[At the Young Blood offices]
Sham: Ladies and gentlemen, it’s me again with bad news as always. Yesterday I asked Metsi to inform you about my wife’s hit and run accident. Today I am here to announce that my wife, Nomusa, is no longer with us.
Staff: (shocked) Oh no, no, no.
Sham: Yes, I am real sorry guys; my wife is no longer with us.
Metsi: We are really sorry Mr Jacobs.
Sham: Thank you guys for your support.
Juke: So Mr Jacobs, are you going to take leave? We are more than willing to help you by sharing your responsibilities and your late wife’s responsibilities.
Sham: No, I am not going to take a leave. I am not even sure if maybe I want to bury my wife.
Juke: You want to tell us that you are going to give your wife’s corpse to the government to bury her?
Sham: Something like that, Juke.
Juke: But don’t you think she deserve a proper funeral?
Sham: It’s not for you to decide, Juke. We did not hire you to interfere in my family issues.
[At George’s office]
Lucky: (crying) I don’t believe I just lost my mum.
George: Yeah, it’s weird Lucky. But you need to be strong for your mom’s sake.
Lucky: Yeah that’s true Mr George. But I wanna make sure that this guy pays for what he did to my family.
George: Oh, about that, Lucky. Your mum and I were about to frame him with drugs and illegal guns.
Lucky: It’s a good idea Mr George but I don’t want him to be jailed.
George: What are trying to say, Lucky?
Lucky: Mr George, die man killed my both parents and he also drugged my mum’s grandmother. Do you think he deserves just to be jailed?
George: Yeah, at least he will be paying for his sins. And besides, the country will be much better without him.
Lucky: My point exactly Mr George. I want this guy to feel each and every bit of pain he caused my family. And after that I want him to die a slow and painful death.
George: Lucky my boy, I know your pain. But you are still young; I don’t want you to be obsessed with this revenge thing.
Lucky: Mr George, how can you expect me not to be obsessed with revenge, after what this guy did to my family?
George: I know Lucky and for that matter you have the right to be obsessed, to bring him down, but what I’ m trying to say is that grudges are not healthy for your life.
Lucky: Sir, I’ve got nothing to live for because of this man.
George: No, you still have more to live for; such as your mom’s company and your future family.
Lucky: Yeah man, that’s true. My mom’s company needs me.
George: (laughing) You see what I’m talking about, boy?
Lucky: Mr George, I’ve got plans for this company.
George: What are your plans Lucky?
Lucky: I want to step in as CEO when I finish my exams next week. Can you find me a team that will assist me without people knowing about them?
George: Oh, I see, you want to take this company to the top of a mountain without people knowing that it’s not you who runs it and takes decisions in the company.
Lucky: Yes, I am doing this to boost my reputation and image.
George: Don’t worry; consider yourself a new CEO of Young Blood. As from now you get your mom’s shares.
Lucky: Thank you Mr George.
George: No, don’t thank me, thank yourself for being intelligent.
Lucky: (smiling) I will take that as a complement.
George: (laughing out loudly) Yeah, I don’t believe that I ever told a young boy that he’s more intelligent than me. Oh that is such an embarrassment.
Lucky: (laughing) Please stop playing with me, Sir.
George: Lucky, I am happy to see you smiling and laughing again.
Lucky: I just wonder what he is going to do with my mum’s corpse.
George: I don’t worry Lucky. Whatever he’ s going to do with it we are going to sabotage it without him knowing that he’s burying a casket full of bricks.
Lucky: (smiling) you mean we are going to bury my mom?
George: Yes, my point exactly, little boy.
[At Juke’s office]
Juke: Metsi, I told you that something was fishy here.
Metsi: What do you mean, Juke?
Juke: Metsi, a few days back this company lost a majority shareholder and within no time, we also lose a great CEO, also a majority shareholder. No trust me Metsi; Sham is behind this entire thing.
Metsi: I see Juke, but we have no choice but to shut our mouths before we lose our jobs.
Juke: I wonder who will step in as a new CEO now.
Metsi: Oh my God, I just wish it’s not Sham.
Juke: Who knows, Metsi? Only time will tell.
Metsi: Yeah that’s true.
[At George’s house]
George: Lucky you are not going to believe what I’ m about to tell you now.
George: My boys found the truth about your late mum’s grandmother.
Lucky: Mr George, I don’t want to hear anything that links to my grandmother. I just want her soul to rest in peace.
George: Lucky you have to hear this.
Lucky: Okay, what is it?
George: My boys found that your step father convinced your mom to poison her grandmother, so that they can own her shares officially and permanently.
Lucky: (shocked) Oh no, Mr George! You want to tell me that my mom agreed to kill her grandmother?
George: Yes she did agree to her husband but unfortunately she didn’t poison her. Instead she sent her to another psychiatric institution that is too far.
Lucky: (smiling) You want to tell me that she’s still alive?
George: Yes, she’s much better now and she’s cured.
Lucky: (excited) Oh my God, what good news! Mr George you just made my day.