- South Africa is still a beautiful country despite the challenges and this comes to the fore in a viral video showing two 'dancers' busting some moves
- Malcolm and his home employee, Thembi, are seen sweetly breaking up the workday with a spontaneous 'jive' while Mzansi praises the guy’s personality and sense of Ubuntu
- Shared on Tik Tok by @Kiki_La_Coco, the clip simply reminds any locals that a large part of Mzansi is still united despite skin colour
There’s a new video that is trending on various social media platforms in Mzansi and it’s seriously keeping many warm amidst the cold front hitting many towns. The video clip comes from Tik Tok through Kiki_La_Coco.
The account holder’s video shows an employer and his domestic worker sharing a spontaneous dance. It seems Malcolm asked Thembi if she could dance, the lady said yes and the rest is history.
The viral video is keeping many entertained and the comments are proudly positive. Briefly News went to select a few reactions from the clip labelled, “Thembi can you dance?”
The post reads:
“Man I love that she is part of your family. God bless you.”
@Kaylene Lewis said:
“It’s matching jersey and socks for me. Lekker moves.”
“This is the South Africa we want.”
“Let’s all be the change this beautiful country needs.”
“Thembinator and Malcolm you are the best example of those who don’t know what human means. Simunye, we are one.”
@Dennis Mohube said:
“I love the way you love and care for Thembi. The sense of humour put icing on the cake.”
“I love seeing this. If only the rest of the world could have this attitude. Love and appreciation for one another.”
LOL: Unfazed man twerks while police frisk him, gives SA the funnies
In an entertaining post, Briefly News previously reported that a man has made being frisked by police fashionable as he shook, wriggled and twerked in the midst of being patted down by a police officer.
There is no information to suggest where the video was taken but it is believed it could be in Mzansi, either in KwaZulu-Natal or Gauteng, where days of unrest have seen the SAPS and SANDF patrolling the streets in numbers.
The two provinces have been engulfed by raging bouts of looting, theft, destruction of property, and acts of violence which have resulted in the deaths of a number of people.
With law enforcement activated to quell civil unrest, the three-second video posted by @monicabrancon on Twitter has been seen by more than 160 000 people since it was posted more than 24 hours ago.
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