SA's got talent: Street juggling duo wows Mzansi through amazing video

SA's got talent: Street juggling duo wows Mzansi through amazing video

- Two talented street performers have made a huge impression for their juggling act

- A video of their juggling performance has gone viral via social media

- Social media users are raving about their ability and urged them to enter one of the big talent shows

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Briefly.co.za earlier reported that the Ndlovu Youth Choir were unable to win the America's Got Talent competition, but have bagged a deal with music icon Simon Cowell.

It's fair to say that South Africa's talent is making a global impact, but there are many street performers who don't receive the recognition they deserve.

One talented duo is relatively unknown, but that may soon change after a video of their performance went viral.

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The video was shared by South Africa Live via Facebook and Briefly.co.za noted that nearly 5 000 people have liked the post.

The pair of performers showcase their incredible juggling skills, first individually and then as a combination.

Nearly 300 comments were shared and many Facebook users urged the young men to try to take their act to a larger audience through one of the popular talent shows.

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Warren Kasongo asked, "Can event organisers please book these guys? Its time we start supporting those with a talent to bring joy to others."
Christa Van Vuuren commented, "Get these guys on AGT. This is brilliant."
Sifundo Mali added, "Its best ever ...PURE TALENT."
Phil Armando said, "It's true that, mankind we do not even use 10% of what our brains can achieve."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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