She was looking for a humble guy, who is driven and who knows what he wants in life. “If he can’t handle my sisters giving him a taste of us being (family) of snipers, then I wouldn't recommend him to come back,” she said. Everything about Sibusiso was either offline or “online”, a new catchword Tweeps were having fun with last night. And despite all the clues that Precious’ twin sister dropped, Sbu was oblivious.
Tee’s family grilled Sbu, but he seemed to have handled the heat well. So imagine his surprise when he discovered that there’s two of them, dressed alike for extra effect.
For a moment, Sibusiso thought he scored twice – sorry Sbu.
Ra’eesa Pather is a general news journalist with the Mail & Guardian’s online team.
At the dinner with her family, Sibusiso received a warm reception.
But the welcome mat was yanked from under his feet when he revealed that he’s still staying at home.
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After that dry spell, he nearly walked away with two women. ”I am basically looking for an independent woman, who is goal driven, and she must know what she wants,” he said.
She was looking for an independent guy who has a stable job and no children.
The date with her family went fairly well and it seemed her family represented Precious well.
The second hopeful was Sinethemba, a 25-year-old who is a free spirit.
She was looking for a man who has direction in life. She said a deal breaker for her is “too much lies”.