The much-awaited Detective Dali Malinga and Ayanda’s wedding was a success, and outfits pictures were released and impressed Mzansi. Though the groom looked like he wasn’t going to make it to the wedding venue, the intervention of Detective Zanele (Soso Rungqu) ensured that Ayanda was going to walk down the aisle. Characterized by glitz and glamour, the wedding had its silent war between Dali and Ayanda’s father.
Generations The Legacy wedding photo
Dali pushed toxic father-in-law Mandla to leave in a few days after the wedding or risk losing his daughter forever, a conversation that Nontle overhead.
Who attended the wedding, and who missed out?
A small, glamourous wedding, as the bride requested, was attended by close family and business associates. While Fikile, the wedding planner, did an exceptional job with the outfits and decor, the visitor’s fashion game was on point. The Moroka bachelors Kabisi and Mazwi showed up in familiar attires, #Ezweni dignitaries were in attendance. The Diale family was a significant absentee from the wedding, including Mrekza and his wife, who were busy securing a kiosk tender at Cosmo’s expense. Sphe and her partner Luyolo were busy with hospital duties while Detective Zanele Nyathi mopped after the bridegroom’s mess.
In Pictures Dali and Ayanda wedding outfits
A Xhosa queen!
The couple pulled one of the biggest shockers on Generations The Legacy wedding against all odds. Their union was initially considered taboo because Dali locked up Ayanda’s partner and baby daddy Tau Mogale behind bars. Thumps us to the groom who stamped authority in Ayanda’s life despite earning less income in the relationship. He worked his relationship with Ayanda’s teenage daughter Nontle, solving a tricky situation in their union.
Despite finally exchanging vows, their relationship sits on a time bomb triggered by Mandla’s forced departure.
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