Isibaya Review: I call the shots

17 May 2015
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Iris proved herself to be quite the iron lady when she discovered the taxi drivers are cheating her of the daily takings due to her. She didn't seem too surprised at this, and at once she called her bodyguard and hit-man Utze to teach them a lesson.

Things didn't exactly go according to plan, and Utze got very heavy handed with the punishment he was meant to mete out. He killed one of the drivers and left a bloodied note in his seat, written 1576, the amount of money each drivers knows to bring Iris at the end of each day. Expecting a retaliation from either the dead driver, Knifeman, or from Samson, Iris decided to arm herself by getting a gun.

Zweli popped the big question to Sihle, who happily accepted. The ladies threw her an iintimate bridal shower to toast her impending wedding. Even a demoralised Lerato showed up, who had just been fired for failing to produce a vaild matric certificate. Tshepiso strung her along long enough to get what he wanted from her - a night of passion - and then let her down. Too ashamed to let her father know she'd been fired, she kept up a charade of continuing to go to work. Mehlemamba saw right through her, and assured her he wouldn't judge her.

Samson made another attempt to mend wall between him and his son, but Sbu wouldn't give her father the time of day.