It looks like this month's Generations: The Legacy will be fueled with action, as Jack unfolds his plan to get Smanga in the centre of the nuclear deal with the Russians. Meanwhile, Lesedi has made her decision to go away to the Cape to study through correspondence and have her baby.
Lesedi finally made the decision to go away before anyone starts to notice she is pregnant, especially Jerah. She makes her decision to leave this Friday, after telling Jerah that she got a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity at one of the prestigious schools, and so couldn't refuse it. Jerah, not wanting her to miss this opportunity, is supporting her move but also doesn't want to lose her and suggested a long-distance relationship.
Meanwhile Lucy's plan is to help Wandi was to get her a passport and some cash for her to flee Mzansi. She explains to Wandi that she wont survive having to live in jail for 10 years if she is convicted of murder. Wandi said she couldn't leave her home and is worying about where she would go.
A viewer took to social media and said that R50 000 cash was not enough for anyone to start a new life afresh, especially abroad. Check out the tweet below.
But other users were hoping that Lucy's plan would help Wandi to escape. They were so on point. Check out their tweets below:
Meanwhile, just before Ayanda and Tau returned to the real world from their conference, they managed to spend some time together and speak about what happened between them in the past. They also shared a romantic kiss, and could this mean they will rekindle their love for each other? Only time will tell.
Tshidi and Gadaffi are back together now, and viewers are happy about it.
Gadaffi is on a war-path to find out who has the video footage that Skhumbuzo was bribing Sphe with. We still don't know what's on that video footage. He ruffled up a few people to get his message across, that he needs to get that video ASAP. A person called Yster witnessed the assault in the bar and raised a few questions with Cosmo. But is he the police informant or someone who actually knows where the video tape is?
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