Isindingo fans were shook after Nina had a curse put on Lincoln

Isindingo fans were shook after Nina had a curse put on Lincoln

- Nina found out that Lincoln is after her son for revenge

- She sought help from the sangoma and put a curse on him

- Poor Hendrik found out that he was not getting his job back and Ntando was quiet forceful with his offer

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The shebeen haunting has just become the least of Nina’s worries. She clopped Lincoln’s gallop of revenge and decides to strike first.

She refused to sit back while Lincoln went after her son. Cebisa was right there by her and willing to do whatever it takes to make Lincoln understand that he does not call the shots. saw that Nina went straight to Lincoln and warned him to stay away from her son.

He tried to threaten her, but Nina did not back down. She means business, despite accepting fault for what she did to him.

It did not stop thee though. In secret, Nina called in the sangoma to put a curse on Lincoln and make him suffer for even thinking that he could hurt her son. Yus, a bit much there Nina.

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Shortly after meeting with the sangoma, we saw Lincoln feeling unwell. Kante, can the curse be working this quickly? We are in disbelief.

Hendrik met with Ntando regarding his reinstatement. To all of our shock, Ntando turned around and offered him a lump sum instead.

Ntando said that his position is more valuable in the hands of a young black man and that they no longer have a need for him. Shame, Ntando was harsh.

Viewers were not happy with the way Ntando treated Hendrik.

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Poor Hendrik felt extremely overwhelmed with the offer and sought help from Mpumi. The poor man knows that his age is against him and now, after Ntando’s spiel, he feels that his race is too.

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