In last night's episode of Generations: The Legacy, Smanga had to deal with a new crisis at Ezweni Inc after information about their shady deal with Mega Brands was leaked to the press. Sphe and Gadaffi got away from the police in the nick of time, thanks to Skhumbuzo. Only problem is Skhumbuzo has "sold" Sphe as the mob doctor to a notorious criminal. Wandile is stressed out of her mind and is caught between a rock and a hard place. Mawzi commits himself to a new career path.
Someone leaked information about Ezweni Inc's shady deal with Mega Brands to the media, which was plastered all over newspapers, leaving Smanga in a crisis to make quick decisions to save the company's reputation.
Smanga and Ayanda come up with a plan to approach Joshua of Mega Brands again, but this time leave Tshidi out of the equation. This infuriates Tshidi who confronts him and says it was her that landed Ezweni Inc's big fish in the first place. Once again, she feels her efforts are being sidelined.
Meanwhile Tshidi's plan to bust and incriminate Sphe backfires when Skhumbuzo calls Gadaffi to tell him to get out of the shack because the police are gonna raid the place. Gadaffi gets Sphe out in the nick of time. But now realises someone tried to set him up. But we learnt that Skhumbuzo had other plans for Sphe. He "sold" her to a more notorious criminal called The Ghost.
Viewers were outraged and took to Twitter to share their comments:
This tweet referred to the policemen's comment: "Don't move" after they broke down the shack door.
Meanwhile Wandi is struggling to make a decision about Skhumbuzo's new deal. He torments her at work. Wandi leaves a message on Lucy's phone telling her she's desperate for this whole thing to be over and is even considering taking Skhumbuzo up on his offer, to sleep with him to wipe out her debt. Wandi is a transgender.
Viewers are still horrified at his sick suggestion and expressed their feelings on Twitter.
Finally Mazwi rejects Smanga's offer to join him at Ezweni Inc and has made his mind up on a new career path.
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