Whether she lives on a farm in Bloemfontein, the busy streets of Johannesburg or the chilled suburbs of Cape Town, there's something really unique about the ladies in South Africa, and if you happen to find yourself infatuated with one, you can count yourself lucky. They can be feisty and take no prisoners, but they're also sweet enough for you to take home to your mom. So what should you expect when you're dating a Rooi Rok Bokkie? Of course, we're the Rainbow Nation, so we're all pretty different, but here's a little lighthearted and incredibly rough guideline for you if you've ever considered getting your very own Saffa girl, straight from the horse's mouth.
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When a group of girlfriends are single, we are used to doing everything together. When we wanted a date night, we text our roomies. It does not matter what it is, we never question who to do it with. So, when a guy is thrown into the mix, it can throw us off a little bit.