They fell in love during a time it was taboo, but interracial couple Nomboniso Gasa and Raymond Suttner did not let it get in their way of happiness.
The two started dating while the anti-apartheid activist was the ANC head of political education. Suttner even introduced her to Madiba, who called the them 'young lovers'.
Now, 25-years later, their love is as strong as ever.
Taking to social media, Gasa shared a sweet and inspiring post about her marriage to Suttner.
She captioned it: "25 years ago, we threw caution in the wind & committed to each other. It’s been fun, challenging and sometimes really difficult. Most importantly, we’ve grown together."
Suttner replied on his wife's post, adding it was difficult but they had the opportunity to learn and grow.
Tweeps congratulated the couple on reaching the 25-year mark, adding they wished for them another 25 happy years.
Being in an interracial relationship in apartheid was looked down upon, but it is not much easier now.
Although things have changed over the past 24-years, a lot of people still adapt a racist view when it comes to dating, like this one tweep who said:
"I have been wondering why you defend white people with every energy you have. Today my question have been answered. You are singing for your super and bed!"
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