The Morning Call
The search for true love seems to be getting increasingly hard by the day.
Its scarcity has pushed some people to try unconventional ways to find the 21st century treasure.
While some have resorted to online dating, asking friends and family for help in searching for “the one”, others have taken to matchmakers.
Relationship experts have designed ways to help such singles find their heartbeats.
Claudia Nsono spoke with Paula Quinshee, one of the matchmakers of Married at First Sight South Africa, to find out whether the show is what critics have called “a social experiment gone wrong”.
Take a look!@claudiansono
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