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Thursday 1 September 2016
Suffocate goes to Themba and demands the truth. Bongi is taken aback when Doc suggests they should have another child. Sindiswa suggests she and Emmanuel bunk school.
Friday 2 September 2016
Suffo and Themba are missing. Puleng is panicking and wants to speak to Ntombizodwa. Niki becomes convinced that Puleng sold her out. Emmanuel is nervous about the big night at the matric dance after-party.
Monday 5 September 2016
Sindiswa decides to dump Emmanuel. David finds out that Suffo has disappeared and asks Niki for a job at the club. Lerato suggests to Bongi that she hires a personal manager. Kop finally divulges what Suffocate said when he and Themba were fighting in the yard.
Tuesday 6 September 2016
Niki and Puleng fight with each other, about what Suffo said. David stumbles upon news that there might be trouble in Niki’s marriage and sets about taking full advantage of the situation. Lerato finds a handsome, young personal manager for Bongi.
Wednesday 7 September 2016
Doc fights with Bongi over getting a personal manager. Niki gets overwhelmed with handling Zer011 without Suffocate, and David steps in. Emmanuel licks his wounds over losing Sindiswa.
Thursday 8 September 2016
Sindiswa convinces Emmanuel to give her another chance. Worry still abounds over Suffo’s whereabouts. Niki, Puleng and Ntombizodwa come to an understanding. Bash tries to get Niki to flee.
Friday 9 September 2016
Puleng works out that Bash outed Niki’s affair with Themba, to Suffo. Niki receives a loving message from Suffo. Zinzi tries to get Emmanuel to break up with Sindiswa. Doc is furious when Denzel organises out of town gigs for Bongi.
Monday 12 September 2016
Niki is confident she is in the clear. Puleng panics when Niki shows her Suffocate’s text message. Denzel is put off by Doc’s controlling behaviour towards Bongi. Zinzi tells Sindiswa things have gone far enough with Emmanuel.
Tuesday 13 September 2016
An enraged and murderous Suffo confronts Niki. When Suffo and Niki vanish, everyone fears the worst. Emmanuel admits to the boys that he’s confused by Sindiswa’s behaviour.
Wednesday 14 September 2016
David offers his managerial services to Suffocate. It’s clear to Puleng that Suffocate knows nothing about her and Themba. Jamaica decides to reinvent himself. Sindiswa is forced to meet Kop.
Thursday 15 September 2016
Puleng informs Niki that Busi is in Joburg. Niki tries to take her daughter. Meanwhile Puleng searches for the right time to tell Suffo about her own pregnancy. Fats and Rene help Jamaica create his new persona..
Friday 16 September 2016
Niki asks David to help her set up a meeting with Suffo. David manages to convince Suffocate to get rid of Dolly and the prostitutes. In a moment of stress, Jamaica lets it slip to his grandfather that he and Mampho are getting married. Mapula has her first extra lesson with Mr Mokoena and we realise his connection to Sindiswa.
Monday 19 September 2016
Fats takes things a little too far when he convinces Jamaica’s grandfather to meet Jafta and the family. Mapula is faced with a moral choice at school. David and Niki join forces and set up an elaborate ruse to get Suffo on David’s side.
Tuesday 20 September 2016
Puleng wants to tell Suffocate the truth about her pregnancy. Sindiswa tells Emmanuel she is pregnant. Jafta pretends to be Jamaica’s prospective father-in-law. Doc is taken aback when Bongi says she thinks they should abstain from sex until their wedding night.
Wednesday 21 September 2016
Jamaica and Titus clash because Zachariah won’t go home. Emmanuel refuses to break up with Sindiswa. Doc accuses Bongi of sleeping with Denzel. Cuba and Zodwa hatch a desperate plan.
Thursday 22 September 2016
Ntombizodwa and Cuba plot together to help Niki. Sindiswa is frustrated with Emmanuel’s decision. Bongi opens up to Denzel about Doc’s jealousy. Toolkit and Speshil are highly amused by the ‘new’ Jamaica.
Friday 23 September 2016
Ntombizodwa and Cuba manage to get rid of Toolkit. Niki refuses to accept the situation for what it is and decides to get even. Kop seems to be struggling with his job. Zachariah offends Jafta. Doc convinces Bongi that he loves her.
Monday 26 September 2016
Sindiswa gets a taste of her future with Jeff. Things get even worse for her when her mother calls a meeting with Kop and Emmanuel. Niki gets a chance to take Busi from Suffo and Puleng. Jamaica keeps indulging his grandfather, causing Titus to vent his frustrations on Mampho.
Tuesday 27 September 2016
Cuba, Ntombizodwa and Puleng are in a panic when Niki goes to talk to Suffocate. Fats admires Emmanuel for manning up. Mapula is depressed to hear Sindiswa’s expecting Emmanuel’s baby. Titus tells Jamaica he can’t stand seeing him pretend to be engaged to Mampho.
Wednesday 28 September 2016
Jeff persuades Sindiswa to stick with Emmanuel. Bongi is anxious about Doc’s reactions towards her. Jamaica finally summons the courage to tell Zachariah the truth.
Thursday 29 September 2016
Kop is struggling at work. Emmanuel asks Zinzi to give his demo to Doc. Friction between Bongi and Doc causes her to skip her video shoot. Suffo refuses to forgive Niki. Puleng worries that the baby won’t be Suffo’s.
Friday 30 September 2016
Niki and Bash ask Kop to let them move into the backroom. Bongi snubs Denzel. Sabelo doesn’t take kindly to Jeff. Fats tries to convince Kop to start a business.
Rhythm City is a South African drama series that premiered on the country’s free-to-air television channel e.tv on 9 July 2007 as a replacement to the now-defunct youth-targeted soap opera, Backstage, on weekdays in the competitive 18:30 time slot. Its storyline revolves around the trials and tribulations of those who are trying to break into the music industry and the infidelity, backstabbing, abortion, homosexuality, love and drug addictions of those who have made it in the business.
Peter Se-Puma, Lucia Mthiyane, Jamie Bartlett, KB, Connie Chiume, Lungile Radu, Pam Andrews, Mmabatho Montsho, Setlhabi Taunyane, Mpho Molepo, Mduduzi Mabaso, Robert Hobbs, Wandile Molebatsi, Zenzo Ngqobe, Nokuthula Ledwaba, Kelly Khumalo and Wright Ngubeni. Original main credits included Rolisizwe Nikiwe (Creative director), Beatmaker (Musical director), Neil McCarthy (Head Writer), Andre Odendaal, Heather Gordon, and Ziggy Hofmeyr (Directors), Anthony Shaw (Producer), Anthony Akerman (Script Editor & Writer), Rosalind Butler, and Richard Beynon (Storyliners) as well as Makgano Mamabolo, Lodi Matsetela, Justine Loots, and Zamo Mkhwanazi (Writers).
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