AMOS Mabhayisa (70) has been all by himself since 2012 and it’s long enough, now.
“I’m looking for a decent wife,” said madala Amos from Kraaifontein in Cape Town.
“I’ve been single since my wife died. I have mourned enough. Now it’s time for me to get another wife,” said the madala.
“Residents cook and clean for me and I can tell they are tired of me.”
But he made it clear that he doesn’t want someone who is still out there instead of being at home taking care of their families.
“Those who drink must forget about this opportunity. I only need people who don’t drink or smoke.”
Madala Amos said his two kids are grown up and live in their own places.
“Whoever I marry won’t have to stress about children.”
The madala said he has never visited a hospital and he doesn’t suffer from any ailments.
“I can still perform in bed like a 20-year-old. If my wife was here, she’d confirm it,” he said.
He said he had two beds in his bedroom.
“Should I get a wife, she will sleep in her bed after we have se_x,” he told Daily Sun.
Madala Amos said his wife won’t have to worry about cooking all the time.
“I like leftovers. Whoever I marry won’t have to get up early to make food.
“She can just warm up leftovers,” he said.
“I like water instead of tea or coffee, so she doesn’t have to make me tea either.”
“I don’t want to die alone.”
A neighbour said madala Amos needs a wife to clean and cook for him.
“I wish him luck, he doesn’t have anyone except neighbours,” said the resident.