Mzansi noticed this about the family that went to Mamazala
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Mzansi noticed this about the family that went to Mamazala

When we watch #Mamazala, we always witness two families fighting each other for money. Today, we meet Bawinile, who is concerned about her ailing sister-in-law,

When we watch #Mamazala, we always witness two families fighting each other for money. Today, we meet Bawinile, who is concerned about her ailing sister-in-law, who is suffering from depression and wants her to return to her marital home, even though her husband has abandoned her there.

The care that the in-laws have for their ailing daughter-in-law is heartfelt.

Her husband passed away in 2013, and her brother adopted her in 2018. Since then, the child has been raised by themselves. It has been years since her husband passed away, and it has been years since she has returned to her hometown, but she has never once stopped by her house or seen her son, who is now 17 years old.

This is the worst possible scenario for the boy because his mother is practically consuming the payoff from his father’s insurance policy as well as her own retirement money without providing financial assistance for him.

Because her child is homesick for her, the Zwane family is eager to reunite with their sister-in-law. The passing of the husband had a significant effect on the wife, and it ultimately resulted in the disintegration of the family unit. Even if she were to marry again after the death of her husband, according to custom, the sister-in-law would still be considered a member of the Zwane family. Her husband’s family would handle the lobola negotiations for her, and she would pay them for their services.

The fact that both families are interested in monetary gain is hardly a secret. The disbursements from the government pensions serve as inspiration for the sisters-in-law. The brother intends to keep his sister for her own good, so that he can benefit from her company. The spouses of the spouses of the spouses’ children continue to refer to the sister-in-law as their daughter-in-law.

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They are fighting for her and want her back, they even have someone to look after her, maybe being with her son will make her feel better. It is so tragic that this lady’s family is only using her because of the money that she brings in. Her in-laws are fighting for her and want her back.

We always witness two families fighting each other for money. Today, we meet Bawinile, who is concerned about her ailing sister-in-law, who is suffering from depression and wants her to return to her marital home, even though her husband has abandoned her there. The care that the in-laws have for their ailing daughter-in-law is heartfelt.

Her husband passed away in 2013, and her brother adopted her in 2018. Since then, the child has been raised by themselves. It has been years since her husband passed away, and it has been years since she has returned to her hometown, but she has never once stopped by her house or seen her son, who is now 17 years old.

This is the worst possible scenario for the boy because his mother is practically consuming the payoff from his father’s insurance policy as well as her own retirement money without providing financial assistance for him.

Because her child is homesick for her, the Zwane family is eager to reunite with their sister-in-law. The passing of the husband had a significant effect on the wife, and it ultimately resulted in the disintegration of the family unit.
Even if she were to marry again after the death of her husband, according to custom, the sister-in-law would still be considered a member of the Zwane family. Her husband’s family would handle the lobola negotiations for her, and she would pay them for their services.

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The fact that both families are interested in monetary gain is hardly a secret. The disbursements from the government pensions serve as inspiration for the sisters-in-law. The brother intends to keep his sister for her own good, so that he can benefit from her company. The spouses of the spouses of the spouses’ children continue to refer to the sister-in-law as their daughter-in-law.

They are fighting for her and want her back, they even have someone to look after her, maybe being with her son will make her feel better. It is so tragic that this lady’s family is only using her because of the money that she brings in. Her in-laws are fighting for her and want her back.