The best of Mzansi: What's 1 thing Saffas do that no one else does?

The best of Mzansi: What's 1 thing Saffas do that no one else does?

South Africans on social media shared a few of the things that make them proud to be a part of the beautiful country.

After the Joburger asked Facebook users to name something that the people of Mzansi do that doesn’t really happen anywhere else in the world, South Africans shared their hilarious answers.

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Londeka MaLondy had users in stitches when she suggested that “We bring the dead, back to life,” referring to the infamous Pastor Alph Lukau, who performed his ‘miracles; in South Africa, Briefly.co.za found.

Dyanne Thomas remarked that South Africans “say ‘shame’ for everything.” Her comment was well-received and hundreds of users could relate, realising they were guilty of doing just that.

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The best of Mzansi: What's 1 thing Saffas do that no one else does?

Photo: Facebook/Joburger
Source: Facebook

Proud of the rich cultural diversity of the country, Lehlogonolo Hlogi, commented that she loves how South Africans speak five different languages in one sentence.

Facebook users loved this comment and remarked that it was even more astonishing how it never confuses anybody and people seem to communicate easily, even if they only understand a few of the languages.

The best of Mzansi: What's 1 thing Saffas do that no one else does?

Photo: Facebook/Joburger
Source: Facebook

Another user, Lorraine Donaldson Erasmus, loved how tended to express their emotions through dance. “Dance! For pain, for pleasure, for strikes, for grief, for life, for death,” she wrote. “And sometimes we dance to music!”

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Kgomotso Kearabetswe Mogoera joked that while other countries celebrate artists like Picasso or Monet, South Africans celebrate Rasta and are extremely proud of his accomplishments. Yandi Foli commented that Rast “has Spiritual eyes. He sees what no man sees,” suggesting he is beyond being just a local painter.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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