Woman posts photo of herself at traditional Zulu wedding, inspires SA

Woman posts photo of herself at traditional Zulu wedding, inspires SA

- A woman inspired South Africans with a photo of herself at a traditional wedding

- The image showed her drinking traditional beer at the celebrations

- Mzansi applauded the lady for embracing other cultures

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On Saturday, a woman, Yvette Redelinghuis‎, attended a friend's traditional Zulu wedding. She took to Facebook to post a snap of herself drinking traditional beer.

In the post, Redelinghuis gushed about the experience, adding the welcome she received was like none other.

The post read:

"Today I attended my first traditional Zulu wedding. Never in my life have I been treated with so much grace and love! Here I am having traditional beer, might I add that us Afrikaans folks and Brannas have nothing on this mix. What an amazing day with my Zulu family. This is why #iamstaying."
Woman posts photo of herself at traditional Zulu wedding, inspires SA

Photo credit: Yvette Redelinghuis/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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South Africans were inspired by the story and they flooded social media with their comments.

Etiquette Tshepy commented:

"This is beautiful might as well get a Zulu name."

Kanyisa Pama wrote:

"KZN is uniting the country. This beautiful thing happens a lot over there."

Hloniphile Hlonie Gcwabaza added:

"Your traditional outfit is dope."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a man who attended his friend's wedding and inspired the country by breaking barriers.

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

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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