2013 Nov. 9: Ayanda & Nhlanhla’s wedding

 

2013 Nov. 9:   Ayanda & Nhlanhla's wedding

… Seven (7) days later

Photos by Lebo Ntladi

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It was in 2011 during their vacation in Cape Town when Nhlanhla Moremi made a promised to marry Ayanda Magoloza in 2 years. 2013 came and Moremi finished paying ilobolo to the Magoloza family.
On the 9th Nov. 2013 more than hundred friends and family members witnessed the best wedding of Ayanda & Nhlanhla at Kwanele Park, Katlehong.
The lovebirds’ union was blessed by Pastor Moema in front of both family elders. Nhlanhla’s mother expressed her love for Ayanda publicly which is a unique stance taken by any brave mother these days.

Today marks exactly 8 days since they were officially united in love.

 

Related links

2013 June 15: The Durban Lesbian Wedding of the Year

and

Lesbians Tie the Knot in Katlehong

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19 Responses to 2013 Nov. 9: Ayanda & Nhlanhla’s wedding

  1. vutha lgbtiqa says:

    Syabonga umshado omuhle kangaka !hayi Muholi muhle umsebenzi wakho!

  2. busi says:

    What a beautiful day it was and I can’t wait to see more pictures more from the park and the changing of clothes muhle nangempela umsebenzi wakho Prof Zanele Moholi

  3. nelishia motha says:

    Wow so beautiful may God bless their marriage

  4. nhlanhla Moremi says:

    job well done to Zanele and the team………….i cant wait to see ore pics

  5. Thulisile says:

    oh woow beautiful indeed

  6. ..May they be abundantly blessed ..classic I must say!!!

  7. Dikeledi says:

    Beautiful wedding indeed

  8. Lehlogonolo says:

    This is beautiful. May their wedding be blessed by the Almighty and may it last forever

  9. wow i love what u did guys, may the lord god na madlozi a ni qinise ni qine ni bambelele emshadweni wenu. Im happy for u, this is wat we call PRIDE not merriage emakhoneni bcause of fear ya bazali bethu. I wish u gud life

  10. Sebarbie says:

    God bless this beautiful union. Amen!

  11. Neo says:

    Mmmmhm waze wamuhle umshado wenu.. Siyabonga niyisibonelo esihle kithi uzimu anchudunaze…

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  14. Tan says:

    Stunning!!!! Hope you guys are forever happy and blessed 🙂

  15. sbobet says:

    Thanks very interesting blog!

  16. nomasonto says:

    it was a beautiful wedding may god bless them

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