This week on Generations: The Legacy promises to be another action-packed week. The Vutha virus claimed another life in Friday's episode and seems to be spreading across the country. Meanwhile, Kumkani finally learnt the truth about Tshidi's pregnancy but doesn't know who the father is.
After speaking to Mazwai about the seriousness of the Vutha virus, Tau decided to hold a press conference in the hopes that it will push the government to find a cure and give them answers they need urgently.
Meanwhile, the virus has spread to Cape Town after an infected person travelled by minibus to another province. More people are infected and doctors soon realised they have a pandemic on their hands.
Lerato was shocked to see her friend, Amy, brought into the quarantine unit and in a really bad state. Amy didn't cope well with the virus and then succumbed to the disease. Her sudden passing places more fear in other patients who are also in the quarantine unit, including Lerato, Smanga and Sphe.
Viewers have taken to Twitter to commend the scriptwriters on their storytelling.
Others found it really amusing and shared memes of how they are watching the show, from using shopping bags over their head to full protective gear.
Others were more shocked that the Vutha virus on Generations: The Legacy was trending on Twitter. Check out the comments below:
Meanwhile, Kumkani did some digging and found out that Tshidi lied about having a DNA test to reveal the gender of her baby. The DNA test was for a paternity test. He confronted Tshidi and she was forced into telling him the truth, that she slept with someone else. Kumkani was furious and felt so betrayed that his wife could lie to him like that.
Tshidi is scared as she has no clue what Kumkani will do next. She did not tell Kumkani who she slept with and when he find out it was Jack, he is really gonna hit the roof.
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