Mr and Mrs Nkundanyirazo

110 Comments

  1. nice one guys,you look good together and i kyke what the guys r wearing

    Jeanette

    28 July 2010 • 11:25 am •
  2. okay where do i start ? what nude tradition was the bride wearing it really looked inappropriate. Mrs Nkundanyirazo you have explained your husbands status in terms of qualifications are you also a Doctor?

    pls

    28 July 2010 • 12:25 pm •
  3. we have seen the brides thighs , can we also see the decor please. what tradition is that , it shows toooooo much flash. Dr i wish you luck……..

    doom

    28 July 2010 • 12:30 pm •
  4. Congratulations and god bless. Respect each other and trust in him.
    You look happy together.

    Vero

    28 July 2010 • 12:40 pm •
  5. Professional photographer,beautiful dress,make up and most of all white happy smiles from both you and the groom this is lovely god bless.

    Nwabisa

    28 July 2010 • 1:18 pm •
  6. nice one kodwa makoti ngabe uke wabeka ama glasses phansi because you didnt have to read a bible or something

    Zee

    28 July 2010 • 1:27 pm •
  7. lovely wedding.gud luck guys

    happy

    28 July 2010 • 1:44 pm •
  8. Eish eish couple ka mazaza,flowergirls ka di boobtube,groommen ka mapanta a bo tupac n checked pants,di pose tsa ma nigger,da dude wa di sunglass le ena ka mo??????hai no maan a ke mathata heela…anyway thnx 4 sharin with us,and gud luck…

    I lov da 2 ladies with the red sotho traditional attires,the designs rock…

    K-fever!

    28 July 2010 • 2:01 pm •
  9. Ngwana mosoto mannn

    Nice wedding and beautiful colours

    Gud Luck & GOD BLESS!!!!

    NPZ

    28 July 2010 • 2:26 pm •
  10. Very beautiful may my Daddy in heaven continue to bless your family

    Kaylae

    28 July 2010 • 2:46 pm •
  11. Sesotho attire……..very nice.

    Busi Ngobeni

    28 July 2010 • 3:15 pm •
  12. Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!May the good Lord bless you

    hloni

    28 July 2010 • 3:18 pm •
  13. Well planned wedding. Good luck in your marriage. ilikr the two ladies with the traditional dresses, they are ayoba……

    MET

    28 July 2010 • 3:22 pm •
  14. beautiful wedding…BUT the flower girls are too old…

    Michelle

    28 July 2010 • 3:33 pm •
  15. Nice wedding I never thought lenyalo la Lesotho lekaba smart so but makoti your tradition is not ayoba coz there is no different between you and the young ones(bridesmaid) 2cm ya tradition not ayoba at all. Were is the grooms parent or relative? and deco pictures this ones no no no more pictures but less information. I don’t know what to comment I see one picture repeating itself.

    @TRMZ thanks very much for your advice emailled on the 21 April 2010 we are using it and thanks to admin for this blog.

    SWEETY

    28 July 2010 • 3:33 pm •
  16. Beautiful wedding,am saving my comments, I wih you all of the Best in your marriage and May the good Lord Richly Bless You! thanks for sharing..

    TM

    28 July 2010 • 3:42 pm •
  17. Halala basotho halala jeaouls down. Le nkhopotsa ka hare ho naha. Beautifull!!!!

    Dineo

    28 July 2010 • 3:50 pm •
  18. You guys make a beautiful couple, may God continue to bless you further.

    Mbali

    28 July 2010 • 4:34 pm •
  19. truely beaufitul may above god continue to bless’ thanks for sharing with us stay bless ..

    thabi

    28 July 2010 • 6:22 pm •
  20. beautiful wedding, maybe contanct lenses on dat day would have made things look clearer

    minimal

    28 July 2010 • 9:24 pm •
  21. Makoti, wearing glasses on your wedding day…not ON. And maybe just maybe you could have just taken off the other ring…2 rings in one hand?? hai ke! But hey, may the good Lord bless your union, now and forever more 🙂

    Tsholo

    29 July 2010 • 8:42 am •
  22. Thanks for sharing. I hope Basotho baeso will be able to pronounce that surname.

    Congradulations

    fa

    29 July 2010 • 9:54 am •
  23. wow, i luv u guys u look more owesome than i expected, and your tradition is wow, ba bangata ba e llela.god bless

    tanki

    29 July 2010 • 10:10 am •
  24. MAY DA ALMIGHTY KEEP BLESSING U, URBADANTLY & EXEEDINGLY, MAY DA GUD GOD CONTINUE 2 GUIDE U, U LOOK BEAUTIFUK & HAPI 2GEDER…

    MAY DA GUD LORD KEEP ON BLESSING U MORE.

    sheila kgatle

    29 July 2010 • 10:10 am •
  25. MAY DA ALMIGHTY KEEP BLESSING U, URBADANTLY & EXEEDINGLY, MAY DA GUD GOD CONTINUE 2 GUIDE U, U LOOK BEAUTIFUL & HAPI 2GEDER…

    MAY DA GUD LORD KEEP ON BLESSING U MORE.

    sheila kgatle

    29 July 2010 • 10:12 am •
  26. te tradition is wow

    baby

    29 July 2010 • 11:29 am •
  27. well planned…

    mayoyo

    29 July 2010 • 11:29 am •
  28. mazaa a gana makoti. all things seem perfect. may te Lord bless your marriage

    baby

    29 July 2010 • 11:39 am •
  29. Aowa hle bathong….. Makoti le Mokgonyana a naa mazaza ao kea maswa?????? On your wedding day lano apara mazaza hle bathong no.no.no…… thanx for sharing

    SSS

    29 July 2010 • 12:06 pm •
  30. Besides mazaza and two rings in one finger. This is a beautiful wedding. I am not sure about flower girls dresses, I feel the dresses are too long for them and the boob tube style??????? Inkosi inibusise makoti nomhkwenyana.

    Phumz

    29 July 2010 • 2:03 pm •
  31. Jo ngwaneso, lenyalo le letle ha kalo! I’m so, so impressed with everything. As a mosotho who grew up in the city, I’ve always asked myself how the sotho wedding gear should be like. Wow, words cannot explain how impressed I am. May the good Lord richly bless and increase you guys, le ya tshwanelana, mona fatshe!!!!!!

    memem

    29 July 2010 • 2:18 pm •
  32. thatha mkhaya oa ka
    beautiful colors
    molimo ale hlohonolofatse

    theresa

    29 July 2010 • 3:48 pm •
  33. Tradition = Nudity
    2 Rings = Boring

    MZ

    29 July 2010 • 4:10 pm •
  34. bathong a re tlogeleng mona,this weding was something ee dirrefence simple and nice.Makoti o apere ka moo gone o aparwa ka teng pele,if she’s got it she has to flont it what is wrong with being proud of your roots?

    No-one

    29 July 2010 • 4:12 pm •
  35. nna never saw batho ba nyalana ka di brele you should have took them off guys surely be letlo bona.

    martha

    29 July 2010 • 4:18 pm •
  36. Hey pls. Thank you very much for your comment. I am not a medical doctor but I am a social worker. We all know that the medical doctors live by their tittle. Once again thank you.

    Gloria

    29 July 2010 • 4:57 pm •
  37. Hey doom: Thank you also for your comment. That is Basotho of Lesotho tradition. We love and embrace it sooooooooooo much even if we didnt have to put anything on as long as it was tradition. I will sent the decor pics as you have requested. God bless you

    Gloria

    29 July 2010 • 4:59 pm •
  38. Beautiful wedding, I like the colour coordination
    But you tradition is too revealing for umakoti.
    You are so beautiful you could’ve taken off amaglasses.

    RNM

    29 July 2010 • 5:07 pm •
  39. Nice wedding but serope(thigh) sa makoti is not ayoba.

    GM

    30 July 2010 • 10:13 am •
  40. u look gud God bless u n may u love each other till you grow old amen!

    Masesi

    30 July 2010 • 10:33 am •
  41. Makoti those two rings on one hand, aowa, you could hv taken off ur glasses.

    MM

    30 July 2010 • 12:13 pm •
  42. aowa makoti,tradition ya gago ke e nyane kudu,le ma cultural spears ba kaone,anyway modimo a le lote lenyalong la lena

    dorah

    30 July 2010 • 1:31 pm •
  43. Shoooo… was it really necessary to state your hubby’s profession, I’ll assume that he is an Optometrist(since niqhoke ibuko nobabili) and wena you are just an assistant at his practise or a housewife with form 2, just kidding!

    You look ok in dat gown but did you really have to wear those glasses on your wedding day? you could n’t put them down just this once? Brides maid dresses are not too bad but groom’s men trusers ‘umhlolo”, wher did you buy them, Mr Price or Jet?

    Eve

    30 July 2010 • 3:16 pm •
  44. Gloria don’t worry about people who misunderstands our traditonal attire
    ke attire ea rona basotho ene re motlo ka yona
    you looked stunning girl

    theresa

    30 July 2010 • 3:53 pm •
  45. Tradition or not, makoti you should have gone for a longer animal skin skirt at least around your knees. Your dress is good.

    Nhlamza

    31 July 2010 • 12:39 am •
  46. This wedding is beatiful makoti you should have taken out the sunglasses for 1 day rato and you traditional atire was not ayoba i mean kunamainlaws and it’s too short if you know what i mean but everything else was beatiful,good luck cherish your man love each other you are a match made in heaven all the best in your marriage!

    Lihle

    31 July 2010 • 11:27 pm •
  47. You look lovely together and love the colour.
    As for the fools who suggest you should have taken the glasses off, have you ever stopped to think why they wear them? Sight problem? Maybe? Too ignorant dont you think.
    And the traditional outfit, ya’ll think you know the traditional wear for every culture? She explained it so you airheards can cool down now. Geez

    Lerato

    1 August 2010 • 10:49 am •
  48. Beautiful wedding, I love the colour scheme.

    NJN

    2 August 2010 • 9:58 am •
  49. just lol ka taba ya mazaza mara yona ke nnete. nice wedding Maglo Modimo abe le lena ka nako tsohle.

    dk

    2 August 2010 • 10:30 am •
  50. Wedding looks beautiful but the spectacles??? hai guys you really lacked vision that much?

    God bless your union..

    Kholeka

    2 August 2010 • 10:45 am •
  51. Hawu Eve, did you have to be that mean?

    Mr and Mrs Nkundanyirazo, may you have a blessed marriage.

    Tiso

    2 August 2010 • 1:13 pm •
  52. Dear Lerato

    Please don’t call us fools because we said Makoti must take the glasses off,as an Optometrist if she came to me i was going to suggest contact lenses for her,here in the blog we posts our comments because we have different styles and taste,please we must not call each other names instead help each other to correct mistakes for those that are going to tie a knt soon ,this wedding is very beatiful i like the brides maids dresses and this coulors i think i’m going to use it as well.

    LIHLE

    2 August 2010 • 1:24 pm •
  53. Gloria and Doctor you look fabulous. Those spectacle make you even more handsome and more beautiful as well as unique. Why do you have to look like everyone else who choose not to wear the glasses? To please who? Most people in the past could not even afford to pay for correctional glasses.
    All these comments about glasses are low lack of exercise of maximum use of thinking faculties. They should look at the photos of their old school relatives and see if anyone were wearing glasses. Of’course they hardly see any because they could not afford to buy any.
    God bless you richly

    Thobela

    2 August 2010 • 2:06 pm •
  54. Guys you look exceptionally gorgeous.
    Two rings on your finger are great. It shows he proposed before. People are just jealous. The coulors are great. There were also a profeesional photographer, all the best guys.

    One more thing the fact that all people are not wearing glasses and you decided to wear them makes you unique and confident. You dnt have to fall on your wedding day because of shortsightedness just to please the nobodies.

    Your culture is exceptionally beautiful and original. Botswana and Swaziland will agree. Dont mind those who criticize it. They have mostly not visited class room to utilize cognitive faculties to their potential. What they say is the opposite of what they live.
    Sexy pants, mini skirts and stomach out all over the stricts.
    Your traditon is beautiful and original just remember.

    Bth

    2 August 2010 • 2:17 pm •
  55. Jealous down Eve. She is a masters degree holder and definetly not a house wife. And the trousers are Daniel Hechter. This was an expensive event if you must know. I was thereeeeeeeeeeee.For more info visit her on face book.
    Doctor and your wife. May God bless you abundantly and give us grand children. We love you big time.
    It was great event, good culture, professional photographers and all happy people. Please re-live the event for us and renew your wedding vows soon. My regards to your family in Rwandaaaaaaaaaaa

    Nazizo

    2 August 2010 • 2:27 pm •
  56. Hi Everyone

    One thing for sure let’s not hide behind tradition, I love my tradition/culture and i respect Your Sesotho tradition as well, however tradition or not..Makoti should have covered up dirupi..you don’t show up like that and say it’s tradition,longer animal skin for Makoti please!! you are showing bo sibara ba hao dirupi and say it’s tradition…no african tradition will allow Makoti to ba like that..that was the only set back..but everthing else was beautiful, very nice,May God bless your marriage

    Cheers
    Pru

    Pruddy

    2 August 2010 • 3:00 pm •
  57. lerato whats up,heeeeeee.u r so emotional.its just comments.
    but traditional attire yo-nude.

    kk my friend people r emotional!!!

    gp

    2 August 2010 • 3:54 pm •
  58. this is beautiful. God bless

    amiesh

    3 August 2010 • 10:27 am •
  59. @RTMZ sorry for misspelling your name and again where are you? miss your comments please remember I said we are using your comments to prepare my cousin’s WEDDING and my daughter ke flower girl please tell me the hairstyle (FOR JUNIOR/TODDLER FLOWER GIRL) for her she’s only seven years old. THANKS

    SWEETY

    3 August 2010 • 11:15 am •
  60. Ehhh im not South african or Swazi so i wont comment on makoti’s really short traditional attire and will assume either the inlaws couldnt make it from Rwanda or they just accepted it was part of her culture so i will do the same. As for glasse they could have worn contact lenses just for the day or taken them off for their photos..God’s blessing to you both

    Zandi

    3 August 2010 • 12:02 pm •
  61. Admin, why does it take so long for you to publish the comments?

    Tiso

    3 August 2010 • 12:12 pm •
    • Sorrry… We are short-staffed… :-(.. but we will try to be more on the ball.. 🙂

      admin

      4 August 2010 • 10:29 am •
  62. Glasses not on at all bt it was a beatiful wedding.enjoy

    Isbe

    3 August 2010 • 1:57 pm •
  63. Wishes u all best lenyalong la lona,May God b with u and let b the death that shoul separate your happiness.

    Masenate

    3 August 2010 • 2:25 pm •
  64. i really don’t understand. somebody help me, are this wedding photos? if so, i’m disappointed about umakoti.

    zaza

    3 August 2010 • 3:15 pm •
  65. what a unique and lovely wedding guys! i just love the colours and the traditional trends! ENJOY YO WEDDING GUYS, GOD BLESS YOU!

    nompi

    3 August 2010 • 3:23 pm •
  66. hi guys

    Well i thought i could only do the decent thing which is to say :GOOD_BYE…i knw too many its a relief and to some a real loss….i njyed my time here but greener pastures call and I will not have as much time as before to blog..i will log on from time to time.

    Much lov

    Koketso Moeketsi

    K-fever!

    3 August 2010 • 4:11 pm •
    • nooo! you cannot go man……

      admin

      4 August 2010 • 10:28 am •
  67. Hey guys.. FYI. The bride has sent us a few more pics.. (The decor ones). So we have uploaded them on this blog..

    admin

    4 August 2010 • 10:37 am •
  68. @Thobela, you talk rubbish nx…….

    Eve

    4 August 2010 • 11:32 am •
  69. No K-fever at first was RTMZ now is you no! no! no! guyz do’nt do that to us please I know that even heaters won’t like this. Please wait for my cousin’s wedding it’s on November please or buy a laptop during you lunch time connect with us. I will miss you a lot.

    Even Admin doesn’t want you to go nare o re irang tlhe KOKI ke ya go kopa tlhe mo gaetsho ira matsapa otlhe go ba le rona asseblief tog.

    @Admin as you are short staffed please I need that job I can help ha ha ha haaa ha ha!!!!!!

    SWEETY

    4 August 2010 • 11:40 am •
  70. ah shame admin il mis u too hey….Sweety she ws on leave and still trying to catch up.Eish the 1st few comments on this page:la bora ka di emotions roller coaster.@nzazi a hefty price tag does nt guarantee style.som1 cn top dis with pants bought from pep ka R50 as lng as the luk is wel executed….

    K-fever!

    4 August 2010 • 12:13 pm •
  71. Dear Lihle

    All the poeple who suggested “contact lenses” are fools, you included. Dont you think it’s a waste of money to wear those lenses for a day only, a day Lihle??? *Gosh some people’s mental capacities*

    Lerato

    4 August 2010 • 12:14 pm •
  72. Actually Lerato i’m not Lihle but Dr Lihle to you………LoL!!

    Lihle

    4 August 2010 • 12:52 pm •
  73. You look hot guys indeed kuhle ukushada.

    Philani (Witbank)

    4 August 2010 • 12:58 pm •
  74. Dlala dlala Lesotho the decor haiman nice very nice but that was not enough maan.
    @Lerato being emotional won’t help ausi O TLABA STRONG miss know it all clever as call other stupids,please guyz get over it, this thing won’t change anything but help others I said this before and I’m repeating is upto motho gore ena o batla eng maybe contact lenses will help for someone Madem GG ( Lerato). Who told you that he/she’s going to use it for a day, tjhelete of nie tjhelete on your day clever ke wena you can spend a million as long as o batla go ba smart. O TLO NNA STRONG WENA LERATO CLEVER.

    SWEETY

    4 August 2010 • 1:10 pm •
  75. @ K-Fever, just make sure you make the time to post your wedding neh.. All the best for your upcoming wedding and to your new job.

    Tiso

    4 August 2010 • 1:14 pm •
  76. @Gloria I meant not enough pictures not the style of decor I know you will respond ke sekgowa sena maan se tsamaya se re latlhegela. More decor pictures.

    SWEETY

    4 August 2010 • 1:16 pm •
  77. @ Admin, i now understand why it takes so long for you to update the comments. As of today i will try to be patient 🙂

    Tiso

    4 August 2010 • 1:18 pm •
  78. K-Fever, you will be dearly missed. I am getting married in Nov, I was hoping to see your good comment on my wedding. Anyway, guess its time to say our goodbyes.

    Busi

    4 August 2010 • 1:38 pm •
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    admin

    4 August 2010 • 2:10 pm •
  80. Kwakwakwakwa, you guys are killing me.

    Lerato

    4 August 2010 • 4:07 pm •
  81. Lerato you are so rude, I am wondering how will that man stand you because it seems as if it’s your style. You can’t call people fools ausie, no matter what. Respect is reciprocal remember every1 can see this and you can not identify us. But every1 world wide knows the comment you made even when one can bump to u will recognise u of calling people fools.
    One of the purposes for this is to help brides to be with ideas…it was just a suggestion. My sister was putting contact lenses on her wedding as well as her hubby. I see no reason to insult people.
    You look so beautiful but remember the woman’s beauty if from within the way she is.

    All the best for your wedding & May all be well with u!!

    Sibarocks

    5 August 2010 • 8:38 am •
  82. your dress is nice mara ka sepedi o kase apare tradition ye nyane so, i ques ka culture ya bona a se bothata all the best.

    nana

    5 August 2010 • 8:41 am •
  83. Oh no KK, u know everytime when i visit this blog, i look at ur comments first, if ur not impressed with the photos i dont even border myself to look to them, i knw whn u say the wedding is superb, u trully mean it, that is when i will take my time and look. All the best girl nd u knw wht is like i knw, i picture you, and see a very tjatjarag girl ka tlhago.

    MM

    5 August 2010 • 9:56 am •
  84. I i agree with you Sibarocks as i said before it’s not like we a disrespecting the bride but we are helping others not to do the same mistack she did,uLerato kahle hle uyadelela and if anjalo then she is in a wrong place if we are fools let us be,i wish i can just see you for one!!!!!!!!!!

    Lihle

    5 August 2010 • 10:03 am •
  85. @KK we will miss u…..
    You look beautiful but the glasses is a big NO and everything is perfect.wish you all the best and God be with u

    nan

    5 August 2010 • 10:24 am •
  86. Hey guys.. Did you know, our new SowetanLIVE has comments feeds too.. You can have your say on all the articles… Come on over, and make it interesting.. http://www.sowetanlive.co.za .. In the meantime, please get your friends and families to send us photos to upload on the weddings blog..

    admin

    5 August 2010 • 12:01 pm •
  87. @admin,but sometimes you don’t post our comments,what is wrong or we are not commenting good?

    nan

    5 August 2010 • 3:43 pm •
  88. Nice wedding.Can’t find fault with anything in that dept.

    However , it staggers me how we’re still so title conscious.I find that there’s a lack of humility displayed here , which changed the mood of your occassion for me.

    On a different platform I would have congratulated both of you on your impressive academic achievement. Millions of us would be aware of the time and dedication you’ve put in to achieve what you have.

    I wish you both happiness and long life .

    Neo

    6 August 2010 • 12:20 am •
  89. lihle

    If you an Optometrist you should also know that contact lens are not for every one, especially if you are not used to them they also require a lot of practice to insert them its not a one day event

    luni

    10 August 2010 • 12:44 pm •
  90. *High five* Luni

    Lerato

    10 August 2010 • 2:41 pm •
  91. Luni

    Listening skills my dear,if you understood my e mail you were not going yto respond i said i will recemmend i didn’t say i was going to say she must use them,who are you anyway?are you also a doctor Luni???????????or you just know hear says?????

    Lihle

    10 August 2010 • 6:39 pm •
  92. Once again, beautiful wedding. Ke rata modianyewe mo ditafoleng ka mablomo. Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!

    memem

    11 August 2010 • 1:00 pm •
  93. Dr Lihle you crack me up mara wena tjooooo…..
    you remind me of my bosom friend KK FEVER…..MISS HER

    Nwabisa

    11 August 2010 • 1:20 pm •
  94. Ah guys ke le rata lov n ke le misser 2 com nys….sweety im in da process jus da co dats repsonsible 4 da laptops is slow maan…

    K-fever!

    13 August 2010 • 10:33 am •
  95. @K-fever ‘OK’ and I’m happy o ntse o tlhagella.

    SWEETY

    13 August 2010 • 1:12 pm •
  96. Atleast we chat on emails Kk-fever waka…

    Nwabisa

    13 August 2010 • 1:14 pm •
  97. guys u look gorgeous

    Glory Msungwa

    18 August 2010 • 3:06 pm •
  98. @Lerato, you should go get your head checked mxmxm

    PNN

    26 August 2010 • 1:57 pm •
  99. PEOPLE, STOP BEING IGNORANT. AS THE WISE LADY SAID (LERATO) YOU POOPS ARE TOO IGNORANT. YOU ARE JUST MISSING THE POINT HERE. YOU DNT JUST ATTACK SOMEONE JUST BECAUSE A APERE DIGLASS. SURE LE YENA HA A RATE BUT SHE IS FORCED TO, SO STOP ATTACKING THE POOR LADY. A LONA A NENG MANYALO RE LE BONE BO MISS LITTLE PERFECT.

    lolo

    27 August 2010 • 11:46 am •
  100. tjo mara lona motho aka kubiwa waitsi

    mara bottom line is…..if nabatla hokenya di contacts naka prek-thiza aditlwaele pele before her big day clearly hanahana jwalo but again retlocho rere nkabe adikentse and those batlonyalang pls aparang di contacts ne..lenyalo 9/10
    buuuuut makoti hashapile 2cm kgeeeee aowa

    bo doctor mang mang emangplele tu ke friday:)

    msP

    27 August 2010 • 1:14 pm •
  101. pruddy oMosotho, otseba kobo ya khomo???? tlohela hoba podi!

    lee

    2 September 2010 • 3:00 pm •
  102. eish bothatha ke di gogols(glasses) but the wedding was nice…..

    mina

    9 September 2010 • 7:19 pm •
  103. my name is nikki, yo wedding was so nice.

    nikki

    29 September 2010 • 3:46 pm •
  104. my wedding in 2011

    nikki walaza

    29 September 2010 • 3:48 pm •
  105. Wow stunning what an organized wedding….

    Busi

    14 January 2011 • 11:00 am •
  106. Mina oko le ethote godidimala man there’s nothing wrong ka diglasses uthanda ukugxeka kazi wena unjani?

    MADLAMINI

    13 June 2011 • 8:10 am •
  107. why didnt u invite, but its good.

    mosili makalo

    30 July 2011 • 1:55 pm •