We usually hear stories about girlfriends and wives leaving their men after the men lose their jobs. It happens so often that South African women have been stigmatized and labeled as gold diggers but this story changes that narrative.
A Facebook user from Nelspruit, Mpumalanga by the name of Kuhle Teddyson Mthembu went to his timeline to share a beautiful story of how his girlfriend stuck by him after he’d been unemployed for a year.
In his words Mthembu says, “Today marked the first day of me going to work after a year and a couple of months of being unemployed and the woman who has been with me through this dry year was along side me, we even bathed together so we could walk out together like we used to.
Special shout out to Nonhlanhla Promise Khoza thank you for not giving up on me chom, ngikutsandza wuureehh san”.
These two have shown SA love in its true and undiluted form. That’s what true love is, sticking together and fighting hardships side by side.
Nonhlamhla and Kuhle deserve to experience all life’s greatest gifts for being young and so much invested in each other.
This is what some of their followers had to say:
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