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Gorgeous Turban Wraps To Make Your Fridays - MOMO AFRICA

Hi Gorgeous Are you looking for colorful turban wraps to rock your Friday? If yes, this post is for you. We are aware of how increasingly stylish and fashionable the African aesthetic is. After combining the tendency of accepting the hair’s natural roots, another form of fashion origins is the turban. Whether white or black, […]

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Malawian wedding inspiration| Traditional South African weddings rich in love and culture. Also featuring wedding tips, tricks, advice and ideas.

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Tuelo Nguyuza Bridal Collection - South African Wedding Blog

Bontle is a wedding blog sharing the latest bridal fashion, weddings, tips and advice. Tuelo Nguyuza Bridal Collection Range

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The wedding may last three days but after all is said and done, BaTswana sing: “dikuku di monate; lenyalo le boima; rona re a tsamaya,” translated to: the cake was nice; but marriage is hard; we are now leaving you two. This week we learn more about lobola negotiations in the Tswana community.

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The wedding may last three days but after all is said and done, BaTswana sing: “dikuku di monate; lenyalo le boima; rona re a tsamaya,” translated to: the cake was nice; but marriage is hard; we are now leaving you two. This week we learn more about lobola negotiations in the Tswana community.