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They are exciting – Whiteman who has enjoyed Zulu, Sotho & Swati women wants to marry an African woman

Casper Badenhorst

Want an African woman and I am ready to marry one!

These were the words of mlungu Casper Badenhorst.

The 45-year-old lives in Lethabong kasi in Pretoria east, Tshwane. He’s known as Matome in the kasi.

He said he is looking for a woman with a good heart and she has to be African.

“I don’t care about her size or body shape, but her personality. I don’t care if she’s a yellow bone or not.

“I’ve dated white women but I don’t like them because they are looking for status and wealth,” Matome told Daily Sun.

He said he has so far dated Zulu, Sotho, and Swati women and they were all amazing.

He previously tried to marry a Zulu woman, but her family wanted R50 000 for her lobola, which he didn’t have.

“This didn’t stop my love for African women because they are exciting.

“I still want to spend the rest of my life with them,” he said.
He said he was hoping to save enough money for lobola, but lockdown made it difficult.

Matome grew up in Bethlehem, Free State.

He said his love of living with black people led to him renting a room in Mamelodi, Tshwane.

He walks around the kasi barefoot.

“Whenever I wear any kind of shoe, they tear away and this made me give up on buying shoes,” he told the People’s Paper.

Matome, who has no children, works as a security guard and sells wood in his spare time.

He loves his pap and vleis.

-Daily Sun

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