Isidingo fans are rooting for Gatanga: Dlangamandla and Nina must fall

Isidingo fans are rooting for Gatanga: Dlangamandla and Nina must fall

- Fans have realised that the witchcraft story line is not going anywhere soon, so they decided to join forces and shout Gatanga home

- Gatanga tried to warn Lincoln again tonight, despite the shame he has put on his family, and again, Lincoln wanted to hear nothing

- Tonight got interesting when Gatanga crossed paths with Dlangamandla, fans feel a sangoma war coming

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The witchcraft drama continued tonight on Isidingo. Viewers have realised that it is going nowhere, despite their displeasure. So, instead of wasting time complaining, they have decided to get on board.

Viewers are behind Gatanga all the way and feel that it is now their duty to shout him home. They refuse to let evil triumph.

Gatanga has only done but good by his ancestors. He jumped to help Lincoln, a man who has put shame on his family, in respect of his ancestors wishes.

He knew that it was his duty to warn Lincoln of what he had seen, despite Lincoln’s disbelief. Fans have been super impressed with his loyalty to his craft. Gatanga is no fake.

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Gatanga saw that Lincoln would lose his vision, but no one will believe him. The poor man is doing the most to save Lincoln, shame.

Viewers cannot deal with the other characters ignorance anymore. Can someone open their eyes and see that Gatanga is the answer!

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An interesting moment took place when Gatanga attempted to go and warn Lincoln. He spotted Dlangamandla and instantly sensed her evil.

Fans feel a sangoma war coming and they cannot wait. Gatanga, we are behind you all the way.

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