It’s been two weeks since Shaka came back from the dead and the amount of drama that has happened in just this period is enough to prepare us for the season finale.
The two cousins Kagiso and Dingane are trying their best to apologise and to justify their actions for killing Shaka. They find themselves at a crossroads, and this time around it seems like they don’t have a way to get themselves out of this mess anytime soon.
Not only did Shaka come back to life and rat them out to Harriet and Brutus for trying to kill him, but he also wants them six feet underground.
And just when we’re wrapping our brains around this revelation the furious Brutus shoots at Kagiso, and Harriet disowns both of them from the Khoza family.
Does Shaka continue to punish the two cousins in an attempt to do things his own way? As if being disowned was really not enough already? Nope, it’s not enough to Shaka, because he is out for blood.
Now he’s back and wants his enemies to pay for what they did. Harriet and Brutus face off after Shaka lies to them on the phone, saying that he’s killed both Dingane and Kagiso. Meanwhile, the cousins are not dead but in a critical condition in hospital after Shaka tortured and dropped them off at the hospital.
The mystery behind Shaka’s resurrection
There was already too much going on on the Khoza turf, thanks to Kagiso’s marriage mystery that kept the family on their toes. So then, what the hell happened to Shaka while we all thought he was dead?
We thought Dingane set Shaka’s lifeless body alight, but we find out now that we were wrong.
The flashback shows that Shaka did not get burnt in that van. He pleaded with Skhova, who had been sent by Dingane to finish the job, and he spared his life. No one knew that Shaka had survived.
He asked his uncle Shibase for money so that he could pay Skhova to shut his mouth while he lay low. They looked for a body similar to Shaka’s so that they could proceed with the funeral.
Thato is in the mix with mother and daughter
We thought it was just Schumacher who was attracted to older, married women. But Thato also has a similar interest.
Thato is whipped over Mildred and ends up in her bedroom. Unfortunately, he overhears Mildred telling someone that Thato does not satisfy her enough in the bedroom.
While he still figures out how to manoeuvre his way around this situation, a stranger shows up at his place of work and he falls for her immediately.
It’s all fun and games until we learn that in actual fact the girl that caught Thato’s attention is Warona, Mildred’s daughter.
Then it becomes awkward, but we try to put it out of our minds for a second before we realise that things are about to get more complicated as Thato finds himself in a very serious love triangle.
We can’t wait to see Mildred’s face when she finds out who her daughter has been messing around with.