A lady caused stir on Twitter after she seemingly posted a tweet, which by all indication, has prompted both Xhosa men and Pedi men who are on Twitter to react with mixed reactions. And judging by the replies her tweet got, most people seemed to disagree with what the lady has stated. The lady revealed that "Husbands are found in KZN".
However, some replies which were written in both isiXhosa and Sepedi seemed to suggest that people believed husbands are found everywhere. There is no single place where Husbands are found. Some people argued that husbands can also be found in Eastern Cape. And others also reiterated the fact that husbands can also be found in places like Limpopo.
To some considerable extent, the lady's tweet has somewhat managed to make people to engage in heated debate around the issue of finding a husband. It must be remembered that South Africa is one country that is diversified. We have plenty of cultures living side by side. And nowadays, people consider many factors whenever they decide to find a husband.
There is some indication that majority of the people who have interacted under the lady's tweet were had more questions than answers. At this point in time, what can be said the debate that ensued under the tweet showed that people will always have different interpretations or views when it comes to certain highly contested issues.
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