US in-laws travel far to celebrate traditional wedding, Mzansi reacts

US in-laws travel far to celebrate traditional wedding, Mzansi reacts

- South Africans were inspired by photos of the exact moment two cultures united in love

- A man, Nicholus Dube Mduduzi, revealed the ceremony took place in Swaziland

- However, he shared it on the SA Facebook page '#ImStaying' and it inspired Mzansi social media users

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Last week, a man, Nicholus Dube Mduduzi, took to the #ImStaying Facebook page to share photos of a beautiful traditional wedding that united two cultures.

Mduduzi revealed in his post that his in-laws from America had travelled to Swaziland to attend a traditional wedding.

"Our in-laws came from USA for traditional marriage in Swaziland and I'm staying," he captioned the post.

Although the wedding did not take place in Mzansi, it was shared on the South African Facebook page and still managed to inspire social media users.

US in-laws come to Mzansi to celebrate traditional wedding, SA reacts

Photo credit: Nicholus Dube Mduduzi/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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US in-laws come to Mzansi to celebrate traditional wedding, SA reacts

Photo credit: Nicholus Dube Mduduzi/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

The post reached more than 14 000 likes and South Africans fell in love with the images.

Dorothy Doorasamy commented:

"Great. People evolve and learn about other cultures."

Thandeka Chauke added:

"Wow! She's a keeper I love your in-laws Mduduzi."

Noks Khumalo reacted:

"So beautiful when people respect each other's culture."

Briefly.co.za previously reported on another traditional wedding that went viral. 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.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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