Uzalo 3 - 7 February

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Nkunzi uses emotional blackmail to try and neutralise the enemy, Khehla shocks Gabisile with his declaration, and Sbu realises Fikile blames him. Sibonelo learns Zekhethelo lied to him. Qhabanga is shocked by Khehla’s threat, and Sbu worries he is losing Fikile.

Nkunzi resorts to drastic measures to get a message across, Gabisile gets an unpleasant surprise, and Lilly’s first day at work is off to a bad start.

MaNgcobo receives a threat from an unlikely source. Khehla’s new address shocks Gabisile and Qhabanga, and Lilly proves to be better than Nyawo and Mondli.

Nkunzi teaches Sibonelo a harsh lesson. Gabisile realises Khehla is a bigger problem than she thought, and Lilly’s instincts get her a promotion.

Uzalo airs Mondays to Fridays on SABC1 at 20h30
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