Things are going to get warmed in the Seakamela family this Thursday (16 September) when Mantuli 'kai1' gets back to Turfloop.
While her kids, Kwaito (Clement Maosa) and Sthoko (Innocent Sadiki) are praising her return, her little girl, Pretty (Lerato Marabe) and excellent child Clement are going nuts.
A great deal has changed since Mantuli (Dieketseng Mnisi) was shot by Meikie (Harriet Manamela), and left Turfloop for KwaZulu-Natal.
Pretty as of late discovered that she is over ten weeks pregnant with Lehasa's (Cedric Fourie) child.
Forebearing (Vusi Leremi) is subtly dating Kwaito's previous partner Tlotliso (Christmas Mokone), and has no clue about that his beau is a sexually open man who is hitched with youngsters.
MANTULI SHAKES UP THE MAPUTLAS
Mantuli's return will likewise stir up the Maputla family, as John admitted his affections for Mantuli to his sister (Joyce Ledwaba) a couple of days prior.
Meikie discovered that he needed to offer peace so he can have a relationship with his child Kwaito.
This will be the first occasion when that Meikie and Mantuli see each other since the shooting.
John (Africa Tsoai) will attempt to accommodate the two families so he can have a significant relationship with his child mother.
At the point when MEIKIE GETS JAILED
Meikie may get imprisoned for life for endeavoring to kill Mantuli and Kwaito.
She referenced in final evenings scene that her preliminary is coming soon and is very apprehensive with regards to the result.
This is the second time that Meikie shoots somebody, as she shot and killed Tumishang (Mothusi Magano) last year.
Meikie's nonattendance may reignite John and Mantuli's sentiments and the pair may reunite.
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Source: The South African
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