- A white brother and sister who are based in the UK have impressed Mzansi tweeps with their ability to speak Tswana
- A video of the pair walking around in their UK neighbourhood, while conversing in Tswana, has gone viral
- The brother and sister, who are named John and Zoe, apparently grew up in Pretoria and attended Hillview High School
A tweep, who uses the handle @danielmarven, recently brought some attention to two white siblings who speak fluent Tswana even though they are based in the UK. Daniel posted a video of the pair conversing as they walked around their UK neighbourhood.
He captioned the clip, "(These two), it's either they come from Mamelodi, Atteridgeville or Mabopane. They're in the UK."
The brother and sister appear to have a blast as they walk through suburban UK streets, while speaking Tswana. Peeps loved hearing a Mzansi language being represented in the UK.
@KgosiGadi_i pointed out that she knows them from Pretoria.
She said, "They lived in Orchards, north of Pretoria, and they went to Hillview High. That's Zoe and John, I went to school with them. They're super cool siblings. Love them."
@ReadAvidly commended the duo for taking the time to learn an African language.
He wrote, "It's good to learn some other languages, particularly of people in your country."
In related news, last month Briefly.co.za reported on an astonishing man who can speak 20 different languages. Moses McCormick can speak Mandarin, Spanish, Cantonese, German, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Twi, Arabic and many other languages.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Prince Kaybee felt it was time to tell the world that he is all baed-up. Fans had it right, Kaybee and Zola Ayabulela Mhlongo are a thing.
Celebrities are opting to keep their personal lives private these days, and for good reason. Only when things are super serious and solid are they coming out with it.
Kaybee tries his best to keep his personal and business life separate, but the writing was truly on the wall with this - Kaybee and Zola couldn’t hide those vibes. A recent social media exchange confirmed that they are indeed a couple.
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