More twists unfolded in last night's episode of Generations: The Legacy. We learnt that Zitha plans to help other to resolve her own problems. But is this what she really needs? Gog'Flo decides to take up the management role at Mocha Mama's against her family's wishes and Wandi ends up borrowing money from a loan shark to sort of her debts.
In last night's episode, Zitha felt she found a solution to her emotional issues. She told Dr Ndlovu that she thinks it's time she stopped focussing on the past and her self-pity, and instead focus her energies on helping others, maybe an NGO or volunteering at a children's orphanage. But is this another cover up, what is Zitha skeeming about now?
Meanwhile Patricia asked Gog'Flo if she would consider managing Mocha Mamas coffee shop until she finds a suitable buyer. And much to her family's dismay, she opted to do it. Lucy didn't seem too impressed but after some convincing by Cosmo, she came around.
Wandile on the other hand, desperate to make some extra cash, and despite Lucy's warning to stay away from loan shark, Skhumbuzo, asks him for help with her money problems.
Cosmo and Mrekza set up their man cave, and like all men, got so caught up in watching the previous night's game on TV, ended up falling asleep on the couch. Lucy wasn't too happy about this, especially waking up alone on Valentine's Day.
Social media fans found this hilarious and even teased that this was the famous men's conference that Mzansi men made up to avoid Valentine's Day. Here are some of the comments.
Tshidi is at cross roads about her decision to take up Tau's offer to join him as CEO at #Hashtag. She also contemplates what she's going to do about getting rid of Sphe once and for all, because she feels Sphe is still a threat to her relationship with Gadaffi.
But Gadaffi could find himself in a lot of trouble now that Skhumbuzo realises that he could very well on take Gadaffi, in order to keep his mob doctor, Sphe.
We can't wait for tonight's episode. Briefly.co.za will keep you informed.
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