DStv Guide or TV guide for Ifalakhe Teasers November 2019 – Upcoming Mzansi Magic drama series ‘Ifalakhe’ teasers, previews, updates, episodes, highlights and spoilers for November 2019.
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Sunday 03 November 2019
Episode 5
The Ofezela come to capture Ifalakhe to use as leverage against the Okuhle but they arrive at his cell and find he is gone.

Sunday 10 November 2019

Episode 6
Ifalakhe is captured in the forest. While enjoying the company of Phikiwe he lets slip some valuable information. Okuhle grumble under the weight of the new tax.

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Sunday 13 October 2019
Episode 2
The defeated Khanya people return home with what survives of the army. Okuhle Kingdom celebrates the victory and the birth of the two princes.

Sunday 20 October 2019
Episode 3
Ifalakhe sleepwalks haunted by a dream of his mother calling him to the Okuhle throne, he almost walks off a cliff but is saved by Busani.

Sunday 27 October 2019
Episode 4

Ifalakhe is sentenced to life in jail. Ngcuka tells Nomusa and Busani that he will rule as king of Okuhle and they must support him.

Channel: Mzansi Magic (DStv 161)
TX Time: 20h00
Genre: Drama, Period Drama

The story of the powerful Okuhle tribe and their war against the Khanya individuals, who are offensive their cows and killing their girls and youngsters.

Making matters even a lot of complicated is that Khombindlela, the Okuhle king, finds his tribe on the brink of harsh repercussions from a prophecy that hangs over his head.

This prophecy not solely threatens his lineage of the rule of his true heir however conjointly offers him the redoubtable task of guaranteeing it doesn't come back to fruition.

Heavy so is that the head that wears the crown...

The series investigates the adverse impact of multiple twisted agendas and manipulation of power from the kings themselves, likewise as from characters like the king's wives – who have their own stingy ambitions.

The series is ready in pre-colonial Southern africa and stars Uzalo head author Chris letter. Radebe, Bheki Sibiya, Bheki Ngcobo and Sthandwa Nzuza.