Kaya 959 Reporter
Even though many singletons struggled to meet new people with all the restrictions imposed in the country, there we those who successfully took their love game to the next level.
Times were harder for conventional met ups, such as walks in the park, date nights at the movies walks on the beach.
It became clearer very early that virtual was the way to go.
Many single people around the took advantage of the new normal.
With today marking exactly a month before Valentine’s Day, Thomas and Skhumba asked Kaya 959 listeners if they found love during the lockdown.
Fell in love and had a baby
One listener shared how she broke up with her lover and met a new lover and had a baby.
One listener shared how she rekindled things with her first love 12 years later. A full-circle love story. They have now bought a property and are moving in together.
Zoom kind of love
This past week, news of a couple who are about to tie the knot; that met on zoom back in 2020 got Mzansi all fuzzy.
Pauline Moeketsi and Siya Tembe started dating two months after meeting on a dating app and only met in person when restrictions were lifted.
I walked into my birthday surprise and left with a ring on my finger 😭🥂💃🏽💕🥰💓❤️😁 pic.twitter.com/5d1W6QJxoa— Pauline Moeketsi (@PMoeketsi91) January 7, 2022
How it started // How it’s Going 😁 pic.twitter.com/K1RJlCGopB— Siya (@SS_Tembe) January 6, 2022
Love always wins in the end.