Last night on Generations: The Legacy, Kumkani was moved by his wife's touching words, but little did he know that it would be the last time he was with her. Crazy J was floored when he saw two brothers lock horns in the Moroka house. Lucy was shocked when a customer insisted on seeing her.
Sphe, Tshidi and Gog'Zondiwe made the final arrangements to carry out their plan to fake Tshidi's death in hospital. Tshidi said her final goodbyes again, without revealing too much.
She left Kumkani with the impression that she had forgiven him and is looking forward to moving back home with him. Tshidi's was hoping this would help him move on after she's gone, knowing that she loved him so much.
Tshidi is left with no choice but to fake her death to get Jack to leave her alone. She has to make her death so believable that no one will question it and accept that she is gone for good. With the help of her doctor, Sphe, and her mother, Gog'Zondiwe, she's hoping to pull off the biggest lie ever.
But some viewers weren't happy about her drawn-out departure and believe faking her death was a bit too much. Here are a few comments.
Tweeps even questioned Sphe assisting Tshidi in this manner. As a doctor, she is violating all rules and doctor codes.
Meanwhile, Crazy J was floored when Smanga confronted Mazwi about him badmouthing Ezweni Inc to his clients, Mega Brands in particular.
Viewers thought it was ironic that Mazwi mentioned the scandals that Smanga was involved in to Joshua, when he himself is a dirty man - a rapist.
The Moroka brothers have really taken this war between them to new levels. Crazy J was shocked to see them almost come to blows. Oh, it's on now!
Meanwhile, Cosmo arranged for Mrekza to come back. He told Lucy that there was a customer waiting to see her in the bar. She was shocked to see who it was. Will Lucy and Mrekza reconcile their differences and get back together?
Meanwhile, Ayanda is still seeing a counsellor to help her get over her rape incident. Ayanda is determined to put everything behind her and get back to her normal life, but will ignoring and not confronting what had happened help her?
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