‘Uncles Sealed the Deal’: Handsome Lawyer Shares Stunning Lobola Snaps

‘Uncles Sealed the Deal’: Handsome Lawyer Shares Stunning Lobola Snaps

- A local man has shared stunning snaps from his lobola negotiations

- It's clear he's definitely marrying the girl of his dreams, celebrating the smooth negotiations with a lot of excitement

- Mzansi took to the comments section and wished the young couple well on their journey

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A Johannesburg lawyer has Mzansi's hearts melting after sharing a beautiful snap from his recent lobola negotiations.

‘Uncles Sealed the Deal’: Handsome Lawyer Shares Stunning Lobola Snaps
This handsome couple is making it official. Images: @Nape_MM/Twitter
Source: Twitter

@Nape_MM posted the adorable images which have since gone viral on social media. The regal black and white pics had the young lovebirds looking like absolute African royalty. They stand hands locked with their heads bowed, probably while a nearby relative blesses the union.

"So me and my Bubu made it official this weekend. The uncles sealed the deal" Bra Nape heartily captioned the post.

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Mzansi took to the comments section sharing some special congratulatory messages for the new couple. Check out some of the comments below:

@kgabo_maitisa said:

"Congratulations on this exciting time in your lives. This is BIG news. Wishing you a future together filled with infinite happiness, laughter and love."

@fortunte said:

"Congratulations Sir and the beautiful madam."

@Megahugfactory said:

"Congratulations honourables, everything of the best on your journey."

@Evo_Xabi said:

"Beautiful...Blessings on top of blessings in your union."

@Justice_Seyisi said:

"Beautiful. Congratulations to you both. May it be a happy union!"

@AKABELL_ said:

"Siyabonga mfo. Wishing ya'll nothing but the best to come out of this union. It's a beautiful thing mfo, usebenzile."

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Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that as beautiful as South Africa is, our young democracy still holds a deeply problematic history of apartheid. One beautiful interracial couple is reminding Mzansi of how far we've come since '94, sharing stunning snaps of their beautiful traditional wedding.

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The images were shared by Facebook user Tyson Moondley, who claims not to know the sweet lovebirds personally but was inspired after finding the images on social media.

"Who can stop 2 birds when they fall in love... Somewhere in South Africa, that's why #imstaying" he heartily captioned the post.

The couples beautiful display of affection had many social media users in the comments section, with some even taking the time to share their own stories of cross-cultural love:

Lesley Blake:

"Do you know that there were SO many South Africans waiting to marry each other when apartheid ended (and the ban in marrying across the 'colour lines' ended) that the Home Affairs queue to do so took 2 years to sort out ... that’s a lot of love!"

Lyndon Davids:

"Love this... My Mom and Dad have been at it since 1987 as soon as the law was passed...that man loved my Mom so much that he was willing to give his farm up and move to the then-Transkei... LOVE has no colour, age, size."

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Siphesihle Mbonambi:

"We welcome you makoti to the Zulu tribe. This is so beautiful, love builds nations and breaks barriers. Li li li li liiii kwakuhle kwethu."

Shayne Rogers:

"Siyabonga Ndlovu, I'm waiting for the wedding Baba, shesha my man."

Vivien Q Mariens:

"Real love sees no colour."

Averil Millard:

"If they love each other, are good and kind to each other, that is all that matters!"

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