- A video shared on Facebook in the #ImStaying group by Nonhlanhla Radebe shows South Africans cleaning up after a week of unrest
- The video was originally uploaded to TikTok by Hannah Parak and it has inspired thousands of people
- The Facebook post got a lot of love with social media users sharing their reactions and experiences
Nonhlanhla Radebe posted an inspiring video on Facebook in the #ImStaying group. The video shows South Africans in various parts of the country cleaning up after the violent protests.
The video is captioned with:
"South Africa will come back. Let's rebuild."
Social media users react to the inspiring video
Unathi Makasinomtha Benelwa Njanjala:
"I'm sooo loving this. GOD help us2b stay loving towards each other n united at all times.:="
"I'm in tears of joy to see how light always overcomes darkness ❤️❤️❤️❤️THANK YOU SOUTH AFRICAN EARTH ANGELS... THAT IS WHO YOU ARE ❤️❤️❤️THE LIGHT LIVES IN YOU ❤️RAINBOW NATION "
Pam Colborne Nunns:
"They tried to break us down with an oversize tantrum - and all they achieved was to unite us, make us stronger and more determined to stand up together! Blessed to live in this beautiful country! "
Nathen van Niekerk:
"I hope this is what we needed to stop this racist talk and make a us family like this videos shows me are."
Delise Ann Grove Frazer:
"Oh hell yes, let something positive come out of the chaos. If it brings the races together, that's fantastic. If it destroys those that perpetuated it, also fantastic. We'll come out stronger as a nation and rebuild this beautiful country."
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Community unites to clean up the streets after a week of unrest
Samuel Owoo took to the internet and shared his amazing experience in the #ImStaying group on Facebook.
The town of Empangeni was hit hard by the angry mob of looters and the streets were a mess. The community united and took the streets to clean up.
Owoo shared a number of pics of the community hard at work tidying up in the destructive wake of the protestors.
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Source: Briefly News