Watch: Uzalo latest Episode 67 S6 Wednesday, 6 May 2020

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Watch: Uzalo latest Episode 67 S6 Wednesday, 6 May 2020

In today’s episode of Uzalo: Nkunzi gets a threat from an unlikely source, Lilly gives Gabisile a stern warning, and Sbu can’t tell Fikile the truth.

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

Uzalo: Latest episode S6 Episode 67 on 6 May 2020

Thursday on Uzalo

Babekazi fears for her life now that she’s exposed KwaMashu’s femme fatale. MaNgcobo is compelled to fire a close employee to appease Nkunzi’s wounded ego. Fikile celebrates Sbu’s newfound “power” a tad prematurely.

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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War of words as South Africa ponders PSL restart

Soccer bosses are expected to meet on Wednesday to discuss the resumption of the PSL.

War of words as South Africa ponders PSL restart

A war of words has broken out among rival South African football organisations ahead of a meeting Thursday to discuss the future of the 2019/2020 league season.

The novel coronavirus pandemic forced the suspension during March of the richest African national championship with a R15 million first prize.

PSL to meet on Thhursday

The meeting will involve league officials, who are keen to complete a season in which the 16 clubs have between six and nine fixtures to fulfil.

Premiership boss Irvin Khoza says they hope to complete the season by 31 July, provided they get the go-ahead from government health officials.

“There are two conditions we have to meet before considering restarting the league – first and foremost saving lives, then preserving livelihoods by playing football,” he said.

Dr Irvin Khoza

Asked if he had contacted the South African Football Association (Safa), the supreme football body in the republic regarding a restart, Khoza replied: “No, not as yet.”

There is a history of disagreements between the wealthy, efficiently run PSL and the cash-strapped Safa, whose officials regularly create negative headlines. 

Among options the Premiership are reportedly considering is playing several matches on the same day behind closed doors at neutral venues.

However, the Danny Jordaan-led Safa say medical experts believe football should resume only when the national lockdown reaches stage one.

The five-stage lockdown is currently at level four (the second highest) and it could take many months to drop to the lowest level given the virus peak is expected only in September.

‘Cannot social distance’ 

“Playing football requires travelling, including from one province to another, and that cannot be achieved under level four,” a Safa statement said.

“Another issue is the social distancing factor – football is a contact sport where we cannot social distance.”

Sport minister Nathi Mthethwa has requested the PSL and Safa to present him with a plan that health officials can consider.

“We will be dependent on Safa, as the mother body of football in the country, and the PSL to guide government,” he said.

“I have been in contact with Danny Jordaan and Irvin Khoza and said to them that I need their wise counsel regarding a possible reopening of the league.”

Nathi Mthethwa

Football followers hope the Premiership can resume soon as the stage is set for thrilling finishes to the season both at the top and bottom of the table.

Kaizer Chiefs, who have gone a record four seasons without winning a trophy, lead defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns by four points, but have played one match more.

Among the remaining fixtures is a clash between the clubs at Chiefs’ ground, the 90 000-capacity Soccer City stadium on the border between Johannesburg and Soweto.

Only eight points separate the lowest eight clubs with the team finishing last automatically relegated and the second-last side going into play-offs with two second-tier outfits.

© Agence France-Presse

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