- South Africans are delighted for a local woman who just uploaded a powerful snap showing her as a newly wedded makoti
- The lady from the Eastern Cape is seen in a well-captured photo on Instagram saying her husband has found a good wife
- The woman headed to social media to display the pics to her followers and quoted a Bible verse from the book of Proverbs
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A local woman is getting all the congratulatory messages on social media after tying the knot in a beautiful traditional ceremony. The stunning lady headed to her Instagram page and shared a stunning image of herself and her son.
The woman, who is Xhosa speaking can be seen sitting on the floor in a grass mat also known as ikhuko. The woman’s image and body posture suggest she was listening to the elders or the mothers in law.
Going by the name of @Hernameis_hloe on Instagram, the woman is dressed in a traditional makoti outfit and Briefly News is naturally attracted to the viral post. The woman quoted a Bible verse from the book of Proverbs and posted:
“Othe wafumana umfazi, ufumene okulungileyo; Uzuze okulikholo kuYehova. (He who finds a wife finds what is good and receives favor from the Lord). Proverbs 18:22.”
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The post reads:
“What an amazing picture right there.”
“Uboy, uhlalisa umama wakhe, samthandi.”
“Congratulations to you guys.”
“Congrats Sis Wandi, little Faku my highlight.”
“Indoda iqumbile njena bethuna.”
“Kwande kukhule kubekuhle.”
“Babe Hloe, congrats, can't wait for the big day.”
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In another story, Briefly News covered that the South African digital family is now shaken by a stunning wedding that recently took place and the photos are seriously impressing many people.
Daniel Marven shared the beautifully captured snaps of an unidentified couple that exchanged vows in a stylish traditional ceremony.
It remains unclear where the wedding was held but one can tell the Xhosa-themed event was held in the Eastern Cape judging by the outfits.
Briefly News also headed online to select supportive reactions from the two lovebirds’ beautiful day as many people are also wishing the couple the best of luck going forward. Marven wrote on Twitter:
Source: Briefly News