- A sweet video being shared on social media has warmed Mzansi hearts
- It shows a group of kids playing together
- All the kids in video, black and white, speak fluent SeSotho
A cute video being shared on social media has left Mzansi with fuzzy feelings. In the footage, little kids are playing 'shopo-shopo', which is an imaginary shopping game.
The most endearing part of the video is that the group consists of both black and white kids speaking fluent SeSotho.
The cute kids take their imaginary game very seriously as they make pretend purchases and exchange monopoly money. Mzansi social media users couldn't help but be charmed by the innocence displayed. Twitter user Buyi55631211 said:
"Wow, our future is really bright, this is the SA we want."
While Zipho_14 said:
"Cute and really funny, they are using monopoly money."
"Shout-out to the white parents for letting their children learn an African language, it's rare.
"My kid is learning two indigenous African languages, Seswati and Afrikaans"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a South African contested the stereotype that ‘white people can’t dance’ recently when a video was shared online of him demonstrating his kasi moves. The local man used some impressive footwork in the clip, as well as a decent ‘stanky-leg’ move and epic arm movements.
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