In the 1950s, when women would go to college to further their education, it was often said they had another plan too – to get what was referred to as their M.R.S. degree – they were there to find their future husbands. But that was then. What about now? As commentator Shandukani Mulaudzi found out, many in her family think she probably should have had that degree on her agenda too.
Weddings are a time for ceremonies and for parties. They’re a time for bringing two families together. And when a wedding also means the marriage of two cultures, it’s a little trickier, as commentator Nina Agrawal has found out.