Afrikaans lady lends a hand and helps make pap at a Limpopo wedding

Afrikaans lady lends a hand and helps make pap at a Limpopo wedding

- Marie-Louise Botha posted a video of herself stirring a large pot of pap in Limpopo for her friend's wedding and Facebook users were impressed

- Botha said that she has a newfound respect for the ladies in Limpopo because stirring a large pot is not as easy as they make it look

- Facebook users commented under the post that they were happy that Marie-Louise at least tried

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An Afrikaans lady named Marie-Louise Botha got Facebook users doing a double-take after she posted a video of herself stirring a huge pot of pap outside. Marie-Louise said that she was blessed to be attending her best friend's wedding in Limpopo although it was incredibly hot. She shared the video in the Facebook group, #ImStaying.

"I tried my hand at making pap but I tell you, I have respect for my sisters as it is not as easy as they make it look," she said.
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In the video, Marie-Louise is helping out with the pap as she stirred a large pot surrounded by other ladies. After a few stirs, she gives up but the lady next to her shows her how to do it properly.

Afrikaans lady lends a hand and helps make pap at a Limpopo wedding

Afrikaans lady, Marie-Louise Botha lends a hand and helps make pap at a Limpopo wedding. PHOTO: Marie-Louise Botha / Facebook
Source: Facebook

The lady who is helping her in the video screams in a friendly manner to "try again" at Marie-Louise, who is more than happy to oblige and has another go at stirring the large pot.

Facebook users commented under the post, showing her love for trying.

Tsholofelo Mosala commented: "My word and they took u to the toughest task...Well done mama."
Tinyiko Lindiwe said: "Wow, you are not alone. I am from Limpopo but it’s a struggle shame."
Pereki Nyiko Mabunda said: "Thanks for trying."

Mzansi is a diverse nation indeed with people coming from different backgrounds but it is always thrilling to see how others make an effort to be a part of each other's world.

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In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a black chicken left Mzansi divided as a lady asked for a recipe. A social media user left Mzansi divided when she posted pictures of a chicken that had black skin, asking how to cook it. The chicken left many baffled as the usual colour of chicken skin is light pink, not black. Even the flesh of the chicken was darker than usual.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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