Xhosa man marries his US bride and stunning photos warm hearts

Xhosa man marries his US bride and stunning photos warm hearts

- A man shared photos of a beautiful interracial wedding

- He said that the occasion felt like a true representation of the rainbow nation

- Social media users were in full agreement and wished the beautiful couple well

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A man took to social media to share how he attended a beautiful wedding with an American bride and Xhosa groom. The pair had their white wedding in America and returned to Mzansi for the Xhosa traditional wedding. Photos shared of the beautiful event went viral on social media.

Xhosa man marries his US bride and stunning photos warm hearts

Source: Facebook/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

Paul Kamanga Full‎ shared the lovely pictures on the "ImStaying" group on Facebook. The ceremony was held in Katlehong. He said that the community was shocked to see so many white people in the area but it was a perfect representation of the rainbow nation.

"Happy Monday everyone have a power week God bless"

Social media users loved the pictures and his accompanying powerful message. Facebook user Malope Sandhis Lebeloane Matlala said:

"Good I am loving it"

Emilia Nyarai Takawira said:

"We as your online inlaws we say congrats"

Lynn Harmse said:

"Congrats may God carry u protect u Bless u always pinky"

Metàllùs Brùtè Lèkàlà said:

"God bless your wedding guys"

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that a beautiful video showing SAPS officers singing an incredible worship song was shared on social media. The footage was taken at the Potchefstroom SAPS morning parade. Dawie Williams attended the event and filmed Warrant Officer Manyoba leading the song. He was so moved by her performance and the police officers' unity that he almost cried.

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