- Former Gauteng premier Mbhazima Shilowa recently shared a truly sweet post about himself and his beautiful wife Wendy
- The post features a snap and a short story about how the two of them first met
- Many South Africans loved to see how very in love the couple are after all these years and shared this in the comment section of the post
Former Gauteng premier Mbhazima Shilowa recently dedicated a super sweet post to his wife Wendy Shilowa. In the touching post, Shilowa details how the two of them first met and then fell in love.
"Bumped into her at Lanseria Airport in 1993. Turned out we were going to the same destiny - Ngala lodge. Got cold feet even as the heart said please sir.
"Met again in Jozi at a conference. Then at Madiba’s inauguration, asked her out for dinner. We went out on 29/05. Shot my shot," he captioned some snaps of them together.
His followers really loved to see it and were soon showering the couple with beautiful compliments:
"Gents there is no such thing as 'She’s out of your league' - Cde Shilowa has just proven that."
"You know, when you guys are doing your work as politicians and business people, we don't see a romantic side of you. It's only when you guys, at your relaxed state, tell your stories that we want to cry. I mean like now that I am reading this beautiful story. Congratulations!"
In other Briefly News, the Economic Freedom Fighters' Julius Malema recently joined the world in wishing their special ladies a happy Mother's Day. In heartwarming posts online, the EFF leader wished his wife Mantwa Matlala and his mom, a single mother, a wonderful day.
"I will like to wish all our beautiful mothers a happy Mother's Day, more especially single moms. I know what a mother's genuine love can do to a hopeless child. I am a beneficiary of such devotion. Love your mothers and show them love all the time, and not only today," he wrote in the heartwarming post.
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Source: Briefly News