The last episode of Uzalo saw GC find out that Fikile had stolen his phone for Gabisile. Meanwhile, Qhabanga led a protest to the mayor’s office to dispute the waste removal tender.
A scene-by-scene breakdown of the last episode
Nosipho treated Mondli to a special breakfast to make up for lying to him about going out with Zekhethelo.
Qhabanga talked Mbatha down from violently protesting the waste removal tender appointment.
MaNgcobo kicked MaMlambo’s client out of the house.
Gabisile returned GC’s cell phone to him at the salon. She warned him that his betrayer is part of his inner circle.
Qhabanga led an impassioned community protest. The group toppled trash cans over onto the streets to show their anger.
MaMlambo called a family meeting. Nkunzi ordered his two wives to work in unison and to respect each other’s space in the home.
Gabisile defended Qhabanga and the protesters’ actions to a sceptical Mdletshe.
Captain Biyela met with the police commissioner. He then advised Mondli not to put his name into the running for captain.
Fikile apologised to Gabisile for Sbu’s actions. Gabisile in turn demanded her money back from them.
GC realised that Fikile had stolen his phone and that Sbu had leaked the video.
Zekhethelo and Mxolisi bickered over her new-found celibacy.
Watch the latest episode below
In the episode on 10 October 2018, Nkunzi starts to think about having children, much to MaNgcobo’s surprise. Mondli is conflicted about seeking a promotion. Mxolisi and Zekhethelo clash over sex and celibacy.
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