Coming up on Keeping Score
this September 2017:
Monday 4 September 2017
Take Each Game As It Comes
Eshe tells Botho about the ESI offer and asks Dineo for her blessing to marry Jade but Dineo is homophobic. When Lily freaks out about her missing chocolates, Mbazo and Jade teach Sara a lesson about stealing sweets.
Tladi can't find Kagiso, to prove his innocence, and also fights with Ashanti. Warona takes a job as Mmamosa's PA, fights with Justice and moves into Ashanti's room. Tladi and Justice drink and swear off women. Botho hears them and worries about the future of her family.
Tuesday 5 September 2017
On The Ball
Mmamosa finds out about Justice's gambling addiction and goads him into a bet then scornfully tells him she knew him long ago.
Ashanti announces their engagement and Tladi makes a speech but his feelings for Botho are clear. Ashanti blames Botho, who retaliates by telling her that Tladi is Justice's son.
Austin offers Jade a place in the Gymnastics World Champs team. Botho is devastated to find that Eshe is also leaving. Alex crashes the ASA Awards and provokes Lebona to fight. Lebona goes for a run to work off steam and unwittingly steps into the path of an oncoming car.
Monday 11 September 2017
Follow The Leader
Everyone is worried about Lebona, who is alive but paralysed. Justice tries to persuade Eshe and Tladi to become ASA’s trainers until Lebona returns. Eshe and Jade buy themselves an extra month at ASA.
Ashanti and Tladi end their relationship, and Ashanti tells Tladi that he is Justice’s son, which rocks his world. Then Justice and Warona fight over Mmamosa, only this time Warona is defending her.
Tuesday 12 September 2017
All To Play For
Hlompho tells Justice that Warona had a traditional marriage and they decide that Justice will 'buy' Warona from her husband. But she tells him she won't let them treat her like a possession.
Warona persuades Mmamosa to keep boxing and they decide to hold auditions, which drives Justice crazy. Mmamosa forces training uniforms which they hate, and Ashanti goes on the warpath about them.
Then she visits Lebona in hospital and can't accept that he is paralysed. On top of that, Botho tells her Justice isn't her real father.
Monday 18 September 2017
May The Best Girl Win
Tladi gets closure with Pula as they discuss what happened on the night of the rape. Tladi confronts Mmamosa about Justice being his father. She admits it but is unremorseful and he walks out on her, disgusted.
Botho tells Tladi that Ashanti isn't Justice's daughter and Ashanti shares her parentage woes with Lebona, who could do with a distraction.
At ASA boxing tryouts Justice sees promise in a female boxer despite Mmamosa's rejection of her. They place a bet on the girl. The next applicant is a very unexpected surprise.
Tuesday 19 September 2017
Tongai is back and wants to rejoin the Academy. ASA management makes a decision on which boxers will join the Academy and Sara confesses her sweet problems to Lily. Mmamosa and Warona bond about rude men over coffee in fine china while Ashanti makes plans to cheer-up depressing/ depressed Lebona, and Pieter Penner introduces Jacqueline Daniels to his listeners.
Monday 25 September 2017
The Set Up
Things are still tense between Tladi and Justice and Justice is still uneasy with P/J. Apla visits Lebona in hospital and tells him to believe he will walk again but Lebona loses heart when he tries to get out of bed and collapses.
Mbazo has a crush on Justice's new boxer, Benina. She wins her first fight and he wins his bet with Mmamosa for ten percent of her ASA shares. Then Mmamosa overhears a betting man suggest to Justice that he charge for hot tips.
Tuesday 26 September 2017
The Big Time
Tladi worries that Mmamosa's party for Justice will interfere with boxers' matches and Warona fears it will expose Justice to temptation. Changing times: Jade doesn't want to be an athlete any more and
Ashanti tries to persuade Lebona to learn archery from Lily.
Mosoabi flirts with Tongai at Justice's party to make Tladi jealous. Next day Botho sees them together and she's jealous. Justice and Lehasa enjoy lap-dancers at his party and don't see a guy capturing it on camera.
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