Would it truly be elections in Mzansi without spirited dancing?

Would it truly be elections in Mzansi without spirited dancing?

Election Day is slowly creeping towards an end and it's been quite an eventful day. Despite some of the worry over protests, most South Africans were in high spirits before and after casting their votes and dancing was inevitable.

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Election Day without dancing is like pap without chakalaka - it doesn't sound or feel right.

As South Africans went to the various voting stations to cast their votes, there was a lot of singing and dancing - something Mzansi wouldn't be the same without.

South Africans have their own wonderful way of doing things and few activities would not allow for some festive dancing.

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Briefly.co.za reported earlier that there were protests that got serious, but despite this, South Africans held on to their joyous spirits and spent a lot of time enjoying Election Day.

Social media is the perfect place to find proof of this:

Here are ANC supporters dancing and singing in New Rest, Gugulethu.

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And here's a video of people in high spirits at Ntwasahlobo Primary School voting station in Khayelitsha.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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