Uzalo 17 - 21 February

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Nkunzi manages to get into someone’s phone and discovers the numbers of a familiar contact. Gabisile has a life altering predicament to deal with. Nonka and Sibonelo find themselves confused by their feelings once again.

Nkunzi is determined to find out what MaNgcobo is up to. Sibonelo gets an unexpected ultimatum. Sbu attracts a new friendship.

Nkunzi hatches another devious plan to force a resistant MaNgcobo into submission. Nonka struggles to look past Sibonelo’s mistakes. Sbu has a new admirer.

Mazaza turns the tide around and completely upsets the balance of Sibonelo’s world. A worried Qhabanga vows to make peace with his beloved son. Sbu betrays Fikile not knowing what he is getting himself into.

Lilly’s concerns about someone’s disappearance are heightened. The battle lines are drawn between Nonka and Mazaza over a young man’s heart. Sbu is apparently too straight for his secret admirer.

Uzalo airs Mondays to Fridays on SABC1 at 20h30
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