Sphe finally broke down after carrying the strain of the blackmailing issue for the last couple of months; she opened up to Jack in Generations: The Legacy. But Sphe was crushed to find out the truth about Zitha and Jack and Lerato learnt about Smanga's online profile.
We knew that it was only a matter of time before Jack got his way with Sphe, he always does. After carrying months of strain, Sphe finally broke down and sought her father's help. She cried so much and knew her father would be the only one to help her.
Jack took this opportunity to comfort his daughter, knowing he finally had won her over and thinks he can get closer to her and his granddaughter. Jack even promises Sphe that he is here for her and he would never let her down.
Viewers were really sceptical about their reunion. We all know that Jack is only using Sphe to get closer to the Morokas.
Meanwhile, Sphe has another surprise waiting for her. As she was chatting to her dad, in walked Zitha. Sphe finally found out that Zitha and her father Jack are in a relationship. She was more than shocked and also really angry at Zitha for betraying her.
Meanwhile to stay safe, Smanga got an illegal gun. He is also visited by Petrov, the Russian who funded his campaign, and was asked how is he going to help secure their nuclear deals in the country. But Smanga stood firm and tall and said he will not be bought and instead will stand for his principals and cleaner energy, not nuclear plants.
Viewers were really taken back by the political campaigns in the soapie and compared it to South Africa's current political state. Check out their comments below:
Meanwhile, after Smanga left the office, Lerato found his laptop and as she snooped through it, she found out that he uses an alternate name in a support group for men who have suffered abuse. The question is, what will Lerato do with this newfound information?
Detective Pele finally decided to drop his investigation into Wandi's disappearance as he has no leads to work with.
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