- Actor and TV presenter Moshe Ndiki took to social media to share how much love he has for his mother-in-law
- Moshe and Phelo Bala shocked fans when they revealed that they got married back in 2019
- The couple has been through ups and downs, having broken up a while back, but are now on track again
Moshe Ndiki has decided to let Mzansi know that his relationship with his mother-in-law is a healthy and wholesome one. The Mzansi actor and television presenter took to his social media accounts to share how much he loves his mother-in-law.
"My mother in law is funny! I love this woman," said Moshe.
The year has been complicated for Moshe and his partner Phelo Bala as they had broken up but decided to reunite later in the year. The couple has had a whirlwind romance that had Mzansi peeps scratching their heads at times.
Earlier in 2020, Moshe revealed that he and Phelo had actually tied the knot in 2019. The pair have continued to show love to each other on their social media pages. Now, Moshe is not hiding his married life from the world.
Mzansi social media users reacted to Moshe's declaration of love for his mother-in-law. Take a look at some of the comments below:
@masilelaNC said: "Kanti where was I all this time. Last I checked ya'll broke up."
@bhurasatsha said: "Happy for you."
@Dezicles said: "Ni happy mos."
Most of the reactions were heart-eyed emojis and red heart emojis with social media users sending love to the sweet couple.
In other Mzansi relationship news, Briefly.co.za reported that a man proudly shared a tribute to his relationship. Sandile Fuba is a young man in love. He shared four images of himself with his bae to Twitter with the caption reading: "We celebrated love." The couple got married in late November and shared the images online.
The images shared by Sandile seem to be from their wedding and reception. The couple is dressed in western clothing with traditional accessories in some pics and are clothed from head to toe in traditional wear in one of the images.
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