8:30pm Thursday, July 28 on Prime
Colonel Tshuma leads the hunt for Porter and Masuku as the fugitives attempt to rendezvous with Layla and escape Zimbabwe. Porter informs Layla that Masuku was tasked by the British government with killing Mugabe and he is bringing him in. Back in London, at Section 20 the hunt is on for a double agent. As the pair trek through the Zimbabwean bush, they try to stay one step ahead of Tshuma’s men. But Tshuma has a secret weapon, a bushman tracker. Cornered on a cliff’s edge, with a helicopter overhead Porter and Masuku know there’s only one way to go…
Porter and Masuku happen across an orphanage. The orphanage is used by bandits as a trading post for trafficking people across the border. Porter and Masuku feel obligated to liberate the terrorised orphanage. However, this allows Tshuma and his men to gain ground and under siege, with nowhere to run Porter and Masuku make a final stand. Meanwhile, Collinson has travelled to Africa to confront the double agent, who turns out to be someone already on the payroll. Later, with the help of South African Special Forces, Collinson leads an assault on the orphanage to get Porter out. However, Porter is anything but happy to see Collinson. And with Masuku unaccounted for, Collinson wants to know where he is? Back in the UK, Layla quizzes Porter about the ill-fated hostage extraction in 2003. Increasingly suspicious of Collinson, Layla is wary of the history and secrets between the two men. She needs to know which of them she can trust… and what happened on that stairwell in Basra?