As the investigation gets closer to revealing who killed Skhumbuzo on Generations: The Legacy, the four alleged suspects are shocked to see each other summoned to the police station for questioning all at once. Who will take the fall for this one?
Last night's episode was a little tense as more information was gradually released about who could have killed Skhumbuzo. Just when you thought perhaps Tshidi or Lucy was in the clear, or that Sphe is too innocent to have done it, fingers start pointing towards them.
But who is responsible for this? Even Wandile is stressing too much. And although viewers think she hasd all the motive to do it, did she really?
Detective Pele is working overtime to get to the bottom of this even though the evidence gathered thus far was destroyed in the fire in the evidence room. We all know who caused the fire - Gadaffi to save his precious wife and clear her and Lucy's names. Check out the teaser below that has had viewers on the edge of their seats:
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Here are some of the comments from viewers so far, who are playing detective from their homes.
Meanwhile Zitha revealed a darker side of herself when she suggested a way she could help Jack get to Tau for double-crossing him. She suggests she 'distracts' Tau while Jack takes care of Arnold and gets him to sign over his #Hashtag shares to him. We all know that this is Zitha's way of taking her revenge out on Tau too. Check out the comments below.
Viewers thought Lerato's speech to Lesedi about being honest with herself and the people around her was brilliant. We hope Lesedi realises that her pregnancy is not going to go away. Even a fan agreed that we all need that one friend like Lerato who gives us that much-needed reality check at times. Check the tweets from viewers.
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