Venda beauties wow Mzansi with their colourful wedding attire

Venda beauties wow Mzansi with their colourful wedding attire

- Two beautiful young women has left South Africans stunned by their beauty and colourful attire

- The ladies seem to be attending a traditional wedding to which they showed up dressed to the nines

- Facebookers quickly flooded the picture with compliments, many people floored by the stunning ladies

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A picture of two stunning ladies dressed in traditional Venda attire was recently shared in Facebook's ImStaying group by a proud beautiful young Venda lady, Zwanga Bless Shumani Tshivhase.

Simply captioning the post, "#lmstayingVenda tradition," Zwanga managed to capture the attention of over 20 000 Stayers who simply loved the beautiful bright colours of the patterned traditional wedding clothes.

Many of them headed to the comment section to express just how much they loved it. While a lot of the Stayers complimented the ladies and their traditional wear, a few guys tried to shot their shots.

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Venda beauties turn heads
Mzansi shows tons of love to beautiful Venda ladies. Source: Zwanga Bless Shumani Tshivhase/ImStaying/Facebook
Source: Facebook

Read a few of their comments below.

Nomkhosi Ndaba-Bhekiswayo said:

"Beautiful. I like the Venda traditional attire."

Jamela Mathebula wrote:

"Beautiful and soooooo clean, wow."

Motshedisi MmaMohale Maake wrote:

"Beautiful looks similar to Khelobedu traditional attire."

Nthabiseng Tsagane said:

"Love this, can I have the bands on the legs bathong."

Nhlanhlo Bravo Gumede wrote:

"I am in love with Venda attire, it's so beautiful."

Wendy Van der Walt said:

"I love this. So much colour."

Yvette de Jager said:

"I love our country's different cultural dressing, it is some of the most beautiful in the world."

In similar news, a beautiful local mom, Norma Dayeli, recently stunned Stayers after she took to Facebook's ImStaying group to share a picture of herself and her son as well as a touching good-luck post with the young man, who is writing his matric exams.

"Mother and son moments. I had you before I had my matric certificate. I had you before I had me. While I raised you, you raised me. You knew me as soon as you saw me and fell in love with me when I spoke."

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While many joined her in wishing her son good luck, an equal number of Stayers could not believe that Norma is his mother. A lot of them wondered whether she was being serious about being his mom.

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