist Nimza’s help when she realises she could have made a catastrophic mistake. Alfred and Sthoko are in a tailspin after learning that their learners got up to no good the previous night. Glenda finally gets a breakthrough.

Four schoolboys' curiosity turns what was almost an incident free tour into a disaster. Rachel has to think of what to do next as Marothi regains consciousness. Kwaito's family is worried about what Glenda's return means for him. Three schoolboys face the scariest time of their lives. Marothi is horrified by the accusation from hospital staff. Principal faces the wrath of the parents.

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


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