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Generations the Legacy Spoilers and Speculation for August 2015

Please note: Generations the Legacy has confirmed that Vuyo Dabula, Gaffafi is leaving the soapie.  The actor has decided to pursue other acting oppportunties. It’s hard to believe Generations hadn’t pinned the actor down to a long term contract. Even though I hate the current storyline, Gadaffi is still one of the best characters on

Last week on Generations the Legacy 24/07/2015

Last week Gadaffi held a comatose Tau hostage with the intention of maiming him.  He even had a doctor there to sever Tau’s spine so he could be paralysed too. But then he had a change of heart.  He decided it would be better let Tau suffer through seeing his family hurt. So he released

Last week on Generations the Legacy 17/07/2015

Last week on Generations the Legacy Smanga thought he’d pursuaded Namhla to drop the sexual harrassment charges by threatening to expose her family’s criminal present and past and her relationship with Mr Sokhulu. However he got the shock of his life when Cosmo showed up and beat him up, breaking his collar bone. Smanga wasn’t

Last week on Generations the Legacy 19/6/2015

Last week on Generations the Legacy, Gadaffi got shot during a robbery planned by Tau. You can read about that here. Tau was very concerned for him and was at his brother in law’s side while he was unconscious. When he woke up in hospital, the doctors discovered that Gadaffi had no movement in his legs.

Last Week on Generations the Legacy 12/06/2015

Smanga came into his own last week on Generations the Legacy. He went from all business to all pleasure once Thabi got a hold of him. Read more about how Smanga and Thabi played 50 Shades here. The battle between the non-blood brothers Tau and Kumkani heated up when spoilt brat Angela couldn’t get her way.

Generations Legacy gets all 50 Shades with Smanga and Thabi

Last night on Generations the Legacy, Abe’s sister Thabi (played by Motswaledi Setumo) got into the spirit of the Scarlet lingerie campaign bringing up the subject of candles poured on her body during a Ezweni campaign meeting. That seemed to get Smanga’s (Moopi Mothibeli) interest. However he thought it was too risque. Later at the restaurant
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