Love is a strange thing that doesn't always respect borders. People from different countries are getting married more and more in our globalized world, and South Africa is no different. These famous people have found love in all parts of the world, from Africa to Europe to the United States to Asia.
There are also people from all over Africa who live in Mzansi. South Africa is home to people of many different races, including Africans.
Take a look at these well-known South Africans who married people from other countries.
Phindile is an actress and businesswoman who is best known for her role as Nonny on Muvhango. She can now be seen on Imbewu as Fikile. A big reason why the show was so popular was because of how dramatic she was as Nonny. It would be too little to say that she is pretty to look at.
People who watched Muvhango on TV saw a drama queen who is more complicated than she seems. The actress is very happy with her husband, a Congolese fashion model named Armando Ngandu. Gwala has a daughter from a previous relationship, but she is her only child.
Steven Meyer and Linda Mtoba
Like her co-star Bonnie, Linda Mtoba hides the fact that she is dating someone of a different race. She hasn't said much about who her boyfriend is, but their Instagram posts show that they get along great. Even though people have said bad things about their mixed-race relationship on the Internet, this couple is determined to have the best time of their lives as they travel the world.
Shawn Rodriques and Amanda du-Pont
Amanda du-Pont has been in many different places in her life. Shawn Rodriques is the name of the guy she is seeing. When Amanda posts a picture of herself with her boyfriend on social media, the internet often goes crazy because they are of different races. But she doesn't let the criticism she gets get to her.
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