MOST women in Mzansi celebrated Women’s Day by praising women who marched against the pass law in 1965.
But women in Durban celebrated this day by trying to understand why men cheat.
Hundreds of women gathered for the Woman to Woman: Ezikabhoqo seminar for women at Ambassadors House Ministries on Wednesday.
Nomagugu Zikhali (32), a guest, said: “What do men want? We do everything for them but they still chase after young girls.”
Seminar founder Zanele Mbokazi-Nkambule, a former TV and radio personality, addressed women who don’t want to go wild in bed.
She said: “Communication and sex are the keys to having a successful relationship. Go and get yourselves sexy lingerie and claim your marriage.”
Mbali Mseleku, of reality show Uthando Nesithembu fame, said: “Men are never satisfied with one woman.
They’ll always chase other women, even if you do everything for them. It’s in their nature and there’s nothing wrong with you.”
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