Zitha decided to take matters into her own hands to get Jack's attention again in Generations: The Legacy. The sangoma warned Tshidi to get away from Jack. Poor Ayanda is tormented over what had happened to her.
Zitha consulted with a man who could help her get a higher dosage of the medication that Tshidi is taking. Zitha is determined to do whatever it takes to get her man's attention back. The only way she thinks she can do that is by causing Tshidi to have a miscarriage.
Zitha is wiling to pay whatever price to get the medication, which she plans to swap with Tshidi's medication. But will Jack be able to stop her before she carries out her plan?
Viewers were divided over what Zitha was doing. While some were not impressed with Zitha seeking out her own plan to stop Tshidi from having her baby, others sided with her.
Meanwhile, Jack accompanied Tshidi to go see a sangoma for a cleansing ceremony. But when the sangoma had the opportunity, she warned Tshidi to stay clear of Jack because only darkness follows him.
This is what some of the viewers had to say:
Aside from that, viewers were extremely upset with Ayanda getting raped in the previous episode. Seeing her being tormented by what happened is just too real for them.
Poor Ayanda, from being attacked by robbers to her near-death experience with the Vutha virus and now being raped by a client. Viewers said her bad luck is never-ending and a goat needs to be sacrificed.
Take a look at some of the viewers' comments below:
Meanwhile, Joshua thought nothing of what he did and was even sipping champagne the following day to celebrate the success of his launch. When Ayanda went to the office after Smanga called her, the sight of Joshua made her ill and she broke down remembering what he did to her.
Viewers commended the scriptwriters for incorporating the daily struggles of life and documenting when Ayanda visiting the hospital for a rape kit assessment to be performed.
We can't wait for today's episode when Tau comes back from Durban. Will Ayanda tell him?
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