Newlyweds participate in a mass wedding

43 Comments

  1. Wow what a weddings. Why is everybody asleep, anyway god bless you all.

    Vero

    14 October 2009 • 11:16 am •
  2. Is this a joke or what?

    Brenda

    14 October 2009 • 12:31 pm •
  3. oh okay i am wondering if the brides feel any special i believe that as a bride on your wedding day all eyes should be on you so la angazi…

    Mpumi

    14 October 2009 • 1:19 pm •
  4. nee man this is not gud this day is meant for you everyone should look at you tha’s how the wedding should be and feel special 4 that not that days like this come everyday.anyway gud luck

    TEBOGO

    14 October 2009 • 2:44 pm •
  5. dont like it at all.

    Thobeka

    14 October 2009 • 3:14 pm •
  6. I dont like this…. is complicated neh…..

    Lydia Bochum

    14 October 2009 • 3:36 pm •
  7. Tjo tjo!!! Is it real? I mean serious????

    Tebogo

    15 October 2009 • 12:35 pm •
  8. I think everything is all about the BRIDe so this nop.

    ZaneleT

    15 October 2009 • 1:41 pm •
  9. Haaa.. they all look the same.I`m not impressed at all

    Lola

    16 October 2009 • 9:56 am •
  10. hayyi bo

    thuls

    16 October 2009 • 11:11 am •
  11. this is too much complicated

    Buli

    16 October 2009 • 11:31 am •
  12. I don’t think any women can like this, Wedding day meant to be special for one couple for that specific day, what about far from the camera, we can’t even see their faces.

    Suzan Nchabeleng

    16 October 2009 • 2:07 pm •
  13. awa lakhona kudlalwa ngabantu straight.realy whats this?

    zanele

    19 October 2009 • 10:15 am •
  14. yho dnt lyk this at all

    ons

    19 October 2009 • 11:09 am •
  15. I say nope to this..this is a definate No No,I mean that is supposed to be a speacial days for the couple with all eyes on the..there is no way in hell that you can feel special & hav a memorable day in a mass wedding.

    Prudence

    19 October 2009 • 12:23 pm •
  16. LOL Vero, i like your comment

    Tiso

    19 October 2009 • 1:38 pm •
  17. Ee, tlhe bathong ke botsenwa fela.

    Debbie

    19 October 2009 • 2:21 pm •
  18. This was a blessing most couples will have wedding parties following this even later. I’m glad I received The Blessing in 1982 I have so many wedding classmates. When we meet each other we feel we share common values and can trust our sons and daughters to marry each other like many are doing right now. Its a tradition that the whole world should enjoy.

    patty sunshine

    19 October 2009 • 3:43 pm •
  19. I dont like it at all….

    sally

    20 October 2009 • 12:38 pm •
  20. did these people exchange vows? im so confused it must be worse for the brides bcos most are sleeping imagine you wake up and you mrs so& so isono mara niyabona…….

    lee

    20 October 2009 • 12:43 pm •
  21. hahhahaha! Tebogo i like ure comment. i really dont lyk this

    mimmy

    21 October 2009 • 1:03 pm •
  22. Hayini people this is not nice at all i am picturing them replying the I Do in choir, i do not like it at all.

    Neto

    22 October 2009 • 8:49 am •
  23. hayi bo ningazodlala ngathi nina

    thando

    22 October 2009 • 11:54 am •
  24. Guys look @ pic 12, whats going on with de pic frame? where is the bride?

    Zanele

    22 October 2009 • 12:27 pm •
  25. I believe we must all honour other people’s traditions as we are hounouring ours!!! Patty Sunshine says it’s a Blessing, which is their tradition… What’s wrong with that??? Tradition is tradition, let’s respect that.

    Becky

    27 October 2009 • 10:42 am •
  26. Shoo!!! i on the wedding 1 couple must feel special not in crowd
    this is too much

    Bella

    27 October 2009 • 3:47 pm •
  27. This is very terrible nt like it at all

    Mahlodi

    27 October 2009 • 3:48 pm •
  28. IS THIS CULTURE OR SOMEONES IDEA?

    pearloza

    27 October 2009 • 4:09 pm •
  29. is this their culture,if yes lets not criticize. anyway best wishes…….

    Rivonia

    29 October 2009 • 12:58 pm •
  30. why so many weddings in one day

    sarah

    2 November 2009 • 11:13 am •
  31. wow this is amazing

    sarah

    2 November 2009 • 11:14 am •
  32. Jo, Jo, Jo. Mehlolo ke eo bathong.

    Menaiza

    3 November 2009 • 11:23 am •
  33. Hay ke mehlolo ya nnete

    nthabiseng

    4 November 2009 • 2:28 pm •
  34. yoh dis is the worst wedding eva im glad i was nt the guys this is not ayoba

    fikile

    30 December 2009 • 8:30 am •
  35. Kubi man akusizi ukaqamba amaga kubi!!

    Lihle

    1 July 2010 • 8:29 pm •
  36. Lihle lol love yur reply tradition or not kubi ke qha qwaba.

    Nwai

    13 July 2010 • 1:26 pm •
  37. Bloggers ,there is a church here in Mzansi where they have more that 50 weddings in one day , what is suprising about this tradition it’s all the same, and there you can even marry more than one wife.

    Karabo

    14 July 2010 • 7:53 am •
  38. hoooo haai never

    Thato

    22 July 2010 • 11:59 am •
  39. This is a Church tradition, I love it and I am a woman (^^,).

    Mashudu

    3 November 2010 • 10:34 am •
  40. I have participated in a mass wedding. There are no complications, nor do you feel any less special. The reason we Unificationist have mass weddings is that we believe a marriage is for myself, my family, my society, my nation and eventually the universe. It is a cosmic event that has never occured before. We may be a bit sleep on the photos which we are not suppose to but we are happy to participate and know why we participate.

    Boitumelo Shole

    3 November 2010 • 10:39 am •
  41. In our church which is Unification Church, we believe in one man and one woman. Marrying more than one spouse is not allowed. Absolutely not. We believe in the absoluteness of conjugal love, we know this is Heavenly Culture. Our mass weddings also proclaim this on our vows.

    Boitumelo Shole

    3 November 2010 • 10:41 am •
  42. I am a Unificationist, Blessed in 2000 right here in Mzansi. Simply put the Marriage Blessing unites different cultures, races and religions breaking down all the barriers. This is truly magnificent and sacred. Totally awesome

    Lebza

    3 November 2010 • 10:50 am •
  43. I am a unificationist. Am still single. The biggest honour for me will be taking part in the holy blessing ceremony with fellow brothers and sisters. Yes, this is someone’s idea but it’s become a culture; every culture comes from an idea.
    I am a young lady doing ok for herself, I became a unificationist as an adult and fell in love with the culture.

    Kefilwe Ashley

    10 November 2010 • 1:23 pm •