Is DJ Euphonik bringing beach to Tshwane? Stunning photos suggest so

Is DJ Euphonik bringing beach to Tshwane? Stunning photos suggest so

- DJ Euphonik is trying his hand at real estate

- He's apparently involved in a new development in Pretoria East

- It features a lagoon that makes beach activities possible

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DJ Euphonik is literally bringing the beach to Pretoria East through his involvement in a real estate development project.

The popular DJ shared photos of the development, known as The Blyde Riverwalk Estate, on his Twitter profile recently, Briefly.co.za gathered.

According to The Blyde's website, the development features the first crystal lagoon in Sub-Saharan Africa. This will give residents the feeling of being on a beach.

Euphonik's tweet has gone viral, garnering over 900 retweets and 3,400 likes so far. However, tweeps had varying reactions to the idea of a beach in Pretoria.

While some praised the concept, others were more sceptical, arguing that nothing can truly replicate the coastal experience. See more reactions below.

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Some were impressed, with one even called it "the Maldives in South Africa."

However, others were much more sceptical about the whole concept.

One hilarious tweep joked that the developers should also establish their own Durban July in Pretoria.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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