- A video posted on Facebook is receiving some love from many users across the country
- The video is of a group of young men singing a melodic hymn about gender-based violence, which is an emotionally-charged topic in SA these days
- People on Facebook love the video and have asked the young men not to stop singing, also calling on professionals to reach out and mentor them
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A video of a group of young men singing in unison has garnered 91 000 views on Facebook. The video with the hashtags #SaveOurWomen and #StopGBV has 241 comments and 2 400 likes.
The translated lyrics of the melodic song are, "What have they done? Women are perishing."
Facebook users in the comments have lauded the gentlemen not only for their harmonic voices but for also speaking out about gender-based violence (GBV). The young men appear to be between their late teens or early 20s. The video was posted by Mpho Mthembu.
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One user said:
"Great tribute to our fallen ladies, young soldiers, ku kwanele [It's enough]!! Let's do better gents and stop the idea let alone the act of seeing ourselves laying hands on our women. I know not love that assaults."
"Yoh guys, keep it up, please don't stop singing, may the Good Lord protect your talent."
Many users replied with the heart emoji to show how much they loved the video and others replied with the fire flame emoji because the video was simply on fire.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi Magic telenovela The Queen is giving its viewers a show-stopping ending to its Season 4 with a one-hour final episode coming this week.
The Queen is undoubtedly one of Mzansi’s favourite drama series. Fans just cannot get enough of the action and it is clear to see why. As Season 4 comes to a close, The Queen cast and crew have promised a season finale that will not be forgotten.
The Queen has battled a few struggles thanks to the coronavirus but has managed to pull through and keep their viewers wanting more.
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