The one couple whose love affair has been envied and admired by the whole country. From Zekhethelo struggling with relationships all her life, to finally finding love in what seems to be the ultimate gentleman, pastor Sambulo Gwala.
Many might have seen this coming, with Nkunzi, Zekhethelo's father having a past of carousing and womanizing it's as good as possible that he has more than his share of kids out there in the world. Nkunzi's past choices come to haunt him and hurt his beloved daughter at the same time as she will learn on their wedding day, that Sambulo is her brother.
Just before the wedding, Sambulo's mother will meet with Nkunzi, that's when Sobhuza's words will start to make sense about him having an estranged son. Sambulo's mother will then convince Nkunzi that he has to stop the wedding to prevent the two love birds from tying the knot.
This will break Zekhethelo's heart very badly, and it might even create a much greater drift between her and her father who she claimed, always finds a way to hurt her and all his supposed loved ones. Since maMadlala and maDongwe realised what a bad Mamfundisi, Zekhethelo is turning out to be, this will bring much delight to the two ladies who never seem to miss the next gossip scoop.
Will Zekhethelo ever find love? Will Uzalo ever give us a happily ever after? Or will this 'it will end in tears' trail be one of the show's signature features? Only way to find out is to stay tuned on SABC1,Mondays to Fridays at 20h30.
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