Khumo from Muvhango has struck again! After getting away with murder countless times, she’s about to get away with destroying Imani and James’ marriage.
Imani became tired of her scheming ways and went on a mission to expose her for being the murderer she is. She’s been sending Khumo’s husband, Paballo, anonymous messages telling him that Khumo killed his father.
Scheming, Khumo found out and devised a plan to get Imani kicked out of the house and, ultimately, out of her life.
She drugged both Imani and Paballo and placed them in bed naked. James found them in that vulnerable state and kicked Imani out.
Unfortunately, neither Imani nor Paballo remembers what happened, and no one believes them.
Khumo has been getting away with a lot. It’s time she’s caught. But it seems people will start being suspicious of her.
On Generations: The Legacy, Tau isn’t leaving prison anytime soon. His parole hearing was supposed to have been held already, but he was accused of assaulting someone in prison.
So, his hearing was cancelled, and Nonhle, Ayanda and mam’ Zondile were shattered because they were looking forward to seeing him again. The warden told him to get comfortable in prison because he wasn’t going anywhere.
On the bright side, Karabo Moroka is back in South Africa, and she’s here to fix the country. Hopefully, she’ll get Tau out of prison.
Meanwhile, Lucy and Cosmo have figured out a way to get rid of Thenji, the con artist who was blackmailing them.
On Nikiwe, baba Joesph was killed by an angry mob after kidnapping Mandisa. The angry community members burned his shack. But does this mean the Radebe family will finally live peacefully and be happy?
Also, it seems Mdlalose, who killed Joseph, will be arrested.
In other news – Sizokuthola host Xolani Khumalo hands himself over to police for murder
Xolani Khumalo who is well known for raiding drug-infested areas in his much-loved TV show, Sizokuthola, appeared at the Palm Ridge Magistrates Court on Tuesday, 19 September. He was charged with the murder of a suspected drug dealer.
Xolani handed himself over at the Katlehong North Police Station on Tuesday, 19 September, where he was officially charged with the murder of Robert Varrie, who died during the recording of the Sizokuthola TV program in July. Read More