Woolies water does it again: White man takes sip, speaks fluent Zulu

Woolies water does it again: White man takes sip, speaks fluent Zulu

Another Woolies 'miracle water' video has gone viral on social media. The video footage shows a white man speaking English before he drinks the water - then he switches to fluent isiZulu after taking a sip.

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The video was shared on South Africa Live's Facebook page on Tuesday and it gathered over 34,000 views in just a couple of hours.

Helping out the non-Zulu speaking people, social media user, Nandi Nandi, roughly translated what the man said.

"He says he's gonna marry a black woman but at the moment he has no money he must go study at Varsity but with him drinking the water everything will be fine because the water has got all the powers," she explained.

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South Africans found the video hilarious and they told the Zulu-speaking man that he can keep the land.

Noman Asmat Tiwana commented: "Brilliant. You can keep the land..."
Mester D Godson added: "You deserve our land, tomorrow I am going to buy that water."
Luthando Soga wrote: "Can someone give me his number or address please? I've a title deed for him to sign."

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Previously, Briefly.co.za reported a video went viral of a group of young men drinking Woolworths' 'miracle water'.

The video shows a group of young men walking out of Woolworths after buying mineral water. At the start of the clip, the young men speak English with a heavy African accent before switching to isiZulu, and then to 'pure' English with heavy vocabulary after drinking some of the water with 'all the power'.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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