Skeem Saam: Lehasa rescues Pretty from danger.
The Skeem Saam TVSA February teasers indicate that Pretty and Lehasa (Cedri Fourie) might reunite as she will choose love over family again.
Wednesday, 14 February teaser reads: “Pretty chooses love over family.”
Thursday, 15 February reveals: “Pretty almost busts Lehasa in his secret mission.”
The Friday, February 16 teaser reveals that Pretty (Lerato Marabe) will visit Turfloop with her man to say her goodbyes. That man, is it Tsietsi? How is she going to love Tsietsi after he kidnapped her with Eunice? Though the teaser doesn’t mention Lehasa’s name, viewers of the SABC1 soap opera predict the pair will rekindle their relationship.
— OFFICIAL Skeem Saam 12 (@SkeemSaam3) February 9, 2024
Actor Pholoso Mohlala’s character, Tsietsi shocked viewers when he kidnapped Pretty and Eunice on Friday, 9 February episode.Tsietsi and Pule turn up the charm at Bazaruto, and Pretty and Eunice are impressed, leaving Lehasa and Leeto green with envy.The two gentlemen might just be their knights in shining armour.
Lehasa is full of anger at why Pretty moved on so fast, knowing that the two were meant to be together.Lehasa will be the one who rescues Pretty and Euncice from the danger.The Seakamelas will ask Lehasa for help to track down Pretty, who is in danger, and Lehasa will be our hero.
After Lehasa rescues Pretty, there will be a chance that our lovely couple will be back together, and viewers will be happy.
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An aspiring lawyer thinks she has finally found love, but when a hot date goes terribly wrong she realizes that her life is in danger.😱🔥
The Seakamelas are forced to swallow their pride and place their hopes in the past!#SkeemSaam pic.twitter.com/YdXAY2Z6Sg
— OFFICIAL Skeem Saam 12 (@SkeemSaam3) February 12, 2024
This year on Skeem Saam brings dirty secrets bubbling under the surface, budding new relationships, a fallen star, and a high-speed car chase. Occasionally, fresh faces accompany fresh storylines.
Additionally, Skeem Saam announced that starting in March, it will shift from its regular 6.30 p.m. time slot to the prime 7.30 p.m. time slot.