- Nina got the shock of her life when Lincoln showed her that he has her son
- Lincoln is playing with fire as Nina fired back twice as hard
- Hendrik took Mpumi's advice and gained some self confidence
Tonight’s episode saw a lot of fearless decisions being made. Nina struck at Lincoln again and Hendrik decided to follow Mpumi’s advice.
As suspected, Nina will not stop until she is sure that Lincoln is unable to harm her son.
This evening, she went to see if the sangoma’s curse was working and got the shock of her life.
Lincoln pulled out his phone, video called one of his men and showed Nina that he has her son. Nina was crippled by the situation.
Briefly.co.za saw Nina fill with rage. She contacted the sangoma and asked for advice on how to make Lincoln suffer, by taking his sight. This means war.
We then saw Lincoln calling for Ntando as he thought the power had failed. His vision started failing, just like that. What a wow. Viewers however, found it more amusing than concerning though.
Hendrik was faced with a big decision last night when Ntando offered him a substantial amount of money instead of giving him his job back.
After seeking advice from Mpumi, Hendrik has decided to capitalise on the situation and invest his money wisely.
Lalage saw him reading a Business Management book and questioned it, so Hendrik told her his plan. Back to her heartless ways, she expressed her disbelief and did not believe that he was capable of starting a business.
At least he has Mpumi. He went to meet with her again and she really is doing the most for him. Mpumi told him to know his worth and not just accept whatever Ntando offers him.
She gives Hendrik the kind of support that he should be getting from Lalage.
So, Hendrik went straight to Ntando and stated his case. He said it straight, “What you are offering me, after all this time, is a slap in the face,” Hendrik said with confidence. Yusssss, finally.
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