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Uzalo Teasers - September 2018

Written by TVSA Team from the blog Uzalo Teasers on 17 Jul 2018
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Coming up on Uzalo this September 2018:

Monday 3 September 2018
Episode 151

 
Bab’Mthethwa and MaDongwe open up to Gabisile. Qhabanga is done doing business with this associates. GC plans an event in the hopes that it revives the salon.

Tuesday 4 September 2018
Episode 152


Gabisile has to make a difficult decision about her rehab centre. Qhabanga thinks about going back to the church and Nkunzi targets Sbu.

Wednesday 5 September 2018
Episode 153


Thobile demands rent for Maphumulo house. MaNgcobo accuses MaMlambo of using muthi on Nkunzi. Sbu begs for his life.

Thursday 6 September 2018
Episode 154


Gabisile gets the shock of her life. MaNgcobo and MaMlambo try for truce and it backfires. GC’s excitement about the wedding distances him from his friends.

Friday 7 September 2018
Episode 155


No one is safe from Nkunzi’s wrath and MaMlambo is finally shown the dark side that everyone has warned her about. Fikile has to make a difficult decision to keep food on the table.
 

Monday 10 September 2018
Episode 156


MaMlambo successfully puts out a fire. MaGwala puts her family before herself and Sbu finds the best way to ingratiate himself to Nkunzi.

Tuesday 11 September 2018
Episode 157


Nkunzi takes on Mxolisi, Amos and Last-Namba. MaNgcobo decides to take her life back and Zekhethelo stuns Mxolisi.

Wednesday 12 September 2018
Episode 158


Blood is thicker than water.

Thursday 13 September 2018
Episode 159


Mangcobo’s plan to hoodwink Nkunzi backfires and she is left embarrassed while Gabisile continues to act as a guardian angel for the Mthethwas. Sbu’s behaviour starts to raise Fikile’s eyebrows but he manages to deflect for now. Gabisile finds a project for Zekhethelo to do God’s work.

Friday 14 September 2018
Episode 160


Magwala gets the fright of her life. The Glam squads budget is rejected. MaNgcobo lays down her cards leaving Nkunzi with a difficult decision to make. 
 

Monday 17 September 2018
Episode 161


There’s a mysterious man watching Khwezi’s every move. Fikile panics when Sbu disappears without a word.

Tuesday 18 September 2018
Episode 162


Sbu means business, he wants out of the relationship with Fikile. However she has a plan.

Wednesday 19 September 2018
Episode 163


MaGwala is devastated when she learns the sad news about Bab’Mthethwa. Nkunzi is caught in the middle between his two women, but decides to make right by MaNgcobo. Fikile tries to turn over a new leaf.

Thursday 20 September 2018
Episode 164


Mourners offer their condolences to the Mthethwa family. One troubled relationship is mended while another shatters from unintended humiliation. Gabisile is forced to dispel some dangerous myths in the community.

Friday 21 September 2018
Episode 165


MaMlambo is given ominous warnings about her wedding tomorrow but too much is on her mind. MaNgcobo distracts her with gifts, the young ones and Gabisile throw her a Hen Party and she attends Bab’Mthethwa’s emotional funeral.
 

Monday 24 September 2018
Episode 166


MaMlambo has a nightmare. Nkunzi says his vows to MaMlambo. MaNgcobo stops the wedding.

Tuesday 25 September 2018
Episode 167


It is chemistry and connection for Gabisile and Qhabanga. But is it right?

Wednesday 26 September 2018
Episode 168


Nkunzi realises that having two wives is not as easy as advertised. Zekhethelo suffers an unexpected fate and Gabisile gets a shock visit from GC.

Thursday 27 September 2018
Episode 169


Zekhethelo’s life is threatened if she doesn’t help kidnap Khwezi. MaNgcobo and MaMlambo compete for Nkunzi’s affections at home and Gabisile tries to get the video of her kissing Qhabanga back from GC. 

Friday 28 September 2018
Episode 170


The whole community is in an emotional tailspin hunting for the missing girls. MaNgcobo and MaMlambo clash in front of guests in the Mhlongo house. Qhabanga over prepares for the cleanup Kwa-Mashu presentation. 

Uzalo airs Mondays to Fridays on SABC1 at 20h30.
 

Shows in this post: Uzalo

Channels in this post: SABC1



5 Comments

Goku
25 Jul 2018 20:08

Actually Uzalo is not that bad as I thought...

max85
25 Jul 2018 22:38

Uzalo is more watchable since Bongi Ndaba took over the writing .i like but ke i always watching isibaya

TVSA Team
17 Sep 2018 10:36

This from the Uzalo producers on the current albinism storyline...

Uzalo addresses attacks on people living with albinism

Uzalo’s latest storyline turns its attention to the increasing scourge of attacks on people living with Albinism in South Africa. 

The scriptwriters have crafted a storyline that will raise awareness of the killings of people living with albinism. According to Health24, one in 4000 individuals in South Africa is estimated to be born with albinism.

The award-winning show has been consistent in its commitment to speaking to social issues, and with this story arch, the writers have embarked on a storyline that explores the killings of people living with albinism.

During the research process, it was found that in South Africa, majority of these killings take place in Kwa Zulu-Natal and Mpumalanga.

In the final week of August, viewers witnessed the Mthethwa family entering the Uzalo universe. The Mthethwa family unit comprises of Baba Mthethwa (Simphiwe Nxumalo) and his daughter Khwezi (Owethu Zulu), both of whom are living with albinism, and the matriarch, Gogo Mthethwa, played by the talented Keketso Semoko.

The storyline sees the family entering KwaMashu after fleeing from their home village in Manguza, where a million rand bounty has been placed on Khwezi’s head as part of a human trafficking syndicate that targets people living with albinism. 
 
The storyline explores difficulties experienced by people living with albinism and works to debunk the various myths that surround them.

“Taking on this angle in our storyline has been a huge and emotional learning curve.” Says Mmamitse Thibedi, Uzalo’s Executive Producer. “People living with albinism are under enormous threat and there is little institutional support to address the unique issues they face.

"We were fortunate enough to work with an activist from the community, Mpho Tjope, who himself is a person living with albinism. He provided us with valuable insights that served to create a storyline that reflected the issues appropriately. It is our hope that the storyline creates awareness and helps to dispel the harmful myths that endanger the community,” says Mmamitse.
 

fratpack9
19 Sep 2018 02:39

For the longest time i never cared for any character on tv like i cared for the Mthethwa family. I'm so sad and hurt. I mean when was the last time i watched tv i felt tears gushing in my eyes? I cant even remember. This is what happens when you tell a story that tugs at the heartstrings. Make me (the viewer), fall in love and care about the character!
 
 But i thought the new family were staying... this means that after September the family will be gone? Just when i had started to fall in love with Bab' Mthethwa; and then wham - he gets to be killed off. I didn't expect that, it's so unfair. But if it suits the progression of the storyline, then good! What a bold way of raising awareness. Round of applause to Uzalo writers, Bongi Ndaba in particular, for being such a conscientious writer that she is. To think this is the daily fear of people living with albinism, so unfair. Thank you for showing us the fears and plight that people living with albinism are facing in their daily lives.

toy Dlamini
28 Sep 2018 08:53

I'm so much inlove with the Mthethwa Family ,they really touch my heart I wish they could stay forever


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