Thuli Phongolo: Zulu Men, I am Ready To Marry

The disk jockey and media personality Thulisile Phongolo looks to be ‘ready to settle down and get married after attending a friend’s wedding.

The ceremony was so beautiful and well-executed that Thuli could not help but want something similar for herself too. Her friend was getting married into a Zulu family, and as expected, the ceremony was both beautiful and culturally enriched, which left Thuli in awe.

The actresses and DJ took her Instagram story to celebrate her friend’s big day. “My friend is a Makoti now. The Lobola ceremony was…” wrote Thuli. “I Don’t have the right words to describe it. Marrying into a Zulu family is a beautiful experience in terms of culture!!! Everything was just…The songs??? I’m in awe,” she continued.

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It is undeniable that Thuli clearly had a good time attending her friend’s Lobola ceremony, so much so that she might be having wedding fever. She also took this time to let Zulu men know that she was ready to be a Zulu Makoti as well. “Zulu men, I hope you’re having a good day, Banda. I’m not saying I’m ready, but I’m also saying I’m not ready,” she said.

In other news, former South African president Jacob Zuma has appealed to the constitutional council to revoke its ruling of contempt of court against him.

Jacob Zuma was fined for failing to appear before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture and provide testimony.

On Friday, Zuma filed an urgent motion with the court, requesting that it reconsider its decision to imprison him, stating that the decision was made in his absence and that the court must determine if it acted within the confines of the country’s Constitution.

His legal team, led by advocate Dali Mpofu claims 15 months in prison will endanger his health.

He explained that his health issues prevented him from returning to the state capture commission. He opined that Raymond Zondo, the commission chairperson, has been unfair in the ruling against him.

The court granted Zuma’s motion to reverse his contempt ruling, and it would hear the matter on 12 July. The former president had till Sunday to turn himself up at the Westville Correctional Facility, failing which police would have three days to arrest him.

According to legal expert Paul Hoffman, former President Jacob Zuma’s detention will be decided only when the Constitutional Court hears his case.

Hoffman opined that the brief time had given Zuma some breathing space. He said: “The ruling that he should go to prison will be reconsidered on the 12th. Until it is reconsidered, it is not fair to him to expect him to go and sit in jail for a week or two”.

Source: www.Newzandar News

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