South Africa is indeed a rainbow nation and its becoming more evident in the increased interracial couples. This year, Briefly.co.za featured a few couples of mixed races and cultures who made Mzansi smile.
1. Local interracial couple goes viral with beautiful engagement video
A couple went viral on social media after posting a video of their engagement. The clip starts off as normal until the doting boyfriend pops the question. The footage has been viewed almost 50 000 times.
Samuel Varrie and Tshepiso Mathole shared their engagement online for the world to see. It wasn't a complete surprise though because Samuel had insisted on doing it the right way. This means that Tshepiso's family was already aware of his intentions.
2. This is why I love SA: Interracial couple's wedding video goes viral
One wedding video stood out more than most this year as it showed an interracial couple engaging in their first dance. Instead of the mundane slow dance, the couple opted for an upbeat version with a catchy dance track playing in the background.
3. Interracial couple opens up on relationship in SA after apartheid
Mpho and Cheryl Mojapelo are an interracial couple who tied the knot in 2015. Both attended the same school and met years later at a mutual friend’s party. The Mojapelos opened up on some of the challenges they face as an interracial couple, but also revealed some surprising benefits as well.
4. Mixed race couple shares stunning photos and leaves Mzansi in awe
South Africans fell in love with a beautiful social media post which detailed the story of a couple from different backgrounds. Thabby Brosens gave Mzansi a glimpse of the special relationship she shares with her husband, Jacques. Thabby shared a series of wonderful photos of her beautiful family and included a powerful message about interracial relationships.
5. Love knows no colour: Mixed race couples show off their relationships
Mixed race couples have taken to social media to show off their love, showing trolls that love knows no colour. Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the photos that warmed the hearts of social media.
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