My friend had been contemplating to make a full confession to his wife that he'd been seeing another woman - and wanted to marry her, with his wife's blessing.
Having been caught cheating in the past, he knew that if his wife found out he'd been at it again, a divorce would probably be on the cards. That is why he had to strike first.
One night as he was sleeping next to his wife, he had a dream in which his great-grandfather said: "We know your wife has been to a doctor so she can stop having children. But we Dlaminis need more children. So, get another wife."
During "the dream", Dlamini kept crying out, "but grandpa what is my wife going to say?" He shouted so much that his wife woke up and shook him out of the dream. He'd hoped that she would ask what he'd been dreaming about. She didn't.
On the third night, the wife lost her cool. She switched on the bedside lamp and wanted to know what was going on.
"My great-grandpa," he said, "in fact the whole Dlamini ancestry, is angry with me."
"Eish, I don't know how to say this. they say I must take another wife."
"Tell them to come to me," she said with finality. And switched off the light.