Most viewers of social media have commended the Generations scriptwriter for the best storyline yet. The drama of revealing who killed Skhumbuzo in the soapie is on new levels. Last night, Detective Pele narrowed down the suspect list to just two people - Tshidi and Wandile.
Now that we have a few more details about what happened on the night that Skhumbuzo died, we can safely say it was not Lucy or Sphe but either Tshidi or Wandi who did it.
While many fingers are pointed to the two right now, it is Detective Pele who is stealing the show. Social media users have praised the actor for his skills in investigating.
But the truth is, it looks like the murderer will be revealed sooner than we think. Our bet is on Wandile. Who do you think did it?
Here are more comments from viewers who are trying to guess who the killer is. Most are also pointing to Wandile.
Meanwhile, Detective Pele also received a few mentions on social media. Check out some of the comments below:
Unfortunately, Ayanda's call the previous night did send Tau rushing to see if she was okay. But it didn't save him from falling into Zitha's plan to seduce him. Ayanda ended up with egg on her face for drunk-dialling Tau.
Tau ended up going to the conference where Zitha was waiting anxiously to put her plan into action to help Jack get to Arnold. She fed him a sob story and then tried to seduce him. Check out some of the tweets from last night's episode below:
Things will also get intense in the Moroko household now that Mazwai has found out that Sphe is a suspect in the Skhumbuzo murder case. He was shocked to the core.
Tensions are also flaring in the Diales' house after Cosmo found a whole lot of condoms in Lesedi's room. He and Gog'Flo also discovered that she had been sleeping around with Jerah (Crazy J). Guess he wont be filming them for his hit show any more. We can't wait for them to find out Lesedi is pregnant too.
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