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Pule has Mzi doubting Puleng’s capabilities and questioning Suffocate’s decision. Puleng doubts herself when Pearl makes sure she is overloaded with paperwork. She admits to Cuba she is in way over her head. Pearl offers Suffocate a get-out-of-jail-free card but he rejects it.
Zak and Zinhle freak out about the possibility of being pregnant. They purchase a pregnancy test. Blossom worries that Kea is friends with Zinhle again, but Kea assures her that they are not. A worked up Machilliza confronts Mapula about standing in the way of Sindiswa’s career.
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A shaken Puleng arrives late and unprepared for a high-level meeting at RedHub. Pule humiliates Puleng in front of Pearl and Khulekani, who are only too happy to witness a rift in the Ndlovu family. Puleng is set on quitting at RedHub but Cuba shakes her decision with a reality check about Nqobimpi’s future.
Zak and Zinhle disagree on what they will do if they are pregnant. Zak wants to keep the baby but Zinhle refuses. Ziyanda, Khulekani and Nandi suffer public scorn for their family affairs. Sindiswa and Machiliza gang up on Sabelo because of Mapula’s treatment of Sindiswa.
Catch the latest episode every weekday at 19:00 on eTV – or check TheSouthAfrican.com for the episodes after they have aired.
Rhythm City is a South African television soap opera created by Rolie Nikiwe and Neil McCarthy, developed by Harriet Gavshon, David Jammy and Monde Twala and produced by Quizzical Pictures (formerly known as Curious Pictures). It revolves around the struggles of surviving Jozi (Johannesburg). It all starts with the Generos and the Ndlovus and how their heirs want to dominate the scene. Past rivalries, industry conflicts, infidelity, backstabbing, sexuality, love, and pain, good and evil are the order of the day as the story plays out moving from between the township to the suburbs. The programme’s dialogue is English, Sesotho and Zulu.
See the main cast here:
The main cast includes the following characters (and the actors who play them):
Robert Hobbs as Bernard Markgraaf
Jamie Bartlett as David Genaro
Mpho Molepo as Fats
Pam Andrews as Gail October
Setlhabi Taunyane as Kop Khuse
KB Motsilanyane as Lucilla Vilakazi
Connie Chiume as Mamokete Khuse
Sphiwe Msimango as Mandla
Peter Sephuma as Miles Vilakazi (as Peter Se-Puma)
Nolo Phiri as Niki Bongco
Tebogo Khalo as Puleng Mofokeng
Lucia Mthiyane as Rachel Phakathi
Wandile Molebatsi as Samuel
Lungile Radu as Sibusiso Vilakazi
Pallance Dladla as Sibusiso Vilakazi
Zenzo Ngqobe as Stone Khuse
Mduduzi Mabaso as Suffocate
Kelly Khumalo as Sunay
Mmabatho Montsho as Thembi Phakathi
Nokuthula Ledwaba as Tshidi Khuse