TikTok Video of Woman's Home Affairs Marriage Goes Viral, SA Ladies Amazed by Quick Process

TikTok Video of Woman's Home Affairs Marriage Goes Viral, SA Ladies Amazed by Quick Process

  • A video on TikTok shows just how easy it is to get married in South Africa with a quick trip to government offices
  • Online users were amazed after seeing a TikTok post of the steps to get formally hitched in South Africa
  • The TikTok video was a hit on the app, and online users had jokes after seeing the inspiring content

One woman showed others that getting married is like a walk in the park. The lady made a video of the process of getting hitched quickly.

Woman films TikTok video of Home Affairs marriage process
A TikTok video shows a woman showing Home Affairs' marriage procedure. Image: @olugahodenga
Source: TikTok

The video of the woman's marriage received more than 6,000 likes. There were hundreds of comments from amused online users.

Home Affairs marriage goes TikTok viral

A woman, @olugahodenga, became a Mrs after visiting Home Affairs. The lady made a video showing where to go to get married quickly.

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Watch the video:

SA amused by marriage

Women commented on the video, saying they were tempted to get a marriage certificate. Many had hilarious commentary about how badly they wanted to walk down the aisle.

oamogetswe joked:

"Is it possible for me to sign for him?"

Andiswa Makhanya commented:

"Do we need to tell our family or just tada?"

sino nomkonwana said:

"Haibo R20 ngk I thought its R70 I'm telling my man there’s a black friday special ehome affairs thungisani so long."

h34rtsforna wrote:

"Is it still R70??! This marriage is happening."

YT: Ntando Phasha reasoned:

"My parents won’t be mad forever."

Young couple has wedding at Home Affairs

In a related story, a woman and her husband got at government offices. The couple wore cute outfits for their day at Home Affairs.

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Couple opts for wedding at Home Affairs

Briefly News previously reported that wedding ceremonies do not come cheap these days, from the décor, catering, venue, photography, entertainment, and wedding attire.

A woman took to social media to share how she and her husband decided to go sign a marriage certificate at Home Affairs after coming to terms with the fact that they wouldn't be able to afford the wedding of their dreams.

A video posted on TikTok by Dr Nokulunga Dladla-Sibanyoni (@nokulunga_dladla) shows the couple filling out the necessary paperwork and walking together happily as husband and wife.

Source: Briefly News

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