- A white couple chose to embrace South African culture and celebrated their wedding in an unexpected and beautiful way
- Facebook users in the #ImStaying group loved the pictures and showered the post with beautiful comments
- Njab's V Mthalane shared photos of the wedding which he attended and it looked like a blast
Njab's V Mthalane shared some photos of a wedding he recently attended where a white couple were married.
What made this wedding different is that the couple chose to embrace South African traditions and hosted a Zulu wedding.
He captioned the post with the following:
"Family ❤️ #Zuluwedding we are a rainbow nation that's why #ImStaying"
The pictures were posted in the #ImStaying group on Facebook. Social media users loved the wedding and the beautiful couple and showered the post with compliments.
"This is real Mzansi for sure, #ImStaying"
Ofentse Fefe Kekana:
"Absolutely gorgeous!! Love thisssssss"
Zibele Norless Nodangala:
"I wonder how do racist people feel when they see such an embrace of oneness in humanity. Awesome."
Bianca van Loggerenberg:
"I don't know which makes me more emotional... the post or the comments. South Africa I blerrie love you ❤"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that wedding dresses are beautiful and expensive and the fact that you only get to wear them once just does not sit right with some women. One such lady is a teacher at an unknown primary school.
Pictures of her in her beautiful white boob-tubed wedding gown has been shared online by Twitter user and Mzansi artist, Daniel Marven. In the pics the teacher, who is celebrating her birthday in a classroom, also holds a beautiful lace umbrella which completes the "just married" look.
Daniel, who was just as confused as anyone would be, wondered why the teacher had decided to wear the wedding gown to school on her birthday, even questioning what was wrong with some teachers.
"What's wrong with primary teachers? Anyway happy birthday Mam what what," he captioned the hilariously interesting post.
In other news, a wedding between a Ghanaian male fire service personnel and his pretty bride has caught the attention of many netizens following a prank that was played on the couple.
In a video sighted by Briefly.co.za, the bride and groom were seen coming out of what looked like a church service and were accompanied by some firefighters.
As they stepped out, water hoses started spraying and they had to go through it - it appears this is a tradition for all firefighters who get married.
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