Watch: Uzalo latest Episode 59 S6 Friday, 24 April 2020

Catch up with the latest episode from Uzalo online!

Watch: Uzalo latest Episode 59 S6 Friday, 24 April 2020

In today’s episode of Uzalo: MaNgcobo puts pressure on Thulani, Gabisile finds a new preoccupation, and Sbu’s new business draws dodgy characters.

If you missed Thursday’s episode, watch it here.

Uzalo: Latest episode S6 Episode 59 on 24 April 2020

Monday on Uzalo

Thulani forgets all about MaNgcobo’s threat, Gabisile takes over Sibonelo’s love life, and Fikile finds herself in a very dangerous situation.

About Uzalo

The happenings around the Xulu family from KwaMashu have kept South Africans glued to their TV screens every weekday at 20:30 for the past three years since the show’s premiere in February 2015.

The story follows the family whose wealth was built in the murky criminal underworld, as well as the more wholesome Mdletshe family who’s day to day life, is pretty much centred around the KwaMashu Kingdom Church.

How to watch the latest episode of Uzalo

The soapie airs every weeknight on SABC 1 and you can watch on your TV or online. After the episode airs, the episodes are also made available on YouTube for seven days. Episodes are also posted right here on as soon as they become available.

Uzalo production team

Executive Producer and creator: Duma Ndlovu
Executive Producer: Gugulethu Zuma-Ncube
Executive Producer: Pepsi Pokane
Series Producer: Mmamitse Thibedi
Head Writer: Phathutshedzo Aldrean Makwarela
Storyliners: Yolanda Mogatusi, Lehasa Moloi, Zolisa Singwanda
Head Director: Alex Yazbek
Directors: King Shaft Morapama, Bruce Molema

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Even though you are in lockdown, you might be finding your time at home just as stressful as a day's work at the office.

Self care: How to properly unwind after a stressful day

Sometimes you ignore your body’s whispers for rest and sometimes you convince yourself that you don’t deserve to take a break. 

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Tips on how to make the most out of the little leisure time you have

1. Make your down time part of your schedule

Decide on when you are going to kick off your shoes, sit back and enjoy a cup of coffee. When things get as busy as they normally do, by the end of the day it’s too late and you have to go to bed and sleep to be able to do it all again in the morning. Plan little breaks through the day.

2. Disconnect from whatever keeps you working

Avoid worrying about the next day’s work as if it’s tomorrow already. When you leave your desk, try to keep your thoughts about work to the minimum. If you are trying to unwind, still stressing about what will happen next will ruin the value of the few minutes you have to unwind. 

4. Get rid of the tension in your body

Run yourself a hot bath or shower. Water has a calming effect on the body and by taking a bath, you wash the tension away.

5. Listen to music

Maybe you’ve been listening to music all your life in order to keep yourself sane. Lower your heart rate by listening to soothing sounds that will calm you down. 

6. Try meditating or being mindful

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Make life enjoyable and satisfying by using the time you have to unwind and give your brain a break.

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