Yesterday’s episode of Skeem Saam
Yesterday on Skeem Saam, Sergeant Babeile found out that Magongwa had owned the shoes for a long time when he talked with Principal Thobagale. She is shocked to learn that Alfred could have committed tender fraud at the University.
Meanwhile, Magongwa is disturbed by Babeile’s little visit to Turfloop High.
Alfios was also absent-minded by Clements return to school and giving away money to a student; however, when the same student refused to return the funds, Alfios lost it and manhandled the student.
John Maputla asked Mapitsi to give him space in the house. It’s evident he doesn’t want her there for some reason, and is Mapitsi’s relationship with Thabo in trouble? Mapitsi’s talk with Elizabeth alluded to that. She says Tbose doesn’t want to come back home; that sounds like trouble in paradise to us. Plus, she didn’t enjoy staying overseas with him.
Evelyn seemed uneasy when the Principal spoke ill of another teacher. Marothi convinces Zamokuhle to join the literacy program.
Let’s check out what awaits us on tonight’s episode
Magongwa’s end is drawing near, and all is about to blow up. Everything is pointing at Magongwa as the guilty party for the tender corruption at the University. He and Alfios are walking on fragile ice, and it’s cracking fast. What new evidence will pop up against tonight is still to be seen.
Lewatle and Paxton have been playing cat and mouse games with each other. Paxton knows she likes him, and he is distancing himself from her after he accused her of snitching on him. Lewatle has been playing far from him for days, which is why it’s strange that she responds positively so quickly when Paxton all of a sudden invites her. We will have to wait and see what his game is.
Maureen is trying, by all means, to get Zamokuhle to join the literacy program. It’s not a surprise that Kwaito is hesitant to join the Marothi’s program. Anything that involves him ends up a disaster. The program is a good idea, but we will see whether Kwaito rises above his fears and joins for the greater good.