When Mantuli 'kai1' returns to Turfloop on Thursday (16 September), things are going to become hot in the Seakamela family.
While her children, Kwaito (Clement Maosa) and Sthoko (Innocent Sadiki), are overjoyed at her homecoming, her daughter, Pretty (Lerato Marabe), and grandson Clement are terrified.
Since Mantuli (Dieketseng Mnisi) was shot by Meikie (Harriet Manamela) and fled Turfloop for KwaZulu-Natal, a lot has changed.
She just discovered that she is more than 10 weeks pregnant with Lehasa's (Cedric Fourie) child.
Clement (Vusi Leremi) is secretly seeing Kwaito's old colleague Tlotliso (Christmas Mokone) and is unaware that his lover is a bisexual married man with children.
THE MAPUTLAS ARE SHOCKED BY MANTULI.
Mantuli's homecoming will also cause consternation in the Maputla family, since John just revealed his love for Mantuli to his sister (Joyce Ledwaba).
Meikie discovered that he wanted to make apologies in order to establish a connection with his son Kwaito.
Meikie and Mantuli will see each other for the first time since the filming.
John (Africa Tsoai) will make an effort to reconcile both families in order to have a meaningful connection with his baby mother.
WHEN MEIKIE IS IMPRISONED IN JAIL
Meikie may face life in prison for trying to kill Mantuli and Kwaito.
She stated in last night's show that her trial is approaching and that she is quite concerned about the result.
Meikie shoots someone for the second time; she shot and murdered Tumishang (Mothusi Magano) last year.
Meikie's absence may rekindle John and Mantuli's emotions, and the couple may reconcile.
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