- Kwekwe the Dancer has became a staple at Orlando Pirates football matches
- The diminutive dancer has been thrilling the crowds pre-match and at half-time
- Along with MC Melody Miya, Kwekwe has become a big hit with the fans
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Earlier this season, it was a case of doom and gloom in Orlando, as Bucs supporters were enjoying their football.
The team struggled following the surprise departure of coach Micho and Rhulani Mokwena was asked to steady the ship.
However, since the arrival of new coach Josef Zinnbauer, Pirates have enjoyed an upsurge in form.
The pre-match entertainment seems to be much more enjoyable too, but that's mostly down to the talent of Kwekwe the Dancer.
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Gone are the days of drab curtain-raisers now that the diminutive dynamo has taken over.
Thabiso Mopeli, better known as Kwekwe, has got supporters on their feet at halftime as well, thanks to his energetic performances.
In conjunction with MC Melody Miya, the pair has been wowing the crowds by showcasing their innovative dance moves.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported on the stance of Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane ahead of their encounter with Highlands Park.
Mosimane seemingly urged the PSL to postpone the fixture and some Bucs fans were adamant that it was a ploy for the Brazilians to get more rest ahead of their match with Pirates.
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