Last week was an emotional week for a few of the characters on Isidingo when Dr Beth told Calvin that the ICU needed Frank’s bed in the hospital. He either had to switch off the ventilating machine or move him upstairs to a care facility – as Frank was brain dead. Calvin was at first
Last week on Isidingo Pastor Gabriel told Sizwe he would get Zukiswa’s expensive necklace back from Mme Zamdela. Sizwe had unsuccessfully tried to get the necklace back himself. Pastor Gabriel promised Sizwe that he would get the necklace back. So he tried persuasion and some charm, but the lady wasn’t about to budge so easily.
Last week on Isidingo Duma pursuaded Sechaba to allow him to take a nap in his house – against Sechaba’s better judgement. By the time Sechaba returned home later that day, he found his microwave was gone. Fortunately the tv was too big to carry or that would’ve disappeared instead! Duma then tried to sell
**Please note: most of these spoilers are confirmed, but sometimes I add speculation or interpret the spoilers. The sources are mentioned at the bottom of the post..** Isidingo is having it’s 17th birthday during July 2015 and there’s some hectic drama going down in the Deep and a new Pastor making his presence known. Pastor
The best thing that happened on Isidingo last week was seeing Bra Georgie Zamdela again. With Cherel he is my all time favourite Isidingo character. And his daughter looks like the apple didn’t feel too far from the tree. She was at first annoyed with Sechaba’s silliness, but then she found out that he did
The custody battle for Hiranya has taken a bad turn with neither of her legal parents Priya and Rajesh willing to share custody with each other. Priya is still hurt that Rajesh cheated on her and broke the trust she had in him and is lashing out anytime she has anything to do with him.
To be honest, I was ready for the Isidingo writers to kill off both of the Xavier men or at least send them on their way to an assigment outside Horizon Deep. They were both so boring with their partners – the Sibeko ladies – that I wondered if there was any story left to