The River: what is happening E165 S4 – Friday 24 September 2021

On tonight's episode of The River....

The River: what is happening E165 S4 – Friday 24 September 2021

On tonight’s episode:

Sleeping lioness

Lindiwe goes out of her way to win approval, but she has a big surprise in store for her.

Episode 165

The latest episode will appear here after once it becomes available.

If you missed other episodes, find more The River Episodes to watch here. If you want to know what is coming next this September? Take a look at the soapie teasers right here.


An unexpected truce

The Dikana family is devastated by what’s happened to Lindiwe.

Catch the latest episode every weekday at 20:00 on 1 Magic

About

The River is a South African television soap opera created by Phathu Makwarela and Gwydion Beynon. It is an M-Net original production produced by Tshedza Pictures for DStv‘s general entertainment subscription channel 1Magic and is available for streaming on Naspers‘ subscription-based video-on-demand service Showmax. The River is set in Pretoria and follows the lives of the Dlaminis and the Mokoenas, two families from different backgrounds that are brought together and divided by the discovery of a diamond in Cullinan, just a stone’s throw away from Pretoria. 

See the main cast here:

The main cast includes the following characters (and the actors who play them):

Sindi Dlathu as Lindiwe Dlamini-Dikana
Larona Moagi as Tumi Mokoena
Presley Chweneyagae as Thuso Mokoena
Hlomla Dandala as Zweli Dikana
Moshidi Motshegwa as Malefu Mokoena
Lawrence Maleka as Zolani Dlamini
Lunga Shabalala as Lindani
Tinah Mnumzana as Mam Flora
Lunga Mofokeng as Andile Dikana
Zenokuhle Maseko as Mbali Dikana
Tango Ncetezo as Paulina Dhlomo-Mokoena
Matshepo Mokgopi as Dimpho Mokoena
Galaletsang Koffman as Beauty
Thapelo Segobodi as Khabzela
Tsholofelo Matshaba as Kedibone Mokoena
Thembinkosi Mthembu as Mabutho

Source : The South African More   

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Soapie Teasers provided by TVSA

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Episode 220, S30

The latest episode will appear here when it becomes available.

If you missed any other episodes, find more Generations episodes to watch here.

Next on Generations: The Legacy

Nontle isn’t nearly as excited about her mother’s news as was expected. Kabisi has a bee in his bonnet and Tshidi is very worried. Pamela’s frustrated at work and at home.

Read all about what’s happening in Generations: The Legacy in September over here.

What is Generations: The Legacy about?

A place where drama, suspense and intrigue are the name of the game when you’re up against enemies you don’t even know you have. A place where people will stop at nothing to get their lovers even if it means resorting to violence, seduction and even murder.

The cast of Generations: The Legacy

ActorRole
Katlego DankeDineo Tlaole
Thami MnqoloSenzo Dhlomo
Menzi NgubaneSibusiso Dlomo
Seputla SebogodiKenneth Mashaba
Sophie NdabaQueen Moroka
Mandla GadukaSelwyn “Choppa” Maithufi
Maggie BenedictAkhona Griffiths
Winnie NtshabaKhethiwe Ngcobo
Nambitha MpumlwanaMawande Memela
Zenande MfenyanaNoluntu Memela
Zolisa XaluvaJason Malinga
Anga MakhubaloBandile ‘MJ’ Memela
Zikhona SodlakaPriska Dlhomo
Slindile NodangalaRuby Dikobe
Thato MolamuNicholas Nomvete
Patrick ShaiPatrick Tlaole
Atandwa KaniSamora Lembede

Where can I watch Generations: The Legacy episodes?

Episodes air on SABC1 Mondays to Fridays at 20:00, DSTV Channel 191. If you’re unable to catch the latest episode when it airs, we’ll be publishing full episodes from the SABC. Stick with us, and you’ll never miss an episode again.

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