Isibaya: Poisoned Dabula’s Baby and Troubled Melusi

Isibaya: Poisoned Dabula's Baby and Troubled Melusi

Isibaya: Poisoned Dabula’s Baby and Troubled Melusi

Isibaya: Sihle will never change her ways, will she? The last time she was a permanent resident emarondweni, she was banished for her love for poison. Today she almost killed Dabula’s princess. But before we continue with Sihle’s shenanigans, are we ever going to hold fathers accountable for not knowing how to care for their own children?

Sure, mothers are the primary caregivers in most cases but it really needs to be deemed shameful that a father wouldn’t know how to calm their child down and blame be put on the mother for not being present. Mothers have lives too outside of nursing and taking care of children.

Isibaya: Poisoned Dabula's Baby and Troubled Melusi

It was a bit maddening to hear Dabula say the reason he fed the child what he thought was milk is that Ntwenhle was not there. Look at where that landed them, in the hospital with a baby who had respiratory issues. Anyway, the conniving Sihle seemed flabbergasted upon finding out the baby instead of who she intended the poison for, had ingested it.

A lot of drama is about to unfold and we better hold on to our seats because everyone knows Ntwenhle to put up a good fight and Sihle, well we know she never backs down from a challenge.

It seems the smallest of the Zungu children, Alex can sense the trouble brewing against his brother. Manqoba, as his paternal family calls him, begged his mother to help Melusi because he is in trouble.

Wouldn’t it be interesting if Mnaqoba becomes his brother’s saviour much like his sister Thandeka was for their father? It would add an intriguing element to the entire soapie and storyline should we discover that the boy possesses powers beyond just being intuitive. Are we ready for a Manqoba vs Nkebs in the spiritual realm? Absolutely!

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