IT WILL take 25 cows or close to R260 000 to marry this Ndebele virgin.
Eunice Ntuli said she has been taking good care of herself and reserving herself for her husband. Moreover, she has avoided men all her life and claims she has never even k!ssed a man.
But the 25-year-old electrical engineering student from Kwaggafontein in Mpumalanga told Daily Sun she is not expensive, but just needs true love and someone who is respectful.
She said she is a proud Ndebele virgin and she sometimes walks around with her breasts out. “I am proud of myself and when men see me walk in the streets or malls with my br3asts out, they look at me in disbelief,” she said.
“Some men, even Ndebele princes, have proposed to marry me, but one must pay lobola first in order for me to allow them to break my v!rginity.”
Eunice said she decided to keep her v!rginity to spare herself from diseases, teenage pregnancy and other problems young women encounter.
“I am ready to get married, but I’m waiting for Mr Right. I need that number of cows for lobola as I am pure.”
She said the man who wants to marry her must respect their culture and be honest.
“What I need is true love. I don’t need gadgets, expensive cars and mansions.
“My message to young women is they must know their value and not allow themselves to be used by men. Young women must afford themselves first,” said Eunice, who runs a laundry business in Kwaggafontein.
Ndebele cultural expert Thuthukile Kabini (59) said Eunice is a mentor for other virgins. She said she checked her v!rginity in July and she can confirm she’s still a v!rgin. “She is respectful and she respects her culture. I am proud of Eunice,” said Kabini.