- Sikhulangemfundo High School in Richards Bay has joined in on the #JerusalemaChallenge and absolutely killed it
- Matric students and teachers maintained social distancing and wore masks while they got down to the hit song
- The video has since gone viral with 22 000 views on Twitter
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Another high school has joined the #JerusalemaChallenge. Sikhulangemfundo High School's students and teachers showed their moves as they got down to Master KG's hit song. The matric students at the Richards Bay-based high school didn't miss a beat.
The video, uploaded to both Twitter and YouTube, is two and a half minutes long. It was uploaded to Twitter by @mashandubee on Tuesday and has since gained 22 000 views, over 1 000 likes and over 300 replies.
The students, clad in full uniform, are maintaining social distancing as they clearly have a large gap between them. Their masks are also visible in the video. The joyous way the students and teachers dance is truly inspiring.
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The replies section is full of positivity. Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the replies:
"The best I've seen from SA OO, it's as if this song ain't from here. Personally I can't dance to save my life."
"What a great performance, woooow, you can even compete for this!!!"
@MinenhleZondi14 quote tweeted:
"#JerusalemaDanceChallenge has been the prayer of all races during this devastating coronavirus pandemic."
"Jerusalema should officially replace the Electric Slide."
Jerusalema has been making waves worldwide. Briefly.co.za recently reported on SA's reaction to Cristiano Ronaldo using the hit song to celebrate life. It appears to be impossible not to move your feet to Master KG's hit song Jerusalema, even Cristiano Ronaldo joined in on the world-wide phenomenon.
Taking to his Instagram page on Tuesday, the renowned soccer player posted a video using the proudly SA tune as the backtrack. He captioned the post:
"Life is better with your loved ones. Enjoy all the moments with love and happiness!"
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