More drama lies ahead in this week's show, after Jack tries to learn more about Zitha. Zitha challeneged him in the boardroom and won. Now Jack is determined to find out what is her deal behind JMEC. Meanwhile Wandile is threatened by Skhumbuzo if she doesn't come up with the money to repay the loan he gave her.
Jack was outvoted in the boardroom, when Zitha challenged him in keeping the environmental sustainable programmes in tact within the companies after Jack ordered her to drop it as it was out of the budget.
Now he is determined to find out what's her agenda. He plans to dig up her past bu going back to her hometown where she grew up.
Meanwhile, she thought she had won over Smanga again in the boardroom when he voted with her, but he quickly reminded her that it was purely business, nothing else.
Meanwhile poor Wandile, desperate to get R900 more to pay loan shark Skhumbuzo what is due for this week, goes back to sleazy Terry the photographer to try earn some extra cash. But things don't go her way as he refuses to work with her again.
Social media fans felt really sorry for her and commented how sad it was and desperation leads to vunerability. Here are some of the comments trending on Twitter.
There's also a lot going on with Sphe and Gadaffi, who had to spend the entire weekend away taking care of a sick patient. This infuritaes Tshidi, who has now secured the money to pay Skhumbuzo to set up Sphe and reveal she has been playing mob doctor, so her family and socierty can kick her out for good.
Krazy J talked Kabisi into doing a new project, but he lacked tact and that idea came crashing down when he started to get too personal in his questions.
Meanwhile, towards the end of the episode, we see Skhumbuzo forcefully take Wandi to his hideout where he assaults another man for not repaying the loan. He warns her if she doesn't come up with R5000plus the R900 she owes him by the end of this week, the same kind of assault will happen to her.
There's plenty to look forward to this week, Briefly.co.za will keep you updated. Don't forget to share your comments after each episode on Twitter using #Generations:The Legacy.
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