These range from, "Babe, signal is bad at the bundus; sthandwa sam, I forgot my iPhone X charger in Pretoria, or Joburg, and people at home use old phones".
Or they might even have told you that the elders are having some serious talks with them (which was true, but not for the reasons you imagined), and they did not have time to talk to you.
But it turns out they were tying the knot. They got hitched and you got played.
Perhaps you should have insisted on that video call, and seen the family gathering. This could have eased your pain throughout the weekend. Your tears were going to be interpreted as a cry for, "When I remember what the Lord Jesus has done for me, I would never go back anymore".
Today, you realise that when it hit Thursday, you didn't just have to think of the death of Jesus, but that of your relationship too.
Unfortunately, the resurrection of Christ after three days in the grave didn't mean that of your relationship. It died for good, and your man rose up on Sunday morning as someone's husband.
As for Mandla, Sipho, Thabo and Nyiko, I think they need to be taken to court for emotionally stringing you along. I think you should sue him for asking for money from you to do everything but what he told you it was for.