Uzalo 6 - 10 July

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MaNgcobo finds herself turned on by a bull determined not to let his enemies win. Zekhethelo finds herself without shelter and is made an offer that is too tempting to resist. Fikile takes a pregnancy test and is surprised by what she learns.

Thulani and Godfather make big moves while Nkunzi woos MaNgcobo. MaZaza runs into some big trouble. Fikile is hit with a dilemma regarding herself, Sbu and the pregnancy.

MaNgcobo and Nkunzi’s tough days are far from being over. Nonka is stunned by Fikile’s heartlessness but Fikile explains her reasons while MaZaza ups the ante on Gabisile with more ridiculous demands and a stunning revelation.

MaNgcobo learns that Njeza is working with the Khanyile boys, and ideas start forming in her head. Knowledge of Sibonelo’s pending marriages has MaZaza heightening her demands. Sbu’s kindness towards Fikile because of her ‘pregnancy’, starts to make her feel guilty.

Njeza lays down the law for Sibonelo now that he’s forced to accept his pending marriage to Nonka. Zekhethelo and MaMlambo find themselves at the mercy of Godfather. Fikile is turned on by a transformed Sbu.

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

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