- Several videos of dancing petrol attendants have taken social media by storm
- The videos show the cheerful workers dancing and singing
- Mzansi social media users were impressed by their talent
Petrol attendants at the Khonzinkosi service station in Tugela Ferry, KwaZulu-Natal, have danced their way into Mzansi's hearts. This is after they were recorded on a few videos dancing and singing as they change shifts.
The style of music they sing is known as isicathamiya, which was made global by internationally awarded group Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
According to TimesLIVE, the service station’s supervisor, Sanelisiwe Sibiya, said that the workers and customers both enjoy the festivities. According to him, the petrol attendants do it spontaneously and there's no specific routine.
The men usually do the most dancing during shift changes when a new crew arrives to relieve them.
Multiple videos shared on social media have gone viral and left Mzansi impressed. Social media user Nkuna Tumelo said:
"Wow, these guys are brilliant"
Pamela Nqobile said:
"Shout out to you guys...that's my home town. ...continue living in your moments"
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