Uzalo 6 - 10 April

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Things don’t go according to plan for MaNgcobo. Gabisile and Nomcebo go behind Qhabanga’s back, and Sbu becomes convinced Fikile is trying to kill him.

Nkunzi’s suspicious about a certain coincidence, Gabisile has Nomcebo exactly where she wants her, and Sbu worries Fikile is losing her mind. Nkunzi plants a seed in MaNgcobo’s head, Gabisile shocks Nomcebo with a confession and Fikile’s offer makes Sbu confess.

Someone arrives to put an end to speculation regarding Thulani’s identity, Gabisile hears good news regarding her plan, and Sbu suffers the consequences of his deception. Thulani finds a very useful alliance, Sibonelo threatens to kick Nkunzi out, and Sbu gets the one job he doesn’t want.

Uzalo airs Mondays to Fridays on SABC1 at 20h30.


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