Someone finally has Wandile's back in Generations: The Legacy. Lucy stands up to Skhumbuzo and tells him to stay away from "her people". An unexpected visitor lands on the Phakades doorstep and Lungiswa innocently reveals a crucial piece of information to Jack.
After Lucy catches Wandile stealing a patron's wallet at the shebeen, she accidently learns that Wandile is been threatened and harassed by loan shark, Skhumbuzo. Lucy is furious with Wandi but still has a soft spot for her, she treats Wandi like her little sister. She breaks a bottle at the shebeen during a confrontation with Skhumbuzo and warns him to stay away from Wandi. She reminds him that she is Mama Sgebengu and she can kill him.
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Meanwhile while chatting to Lungiswa, Jack uncovers the truth about Zitha. She is the daughter of Zola Radebe. But Jack still thinks there's more to what Zitha is after. What will he do with this new found information.
Tshidi has finally paid Skhumbuzo half the money to start his job to implicate Sphe in a scandal that will damage her reputation as a doctor and her relationship with her family. All this so she can have Gadaffi to herself and away from Sphe (whom she thinks he's having an affair with).
Tau informs Joshua from Mega Brands that Ezweni Inc is using third party data mining to secure their deal. Joshua is shattered about Smanga, Tshidi and Ayanda's lies and calls off the deal. Ezweni Inc will be lost without their big fish client.
Meanwhile Smanga has just taken on Lerato as a shadowing student at Ezweni Inc.
Gog'Flo decides to send Lucy and Cosmo to the Cape to attend a relative's funeral.
Tshidi and Gadaffi have to pick up the pieces when Mpho lands on their doorstep after being expelled from school.
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