Generations: 16 - 30 Nov

Khethiwe says her final goodbye, Jason leaks a scandalous story to the newspapers and Mawande asks Ngamla to stay away from her.

16 - 23 Nov

Phenyo plays it cool after being snubbed the day before, Khubone is determined to finish what he started and Dr Xulu delivers some really bad news.

Sara refuses to give up hope, MJ’s good intentions fly out the window when he overhears something and Zodwa shows that she knows how to seduce a man.

Senzo is floored by what Phenyo suggests, Mawande is shocked to hear how Ngamla got hurt and it’s a heartbreaking scene as Khethiwe says her final goodbye.

Nicholas wants Zodwa to back off but she’s not listening, Khaphela’s uncle makes a shocking announcement and MJ is floored when the police arrive to arrest him.

Noluntu is shocked by her mother’s hardcore attitude, Sara tells Patricia about the new will and Choppa is chuffed to hear who’s been talking about him.

Akhona doesn’t notice when a scheming Zodwa quickly hides something from her, Khubone won’t back down until he gets what he wants and Ngamla is chuffed when Dr Chetty checks up on him.

26 - 30 Nov

Mawande tries to help MJ but ends up making things worse for him, Senzo freaks when he hears about the forbidden kiss and Khaphela’s will is read to the family.

Jason leaks a scandalous story to the newspapers, Susan gives Zodwa the worst possible advice and Khethiwe gets the results from Mpilo’s paternity test.

An outburst at the funeral leaves everyone shocked and horrified, Nicholas realises he bit off way more than he can chew and Phenyo kisses Dineo.

Patricia urges Sara to take back what’s hers, Choppa keeps a brave face after getting bad news and MJ loses his temper live on air.

Khethiwe misses Khaphela, Zodwa resorts to blackmail to get her job back and Mawande asks Ngamla to stay away from her.

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