- A video has been posted on the #ImStaying Facebook page that gave Mzansi hope
- The clip shows healthcare workers dancing to Master KG's hit song Jerusalema
- The video was originally posted in May but resurfaced this week and it went viral
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Master KG's hit song Jerusalema all over the world. While people in France, Italy and even Romania bust a move to the song, we love seeing our fellow South Africans getting down on the tune.
A video was shared on the #ImStaying Facebook group on Wednesday by social media user Kylie Cecil.
She captioned the post:
"Even with a pandemic we gotta love South Africa."
The video shows healthcare workers dancing to Master KG's Jerusalema. The clip was originally posted in May by Fanelesibonge Ndlou Author.
South Africans loved the video and it brighten their day during this difficult time.
Desire Erasmus Grove commented:
"Thank you everyone, keep your spirits up, we will keep you in prayer."
Belmary Veroza Van Wyk added:
"This made me genuinely smile from the depths of my heart."
Edith Lee Sullaphen wrote:
"God bless all of you. And keep you safe. Thank you for taking care of all love your beautiful spirit."
Gugu Maps said:
"Just love their spirit. I pray God keeps them safe for us."
Sina Olivio Mashaba commented:
"When you love what you do and your colleagues are family."
Karen Williams wrote:
"We salute you nurses and doctors that risk your lives everyday for us, God bless you all abundantly."
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Take a look at the video below:
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported videos of people dancing around the world dancing to have been going viral on social media. It was first in France, then in Romania and the latest trending video has emerge from Italy.
The latest video s shows elderly citizens in Italy having the time of their lives dancing to the song and attempting to emulate the dance that comes with it. Uncoordinated as the elders are, the internet absolutely love them.
Bongani Dubazana commented:
"Proud moments of being a South African."
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