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Liewe Lulu: ‘Is a summer romance looming?’

Deprived and Ready from Malelane in Mpumalanga writes… Liewe Lulu, So, I have been single for twelve whole months. And I think I am ready to...

Liewe Lulu: ‘Did I imagine he loved me once?’

A woman scorned from Mahikeng in the North West writes… I met this guy when I started my job nine months ago. I was in a...

Liewe Lulu: Am I obliged to pay ‘black tax’?

Overly Taxed from Cape Town in the Western Cape Liewe Lulu… My black is taxing. I love my family, but I do not know if I like...

Liewe Lulu: I have lousy friends…

Lost City Girl from Kuruman in the Northern Cape writes… Liewe Lulu, I feel like an outsider amongst my friends. Before lockdowns were implemented, I was a...

Liewe Lulu: Do I dump my deceitful boyfriend?

Bamboozled and BEEwildered from Randburg in Gauteng writes… Liewe Lulu… I am starting to notice the lies that my boyfriend tells. I met him at a birthday...

Liewe Lulu: My married boyfriend has been distant

Side-peaced from Muldersdrift in Gauteng writes… Liewe Lulu I met my soul mate nearly four-years ago. While it was not love at first sight for me,...

Liewe Lulu: Should I quit while I am still ahead?

Derailed in Sabie, Mpumalanga writes… Liewe Lulu… I am a 33-year-old vegetable farmer in Mpumalanga and my dating history has not been the best. Well, that was...

Liewe Lulu: He’s engaged, and my heart is broken

Down-and-out from Bloemfontein in the Free State writes… Liewe Lulu, Last year I met the finest, sexiest, established man at a Macufe event in the city....

Liewe Lulu: Do I marry out of duty?

Lone Wolf, from Hertzogville in the Free State writes… I am 29, single, straight, run a 200-hectare cattle operation and I am honestly fulfilled by...

Liewe Lulu: Where is my big O?

Screwed And Forgotten from George in the Western Cape writes… Liewe Lulu, I haven't been able to reach an orgasm in the two years I have...

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