SA's got talent on the streets: Buskers amaze with their insane skills

SA's got talent on the streets: Buskers amaze with their insane skills

A video compilation featuring some of Mzansi’s finest street performers has wowed the crowds on social media.

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A video montage showed off what South Africa’s street buskers have to offer.

The footage reveals various street acts with some dazzling skills on display.

South Africa Live shared the video via their Facebook page and the response was overwhelming.

The first entertainer in the video uses his brilliant footwork to manoeuvre his hat, while another man balances a wheelbarrow with a tiny stick.

One man seems to defy gravity with his balancing act, whereas a different group display unbelievable cohesion.

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Briefly.co.za gathered that many were blown away by the talented performers.

Matauzen Skhalo said, “VERY TALENTED THEY CAN MAKE millions of rands .....for tourist .....❤ we have to help them SA.”
Thapelo Thapnas echoed those sentiments when he said, “If you don't believe that there is a thing called God Given talent, then I give up. Just look @ that.”

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However, not everyone was easily impressed.

Melissa Gasco said, “When driving on main roads in Johannesburg, there is so much traffic, unlawful driving. I do not need to dodge people begging, dancing, standing on their heads in busy intersections. On top of that worry about the hi-jacking and potholes! Like in London let them do this in sandton Square (Piccadilly Circus /Covenant Garden) attract tourists.”

There were those who were so impressed by the performers that they felt supernatural forces were being utilised.

Sanele Kheshyas commented, “Some is talent and some it spiritual powers Satanism.”

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