Jack - being the sneaky and manipulative man that he is - found a way to get to someone in the Moroka house so he could get leverage over Smanga. Meanwhile, after collapsing and ending up in hospital for tests, Tshidi got some pretty intense news. Crazy J was stunned when Kabisi let his ole pals from Alex into the Moroka house.
Jack bugged Smanga's computer and found a loophole to get into the Moroka house and find the leverage he needed over Smanga. All this because Smanga refuses to be bought by the Russians.
Jack got a man to enter the Moroka hosuehold supposedly as pest control to exterminate the ants, and lo-and-behold, the man went into the study and found Smanga's unlicensed gun. Jack then got someone to shoot Smanga's nemesis, Ndumiso Makeke with Smanga's gun.
Jack believes that when Smanga realises it was his gun that killed Ndumiso, Smanga will have no choice but to do as the Russians want, to cover his tracks. After all, it was the Russians who have rigged the campaign to get him to the top.
Meanwhile, viewers were not impressed with Jack's manipulative ways. Guess it's because he always wins as a villain. Check out some of the tweets from viewers.
Meanwhile, Tshidi fainted and was rushed to hospital by Gog'Zondiwe. After a few hours waiting for results, she learned that she is pregnant. Viewers have been guessing who's baby she is carrying, Jack or Kumkani's. Take a look at the comments below.
Crazy J got an unexpected visit from the boys from Alex who helped him do the doccie. Kabisi found out and was furious with him. He ordered him to pay them their dues and never hang out with people like them again. Kabisi was very upset that Jerah is not abiding by the family rules.
Kabisi also blew his lid off when he found out their house was infested with ants because Jerah had stuffed left -ver pizza under his bed. Some viewers thought that was hilarious.
Another viewer caught Sphe's line and thought the scriptwriter was making a referral to Mampintsha. Take a look below.
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