“If there is real love between people then there is no fighting. People should go back to the drawing board and see what brought them together in the first place.“This is time of love and to young couples do what (Alick) Macheso said in Ngaibake, let love blossom. This is only difficult for people who have shenanigans they don’t want their partners to know about. Whatever they were hiding is now coming out and leads to fights,” she said.
“There should be no secrets in marriage. Whatever some were hiding is now coming out. They can’t make those calls or send those messages which they used to do and it results in clashes,” she said.
She said the lockdown has brought time for bonding saying people no longer had time for their families and family disintegrations were on a high.“People were now prioritising other things and no longer had time for their families. On weekends men would be at braai spots and now it is not being permitted and they now feel like they are out of place. People should actually celebrate this opportunity to bond with their wives, husbands and children,” she said.