Mr. and Mrs. Vilakazi

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  1. EH go tsamaya ke go bona ankere?????a manchi ga kena ona, Modimo a le tshegofatse ba ga Vilakazi.

    Nnete ya baba!!

    9 July 2014 • 9:14 am •
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    • go tsamaya ke go bona sure case

      Blessing

      9 July 2014 • 2:04 pm •
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      • And then u have the decency of telling us we comment nasty things while u yourself says ” Go Tsamata ke go bona sure case” arent u contradicting yourself ???

        Moneylover

        10 July 2014 • 9:30 am •
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  2. God bless the Vilakazi’s….

    Noni

    9 July 2014 • 9:44 am •
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  3. Was this a 2 days wedding because i see tiffany chairs on one pic and another pic i see covered chairs…But anyway wishing you all the best in ur marriage.

    Sowetan please post weddings hle, we are so looking forwward for new weddings.

    Mahlako

    9 July 2014 • 10:16 am •
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    • lala gape nna ke founile maabane ba re ppl ba retractor di weddings coz we r bring rude so I guess we have to be nyc to get weddings……so bloggers no more negative comments only nyc comments in other words LIES #claps once

      Nnete ya baba!!

      10 July 2014 • 6:53 am •
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      • lol Nnete Ijooo haai gona re mathatheng gee…..i thought is becuase it is winter now and there is no lot of weddings taking place, i guess u guys will have to wait for my wedding pictures then. i can take any kind comments.

        Mahlako

        10 July 2014 • 8:46 am •
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  4. so i go for maternity leave and this is what i come back to?hhayi you guys are way toooo young to have done something enjena, ur centerpiece in the tent is realy not ayoba, i also c you didnt have bridesmaids or groomsmen nje as its just chaos in those pics.i luv de colours ku your dress thou and it fits you nicely and u r naturaly beautiful sisi, anyway congrats kuwe no baby wakho

    Zandi

    9 July 2014 • 10:34 am •
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  5. Aus wa meriri e me gold/blonde….haaai
    Eintlek Im confused but God bless your union!

    Lee

    9 July 2014 • 10:42 am •
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  6. ok

    reggie gal

    9 July 2014 • 11:32 am •
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  7. God bless your union Mr & Mrs Vilakazi!!!

    Nonny

    9 July 2014 • 12:23 pm •
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  8. Nnete ya baba you can say that again! Le nna a manchi ga kena ona. God bless your union Mr & Mrs Vilakazi.

    Phophi

    9 July 2014 • 12:24 pm •
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  9. Haebo, I fail to understand gore why spending so much money on d├ęcor e be o sa apare white gown, this traditional wedding thing ga dintshi ka yona, anyway modimo a le segofatse

    dk

    9 July 2014 • 12:36 pm •
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  10. Congrats, Mrs Vilakazi u are beautiful. Eish mara yo pic are too busy, i don’t see bridesmaids & groomsman. The decor is not up to date but i like the cake “very nice”, but the rest i lost words for it.

    Christy

    9 July 2014 • 2:16 pm •
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  11. If they did white wedding and tradition it was going to be nice , manje I dont understand whats happening here. 2 traditional attires that are not even nice. dissapointed. I give this 2 out of 10. 2 because ushadile atleast.

    Zalanjalo

    9 July 2014 • 2:58 pm •
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  12. That red duku is it for zangoma’s or is it a swati tradittion ????

    Moneylover

    9 July 2014 • 3:01 pm •
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  13. Different strokes for different folks! Batho ba ka se fetse go bua! It looks like u enjoyed your day, may the same apply to your marriage. Pretty dress by the way.

    Content Soul

    10 July 2014 • 6:51 am •
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  14. some people likes go buwa dilo tse snaks I wonder gore bone ba nyetse or nyetswe any way congra guys wishing you all the best

    Blessing

    10 July 2014 • 8:12 am •
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    • @Blessing u dont want to start ngama bloggers , they will eat you alive. Dont be worried about other people’s comments just say what u need to say and leave others to comment as well. This is a public platform. If u cant take comments then leave the blog. and whether they are married or not how is that your problem ???

      Moneylover

      10 July 2014 • 9:27 am •
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      • Great advice she better take it bfr she is skinned alive….Sa tlo re foka ne Blessing!!

        Nnete ya baba!!

        11 July 2014 • 7:06 am •
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  15. your pics are too much busy……..anyway congrats

    Trueteller

    10 July 2014 • 10:47 am •
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  16. tjoo ok. main dress was def not made for you. not ayoba
    God bless your union

    rene

    10 July 2014 • 12:16 pm •
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  17. Sisi we dye e blonde , tjooo. lol

    ZOZOZO

    10 July 2014 • 12:29 pm •
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  18. be leswanela ankere baga Vilakazi. God bless your union.

    nnete

    11 July 2014 • 9:25 am •
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  19. I love your deco on your brown and cream traditional wedding and 1 of the guest/ladies on the last pic, is wearing a beautiful dress, a blue and white one!! wishing you all the best on your marriage hope you enjoyed your wedding!!

    Manthe

    11 July 2014 • 11:54 am •
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  20. Beauty at its best, I like everything about this wedding, including the Tswana dance…..

    Adeline

    14 July 2014 • 10:17 am •
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  21. ke le lebogisa mme le ntate Vilakazi, o kare nke le etsitse a touch of a wedding gown or cream. go didimetse thata.

    Miss Lee

    14 July 2014 • 1:53 pm •
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  22. Good work guys, Red cloth is for Swati tradition (Vilakazi, Makoti must be Motswana. Proudly African.

    Craezy-Lin

    15 July 2014 • 8:58 am •
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  23. May I please have the details of this wedding. Where did it take place, your designers, decor people etc.

    mandi

    15 July 2014 • 12:52 pm •
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    • it took place at zola 2 the designer ke IBRAHIM,Decor guy ke fanyana

      friend

      15 July 2014 • 3:13 pm •
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  24. nyc wedding

    KGONATSALENA

    16 July 2014 • 5:19 am •
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  25. Ne ke le teng!!! bontle feela…

    Maisa

    21 July 2014 • 9:25 am •
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  26. May God bless your Marriage.I dont understand why people set high standards and expect perfect weddings.whereas they dont know the budget ya banyadi.You did what is best for you.As long financially you will be able to cope after wedding celebration, coz the expects dont foot the bill they just critisize.

    Beautiful

    23 July 2014 • 8:12 am •
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  27. some weddings tjoo

    boledi

    25 July 2014 • 7:17 am •
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  28. Hi and congradulations.Beutiful wedding.Like the Tswana traditional dancers,can i pleasw have their contact details.

    Mmabatho

    25 July 2014 • 8:43 pm •
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  29. Congradulation Mr AND Mrs Vilakazi you guys you looking WOW

    Maria

    7 August 2014 • 2:34 pm •
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  30. Ag shame mara what can we say. Mara re tla buwa re sa fetse. God bless u guys.

    Sweetness

    2 September 2014 • 12:45 pm •
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  31. I only like mkhwenyana’s outfit!!

    Licy

    10 November 2014 • 9:08 am •
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