In short a space of time, two former Miss South Africa have married into Zulu culture. One thing about South Africa is that, when it comes to culture, it is well endowed. We have plenty of cultures living side by side in South Africa. It is not an overstatement to say that South Africa is a multicultural society. And sometimes, South Africa is referred to as a "Rainbow nation".
Well, former Miss South Africa Liesl Laurie recently tied the knot with her fiancé Musa Mthombeni. The duo married in a traditional wedding ceremony. And according to some reports, the two tied the knot in an intimate troue at Musa’s house in Three Rivers, near Vereeniging.
Musa Mthomben took to Instagram to share their special day and he captioned the picture of him and his wife, former Mrs South Africa by saying: “Went home for the weekend. it’s a smallayana thing for the weekend. Isssaaa wedding day"
This past weekend, another former Miss South Africa and Miss Universe 2018 runner-up Tamaryn Green tied the knot with her boyfriend Ze Nxumalo. And throughout the weekend, particularly on Twitter many South African people found themselves talking about the wedding of Tamaryn and Ze Nxumalo.
And here are the beautiful pictures of former miss South Africa:
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