"Perfect Zulu proposal": Couple gets engaged in front of parents

"Perfect Zulu proposal": Couple gets engaged in front of parents

- A couple proposed in front of their parents after concluding all the necessary traditions

- The bride-to-be captioned the video "The perfect Zulu proposal"

- Social media users loved the video and wished the couple all the best

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Ndoni Mcunu posted a video to Twitter using the handle @NdoniMcunu, showing the romantic proposal her fiancé made in front of her parents.

He bends the knee and puts a ring on his fiancée's finger to the applause and delight of the family.

"Perfect Zulu proposal": Couple gets engaged in front of parents
The couple proposed in front of the entire family. Source: Twitter/@NdoniMcunu
Source: Twitter

Briefly.co.za learned that she captioned the video:

"The perfect Zulu proposal in front of our parents. ❤️"

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Social media users loved the video which got over 7 000 likes and over 1 000 comments. This is what they had to say about the video:


"Congratulations! Can I come to the wedding?"


"Wow! I love this! Congratulations to both of you guys! I really love how they didn’t kiss in front of the elders."


"A perfect example that we don't need to spend money for hundreds of people unnecessarily, Covid-19 lockdown giving us a free lesson."


"The mat in the table shows that lobola has been paid... There is absolutely nothing wrong with this proposal."
"Nigxeka ngisho sekungenasidingo bakwethu"


"Love this, no chance for disappointment. The traditional stuff done, parents happy on both ends, the perfect time to do the Western traditions."

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Covid-19 has left numerous people reevaluating their relationships and we are happy to hear the outcome was positive for Zakhele Tshabalala and his bae Moletalo Baholo.

The pair both work at Shoprite's distribution centre in Centurion and Zakhele explained that it just made sense to propose where they had first met:

“The dream was to ask for her hand following a dinner with family and friends, but Covid-19 put a spanner in that plan. I wanted to surprise her and asked myself: ‘Why not propose at work?’
"It is where we met two years ago and where we spend most of our time, especially now as all of us have to work around the clock to ensure that our stores remain stocked in this time of crisis."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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