The episode begins with Neema talking to her aunty on video call. Neema talk all ill about Alma and her appartment, she has not done any cleaning and could not help the kids with homework as she does not understand English.
She is found relaxing and on the call by Alma who summons her to do the chores in a split second.
Madiba goes on with the search of his Uncle Oscar as he passes by a shopkeeper asking if he could have seen his Uncle. The shopkeeper agrees to inform him incase he see Oscar.
He then heads to pick his daughters at his brother's place. While driving, the memories of how he lost his wife on road accident after she broken to him the good news about being pregnant keeps disturbing him.
Zora is so mad that she wants Madiba to leave them, Madiba promises to take care of the bills. He leaves his business card with Nana who seem to be in love with her. Do uou think Simba will survive?
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