4 local women share how their fathers’ love has impacted them

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Qhamaninande and her father.
Qhamaninande and her father.
Qhamaninande and her father/ supplied

It’s said the first sight of love for many woman is the love she receives from her father and that the way her father treats her will influence the kind of love she invites into her life.

Speaking to Move!, four women share their heartwarming stories of love and the role their fathers have played in their lives as young women.

Mbali Matches is a 19-year-old first year student in international studies at the Stellenbosch University. She and her father share the same taste in music and on any given day you’ll find them listening to music and dancing together, she says. “We listen to jazz and dance together. In fact, music has become so sentimental to me because its something I share deeply with my dad. 

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