'The Herd' shocks social media with an exciting new plot twist

'The Herd' shocks social media with an exciting new plot twist

It appears that last week’s episode about the ox liver seems to have been erased from viewers’ memory as tensions run high as the race to find Kayise gets underway.

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Nyambose and MaMangadi are on the hunt for Kayise after they agree to sacrifice her to keep the family's reputation afloat.

Nyambose sacrificed his first wife and Kayise's mother to regain his wealth, but now second wife MaMangadi is pushing him to offer his daughter as the next tribute.

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When the time is ready for the sacrifice, Kayise is nowhere to be found as she has been kidnapped by Lwandle.

The biggest surprise came when MaMangadi used the 'death fire' to help her find Kayise and Lwandle by using a piece of cloth, but as she looks into the flames to see where they are, she can only see her reflection.

This revelation has tweeps wondering if it could be possible for Lwandle to be her daughter.

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'The Herd' features a strong theme of witchcraft and its becoming a force to be reckoned with as the first season of the show draws to a close.

The season only has 13 episodes and tweeps are worried that they are not going to get all the answers they are looking for by the time the season ends. Although the writers seem to have a lot more up their sleeves for the next few episodes.

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