[Busi had prepared a huge meal for Siya’s arrival from Southern Cliff. It was the weekend before the wedding and Siya was given leave. Busi was waiting anxiously; eventually there was a knock on the door.]
Busi: Open up Siya, it’s not locked.
[Siya walked in. They kissed and hugged sat down at the table.]
[In the morning Siya and Busi went to town. There were a few things to organise before the wedding. They decided to eat at a restaurant to celebrate their last date. Busi picked the place.]
Siya: What do you like about this restaurant?
Busi: Well for one it’s exclusive. The food and wine alone tells you that certain types of customers are welcomed here.
Siya: Well, I feel threatened already.
[They both laughed.]
Siya: I’m getting another round of drinks what can I get you?
Busi: I’ll have red, dry wine please.
[Siya winked at Busi as he went to get the drinks.]
Busi: I can’t believe in a few days’ time I’ll be called Mrs Xaba.
Siya: You better believe it. I can’t wait to make you Mrs Xaba.
Busi: (smiling) I also can’t wait to be Mrs Xaba.
Busi: This is my last date as Miss Nene.
Busi: I would love tha…
[Interrupted by her phone ringing. She picked it and had a brief conversation.]
Siya: Who was that?
Busi: It was the detective who is dealing with Sipho’s case.
Siya: What did he want?
Busi: He said tomorrow the judge will be delivering the final verdict.
[In the morning both Siya and Busi went to court.]
Busi: I’m not sure, if I want to do this.
Siya: Relax everything is gonna turn out just fine, today finally justice will prevail.
Busi: I hope so.
[After hours of nerve wrecking waiting the judge finally delivered the final verdict. Sipho was found guilty for murder and he was sentenced to life imprisonment.]
Mr. Nkambule: I’m so happy today because finally justice prevailed.
Busi: The feeling is mutual Mr. Nkambule. We don’t need people like Sipho in our community.
Siya: This calls for a celebration.
[They all went out to celebrate.]