New business ideas and high suspicions brew on this week's Generations

New business ideas and high suspicions brew on this week's Generations

Friday's episode of Generations The Legacy, was filled to the brim with exciting news and big plans. Gog'Flo plans on opening a small business venture for herself. Tshidi plans on helping Ezweni Inc kand its big whale to sustain the business and Zitha is cooking up some mischievous thoughts in her head.

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After Gog'Flo said she was bored at doing nothing at home, Wandile gave her a business idea to supply cookies for the local coffee sop. Gog'Flo jumped to the idea about having her onw life, and not just sitting at home wasting her days.

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Meanwhile Zitha has her suspicions when an innocent moment between two colleagues are misconstrued. It's obvious that she isn't over Smanga and still wants to control him.

Even a Twitter fan voiced his concerns over the strange Zitha. He wrote: "I wonder what's her problem...kufanele amukele iqiniso lokuthi uyaphumelela. (She must accept the truth that she’s succeeding).

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Lastly, Tshidi decides to take matters in her own hands when Smanga tells her not to seek new clients for Ezweni Inc, because the company can't afford it right now. She meets with a new client anyway. This will surely backfire and cause more tensions between Ayanda, Smanga and herself.

On the home front, Tshidi plans to snap pics of Gadaffi and Sphe and send it anonymously to Mazwi, to let him deal with Sphe. She still thinks Sphe and her hubby, Gadaffi, are having an affair.

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This week Generations promises to be more exciting than ever. Briefly.co.za will keep you in tuned with day to day reviews of the drama series.

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