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Somizi says when it comes to his marriage he is in it to win

TV presenter. Radio host. Reality star. Dancer. Choreographer. Husband. Somizi is “in it to win it” when it comes to his marriage. The veteran TV and radio personality tied the knot over the weekend at his husband Mohale Mutaung’s family home in Kibler Park, Johannesburg, in a star-studded traditional wedding.

Mzansi’s A-listers who managed to score an invite included Bonang Matheba, Khanyi Mbau, Thando Thabethe, Kelly Khumalo, Pearl Thusi, Cassper Nyovest, Lerato Kganyago, Moozlie and EFF leader Julius Malema.

Somizi on marriage

Somizi’s mother, veteran actress Mary Twala, and his daughter Bahumi Madisakwane were also in attendance as well as the mother of his child, actress Palesa Madisakwane.

Somizi and Mohale

Still gushing over the whole extravaganza and being married, Somizi took to Instagram to share a post with a caption that read: “Dear Lord. May this be our forever. Mohale Kganya is in love. I’m on (sic) it to win it. Kganya, which means “light”, is the new name Somizi was given by Mohale parents. If his Instagram posts are anything to go by, it’s safe to say that Somizi is still enjoying his post-traditional wedding honeymoon phase.

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Source: News365

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