Beautiful moment caught on camera makes people proudly South African

Beautiful moment caught on camera makes people proudly South African

- A video shared on the Facebook group #I'mStaying has gotten a lot of positive attention

- The video shows people of different races dancing together

- MamaBokang Phala posted the video on the popular Facebook group which promotes positive elements of South Africa

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MamaBokang Phala posted a video to the Facebook group #ImStaying which showed a group of people of different races dancing together. learned that she captioned the post with a beautiful message:

"The beautiful moments in my beloved country,#Limpopo. This video is proof that indeed we are One, I have no doubts about that, we are family. #Imstaying because love and unity does exist. SHATEEEEEEEEEE"

Beautiful moment caught on camera makes people proudly South African

The beautiful moment gives MamaBokang Phala hope for South Africa. Source: MamaBokang Phala/Facebook
Source: Facebook

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Facebook users loved the video and shared their thoughts:

Heather Bernadette McKerry:

"Praying for the corruption to end dear Heavenly Father. Please convict the hearts of corrupt govt officials. We can be the POWERHOUSE of Africa, we can lead this continent to be a POWERHOUSE on the international stage. In Jesus mighty name. ❤️"

Sindiso Sira Joya:

"We are not there yet, but this video shows what is possible when we make an effort. The Dream of a rainbow nation is still Alive ❤️"

Molly Mathias:

"Awesome so united and happy people. Love the music too"

Sanny N'waXilumani Yingwani:

"Oh wooow. Beautiful! The brother can do the step. Jolly song also."

Kabudi Makgetha:

"Abuti o ne le Rythm bathong, most people can't keep up with the song or the dancing step itself, beautiful "

In other news, reported that black and white kids whose friendship should be emulated have demonstrated to the world how racism should be eliminated.

Benjamin and Cayson had the opportunity of seeing each other for the first time since daycare closed, and when it was time for them to go to their respective homes, both friends became emotional and did not want to leave each other.

In a picture that was shared by a Facebook user, Jodi Lopiano, the kids could be seen embracing each other and refusing to let go.

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