Wandi finally made her exit out of Generations: The Legacy last night and viewers were all for it. Zitha was grateful to Jack for helping her sister, Wandi. Ayanda was upset at her colleagues for forcing her hand in business and Sphe was frustrated that Mazwai wouln't tell her the truth about his dealings with the private investigator.
Jack Mabaso was the one responsible for the staged ambush and freeing Wandi from harm's way. Although he pretends that nothing affects him, we are starting to see how much family means to him, and that's why he went out of his way to help Zitha, because she asked him to protect her sister.
It looks like Zitha and Jack are the perfect match. They both have the same ideals and will do anything to protect their own interests.
But viewers really enjoyed Jack turning out to be a hero this time around. We love that he's showing us a different side of him, despite having his manipulative ways.
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But all attention was on Wandi as she made her grand exit. Jack secured her a place to stay, money and a job far away. Probably in another country as well. But Zitha didn't want to know the details as she said both she and Wandi have clean slates to start afresh.
Viewers shared different sentiments about Wandi, but the truth is she played her role perfectly. Check out some of the comments trending on Twitter:
Meanwhile, Jerah had some explaining to do after the Morokas questioned him about what he was doing in an abandoned warehouse when he got beaten up. Jerah finally came clean about everything, from taking the camera equipment without permission and filming his doccie when he was ordered not to, and getting caught up with some bad people in Alex.
The Morokas were not impressed. We cant wait to see what Tau has to say when he finds out. Tau will probably fire Jerah.
Meanwhile, Smanga - feeling the pressure for getting funds for his election campaign - sought the help of his colleagues at Ezweni Inc. Ayanda was not pleased when she found out that Smanga wanted her to do some data mining for his election campaign, as she thinks it's unethical. But Smanga and Tshidi only see it was a means to make money, nothing else.
Ayanda was upset at the way Smanga threatened her to get on board with his plan and said he'll fight her on it in the boardroom.
On the other hand, Smanga tried to iron out any issues with Lerato. Lerato made a pass on her boss, Smanga, last week, and he rejected her and now things are really awkward for them both. But Smanga wanted things to go back to the way they were, when they shared a good working relationship. He told her to pretend nothing had happened.
This is what tweeps had to say:
Sphe was rather frustrated that Mazwai did not want to tell her what's going on with tracking their lead in the blackmail ordeal. She visited her father, Jack, and asked him to please let this whole ordeal disappear.
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