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Here are some tips for the makoti who will be spending the holidays with her in-laws

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Young brides going to their inlaws this December should prepare themselves mentally before they go.
Young brides going to their inlaws this December should prepare themselves mentally before they go.
PHOTO: SUPPLIED/ Makoti Bootcamp

Visiting your in-laws for the first time can be very daunting for any new makoti. Sometimes they just don't know what to expect. 

Author Phindile Mbonane Ndebele has written a book that is set to help the makotis and equip them for their duties once they get to their inlaws. Her book, Makoti, has recipes women can use to learn how to make traditional meals that will impress any inlaws. 

She urges women to equip themselves when heading to the rural areas.

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