It has been proven that polygamous marriages are not for everyone. Mzansi Magic's Mnakwethu takes us on a joy ride of brave Zulu men asking their wives into a polygamous marriage - "Isthembu".
According to Mnakwethu's presenter, Musa Mseleku, a polygamous requires mutual respect. In tonight's episode of Mnakwethu's " Tell It All", viewers witnessed a shocking reservation of how "Isthembu" is misinterpreted by second wives.
Langa brought MaSthole into a polygamous marriage where she is not ready to submit. He decided to pay Loyola for MaSthole while didn't finish paying a dowry price for MaShelembe.
On the show, MaSthole says there won't be any decision taken regarding her relationship with Langa even though it's a polygamous marriage, given she is a second wife.
"In this relationship, I will be the pillar, and there is nothing you can do without my consent," she said.
Even worse, Langa is taking his second wife's side and being inconsiderate of MaShelembe's feelings.
Langa is not fit for polygamous marriage and not only financially but he seems to be emotionally attached to MaSthole as he allows her to make decisions that affect MaShelembe negatively.
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