Watch: Generations The Legacy latest Episode 115 S29 – Friday, 1 May 2020

If you missed the latest drama, you can watch the latest episode of Generations: The Legacy right here.

Watch: Generations The Legacy latest Episode 115 S29 – Friday, 1 May 2020

Tonight on Generations The Legacy: Mpho’s shocked to see what his friend looks like and even more so to hear why. Mrekza knows his sister is up to no good. Crazy J realises his game is up.

Watch: Generations The Legacy latest episode – 1 May 2020

The latest episode will appear here after it aired. You might need to refresh or restart your browser if you are on a mobile and do not see the episode. Episodes are available for seven days after they first aired. Catch Thursday’s episode here.

Monday on Generations: The Legacy

Tracy is ready to take back her power. Cosmo is worried Mei’s suspicions might be right. Lesedi has no idea her world’s about to fall apart…

What is Generations: The Legacy?

Nontle is worried when it seems like her love potion worked. Jerah’s lies are fast catching up with him. Mazwi is furious about his brother’s betrayal.

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.

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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US sport’s COVID-19 shutdown will cost $12 billion: report

Pro US sports could lose $5.5 billion from the shutdown while college sports would lose $3.9 billion and youth sport tourism would fall by $2.4 billion.

US sport’s COVID-19 shutdown will cost $12 billion: report

The $100 billion US sports landscape will lose $12 billion in revenue due to the COVID-19 shutdown, ESPN reported Friday, with deeper cuts if NFL and college gridiron games are wiped out.

Analysis of the magnitude of business losses includes superstar salaries to pay for stadium workers but it might be a conservative estimate because it does not include outdoor recreational sport, gambling or such individual sports like golf, tennis and NASCAR, the most popular form of US auto racing.

Patrick Rishe, sports business program director at Washington University in St. Louis, estimated the impact of the shutdown on major US pro and college sports leagues as well as youth sport for ESPN, which also had labor market analysis firm Emsi make sport-related job estimates.

US sports expect huge losses

Rishe estimated US pro sports would lose $5.5 billion from the shutdown while college sports would lose $3.9 billion and youth sports tourism would fall by $2.4 billion.

And those figures assume Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer can finish half of their scheduled seasons with spectators while the NBA and the National Hockey League cancel the unfinished part of their regular seasons and stage playoff games without spectators with youth events resuming in July.

None of that is assured given the stay-at-home orders remaining in place over most of the nation as a result of the deadly virus that has killed more than 63,000 people in the United States and infected more than one million.

“As an economist, you stand back, you look at the carnage that’s taking place — dumbfounded, awestruck, mind-numbing. All of those phrases, they’re all relevant because we just have never seen anything on this scale,” Rishe told ESPN.

Figures include $3.25 billion that would have been spent by spectators on pro sports plus $371 million of income for stadium and arena workers and $2.2 billion in US television rights fees.

An NFL wipe out would cost more than $11.5 billion in television revenue while 65 major collegiate American football programs receive about $4 billion in TV money, about half the income that finances all athletic department budgets.

There are three million jobs nationwide that depend upon sports, from ushers and guards to scouts and trainers, according to the report.

Rishe said that should MLB play without spectators for half a season for its 162-games-a-team schedule, over $2 billion more in game-day fan spending would be lost.

© Agence France-Presse

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