- Learners at Pretoria Boys High School participated in a group ritual
- The beautiful moment was caught on camera and shared via social media
- South Africans heaped praise on the school for the fantastic spirit and unity amongst the students
A large group of learners partook in one of their routines, which involved loud chanting.
The act somewhat resembled the Maori war cry, The Haka, which the New Zealand rugby team is famous for.
The boys chanting in unison struck a chord with South Africans, as the moment was caught on camera.
Cobus Visser shared the lovely moment via Facebook on Saturday and it invoked a very positive response.
Briefly.co.za noted that many spoke highly of the school based on their own experiences.
Iain Johnston said,
"Great school my son went there."
Yank Murray spoke highly of his alma mater:
"Great school, Next year i matriculated from there 50 years ago."
Angy-Lee Marcon added,
"Truly such an incredible school!!! My boy is matriculating this year."
Gregory Scott posed the question:
"Would this be the South Africa version of the New Zealand Haka?"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za also reported on joyous scenes at a local school, as learners celebrated the purchase of a new car by one of their favourite teachers.
The likeable mentor inspired dancing and cheering based on the acquisition of his new ride.
Footage of the momentous occasion was shared via Twitter and went viral.
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