- Local woman, Anushka Koitsioe, has taken to popular Facebook group, #I'mStaying to show off her black husband, and interracial family
- She and her husband, who she lovingly refers to as her pride and joy, have been married for nearly two years
- The post received a lot of love from fellow Facebookers who loved to see the young couple thriving
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A beautiful marriage is definitely something worth bragging about. A marriage that managed to overcome racial barriers is even lovelier, especially in a country like South Africa which was once plagued by apartheid.
So even though it may not seem like a big deal to everyone, it is a big deal for local white woman, Anushka Koitsioe. She took to one of SA's Facebook groups, #I'mStaying to share pictures and gush over her black husband and two interracial kids.
"This is me & my handsome African husband. He is my pride and joy. We see no colour we see #1. It has never changed and will never change.We met in a informal settlement called Site 5 in the South Peninsula, my best friend lived there and I use to visit her. And there I met my best friend and soul mate. Long story short, he stole my heart within a few seconds and nothing has changed, we not have 2 beautiful children and have been married for nearly a year this weekend. I'm a proud African woman!"
Her post touched the hearts of her fellow stayers who encouraged people to continue living without seeing colour and race. They also wished Anushka a lovely marriage and congratulated her on her beautiful African family. Read some of their comments below.
Priscilla Malapane said:
"Love is a beautiful thing. May God bless your marriage."
Kim Lafferty Viljoen said:
"What a lovely story to tell your kids and grandkids once day! Wishing you an eternity of happiness."
While Barbie KgaoKgethi Mashifane Makoti said:
"You are so beautiful yoh, and those kids are so adorable."
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