Watch: Skeem Saam latest episode for Thursday 18 June [video]
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The latest episode of Skeem Saam is available to stream and if you missed out on the televised broadcast, worry not ol’ sport, we have got you covered.
Last time around, the worst fate befell Clement and his family feared the worst. Celia received a startling message from a foreign land about Rachel. Glenda hoped to mend fences with her roommate.
On Thursday’s episode, things get ugly between Clement and some rude strangers. Marothi seems to have bitten off more than he can chew as far as Kaone is concerned. Lelo’s actions leave someone hot under the collar.
Watch: Skeem Saam latest episode for Thursday, 18 June
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Here’s what to expect from Friday’s episode
According to TVSA, this is what you can expect from Friday’s instalment: Lehasa and Phomolo are puzzled by an announcement Lelo makes at the relaunch. Leshole betrays Clement. A mysterious stranger overhears Charles and Nimza discussing Rachel’s whereabouts.
Skeem Saam: About the show
Skeem Saam is a South African television drama series-turned-soap opera created by Winnie Serite and produced by PEU Communication Solutions in association with the Gauteng Film Commission and SABC Education, about three teenage boys who grapple with tough conflicts as they navigate their journey to manhood in a Limpopo township.
A hit and run accident throws 16-year-old Tbose Maputla and his friend Kwaito Seakamela into incredibly challenging situations, testing their friendship to the limit.
Skeem Saam is a blend of stories about the journey to manhood. It examines the plight of today’s male children and the tough challenges they face transitioning into manhood.
The underlying premise for the local drama series is that real men are made, not born.
Teenage boys naturally challenge themselves. They wish to find out what their limits are. Lizo will explore his journey in a safe way but Kwaito and Tbose will take life-threatening risks.
Who will survive to see his 21st birthday? Who will grow into a healthy, responsible man? What are the responsibilities to fathers, uncles, teachers and neighbours towards shaping the next generation of men?
The series takes a close look at the lives of three teenage boys and their families. It examines how these boys deal with issues of masculinity, gender relations, relationships; self esteem, etc.
The show airs on SABC 1, every Monday to Friday, at 18:30.