Generations the legacy never shy away from difficult topics that makes people uncomfortable. Just a few years ago there was a story of Karabo Moroka who wanted two husbands.
The country watched with astonishment as Karabo informed the two potential husbands and the family that she will not be made to choose. This is where people learned about polyandry.
Doctor Sphe Moroka and Siyanda Khoza who happens to be her father Jack Mabaso's young biological brother have started a romantic relationship. Jack must probably be turning in his grave, although his body was never found.
The relationship is taboo because Ziyanda is an uncle to Sphe ,while she is his niece. Ziyanda insisted that they are not actually related by blood and therefore are doing nothing wrong.
I am sure the elders will definitely see this whole differently and will probably also be shocked and possibly disgusted. Sphe seems to be happy in the hands of her uncle.
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