Uzalo 6 - 10 January

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Nkunzi realises MaNgcobo may just move on again. Khehla’s announcement makes it impossible for Gabisile to enjoy her picnic, and even though Fikile is bored, she won’t go back. 

While Nkunzi struggles to get MaNgcobo back, Sibonelo does the unthinkable. Qhabanga makes Khehla feel even guiltier; and Sbu’s plan is thwarted. A startling discovery turns Nkunzi’s world upside down. Qhabanga and Gabisile find themselves on opposite sides of the fence, and Sbu’s plea's fall on deaf ears. 

Judgment day arrives for Sibonelo, Qhabanga makes a startling confession and Sbu is shocked when he learns what Fikile wants from him. MaNgcobo’s announcement breaks Nkunzi’s heart. Sibonelo pays for walking into Khehla’s room without knocking, and Sbu’s good news gets him the biggest reward.

Uzalo airs Mondays to Fridays on SABC1 at 20h30.

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