Isidingo: Nina's spirit issue is out and Hendrik makes Lalage cringe

Isidingo: Nina's spirit issue is out and Hendrik makes Lalage cringe

- Now that the shebeen incident has been broadcast on the radio, the entire deep knows about Nina's spirit issue

- She decided to get a second option and she ended up with the same result

- Poor Hendrik realised that Lalage is embarrassed of him and called her out on it

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The scene that took place at Nina's shebeen last night, became the talk of the town.

A singer who performed at the shebeen last night, was smacked by the ghost of Hector. As if it was not bad enough that those who were at the shebeen saw, the incident made radio and now the whole of the deep knows.

Gatanga's friends heard the news over the radio and could not believe their ears. He warned them and they did not listen. gathered that all this ghost drama, is definitely not good for business.

Nina is at her whits end and she just wants Gatanga to make it go away. Mzansi does not think that it will be that easy though.

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Cebisa suggested that Nina get a second opinion from another sangoma. This did not go well at all. Hector's spirit is a real as day. This sangoma saw it all, just as Gatanga explained. There is no running from this one Nina.

The sangoma feels that a quick 20k can rectify the issue. Money, for a dead man? Viewers found this very fishy.

Lalage takes Hendrik to meet one of her business friends.

Hendrik was asked what he does for a living and when he openly admitted that he was unemployed, you could feel Lalage cringing. Shame, the man was just being honest.

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We were not the only ones who saw Lalage's disgust, poor Hendrik saw it too. He called her out on it and she went straight for the defense. Poor Hendrik.

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