Ayanda fell drastically ill in last night's episode on Generations: The Legacy. But thankfully Sphe is aware of her symptoms and managed to get a medical team to her just in time. Meanwhile, Tshidi was upset with the paternity test results.
Ayanda was the next person to show the same symptoms as the man who died in hospital. Luckily for her, Sphe - -being the great doctor she is, rushed to her aid in the nick of time with a medical crew to transfer back to hospital. She treated Ayanda for her symptoms but told her about the virus.
There's a huge possibility that the virus is contagious and Sphe is taking all the necessary steps to contain it. She and another doctor are working on finding out who else had been in contact with the man who died in hospital.
Ayanda killed it in her her scene in the hospital; at least, viewers thought so.
Viewers were really impressed with the tale of the virus being brought into the script, even though they are still trying to find out what it is. To put you in the clear, its not Ebola as everyone is guessing but a virus that the man contracted while out in the Amazon.
Take a look at some of the comments filtering through on Twitter.
Meanwhile, Tshidi got ther paternity tests results back and she was crushed that the baby she is carrying isnt Kumkani's. Tshidi even considered aborting the baby and telling Kumkani she had a miscarriage just because she doesnt want to lie to him and carry this lie about Kumkani being the father of the baby for the rest of her life.
Unfortunately, Sphe found out the truth, and although she doesn't know who the real father of the baby she feels she should tell Kumkani that the baby isn't his. Mazwai advises her not to get involved, but can Sphe keep a secret?
Kumkani, on the other hand, is so excited about becoming a father that even when Tshidi tried to tell him the truth, she couldn't.
Here's what some of the viewers had to say:
Meanwhile, Jerah finally got some good news: Tau told him that he is getting one last chance to prove himself or he could face being fired. Let's hope he learnt his lesson and can move onwards and upwards.
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