Coming up on Muvhango
Tenda wants to kill James’s mother because he wants to bury the secret, but fortunately, Imani show up the moment he was about to disconnect the machine so that she could die, and Imani notice that he wants to do something bad but unfortunately she couldn’t see his face nor hear his voice because he ran away.
It will be difficult for Tenda to kill James’s mother because they will start to be more extra careful, Tenda knows that if James’s mother succeeds, she will tell people What exactly happen that night and Tenda will go to jail,so Tenda thinks that killing James’s mother will make things better for him.
Tenda might lose his baby because his brother is coming to him every night when he is sleeping because he killed Hulisani and hide his body so that people wouldn’t notice that it was him who killed him.
Soapie teasers: Next on Muvhango
Monday 24 May 2021
Detective Lebone comes sniffing in Tendamudzimu’s office. A chance conversation leads Susan to some of the mystery surrounding Muvhango. Hangwani turns her home into a boot camp to change her lifestyle.
Tuesday 25 May 2021
Hangwani puts the entire house on an eating plan. Susan finds out that Muvhango has a girlfriend. Tenda goes to kill Moipone at the hospital.
Wednesday 26 May 2021
Susan convinces Azwindini to ditch his hard-nosed approach to parenting to regain Muvhango’s trust. Hangwani takes her role as the health police far too seriously for Shaz and Vhutshilo’s comfort. Rendani makes a shocking discovery when Detective Lebone pays her an unexpected visit.
Thursday 27 May 2021
Mpho asks Tendamudzimu if he killed Hulisani. Susan and Azwindini learn about the pregnancy. Vho-Masindi and Vho-Mukondeleli are only too happy to put Gizara on a diet.
Friday 28 May 2021
Mpho lies to the detective for Tenda. Muvhango tells Azwindini the truth. Gizara complains about his diet.
Monday 31 May 2021
Marang does the unthinkable. Will Muvhango and Shudu see their plan through? Itumeleng receives some good news.
Muvhango airs on SABC2 from Mondays to Fridays at 21h00.
This drama series, written by veteran journalist Duma ka Ndlovu, portrays the conflict between the modern lifestyle of South Africans in the 1990s juxtaposed with the ancient and sacred traditions of tribal Africans.