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Punani soap saves marriages two baths become virgins again

IT COSTS only R10 but it saves marriages.
In any event, that is the claim made by hawkers of the magic soap . . . and they have many happy customers to prove it.

Some older women who buy the soap from the hawker at the Botshabelo Shopping Complex near Bloemfontein, Free State, say it works to restore the magic between the sheets.
The punani soap allegedly tightens the punani muscles.
According to the women, after two baths they become virgins again.
Dikeledi Mohapi (33), from Section K, told Daily Sun she has been married for more than five years and had given birth to three children.
“My husband had lost interest in me,” she said.
“We no longer made love. And he would often complain about my punani.”
She said she even considered leaving her husband but a friend told her about the soap.
Dikeledi said she used the soap for a week and then seduced her husband.
“He wasn’t in the mood but we still made love. From that day, my husband changed and become a good man for me. I hardly have time to rest as he is always ready for action.
“But I’m not complaining. He apologised and often tells me he loves me.”
Another customer, Mpho Molatodi (44) said she used to catch her husband with other women but after using the soap, her 55-year-old husband only sings her praises.
“He tells me I remind him of when we first met 15 years ago. This soap really saved my marriage.”
Happy husband Thapedi Mmuso (37) said he bought the soap for his wife, Nthabiseng Mmuso (35).
“When my wife runs out of the magic soap I buy it myself.”
He said when he realised her punani felt different he praised his wife of nine years for her bravery.
“It has changed me. I used to cheat but the woman I was cheating with used to leave me penniless. Now we spend money only in our family and our marriage is stronger than it ever was.”
A hawker, Nokufa Tseane (60), said she started selling the soap about two months ago.
“I sell many different products so I decided to try the soap and it is one of my best sellers. It sells like hot cakes and I have to carry a lot of stock.
“Recently, one of the regular clients told me what she used the soap for. I am glad it is able to save marriages.”
Sangoma Mokone Mokone said if the soap contains special muthi it is possible that it works because there are many strong muthis used to tighten punanis.
Khabza Mkhize

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