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“Days of our Manto”


Seasons: 43 | unknown more
Release Date: 8 November 1940 (SA)
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Plot Summary: “Like sands through the hourglass… so are the Days of Our Manto.”
Plot Keywords: Beetroot / Beer / Swatch
Awards: Nominated for 4 Mantos. Another 153 wins & 208 nominations

t516041215_251721_8087.jpgTrivia: On August 19 2007, the Sunday Times exposed that the minister was a convicted thief who had stolen patient items at a hospital in Botswana. She was deported from Botswana and declared an illegal immigrant.
Manto is married to the treasurer of the African National Congress.


Manto comes back to town with questions for McEntire. Dillon vows to never sleep with the mayor’s aide as they begin to lose consciousness. Noah turns on Nozizwe.

Noah considers dumping Rex. Victoria factors into an important decision of Barnaby at club Msimang. Mavis testifies against Manto.

Brit is committed to a mental institution by Helen. Lukas blurts out the secret plans to Alaska under the stairs. Blake secretly spies on Manto.

Manto is stricken with amnesia and can’t remember Mondli. Dayton goes on a tirade against Thabo hiding in the closet. Dillon disappears and everyone suspects Manto.

Victoria clings tightly to Bulelani. Mendi gets drunk and wakes up with Manto with grave consequences. Vienna risks everything for Arianna.

Nozizwe discovers familial ties to Elden. Kitty has a shocking and unexpected kinship with Jacob upstairs. Presley disowns Manto.

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  1. Comment by sinawe on August 21, 2007 10:04 am

    i think the minister should resign

  2. Comment by Groogle on August 21, 2007 10:05 am

    agreed! as in last year!

  3. Comment by Tom on August 24, 2007 10:36 pm

    I think people are gullible if they believe all the lies the press tells.

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