Dating agency in zimbabwe
This proverb sums up the dating culture of most of the Zezuru, Korekore, Karanga and Manyika people in Zimbabwe (at least in the 90s and before) who would only marry from within their tribes and boundaries.Marriage, or rather dating, in Zimbabwe, used to be an ‘institution or an arrangement’ which involved a lot of rules and cultural or moral expectations that two people in a relationship were suppose to follow. In recent years with the advent of new technological gadgets like smartphones and laptops, there is a new dating trend which is fast developing in the country: internet dating. I am a guy aged 29 looking for a sugar mummy who has got a better job and who can respect me. ‘Rooranai vematongo’ is a Shona proverb better translated into English as ‘marry those from your neighborhood’.One 30 year old, Tendai, feels the same way as Gracy.
We fell in love within weeks of meeting one another, we could not be more suited or more compatible.
After just six months we cannot see a future without one another.
I was never going to join Evening Touch, until my workmate convinced me to do so!
As of 2014, out of the 14-million people in Zimbabwe, about 5.2 million now have internet access, a development which is seeing internet dating grow.
Sites like Metrodate, Topface, Dating Buzz and Evening Touch, to mention just a few are helping boys, girls, men and women find dates.Only 4 weeks into my membership I met my now husband Krish (and my housemate, Yona, met her long term partner Evance only a week later).