This week we saw two couples get married - one spent $1 billion and the other R2 000, DJ Zinhle sent AKA a sweet shoutout, we took a look at Unisa requirements, and Minnie Dlamini took a stand for her hubby.
A couple's wedding in South Sudan have caused quite an outrage on social media. The couple, who are known dignitaries, reportedly spent about a billion dollars on their wedding. Social media users were furious at the wasteful expenditure.
A Twitter user identified as Sudhir Byaruhanga had alleged in a tweet that the decor for the wedding cost 200 million dollars. He also noted that they booked three venues for one week.
The couple reportedly booked their venue for one week. Social media users pointed out that the wedding decor money alone was roughly equal to their entire education fees.
Now for a wedding on a much smaller scale...
For many people, the cost of a wedding has become prohibitive leading many to postpone such plans. Kabelo and Mukhethwa Khumalo had no such issues as they arranged their dream wedding with a meagre R2000 budget. They visited a registry office when they tied the knot, which incurred minimal expenditure.
Unlike many other women, Mukhethwa didn’t opt for a dress from Bride & Co or any other popular dress boutique but rather bought her dress at Legit. Her outfit was rounded off with a pair of shoes purchased at Mr Price and the wedding guests were served pizza and wine. The Khumalos even saved on hiring of chairs as guests were asked to stand for the vows and the party started immediately thereafter. No sound system was required as the music was played through a speaker linked to a phone.
Even though DJ Zinhle and AKA have been driving fans crazy with their secretiveness, we cannot help but to love and admire their flawless co-parenting. Zinhle and AKA should be the cover couple for all co-parenting books out there. These two put the well-being, care, love, and best interest of their daughter above everything.
Kairo is the glue that holds Zinhle and AKA together. The mutual love they have for their daughter allows them to always have a reason to be grateful for one another. The co-parenting rock stars are always there supporting one another and being happy for the other's achievements. With two super sweet and simple birthday posts to AKA, Zinhle reminded us how the small things can make a big impact.
Successful applicants who were keen on UNISA online application 2019 dates should initiate the registration process soon after receiving admission. Keeping track of important dates is, therefore, crucial to avoid losing your enrollment. Besides, there are a set of requirements which every prospective learner must comply with to continue with UNISA registration 2019 for their respective qualifications.
New applicants and ongoing University of South Africa students who applied for admission in various qualifications can only proceed with the enrollment process after confirming their placement and accepting the same online. As such, successful applicants who kept track of UNISA application dates for 2019 and were accepted in different schools or colleges should secure their place through a time-bound registration process. Failure to register within the required period risks one losing their place. It is worth noting that the university holds the rights to cancel wrongful admissions that do not comply with the underlying rules and regulations. For more in-depth information, follow this link.
Minnie Dlamini posted a pic of her husband and herself, saying how cute he looked. A silly fan accused her of crushing on him. We know, right? What's wrong with crushing on your man? It's healthy!
Minnie also has to deal with fans claiming she was pregnant after she wore a flowy dress to the SunMet
Protecting what she has pretty well sums up Minnie Dlamini's reaction to a photo of herself and her husband. The South African on-air personality, actress, and model posted the stunning pic on Instagram recently. She and her hubby were all dressed up for the SunMet on Sunday. Minnie captioned the photo, "How cute is my husband? #The Joneses."
Little did she know that a naïve fan would question her on loving her husband. The fan accused her of crushing on Mr Jones, and her reaction was razor sharp. She said: "That's nice. But he's mine lol."
You go, girl.
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