Since the beginning of the year 2019, love has been on overdrive for some of our favourite South African celebrities. It ranges from weddings, vacations to even meeting each other’s key family members.
The Internet was set ablaze after photos of Skeem Saam’s actor, Cornet Mamabolo were shared. Not much is known about the off camera life of Cornet therefore many were excited to feast their eyes at a rare glimpse of the happenings regarding his private life.
Judging by few snaps that were shared on various social media platforms, Cornet and his bride looked absolutely exquisite in traditional gear.
Though Cornet has not yet posted any snaps of his big day, those closest to him clearly could not wait to flood the Internet with the pictures – making some of us green with envy. Swipe through our gallery to see a glimpse of the couple’s big day:
Another local celebrity that is said to be getting hitched soon is one half of the iconic Mafikizolo, Theo Kgosinkwe. The soft spoken media personality is reported to be preparing to wed his latest squeeze, Vourne Williams. Though he refused to divulge any details surrounding his love life, those closet to him confirmed that, indeed, a wedding is imminent.
Quite recently, scores of ladies were left heartbroken when award winning gospel musician, Dumi Mkokstad said his ‘I do’s’ to his gorgeous wife, Ziphozenkosi Mthembu. The wedding was held at a tucked away venue, however that did not stop a few women from coming forth to claim Dumi as theirs.
Dumi has not spoken out regarding these latest allegations, well perhaps he’s too in love to heed any poke from detractors.
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