Badplaas Man Helps Wife Perform Makoti Duties in TikTok Video: "He Helps Me With Everything"

Badplaas Man Helps Wife Perform Makoti Duties in TikTok Video: "He Helps Me With Everything"

  • A lady is thankful that her husband is always by her side, especially when she has to do makoti duties
  • His help came especially at a time when she had to host his family during the festive season, and she could not cook for so many people
  • Netizens in the comment section were happy for her and also talked about how they fear performing makoti duties
  • The lucky lady tells Briefly News how helpful her man is when it comes to their marriage

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A couple from Mpumalanga cook for the man's family together
A makoti sang her husband's praises for helping her cook for his family. Image: @ceehlemdlulee
Source: TikTok

A Mpumalanga woman gushed over how her husband came to her rescue when it was time to perform her makoti duties. The lucky dame was expecting to cook for her in-laws and her man stood by her side to ensure she nailed it.

Netizens congratulated her and joked about their experiences and expectations of being makotis.

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Makoti's husband helps her with duties

@ceehlemdlulee posted a TikTok video with a touching caption. In the clip, she cooks pap and stirs the pot while her husband assists her by pouring the mielie meal into the water. He occasionally gives her a helping hand and stirs the pot while she stands by, observing his skill. Her caption tells a touching story.

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According to the post, her in-laws announced they would visit the newlyweds' home and spend Christmas there.

She recalls that she had to host them five months after she gave birth, and she had no experience cooking in huge pots or catering for more than 10 people. She was thankful her husband was by her side, helping her by pouring the maize meal into the pot.

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Woman shares with Briefly News what her husband does for her

Siphesihle Mlangeni told Briefly News that she and her husband, Luister Mlangeni, met in March 2020, and he paid lobola on 26 December.

"I have the best husband because he helps me with everything. He helps me clean and even helps me with the kids. I'm from Nelspruit, so I was never exposed to three-legged pots, and my husband grew up in a family where it was a norm to cook in these pots, so he had all the exposure and experience. He was willing to assist me because he knew I was willing to try and wanted to do it, but I needed help.
"I didn't want a catering company, and I felt the need to cook so we don't have a food shortage even when we get unexpected visitors. My husband is very considerate and treats me like a queen," she said."

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Women say they fear makoti duties

Netizens responded to her post and loved the relationship while at the same time dreading makoti duties, which are notoriously tricky for newlyweds.

Gugu wrote:

“Some people have choice. Some of us married retired soldiers from the war of love.”

Stee_saint added:

“The fear I have for one day having to face a 3-foot pot when I’ve been running away from it all this time.”

Kearenathevoice exclaimed:

“I don’t know who's chopping onions... This is so beautiful.”

Lesego Kgomotso Mabe wrote:

“This is beautiful. As for me, I’d rather hire a catering company.”

gugu_Mathenjwa gushed over the couple.

“They’ll be saying that you fed him a love potion. My husband helps with the chores as well, and there’s nothing as amazing as having such men.”

Woman slays makoti duties in video

In a similar article, Briefly News reported that a woman showcased her makoti skills when she washed blankets by the river.

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The lady showed her pride in performing her tasks and taking her makoti duties seriously. Netizens, however, were unconvinced as women commented that marriage primarily benefits men.

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Tebogo Mokwena (Current Affairs editor) Tebogo Mokwena is a Current Affairs Editor at Briefly News. He has a Diploma in Journalism from ALISON. He joined Daily Sun, where he worked for 4 years covering politics, crime, entertainment, current affairs, policy, governance and art. He was also a sub-editor and journalist for Capricorn Post before joining Vutivi Business News in 2020, where he covered small business news policy and governance, analysis and profiles. He joined Briefly News in 2023. Tebogo passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative Email: tebogo.mokwena@briefly.co.za

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