Jerah steps up as a father and Smanga takes a risk in 'Generations'

Jerah steps up as a father and Smanga takes a risk in 'Generations'

Jerah wants to take responsibility for his actions and step up as a father in Generations: The Legacy. Smanga is determined to risk his life with potential treatment than to stay blind. Lucy gave Mrekza an ultimatum. Lerato became concerned when Mpho rallied up the staff at Skaftin.

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Jerah finally realised that he may hold some leverage over the Morokas as being the only man who can provide an heir to the family. This new realisation plays on Jerah's mind, which he knows could earn him some respect if he took the responsibility to be a father and show his family that he is not just a push-over or a child.

Jerah confronted his family and told them hwa is ready to take responsibility and be a father to Lesedi's unborn child. Mazwi and Sphe were a little shocked but Kabisi agreed with Jerah when he mentioned that it would help win over the Diales.

After Kabisi's reaction to suddenly side with him, Jerah realised he was making the right decision. But after some research on what it's like to be a good father, Jerah realised its not going to be as easy as he thought. He would have to give up a lot and put this child first.

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Viewers were split in their reactions to Jerah's decision. While some thought it was noble and good of Jerah, others thought that Jerah was still being a spoilt immature brat who knows nothing about being a responsible young man.

Take a look at some of the comments from Twitter:

Meanwhile, viewers were also shocked with Lucy's lust for money when she tried to convince Lesedi that it was better to give the child to the Morokas as it would make her life easier. She stressed that raising a child on her own would destroy her dreams of ever being successful in life, as her life would have to revolve around the baby and nothing else.

For those who didn't know, the Morokas offered to pay the Diales R1 million to take custody of Lesedi's unborn child. All because the baby is boy, who will be the heir the Moroka family.

Meanwhile, Lucy and Boipelo got into another spat. This time Boipelo locked Lucy in her flat and took away the keys. She demanded that Lucy mop the floors and start acting like a wife in her own house.

Lucy wouldn't have any of that and so gave Mrekza an ultimatum, that he either kick Boipelo out of their house or she wasn't going back home.

But Mrekza had a good point, that when you get married, your life and focus are supposed to change and you put your husband or wife first, and everything else second.

Meanwhile, Smanga was determined to risk his life with illegal stem cell treatment if it could help him regain his eyesight.

Zitha showed a soft spot for her ex when she asked her doctor friend, Kobus, to get hold of the proper stem cells from overseas so she could help Smanga. She felt like she owed him this much for all that he did for trying to help her when their relationship was on the rocks.

Sphe warned Smanga about the risks for this operation using stem cells, but he begged her to help by performing the surgery herself. Will she agree?

Meanwhile, Mpho was upset that Cosmo had short paid the staff without notification and even threatening to retrench some of them. This really pushed buttons and Mpho felt that they had rights too, and so convinced the staff in joining him to down tools.

Lerato was worried that this could blow up in all their faces.

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