Last night on Generations: The Legacy, Ndumiso went to the media about the Russian connection to the IBM, which is where Smanga received his funding for his political campaign. Now all eyes are on Smanga and his election campaign. Meanwhile, Tau wouldn't stand for Jerah's unprofessional and unethical work ethic, and finally suspends Jerah. Mpho was threatened for Jerah's non-payment to the locals for his doccie.
After the sneaky Ndumiso went to the media to smear Smanga's political campaign, the Moroka household was inundated with paparazzi, journalists and people wanting to find out what's happening. The Morokas had to increase security at their home and businesses.
Kabisi warned Smanga that this is why the Morokas stayed out of politics, because there's so much tensions and drama. But Smanga has become more driven and focused on clearing his name, that he is stumbling all over people who he once respected - Ayanda and Kabisi,
Viewers also agreed that Smanga was way over his head. Take a look at a comment from an avid fan below.
Meanwhile, the Moroka household also found out that Sphe had resigned from the hospital, but thanks to Mazwai, they covered up the truth and her implication in the blackmailing, by saying Sphe just wanted to spend more time with her daughter, Rori.
Sphe wasn't happy about lying to the family, but played along with Mazwai's lies. Here are some comments from tweeps:
Zitha tried to tell Sphe the truth about her dating Sphe's father, Jack Mabaso, but was cut off by Sphe. Zitha feels awkward keeping this from her friend, but is scared to lose Sphe's friendship when the truth finally comes out.
Crazy J finally told Tau the truth. How he conned him into signing the release forms and working on the doccie that Tau deliberately ordered him not to do. Tau finally let the young Moroka have it and suspended him, pending an internal investigation.
Finally, Detective Pele is determined to get answers on how Wandi escaped, he is looking into Wandi's prison visitors, both Sphe and Lucy. We wonder if he will ever uncover the truth or just be chasing ghosts.
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