Jack put on a show to reveal that he finally discovered who the blackmailer is on Generations: The Legacy. Gog'Zondiwe suspects something is amiss with Tshidi, and Smanga takes a stand for his country even though risks may follow.
Jack finally decided to end his blackmailing game before he gets caught. He asked Yster to help him put on a show and made Yster take the fall, and Jack rose up as the hero. Sphe begged her father not to kill him, as long as he stayed away from her and her family.
Jack handed the USB with the video footage of Sphe as a mob doctor to her, and she destroyed it. But we wonder what Gadaffi and Mazwi will have to say about this.
Unfortunately, Jack could not push Smanga into a corner like he thought. Smanga refused to be bought and stood up for his beliefs in doing things the right way, and for his country. He refused to let the Russians rule the country.
Unfortunately Jack could not push Smanga into a corner like he thought. Smanga refused to be bought and stood up for his beliefs in doing things the right way, and for his country. He refused to let the Russians rule the country.
After being told about the evidence, his gun which was used to kill Ndumiso Makheke, Smanga decided to reveal the truth to the public and step down from his position as the leader of the NIP, and put politics behind him.
Viewers were really pleased with his decision and that someone finally outplayed Jack in his game, even though Smanga didn't know it was Jack behind all of this.
Meanwhile, Tshidi is concerned about whose child she's carrying and visited the gynaecologist to find out how many weeks' pregnant she is, but it's too early to tell. Gog'Zondiwe suspected something is amiss when Tshidi didn't show much excitement about her pregnancy as expected. She hasn't even told Kumkani yet.
Even fans guess that all hell will break lose when Kumkani finds out if the baby is Jack's.
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