- A young toddler has Mzansi smiling
- In a cute video, he is seen doing a traditional Zulu dance
- Social media users were charmed by sweet footage
A young toddler doing a traditional Zulu dance has charmed his way into Mzansi hearts. In a cute video circulating on social media, the boy can be seen wielding a shield and feather duster. He attempts to dance to the rhythm.
Mzansi social media users were in awe at the cute display with Facebook user Mvuyi Nompandana Maduna saying:
"Soooo adorable... much love boy boy"
While Joan Maureen Gillbee said:
"So adorable, he has loads of talent for such a little guy"
Catherine Jamison said:
"Aaww, he's adorable"
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported on a very intelligent toddler. Omphile Tswai might still be in nappies and a couple of years away from Grade 1 still, but the two-year-old is already intellectually far beyond his age. The Mabopane toddler can read, write and identify geometric shapes and he's only turning three years old on 27 July.
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