Is This the end of the road for the lovers who married at a young age?

Some years ago, the father received a lot of criticism for making lobola payments on behalf of his then-18-year-old son Syacela and his then-16-year-old daughter Thando. The wedding of this young couple made headlines all throughout Moja, so much so that they were featured in a documentary on love in the region. The public has always disapproved of the couple’s decision to get married and has expected that they will eventually split up.

Syacela, although being legally married to Thando, decided last week that he wanted to marry the woman with whom he had been having an affair. After Syacela admitted his infidelity to his wife, their relationship began to deteriorate.



Thando finally accepted the truth that she no longer loved her husband and decided that she did not want to continue living in an unhappy marriage in yesterday’s show. Mom, I don’t love him. Personally, I have no desire to lie. A third voice said, “There isn’t always more,” and it was Thando.

Twitter has become a forum where people can air their opinions on the matter. It’s great that Thando has the courage to say what many others have seen as inevitable “(I intend to remain in this area only until I graduate from high school. The second user to weigh in on the conversation on Twitter said, “This is the happiest I’ve ever been, and I don’t want to come back once I leave (Thando). Thando realizes that Syacela isn’t the one for her after some time has passed.