Mango Groove's lead singer thanks school for Freedom Day celebration video

Mango Groove's lead singer thanks school for Freedom Day celebration video

Mango Groove's lead singer took to social media to thank St John's Diocesan School for Girls in Pietermaritzburg after they released a dancing video on Freedom Day.

As Briefly.co.za reported previously, A school in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal, released an epic dance video to mark Freedom Day on 27 April.

Known as a "small school with a big heart," St John’s Diocesan School for Girls got learners and teachers alike to put on their dancing shoes to celebrate freedom.

The entire school danced to Dance Some More by one of South Africa's most iconic bands, Mango Groove.

Now, the lead singer of Mango Groove, Claire Johnston, and her pug Sam took to social media to thank the girls and the school's staff for their amazing video.

"The school shared Claire's video on their Facebook page, captioning it "A very special message to our girls and staff from the lovely and talented Claire Johnston (and Sam the pug, of course!) from Mango Groove".

Johnston's video generated more praise for the school.

“Well done st John’s. Claire I have always been a great fan of yours and mango groove x”, said Sue Pousson
“Aah such a special message from Claire well done St Johns-small school,big heart” Lisa Walsh commented.
“A small school with a big heart. Heart warming to see . Great energy keep on keeping on St John’s.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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