Uzalo 13 - 17 April

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MaNgcobo is stunned by the source of an apology she receives. An accident turns into a blessing in disguise for Gabisile. Fikile gets suspicious when Sbu returns to work.

MaNgcobo demands answers. Qhabanga falls for Gabisile’s trap, and Sbu has a hard time doing his new job.

Nkunzi decides to use his charm to get what he wants. All hell breaks loose when Nomcebo discovers what Qhabanga did, and Fikile realises what Sbu does for Thulani.

Thulani doesn’t know how to deal with his new problem, Nomcebo has a suggestion that will put her mind at ease, and Fikile threatens Sbu.

Nkunzi realises he’s going to have to be patient, only one person leaves the dinner happy, and Sbu finds a good idea.

Uzalo airs Mondays to Fridays on SABC1 at 20h30.

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