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Whether she lives on a farm in Bloemfontein, the busy streets of Johannesburg or the chilled suburbs of Cape Town, there's something really unique about the ladies in South Africa, and if you happen to find yourself infatuated with one, you can count yourself lucky.

They can be feisty and take no prisoners, but they're also sweet enough for you to take home to your mom. So what should you expect when you're dating a Rooi Rok Bokkie? Of course, we're the Rainbow Nation, so we're all pretty different, but here's a little lighthearted and incredibly rough guideline for you if you've ever considered getting your very own Saffa girl, straight from the horse's mouth. South African ladies love it when you look treat her like a princess and also look after yourself, so if you're planning on taking one of them on a date, be sure you use the term "date" and not "hang out" and that you'll be the type of guy to open the door for her when you pick her up.

Nothing makes a man more attractive than showing the lady he likes that he is a keeper, and South African girls like a man that they could be proud of showing off to their friends and family. Put on your best suit and take her to a snazzy restaurant. The Rainbow Nation as it's known is full of different cultures, so you need to be sure that you research or at least pay attention to some of your lady's traditions.

If she's a Zulu girl, she would want you to know all about the cultural aspects that make her culture unique, and if you're eyeing an Afrikaans girl, she could be big on her religion. If you show that you have an interest in her traditions, chances are that she will respect you a lot more than if you didn't.

Don't have time for traditions? Then, unless your ladylove from SA is the same, it's probably best to move along. When you have a South African girlfriend, you won't need a big brother. It doesn't matter who she is—if someone messes with their mother, brother, little sister or boyfriend, a Saffa girl will not take it lying down.

She will make them regret the day they were born. If there's one thing that South African girls have, it's sass. So if you're so much as rude to a Saffa girl's boyfriend, she'll make you regret the day you were born. Flirting with a man in a relationship with them should also be done with extreme caution. Rugby is something that unites South Africans, no matter what age they are, what race they are or what culture they are.

Whether your South African girlfriend watches rugby or not, she will, at the very least, be able to tell you what a scrum is. It's something that's trained into us from a young age, and you'll hardly walk around in a South African mall and not find someone sporting a "Springbok" jersey somewhere.

The hype around rugby in South Africa goes back decades and there's nothing more fun than chilling at a friend's "braai" on a Saturday afternoon with a Klippies and Cola, watching your guests cheer for their favourite rugby team and celebrating when the game is over. Your girl should be a pro at this as well.

A barbecue is called a "braai", a satsuma is called a "naartjie", and any form of alcohol is called a "dop". If you start dating a South African girl, you'll start picking up on words you've never heard in your life before. If you're going to do something later, you'll start saying that you'll do it "just now" or "now now", and it could mean that you'll do it in 5 minutes time or in a month.

You'll also abbreviate greetings and instead of saying "how's it going? At first you'll probably struggle to understand what your South African love interest is saying to you, but you'll get the hang of it. South Africans tend to swear in one of their 11 official languages, and most of the time it isn't English. This is especially obvious in songs you might have heard from Die Antwoord or the movie District 9. Afrikaans tends to be a favourite because the words are very similar to Dutch and come out rather fierce and rough.

Of course, that doesn't mean that all South African ladies like to swear, some really detest it, but if she's mad, you can be sure that at least one swear word will cross those pretty lips of hers, even if it isn't a bad one. Mind you, you won't even know it because you don't speak one of the 11 official languages, except English of course.

Even if your girl swears like a sailor, you can be sure that she uses her "pleases" and "thank yous" like a saint. Especially when it comes to her elders. Older people are held at a higher standard in South Africa and you'll probably hear your girl refer to older people by saying "uncle this" and "aunty that", and that's because we grow up with Afrikaans people that refer to their elders as "oom" and "tannie".

She will also be a massive hit with your parents because she will ask before she does anything that she might deem disrespectful in your parents' home like leave the table before anyone's finished with their food , keep her swearing to herself and laugh at jokes even if they're only mildly amusing.

We're cool like that. As I've stated before, "braaiing" is a favourite South African past-time, so if your girl loves her meat a little too much then you know where it came from. A favourite for Saffa girls is one big, juicy steak from their local Spur or Dros with a side of "slap" chips. This normally goes hand-in-hand with her love of spending lots of time with her family. So if you're visiting her family with her, expect lots of chatting, eating, laughing and more eating.

Especially meat. Of course you do get the odd vegetarian in South Africa, they still love to eat big portions of whatever is being served, because we just love our food. Whether it's wine, beer, cider or spirits, South African love them some "dop". Or booze. Your girl will know what wine to have with which meat, she'll be able to tell you what type of spirit you're drinking with your cola and most importantly, she'll probably be able to drink way more than you and still keep her composure, and to keep your ego in check, she won't brag about it either.

Again, this doesn't count for all Saffa girls, but if you do come across a girl who likes to drink, she'll be quite good at it. One thing you will notice though, is that most Saffa girls stay away from beer because it's considered "dodgy" in South Africa when a girl drinks beer. Mainly because our beer is the type that will make you grow chest hair. No Bud Light for us, thanks. A South African girl who doesn't like animals, isn't a true South African.

We were born and bred to love our little puppies and kittens like they are our children, so if you fall in love with a girl from South Africa, be prepared to love her "children" just as much. She probably has three little Yorkshire Terriers that keep her company along with a cat named "Fluffy" and they are her whole world. In a country that celebrates wildlife, we learn to love our animals deeply and spoil them constantly - and no, we don't keep lions as pets despite popular belief although that would be absolutely awesome , and it might be strange, but a lot of ladies in South Africa are against hunting, even if their fathers aren't.

There are some people in South Africa who speak English fluently the majority, really , but of course there will always be people who have a bit of an iffy accent, no matter where you go in the world, and South Africa is no exception. Some people struggle to say the "th" sound in "south", "mouth" or "those" and end up saying "f". Others struggle to say the "a" in "African" and end up saying "efrican". Now, if your girl is one of the fluent English speakers, she will probably find it very offensive if you ask her to say "Souf Efrican".

Try to refrain from asking her to say it like that, and if she does speak like that, you'd do well not to point it out. Perhaps South African girls should know that they're pretty, because the most famous South African girls are bombshells Charlize Theron and Victoria Secret model Candice Swannepoel, but we're brought up being modest and that looks aren't everything, so if you're complimenting your girl and she shrugs it off, don't take it personally. Saffa girls appreciate a compliment, but feel terribly awkward accepting it.

She will probably blush or roll her eyes, but you can be sure that she will be giggling about it throughout the day in her own mind. I am dating a South African woman and she is the cream of the crop. An amazing woman she is. I am very lucky. I was so hurt and I used to cry every day ever since my beloved husband left me and got a second wife. I could look at our kids and miss him. It was a hard situation to endure the stress and at work, I could not perform well being a nurse I work on many people but I could be moody and could even lose tempers for small things my colleagues complained and I ed many warnings before the matron.

I tried so much to move on but it was hard I love my husband sometimes I could see him in my dreams wake up thinking he would come but nothing, I used to SMS him but no response calling him he never picked my calls and finally blocked all my s not even to support the kids. I resorted to sangomas and spell casters but not even at one time did I see a change. I started drinking alcohol because I couldn't handle the stress but as you all know once you are drunk you are out of stress it could be worse once the alcohol is out.

I can't forget the day I came back home and our firstborn asked me where is Daddy I miss him a lot why he is no longer coming home I never gave a right answer I went in the bedroom started crying at this time. I thought a lot of bad things but again because I loved my kids I knew I had to be strong because it was my role to play as a mother.

I thought about it with all my heart and finally decided to contact Mama I made everything known to her and she said that we had a future with my husband and we are compatible but the lady had used something on my man which had diverted his feelings away from not only me but also from the whole family. I was so angry at this point and I asked how-how it was possible to get him back. He asked me to sit in the car we talked he was so romantic and he asked my forgiveness since then our lives have been progressing both in relationships and finances. I have written my story to tell everyone who may be in tears that I was like that before.

Thank you, mama,. Am from Uganda and would wish to hookup with a cute, light-skinned Xhosa girl. How do I achieve that? Am currently in my home country Uganda though. Any advise. This is a toned-down version of a very similar article by, I think, the same author. That article seemed straight out of the apartheid era with its overt tones of superiority. An Afrikaans-speaking reader described it as magdag. I don't know what that means but it didn't seem complimentary. I'm currently into a South African girl and i'm Nigerian, believe me so many things pointed out here i could see it in my lady..

SA girls are just sweet! But hope not to see the crazyass side!!! They are totally different from other african girls but it is now depends on your quality that you choose and different language that you use. Be wise when you chose the girl that you really want because you will regret one day and do not blame anyone.

For me it is advantage that i'm vhenda guy. I think some of the descriptions tend to generalize meaning they don't bring out specific realities on personalities. Anyways thanks for the insights. I'm dating a South African girl and read this blog because of the opening paragraph: "there's something really unique about the ladies in South Africa, and if you happen to find yourself infatuated with one, you can count yourself lucky.

They are polite but not stuffy or repressed, feminine but not passive, fun, intelligent and beautiful. They don't seek to 'win' in relationships but rather to partner. I have traveled a lot around the globe and not found better. BTW, can't say the same for South African men. I'd rather stay away from most South African girls colour blind for I can relate to most negative comments.

Now South Africa is a very cosmopolitan country and one could easily bump into some foreign much nicer girl. An admin Afrikaans lady at work close to being able to retire told me the other day she does not understand why girls maybe was she talking about Afrikaans girls nowadays try to be the boss of the relationship. Few days later she also told me that there are so many more girls than guys in the country. In other words, if you're willing to date an SA girl, don't spend waste? So sad you, I am south african and i have a south african wife that i would not swop for any other women on this planet, i work in Italy and some other parts of Europe and the women i have encountered are well um yes actually yes no comment.

I have worked with South African women and had to deal with them as they were my customers. I think they expect the very best and will drive you crazy with their demands. Very class conscious and want to be higher up the ranks than others so that they can look down their noses at others. Will fire you for trivial reasons too, without being fair.

If I had a son I would say that they are very pretty women but they expect too much of others. I will not work for another South African again as now have had 2 bad experiences with them - one male and one female South African as a boss. Probably a one off sort of nightmare. Kevin barlow, I don't know who you dated in SA that you this opinion of classifying all SA women as "Stuck Up" and "gold diggers" I am very independent, Don't need a man for shit! So I suggest you rather keep your KAK comments and opinions to yourself! You will never meet any girl in another country that have quality like ours!

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