SAPS also do the #JerusalemaChallenge and Mzans,i just loves it

SAPS also do the #JerusalemaChallenge and Mzans,i just loves it

- South African police officers have done the #JerusalemaChallenge

- The female officers all dressed up in their blue uniform, headgear and face masks lined up to share their contribution to the global dance challenge

- Facebookers who viewed the post by Leslie Kilian loved it

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Master KG's hit song Jerusalema inspired what seems like a never-ending dance challenge. People across the world have shared clips of themselves dancing along vibrantly to the global hit song.

The latest crew to join in on the fun are some local South African police officers. All dressed up in their work attire, the ladies of the police service can be seen energetically serving up their rendition of the #JerusalemaChallenge.

The video, which was uploaded by facebooker Leslie Kilian, received hundreds of reactions from the impressed app users.

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SAPS also do the #JerusalemaChallenge and Mzansi just loves it

SAPS doing the challenge. Source: Facebook/Leslie Kilian
Source: Facebook

Here are some of the comments posted by the locals who viewed the clip.

René Elk said:

"I just love this challenge. Well done SAPS, you guys & dolls do have the moves. It’s just foot-tapping music. My hubby just smiles if I get up and do my moves in isolation with this pandemic."

Verleice Setchell said:

"I wish someone would write the words down. I would like to learn them."

While Thabisa Ndulama commented:

"Nice one."

READ ALSO: Man happy to be alive 2 years after doctors said he wouldn't be

Meanwhile, in other news, Byron MacDonald recently took to Facebook group ImStaying to share how his perseverance, faith and unwillingness to give up in himself and his health has helped him live two years longer than many doctors said he would.

In the heartwarming post, Byron says that he was diagnosed with grade three and then stage four cancer. After an overgrowth of cancerous tumours in his colon, he had to have an emergency colostomy. He explains how he fought to have the colostomy reversed despite being told no by some doctors.

After persevering, eventually, he got the approval he needed. He has since undergone three surgeries and been deemed inoperable. He also has done 30 sessions of chemotherapy. Despite all of this, he says that making it thus far even after he was told he wouldn't has been an inspiration for him to help other people in his position to keep going.

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