- Michelle Schoeman has taken to social media to show her commitment to her husband by embracing his culture
- She has immersed herself completely in the Zulu culture and traditions
- Facebook users praised her for her amazing commitment to her husband and for proving that love knows no colour
Michelle Schoeman has taken to Facebook to show her commitment to her husband by embracing his culture completely.
She posted a series of photos of her preparing Inyama Yanga Phakathi in the #ImStaying group and captioned it with the following:
"When you commit, you do it fully. Cleaning Inyama Yanga Phakathi..(Tripe) is nie pap en vleis nie. Don’t laugh at my attempted dancing those who know me will know that I have a pretty bad foot injury Mamkhulu is a vibe isn’t she? #zuluculture #HERITAGEMONTH2020"
Her post in the #ImStaying group was flooded with comments praising her:
Nthabiseng Mmathuso Mbhele:
"You are a the chosen one I tell you, just remind me of Jonny Clark, I know he was a man, but God chose you guys. I know there are more like you out there. May the Lord bless you guys abundantly . #makotiwethu♥️"
Sebeh KaZokufa Emachubeni Dlabah:
"Woooow that's what SA needs in this racist world we are living on. True African ✊ love has no colour"
"You're beautiful inside and out. We love you Makoti. I pray for prosperity and happiness in your marriage."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Nontembeko Nontembeko Nyovane took to social media with a touching video of her Foundation Phase class and their beautiful dance.
Briefly.co.za saw that the deaf children danced to the music and are one of the cutest things were have ever seen.
Nontembeko posted the video in the #ImStaying group and captioned it with the following:
Then we finished our day today with our foundation Phase with, XOLA MOYA WAM song. We would like to thank Nomcebo Zikode for her beautiful songs. Our Deaf kids are loving the songs. #sign language"
In other news, the gift of life is beautiful. It becomes even more beautiful when one is blessed with added years to celebrate. One such lucky lady is the grandma of TD Phakwe. The proud grandson took to Facebook to wish her a happy 111th birthday.
In his post he thanks his gogo for looking after both himself, his siblings, and all of their combined children.
"Help me wish my grandma a special birthday - 111 years. We are truly blessed and honoured to be raised by you with love, including our children. Not many of us will reach there," he wrote.
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