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This week on Ashes To Ashes

23 August 2016

Bab'Hlongwane demands a Namane baby to be sacrificed for Mandlakazi's release and Chwepheshe is not pleased to learn that the Namanes are planning to give away their business. Ashes to Ashes, weekdays at 8PM. 

Monday
Bab'Hlongwane calls Selo wanting to get Mandlakazi's medication. Chwepheshe is not pleased to learn that the Namanes are planning to give away their business. Damian believes he has cracked the Disebo saga when he encounters some information regarding cults.

Tuesday
Zungu is unimpressed with the Namanes yet again taking the law into their own hands. Nkonzo canvasses for his mother to be their mole in the Namane home. Buzwe is hurt by her disregard of their relationship. Mandlakazi finally gets her correct medication. Damian quizzes Disebo's husband about his church.

This is what you missed on Ashes To Ashes last week. 

Wednesday
Mpho comes to Ma’Dhlomo’s rescue when Tsietsi catches her spying on the family. Reba realises the dead girl has the same surname as Nkonzo. Chwepeshe's curiosity around the chapel is piqued, but Mickey stonewalls him. Damian realises that Disebo is married to a legitimate pastor and not a cult leader. Fez tries to save Mandlakazi and himself, but his attempt to escape fails.

Thursday
Nkonzo is intrigued by Tsietsi's unexpected visit and realises he can capitalise on Tsietsi’s unborn twins. Mandlakazi's health deteriorates again, but Fez is reluctant to help as he finds she's mixed up in some evil doing. Bab'Hlongwane sends Selo a photo of Mandlakazi so the man can help keep his wife alive with another medication drop-off.

Friday
The baby continues to wreak havoc, with both Tsietsi and Reba. Mpho reveals to Mam'Mazibuko that Reba found the baby's bones. Selo is shocked when Bab'Hlongwane demands a Namane baby to be sacrificed for Mandlakazi's release. Chwepheshe rubs his rendezvous with Nokulunga in Mickey's face. Damian has just the plan to get rid of the good pastor.

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