Fans of Divhambele and his radio show on Phalaphala FM know him as a TV, football and gospel music enthusiast with a passion for his home province and a love for his fiancé.
The ideal counter to her husband-to-be, friends know forensic auditor Mash as the shy, quiet one with an understated sense of style.
The couple already had their traditional Venda ceremonies in December so this was their Christian wedding and as the setting was in our Northern most province they were guaranteed sunny weather all weekend.
The wedding was the official opening of a new venue and co-ordinator Thembi Tshifhango set the scene with white, winter flowers and clean, modern, simple lines.
Since the cake would be the dessert for the couple’s hundreds of guests, Marubini Nesengani went for more than one.
The bride was walked down the aisle by her brother Funnie Rambuda, while the ceremony, blessing and sermon made for an interdenominational celebration featuring both Baptist and Pentecostal churches.
The bouquet went straight to one of the bridesmaids, making Mash even happier.
Friends were all delighted that Mr. and Mrs. Mbalavhali will stay in Polokwane, raise their family here and remain close to their Venda roots.