- A young couple have taken to social media to share stunning images of them in traditional attire in celebration of their anniversary
- Nelisiwe Nelly and Kwanda Ngcobo are celebrating their 3rd wedding anniversary
- They uploaded the images to Facebook group, #ImStaying and have received and influx of well-wishes
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A young couple celebrating their 3rd wedding anniversary a day before Heritage Day has taken to social media to share some stunning images. Nelisiwe Nelly Ngcobo tagged her husband Kwanda in the post on Facebook.
The post was shared to Facebook group, #ImStaying and since it's upload it has received over 1 000 reactions from proud South Africans. The couple, dressed in traditional attire, pose in various ways in the images they uploaded. The post was captioned:
"23 September, three years ago we said I do and today we celebrate our anniversary. Happy Heritage Month Stayers. Love is beautiful, that is why we are staying."
Stayers shared messages of pride, love and admiration with the young couple. Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the comments.
Pauline Aaron said:
"Happy anniversary! Wow you two look ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. God BLESS YOU BOTH."
Xoliswa Nongwe Haywood wrote:
"Wow you both are beautiful together and congratulations on your anniversary and many more blessings from God."
Diane Jenny Wheatley commented:
"Happy anniversary. Always treat each other with dignity. (I have been married for 46 years and that's my advise)"
Brenda Naidoo added:
"Happy wedding anniversary you guyz look so beautiful."
Naledi Octavia Dhlamini shared:
"Happy Wedding Anniversary to you... You are gorgeous."
In other wholesome anniversary news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on an Indian man who is married to African lady celebrating their 4th wedding anniversary. Amit Patel, an Indian man married to a Ghanaian lady, has reflected on their four years of marriage and 14 years of friendship.
Patel took to his LinkedIn page to make the reflection, noting that many people told them that their union would not work. He wrote: "Along the way many told us it wouldn’t be possible, our families wouldn’t accept it, our cultures will clash, we will be disowned... the list is endless."
Patel said he and his wife are so passionate about campaigning for racial equality, adding that it feels like they are fulfilling purpose.
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