Uzalo 29 June - 3 July

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MaMlambo slips from Godfather’s grip. Sibonelo reveals that he’s taking two wives. Fikile wrestles conflicting emotions about her pregnancy.

The Khanyile boys avenge their father. MaZaza backs Gabisile into a tight corner. Fikile is bitter with Sbu for not having a solid plan for their future family.

Thulani and Godfather indulge in their newfound assets. Njeza rejects Sibonelo’s lobola. Fikile regrets staying with Sbu.

Nkunzi and MaNgcobo slowly feel the walls closing in on them. Sibonelo shocks everyone by agreeing to a ridiculous amount of ilobola. Sbu tries to prove Fikile wrong by stepping up as a man.

A desperate Nkunzi enlists Zekhethelo’s help. MaZaza’s sudden change in lifestyle makes Nomcebo suspicious that she’s hiding something. Fikile finally lets the cat out the bag.

Uzalo air on SABC1 from Mondays to Fridays at 20h30.

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