Lerato Kganyago’s wedding celebration goes on despite coronavirus

Lerato Kganyago’s wedding celebration goes on despite coronavirus

- Lerato Kganyago and Thami Ndlala were not going to let the coronavirus stop their special moment from taking place

- The two are currently going through the traditional marriage process and they continued despite coronavirus limitations

- It was a smaller gathering than expected, but it was still special and a moment they will never forget

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Lerato Kganyago and Thami Ndlala celebrated the second leg of their traditional wedding yesterday despite coronavirus limitations.

The coronavirus has put a stop to many big events including weddings, concerts and even religious gatherings.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Lerato and Thami decided to continue with their wedding celebrations despite the coronavirus limitations.

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While it was not the big turnout they expected as they were limited to how many guests they could have as a result of coronavirus measures, it was still the most special day of their lives.

Lerato was lucky enough to be able to have a few of her close celeb friends join in on the momentous occasion.

Somizi and Mohale were just two of the special people who went out of their way to celebrate Lerato’s special day.

A few pictures and clips of Lerato and Thami’s special day were shared on social media. Lerato looked flawlessly beautiful in her all-blue traditional look.

Congratulations and big ups for not letting the coronavirus ruin your special day!

In related news, just last week it was reported that Lerato's Kganyago's boyfriend, Thami Ndlela, had reportedly paid lobola for her.

Sunday World reports that the radio presenter is being handed over to the Ndlela's in Soweto this weekend.

An anonymous family member spilt the beans about the nuptials to the Sunday paper. The source said the secretive lovebirds are planning a big wedding for the end of the year.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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