Sunday Breakfast host Sara-Jayne King chats to two interracial partners about their experiences that are personal.
Peter Phillip and Veronika Komarkova came across in Cape Town after matching on an app that is dating.
Peter, whom identifies as black colored, came to be in Malawi and Veronika, whom identifies as white, was created when you look at the Czech Republic. They usually have both remained in a true quantity of various nations in their everyday lives.
Nicola Bruns and Bryan Bergsteedt came across while their studies at Stellenbosh University. They’ve been together for six years and they are involved to be hitched.
Nicola, whom identifies as white, was raised in Paarl and Bryan, whom identifies as colored, spent my youth in Johannesburg.
The two partners open about how precisely competition and identification have actually shaped their relationships and how they are addressed by buddies, household, and strangers. (tune in to the discussion that is full the sound at the end)
They first met how they felt about interracial dating when:
Regrettably, just how our everyday lives had been put up, that you do not think you will get love through the very race that is same often treats you very defectively when you are off to town when it comes to evening. It had been never ever an option whenever Nicola began looking at me personally a specific method.
I truly fancied this person but [ I was thinking to myself], ‘What are my buddies planning to say?’.