From Tembisa to Paris: Local pantsula crew represents Mzansi abroad

From Tembisa to Paris: Local pantsula crew represents Mzansi abroad

A pantsula dance crew is representing South Africa abroad. The crew from Tembisa will be dancing for international audiences in Paris. Social media users congratulated the humble young men.

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Solly Phengane, one of the dancers in the group, took to Facebook to share pictures of their arrival in Paris. One of the pictures was captioned:

"Thanx God of Heaven. Off to France to represent our country SA and all independent pantsula crews. God is great indeed."
From Tembisa to Paris: Local pantsula crew represents Mzansi abroad

Source: Facebook/Solly Phengane
Source: Facebook

Social media users had kind words for the group. Facebook user Mtazo Themba said:

"Yeah that's what I'm talking about, represent guys."

Mpho Tshivhase said:

"That’s fantastic!!!"

Nompumelelo Lelow said:

"MAKE US PROUD BO BOIZA"

Mekie Rara said:

"Love you my South Africans. We are really proud of you."

Murphy said:

"France's major panstulas, we support y’all."

Sinethemba Snow said:

"Habashwe that's great."

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Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that a man showed off some impressive dance moves in a viral video shared on social media. The viral footage was shared by Twitter user Juks_Afrika and has over 13 000 views. The video shows a man dancing as if he's in a trance while being hyped up by cheers from the lady recording the video. Spectators also seemed to be enjoying the energetic yet effortless display.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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