Uzalo 16 - 20 March

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Nkunzi makes a big decision. Qhabanga puts a new plan into action, and Sbu gets what he wants but not in the way he wanted it.

MaNgcobo inadvertently digs her own grave,. Gabisile stumbles upon a piece of bad news, and Sbu struggles to cope with his loss.

Nkunzi gets the ball rolling, putting pressure on MaNgcobo, Nomcebo and Qhabanga get an unpleasant surprise, and Sbu finally gets closure.

Thulani learns the real truth about MaNgcobo. Qhabanga makes a shocking revelation to Gabisile, and Sbu stoops to an alltime low to prove a point to Fikile.

Nkunzi crosses a dangerous line, Nomcebo’s good intentions are met with great hostility, and Sbu resorts to drastic measures.

Uzalo airs Mondays to Fridays on SABC1 at 20h30.

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