Monday’s Umkhokha: The Curse. Image: Mzansi Magic

Tonight on the South African telenovela, “Umkhokha: The Curse”, we see MaMzobe making a dramatic return to the Mthembu residence for a second round of confrontation. This unexpected visit sends shockwaves through the household, leaving everyone on edge.

Meanwhile, Nomkhosi loses her temper at Khulekani, who seems to be taking pleasure in his family’s suffering during a crisis. This unsettling behavior from Khulekani adds another layer of tension to an already strained situation.

Also read: Umkhokha: The Curse: Tonight’s episode, [VIDEO]

Adding to the drama, Ndoda gets a glimpse into his mother’s dark side. This revelation leaves him feeling unsettled and anxious about what lies ahead.

What’s Next on Umkhokha: The Curse?

In the upcoming episode, The Council devises a plan to deal with MaMzobe once and for all. Their determination to resolve this issue promises some intense moments in the next episode.

In an unexpected twist, Ntuthuko unknowingly lands Khulekani in hot water. This development is sure to add more intrigue to the ongoing storyline.

Ndoda also has some good news to share with his family. What this news is and how it will affect the family dynamics remains to be seen.

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About Umkhokha: The Curse

“Umkhokha: The Curse” is a spin-off prequel from the drama series “Umkhokha”. It takes us back to the beginning of the original story, unraveling how it all came to be.

After leaving fans hanging with a cliffhanger ending in “Umkhokha”, this new series about two families at war promises a fresh start and a new era of storytelling.

Don’t miss out on all the drama! Tune in to Mzansi Magic every Monday to Friday at 20h30 to catch up on the newest episodes of “Umkhokha: The Curse”.

By Shamiso Miracle

Shamiso Miracle completed her degree in journalism and media studies at the University of Zimbabwe before honing her skills at Savanna News. She then went on to work at iHarare News, becoming a voice for everyday SA citizens who wanted to share their stories. When she's not writing news that entertains and inspires ,Shamiso is an avid reader and a wellness bunny.

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