- North West Province MEC Mmphefo Matsemela has participated in the #JerusalemaChallenge in a new video
- The video was uploaded to the official North West Department of Education's Facebook page earlier today
- She participated with Sekete Secondary School in a live video which has now been saved to the Facebook page
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North West Province MEC Mmaphefo Matsemela is making waves after participating in the #JerusalemaChallenge. MEC Matsemela participated with Sekete Secondary School students. The video was uploaded to the North West Department of Education official Facebook page.
The video is just over four minutes long and the students can be seen hitting every beat for the entire duration. Clad in their purple pull-overs and maintaining social distancing, the students really showed us their energy.
The upbeat rhythm of Master KG's hit song has made it's way all over the world since it's release late last year. The song has become a world-wide hit with famous names such as Cristiano Ronaldo using the song in an Instagram post.
Click here to watch the video.
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The video was uploaded earlier today and the comments section is rife with positivity. Briefly.co.za took a look at what some Facebook users had to say:
Tebogo Modisakwane wrote:
"My high school, miss those days."
Itumeleng Koikoi commented:
"Wooow!! Am former student at this school. Class of 1989. Pass my greeting to Mr Tlou, Setswana teacher."
Pako Pee-kay Khonkhobe said:
"MEC dances like a white guy."
In other Jerusalema news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a KZN high school that participated in #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.
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