Citizen reporter
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25 Sep 2017
7:12 am

Talk about a dead body is overheard this week on ‘Scandal’

Citizen reporter

This is what to expect this week on 'Scandal'.

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Monday September 25

The net closes in on Yvonne, and Hlengiwe is given the first concrete piece of information about a story she is working on. Stokkies has a moment of startling self-realisation. Maletsatsi attempts to help some neighbours’ children.

Tuesday September 26

Talk about a dead body is overheard, which sets a chain of events in motion.  An anonymous attempt at wooing is misunderstood. Two young people turn to literature to help them with a problem.

Wednesday September 27

A spy witnesses what appears to be an incriminating liaison, and a young man scrambles to try and save a criminal’s life. Stokkies drops broad hints in the hope that they will be picked up. A discussion about forgiveness plants the seed of an idea.

Thursday September 28

Dintle makes a major contribution without knowing what the consequences could be, and a gruesome discovery is made. Ingrid’s father is not pleased to hear his daughter being discussed. Kgosi makes a radical suggestion which gets Lindiwe thinking.

Friday September 29

Yvonne has to employ clever tactics in order to arrive at a rendezvous, where someone is unexpectedly attacked. Ingrid plays detective for herself. Lindiwe puts a plan in motion, but has to push to get it to succeed.