The KFC couple, South Africa's favourite newly-weds-to-be, has been spotted enjoying their weekend at the Soweto derby on Saturday.Bhut' Hector and his soon-to-be wife, Nonhlanhla, were captured dancing together while watching Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.The couple, who are Chiefs supporters, had more reason to smile as their team edged out their rivals 3-2. The couple found a place in the hearts of many South Africans when a video of Bhut' Hector taking a knee to propose to Nonhlanhla in a KFC in the Vaal went viral. KFC called on South Africans to help them find the couple.Mzansi please help us find this beautiful couple, re batla ho ba blesser ?? DM us any leads, there might be a Finger Lickin' Good surprise in it for you too. Batho ba Vaal re thuseng! We love love ???? #KFCProposal pic.twitter.com/6bj89dtj4j— KFC South Africa (@KFCSA) November 7, 2019 Sittting next to the #KFCProposal couple ?????? so cute pic.twitter.com/ea170x4Fci— Tumi Kgasoe (@TumiKgasoe) November 9, 2019 Soon after, companies pledged their services to the couple, including Kulula, Standard Bank, Audi, Coca-Cola and Woolworths, to name a few.#KFCProposal list of the things donated or contributed so far???????? pic.twitter.com/SaZFJAF8Bx— ntsikelelocalvinntsika (@canga8876) November 8, 2019 Celebrity personalities Zakes Bantwini, DJ Fresh and Donald and DJ PH offered their services for the much-anticipated wedding.UPDATE: @JoeHuman and I went to go see our couple today and they are besides themselves. ????This is a lot to process so they’ve asked for time to figure out their next moves. We’ll try to keep everyone posted with any developments #KFCProposal Thanks again @KFCSA ?????? pic.twitter.com/8hVstYjXCT— I AM YOUR MC! (@alphi_s) November 8, 2019 To help the lobola negotiations run smoothly, we'll send a case of Jameson Select Reserve, oMalume bavule umlomo #KFCProposal https://t.co/MkwKMzLW0C— Jameson South Africa (@JamesonSA) November 8, 2019 According to the Sowetan, the couple has thanked South Africans for their love and support but said they would like their privacy for the time-being.