SA loves video of kids celebrating teacher’s whip: “That dance move”

SA loves video of kids celebrating teacher’s whip: “That dance move”

- Learners at a local school went wild after one of their favourite teachers unveiled his new ride

- Video footage showed the youngsters cheering and performing some impressive dance moves

- The video went viral and became a big talking point via social media

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A large group of learners at a local school allegedly went wild, as one of their favourite teachers showed off his new whip.

To celebrate his achievement, enthusiastic students chanted in the background, while some showcased their dance moves.

Video footage of the special moment was shared via Twitter and went viral, with the video being viewed more than 40 000 times.

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Briefly.co.za gauged the massive response after it was shared by Africa Facts Zone on Sunday.

Based on the reactions, social media users across Africa fell in love with what they saw.

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Talented Kwame jnr (@Talented2019) loved what she saw:

"I can't stop watching this video."

Charlie mavhaga (@Charlie_mavhaga) said,

"Trust South africa to find a moment to rejoice in every stressful situation.. U can drop a nuke on us.. we wil stil find a way to laugh."

Kenzo3 (@Kenzo322102544) added,

"When you give love to your children, this is a results. Keep up the great work Educator."

EmOhhGee (M. O. G) (@Madeofgabe) responded:

"There's just this admiration I have for South African students doing their dance steps."

In other news, a South African teacher went viral after showing Korean learners how to gumboot dance.

Briefly.co.za reported that Thembinkosi Tera Mkonko is spreading the Mzansi culture while working abroad.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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