An unorthodox wedding featuring a South African woman and twin brothers has hit the headlines.
According to reports, the twin brothers married the unidentified woman with photos of the ceremony depicting the trio wearing rings and kneeling on a grass mat.
In a short video, a man is seen doing a Zulu dance followed by one of the husbands doing the same dance, before resuming his seat next to his wife.
Speaking to the Daily Sun, a spokesman of the Ebuhleni faction of the Shembe church where the incident allegedly took place said that they are yet to establish whether the ceremony actually happened.
“But what I can tell you is that the church is against this kind of marriage,” said Thokozani Mncwango, adding that they are going to check if the wedding did take place.
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According to the Daily Sun, in August 2018, a group of Shembe women wrote to the judicial council, saying that if a man was allowed to take another wife, women should be allowed to have two husbands.