- Lindiwe tricked miners into signing over their land and Tumi was used as the pawn
- Veronica made her debut on the show, but she did not make a good impression
- Malefu still wants nothing to do with Tumi and we understand why
The River’s Lindiwe is fearless. The queen of mining has no remorse and will do whatever it takes to get what she wants and to protect her business interests, reported ZAlebs.
With each new episode, the mining mogul throws another curve ball. He business drive and ruthlessness, it oddly impressive.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Lindiwe Dlamini never lets a stumbling block stop her. It is like she can see the future; she is always prepared, well in advance.
There has been so much going on in the show lately that it is possible to have missed something, and we don’t want that. So we decided to give you the highlights of Liniwe’s wrath from this week.
Lindiwe blindsided the Refilwe community with ease.
After promising the community 30% of Khanyisa Diamonds, we all got a little hope that she had turned a new leaf. Well, we were all wrong. Walter was the only one who did not have his blinkers on.
Tumi took the flak for Lindiwes’s blind siding ways.
She used Tumi to convince the miners to sign over the share papers. After leaving everyone high and dry, poor Tumi sat having to pick up the pieces of the empty promise.
Now that you all caught-up on Lindiwe, let’s move onto some other important events that took place this week on The River.
We were introduced to a new character.
If the show was not drama filled enough, we were introduced to a new drama driven character, Veronica, this week too.
From latching to an old dying man who is supposedly her husband, to ducking and diving the police due to an alleged kidnapping, Veronica is just a walking, breathing entity of trouble. Oh, did we mention the fact that she cheated on her dying husband with Khabzela too? That says it all.
Tumi and her family drama.
A silver lining in The River, think twice. Tumi and her family are still butting heads.
Her father, Malefu wants nothing to do with her, but can we really blame him? Tumi literally wrote them off and pretended like they did not exist, she got an entire new family for haven sakes. Not something you just get over.
The River brought some intensity with it this week that had us on the edge of our seats. Unfortunately, we have to wait till next week to see how all the drama unfolds.
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