Please Step In: Will Angie get Tsholofelo back onto the right path?

Angie Diale makes some uncomfortable observations

Next week’s episode of Please Step In deals with an issue that’s sometimes difficult for parents to face – how much are we to blame when our children disappoint us in adulthood?

We meet a troubled young lady by the name of Tsholofelo, who recently moved out to pursue her tertiary education. According to her mom, Mme Masello Sethusha, Tsholofelo’s life is  now in turmoil, with claims that she drinks, smokes, steals and even takes drugs. What’s worse, is Mme Masello Sethusha’s claims that Tsholofelo neglects her infant child.

After looking deeper into the situation, host Angie Diale makes a surprising observation – that Mme Masello Sethusha is more to blame for her daughter’s recent behaviour than what she’s taken credit for.

Will Angie be able to mend this broken relationship between mother and daughter, and get Tsholofelo back onto the right path?

FYI: Angie Diale is a South African HIV activist, spokesperson, health and relationships counsellor and television personality.

Tune in to Please Step In next Monday, 25 January, on Mzansi Magic (DStv Channel 161) at 8PM.

4 thoughts on “Please Step In: Will Angie get Tsholofelo back onto the right path?

  • June 24, 2016 at 9:17 am
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    I NEED HELP, please help me.
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    • September 12, 2016 at 5:57 pm
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      Gud day
      I’m having a serious relationship problem I thot it was not serious but things got worse I’ll really appreciate your help

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  • September 12, 2016 at 5:59 pm
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    Gud day
    I’m having a serious relationship problem I thot it was not serious but things got worse I’ll really appreciate your help

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  • September 18, 2016 at 11:19 pm
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    The show that was played on the 18th of September. From my personal point of view, the problem was not sorted but more problems were created. That guy was oppressed & the tone Angie used to him was totally inappropriate. Those two girls will neve respect their brother because of that tone & the message. More problems were created & very offended. J

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