- Kagisho shared photos of her mom's traditional dance group and soccer club
- He said they call themselves "Sister Bertina"
- The group impressed South African tweeps
A group of traditional dancers and soccer-loving gogos from Limpopo is winning over South Africans on Twitter.
A Twitter user, Kagisho Mamabolo, shared photos of the group on his profile recently, Briefly.co.za gathered.
He revealed that his 68-year-old mother is a member of the club and that they call themselves "Sister Bertina."
In the pictures, the women are seen dressed in colourful traditional outfits. They also appear enthusiastic about their dance performances.
Kagisho's photos warmed the hearts of hundreds of tweeps, racking up close to 200 retweets and over 700 likes. See some reactions below.
Limpopo seems to be leading the way as far as soccer clubs for elderly women in South Africa are concerned.
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