Two days ago it was heritage day and today marks Heritage Sunday. As most people are aware that Mzansi never dissapoint when it comes to wearing their traditional outfits. With that being said a couple left everyone speechless, after posting their pictures together showing off their attire.
However people couldn't help but notice something written on the women's t-shirt. It was written in Tsonga, basically the women declared that she belongs to her husband. They had it printed "Nkata Dumsani". This was something different and most people loved how creative it was. See more of people's reactions down below;
The Tsonga people are a Bantu ethnic group native mainly to Southern Mozambique and South Africa. They speak Xitsonga, a Southern Bantu language. A very small number of Tsonga people are also found in Zimbabwe and Northern Eswatini. Wikipedia
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