Last night's episode of Generations: The Legacy, saw Lesedi finally realise that she could be pregnant. Tshidi took things a step further to match-make Tau and Ayanda. Gog'Flo came up with a plan to improve business at the coffee shop but it was very illegal. And Tshidi finally chose herself over her husband, and ratted him out to the police.
Unfortunately viewers were left in the dark as the show didn't feature much about the investigation into Skhumbuzo's death, except that police are hot on the trail of Sphe after uncovering her texts from her phone which revealed that she spoke to Skhumbuzo more than once, and that her relationship with him was more than just a doctor-patient one as she claimed.
Gadaffi and Sphe came up with a plan to get a lawyer to help them. The police questioned her after she retained a lawyer and she realised she could be in much deeper trouble than she thought.
Even social media fans feel that it was her who killed Skhumbuzo after all. See this tweet from Oupa Khalanga Baloyi:
Viewers were criticising how the Ezweni Inc building didn't have any stairs, as Tshidi came up with a plan to get Tau and Ayanda stuck together in an elevator to get them closer together.
Check out some of the tweets from viewers last night.
Meanwhile, Tau became frustrated with what Jack Mabaso did by threatening his new investor, and sought out to pay him a visit. The exchange got personal and by the looks of things, he isn't scared to stand up to Jack.
And finally, after much speculation by viewers, the scriptwriter finally revealed that Lesedi is pregnant. He obviously had no choice to work it into the story as viewers pointed out the fact that she had been using a pillow or kitchen counter to hide her bump. Check out the tweets below.
Gog'Zondiwe is up to no good again; this time she came up with a plan to boost business by selling space cookies as part of a coffee special at the shop. Gog'Flo was totally against the idea and put her foot down. It's always so comical to see the two gogos on screen.
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