Uzalo 3 - 7 August

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Uzalo
Uzalo

A raging bull sets foot in his old house again, reeking of revenge. Gabisile realises that she and her son forgot to tie one damning loose end in the disappearance of the two women. Sbu cannot contain his pain any longer, and drowns his sorrows in a rather public fashion.

An anonymous text message forces a father to literally go digging. The Mhlongo house is “unguarded” much to Njeza and Hleziphi’s surprise. A Bob Marley song makes Fikile start to believe that her lies are finally catching up.

In an unlikely turn of events, the brothers find themselves at the receiving end of their enemy’s wrath. Qhabanga experiences a pain like no other and Fikile’s lies catch up with her - only she doesn’t know it yet.

Nkunzi’s rise to power leads to the demise of two brothers. All fingers point to the Pastor who has to defend himself to death and it’s a battle of the sexes between Sbu and Fikile.

MaNgcobo is reminded of a bitter truth regarding the money that Thulani stole. Zekhethelo is offered a bit of a lifeline for an hour of her time. Fikile learns that she does not come first in her beau’s eyes.

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

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