Man attends friend’s wedding and inspires Mzansi by breaking barriers

Man attends friend’s wedding and inspires Mzansi by breaking barriers

- A man shared a touching story which served as a reminder of the beautiful South African spirit

- He explained how a black family embraced him ten years ago, even though he's a white man

- The family had a wedding and the man was invited as a special guest and even had the honour of being one of the speakers at the ceremony

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!

Despite all the reported doom and gloom as well as the political hype, South Africans generally get along for the most part.

In fact, many people are blessed to share amazing relationships that traverse racial and social barriers.

Brendan Brokensha detailed one such special relationship that he shares with a family he befriended a decade ago.

READ ALSO: Benni McCarthy signs Greek defender after run of 9 winless games

Brokensha met Sifiso and the Zikhali family when he moved house ten years ago.

He was immediately embraced by the family despite their differences in race.

Sifiso, who Brokensha regards as a brother, recently got married and invited Brokensha as a special guest.

Both Brokensha and his fiancee were bestowed the honour of speaking at the colourful ceremony.

Man attends friend’s wedding and inspires Mzansi by breaking barriers

Facebook: #ImStaying
Source: Facebook

READ ALSO: Percy Tau praised for his humility despite earning massive salary

Brokensha shared details and some lovely photos of the ceremony via the #ImStaying Facebook group and the post went viral.

Lerato Gaoganediwe loved the story and the photos:

"This is mooi man, you guys looked beautiful."

Nompumelelo Sithole - Twalo admired the rationale behind the Facebook group:

"This group is making me peel onions on a daily basis. This is too beautiful."

Mabel Monyemangene added,

"Wow look at the outfits."

Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY’s news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!

Source: Briefly.co.za

Mailfire view pixel