Video of talented duo performing on Durban streets wows Mzansi

Video of talented duo performing on Durban streets wows Mzansi

- A video of a talented pair has gone viral on social media

- The entertainers are well-known on the Durban beachfront

- Mzansi social media users were impressed by their skills

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A video is being shared on social media showing a talented duo entertaining the crowds on the streets of Durban. The well-known pair have become a landmark in the the coastal city.

In the video, the pair can be seen performing various amazing tricks and acrobatics. The video was shared by South Africa Live and has amassed over 2 000 reactions. The crowd was impressed, but so too were Mzansi social media users.

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Facebook user Sambo Joseph said:

"Amazing!!! it's very good talent."

While Carel De Cox said:

"Wow that is talent so sad it's in a country that don't care about the own people I wish that man all the best you can go far."

Obi Masamu said:

"That's an African grey the young lad has on his shoulder. Brilliant bird. Nice act too."

Safdar Khan Jadoon said:

"Oh God. Guy's please help such a great people with our R1, R2, or R5 they get there food because they might be struggling for food. A humble request to all members of page."

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that a video of a handsome armed security response guard has gone viral on social media. Many were impressed by his amazing dance moves. The video was shared on Facebook by Intelligence Bureau SA and has received over 800 reactions. Mzansi social media users were grateful for a lighter video on the social media page, especially given the dark period South Africa is currently going through.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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