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on #eTvScandal: Vuvu’s parents are moving in!

on #eTvScandal: Vuvu’s parents are moving in! 😶 😅 Hectic. How would you feel if your parents came to live with you for a while??🤔

About
SCANDAL! is a true melting pot of South African life depicted through the heightened and entertaining genre of soap in which its villains and heroes play out the complex twists and turns of their lives in their home, business and recreational environments.

SCANDAL! is a half-hour soap opera broadcast daily (Monday to Friday) on e.tv at 19h30 with an omnibus of the week’s episodes every Saturday.

Here are the highlight of the upcoming episodes for this week

on #eTvScandal: Vuvu’s parents are moving in! 😶 😅 Hectic. How would you feel if your parents came to live with you for a while??🤔 #etvscandal

Viewers of the long-running South African soap opera, e.tv Scandal, are in for a real treat this week, as the drama ramps up even higher. Vuvu, one of the main characters on the show, is about to face one of the toughest of tasks that any adult can face; her parents are heading for an extended stay at her lovely home.

Fans of the show know that Vuvu’s parents have had their fair share of drama and issues, so her living arrangement with them is sure to get emotionally intense quite quickly. Vuvu’s parents have been central to Vuvu’s story over the years and have helped her through some of the struggles that life has presented her with.

Vuvu’s emotions have been running high lately as she tries to adapt to living with her parents, while still holding onto her own independence. How will she manage to continue developing her career and fulfill her work duties, with her parents now living under the same roof? It remains to be seen how Vuvu’s family dynamic will shift, and how her day to day life will be altered.

It seems likely that the drama between Vuvu and her parents will increase over the weeks and months, as the repercussions of their extended stay hits her hard. Will Vuvu be able to handle the pressure of having her parents always by her side?

Fans of e.tv Scandal will have to wait and see to find out, and although the situation may not have initially been welcomed by Vuvu, it’s certain to cause some interesting and entertaining storylines to follow. So be sure to tune in each week and watch as Vuvu strives to balance her life with her parents living in her home.

Scandal! (formerly The Voice) is a South African soap opera produced by Ochre Moving Pictures and broadcast on e.tv. It is one of the most watched soapies in South Africa, contending with SABC 1’s longest-running soapie Generations: The Legacy. It is also broadcast across Africa on the eAfrica, e.tv Botswana and e.tv Ghana feeds.

Plot
Scandal! is set at the fictional media company Nyathi Family Holdings (NFH) based in Newtown, Johannesburg, which produces the newspaper The Voice and the gossip magazine, Scandal. It follows the lives of the people and families working at NFH magazine as well as other characters in the show. It also tells the story of socioeconomic divides set in a local township of Soweto and the Johannesburg suburb Newtown, where NFH is based, while looking at the private desires of the high-classes and making ends meet of the lower-class.

Current cast
As shown on opening scene

Mapaseka Koetle
Melusi Mbele
Matthews Rantsoma
James Kgaogelo Sithole
Mamarumo Marokane
Makoma Mohale
Boikarabelo M. Mabuza

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