Soapies 17.7.2017 09:05 am

A letter shatters GC’s world this week on ‘Uzalo’

Actor Khaya Dladla reacts in excitement as he is declared as the winner for the Best Supporting Actor from the soapie Uzalo at the glittering Simon Sabela "Mabhunu" Film awards at the International convention centre in Durban on Sunday night, 19 July 2015. Picture: Rajesh Jantilal

Actor Khaya Dladla reacts in excitement as he is declared as the winner for the Best Supporting Actor from the soapie Uzalo at the glittering Simon Sabela "Mabhunu" Film awards at the International convention centre in Durban on Sunday night, 19 July 2015. Picture: Rajesh Jantilal

Watch ‘Uzalo’ this week as the drama unfolds

Monday July 17

DK warns Mastermind not to underestimate Qhabanga, while Qhabanga gets uneasy when Nosipho points out the financial differences between Mondli’s and his. As Maximba tells GC to ready himself for the trip home for lobola preparations – someone delivers a letter to GC which shatters his world.

Tuesday July 18

Bhomu reluctantly praises GC for possibly giving him a grandson. MaMlambo and Mrs Madlala are shocked to meet Mumsy. Two very dodgy guys catch up with Mastermind demanding their own back.

Wednesday July 19

Bhomu insults Thobile when he finds her not appropriately dressing as a makoti should. Mastermind tries to recruit Mxolisi back into the crime life. MaNzuza arrives home in time to catch Mumsy leaving.

Thursday July 20

MaXimba and Bhomu are desperately looking for GC, fearing the worst. MaNzuza informs Pastor Mdletshe that she wants the divorce papers signed, today. Mondli is doing his best to uncover information about Qhabanga’s past.

Friday July 21

GC’s parents wait nervously for GC, not knowing what might have happened to their son. Mumsy and Mxolisi trick their parents into meeting in the park. The chickens seem to have come home to roost for Qhabanga.

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