Isidingo 23 March - 3 April


23 – 27 March

A miner suffers in hospital and the tide of anger rises among the workers. Priya steels herself for battle, but more bad news is on the way. Sechaba learns lessons about honesty and relationships.

Bradley, intent on saving the mine from a potentially dangerous strike, runs into opposition. Eddie finds himself faced with a dilemma: on the one side the claims of friendship, on the other the temptations of promotion. Lerato teases Sechaba to provoke his jealousy.

Brad regrets his mistakes with Sizwe and fears that he and Nikiwe are losing control of the situation. Eddie surprises Yvette with a sudden about turn. Lerato baits Sechaba unmercifully.

Sizwe is torn between Nikiwe’s offer and his anger and sorrow about Thembile’s death. Priya tries to cope with the prospect of her disciplinary hearing, but the road ahead is full of unseen obstacles. Sechaba burns with jealousy as Lerato heads off on her date.

Sizwe is squeezed in a vice of capitalism and politics. Rajesh tries to help Priya but only increases his own jeopardy. Lerato’s plumbing difficulties lead to discussion in the commune.

30 March – 3 April

Katlego enlists an innocent into her game to win the hearts and minds of the workers. Priya takes strain as her friend and ally, Eddie, has turned against her. Lerato finds a new place to live but is tentative about how it will work.

After a dark night of the soul, Sizwe finally commits himself to action. It looks very much as if Eddie’s committed to betraying his old friend and colleague, Priya. A prissy Lerato clashes head on with her new house mates.

Zukisa is shocked to discover that Sizwe has lied to her. Eddie and Priya continue to slug it out toe to toe. S’khumbuzo is forced into the role of reluctant peace maker.

Zukisa feels the pinch when the Sibeko’s put pressure on her to disclose her secret. Eddie surprises Priya when he reveals his true intentions. Lerato’s home-cooked dinner is not anything her new house mates expected.

It’s a big day for Sizwe as he faces both a record depth in the mine and then a meeting with the militants. Priya faces her hearing, nervous, but hoping for the best. Calvin wakes up with a delicate stomach after having eaten Mopani worms.

Watch Isidingo weekdays on SABC3 at 19:30 pm.

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