- Somizi Mhlongo and Mohale Motaung took to social media to share in celebrating hitting the one-year marital mark
- Somhale are still very much in love and remain one of Mzansi's favourite and most stylish power couples
- Fans online were only too happy to see the couple celebrating and shared their messages of congrats and well-wishes
Somizi and Mohale took to Instagram to share the love with their fans and followers as they celebrated their first wedding anniversary.
It's hard to believe that the marital spectacle that was the Somhale wedding was already a year ago, but the couple reminded everyone just how spectacular it was as they posted pictures of the big day.
As beloved as Somizi and Mohale are individually, they clearly occupy a special place in the hearts of South Africans as a couple. Online followers were overjoyed at the passing of the milestone and took to the comments to express their congrats.
The couple had messages of love sent from everyone, from celebs and personalities to longtime followers:
Khanyi Mbau wrote:
@mbaureloaded: "Happy anniversary couple."
Thando Thabethe and Gert Johan Coetzee both wished Somhale a "Happy Anniversary" too.
One @nelly_sejake joined in as she commented:
"Wow, time flies. May God continue to bless your marriage. Happy anniversary."
In other Somizi-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the controversial chatter that has been surrounding the media star's reality-TV show.
Dinner at Somizi's has proven to be a popular hit with Mzansi's TV viewing population, but recently has been surrounded by allegations that the idea for the show was stolen. A man named Hastings Moeng has come forward saying that he is the creator of the concept of the show and even pitched it back in 2014.
Radio host Eusebius McKaiser got involved as he retweeted the so-called 'receipts' that Moeng came forward with. There are those who think Moeng should get credit, as well as those who think the concept is different enough to not be a copy. Show business, as usual, is full of opinions and the tweeps had theirs too.
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