Skeem Saam, ep 119 S8: Full episode for Thursday, 26 December [video]
On this episode of Skeem Saam, Leeto gets increasingly worried about what’s happening to his family.
The latest episode of Skeem Saam, season 8, is available to watch and this is what you need to be catching up on.
On this episode, Leeto gets increasingly worried about what’s happening to his family. Big Boy worries about Leshole’s state of mind. Fanie sinks into more loneliness as the people around him continue blowing him off.
Watch: Skeem Saam, episode 119 S8
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This is what happened on the previous episode
Leeto received a very disturbing call from a former client. Christmas’s warm spirit was elusive for the likes of Fanie. The Mabitselas extended a festive hand to the Moloisis.
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.
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.
Skeem Saam challenges old notions of masculinity by promoting the new positive young versions of masculinity that are emerging in our modern society. The aim is to offer young people the opportunity to become themselves and not just their gender.
Skeem Saam was created by Winnie Serite and produced by PEU Communication Solutions in association with the Gauteng Film Commission and SABC Education. Serite is the executive producer.