Ndlovu Youth Choir surprises Springboks ahead of the RWC quarter-final

Ndlovu Youth Choir surprises Springboks ahead of the RWC quarter-final

- Mzansi's top young singing group, the Ndlovu Youth Choir, has celebrated the Springboks as they prepare for the Rugby World Cup quarter-final

- The group's impromptu performance at the Mall of Africa was their way to show the Bokke that they are behind them

- The Springboks will face Japan on Sunday, 20 October at the Ajinomoto Stadium in Tokyo

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South Africa's pride and joy, the Ndlovu Youth Choir, teamed up with Woolworths to celebrate the Springboks.

The choir gave South Africans goosebumps on America's Got Talent and has been enjoying one success after the other. They sold out tickets for their Netherlands tour, from which they returned to a hero's welcome recently.

Taking over the Mall of Africa, the choir loudly and proudly showed their support for the Bokke and it was a beautifully #ProudlySouthAfrican moment.

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The choir performed their own lively version of Shozaloza and had a special message for their team, according to TimesLIVE.

Briefly.co.za gathered that the Bokke will face the World Cup hosts, Japan, at the Ajinomoto Stadium in Tokyo on 20 October.

Almost a month ago, the Drakensberg Boys' Choir did their part to honour the Boks with a classic World Cup song.

One of the highlights of the 1995 Rugby World Cup was the performance of World in Union by PJ Powers and Ladysmith Black Mambazo at the opening ceremony. The song has a special place in South African hearts as it signalled the Springboks' first World Cup triumph and the iconic image of the late president Nelson Mandela and former captain, Francois Pienaar.'

The Drakensberg Boys Choir performed their own beautiful rendition to inspire one and all ahead of the tournament in Japan and melted hearts everywhere.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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