- A group of lab technicians have done a stellar job in their rendition of the #JerusalemaChallenge dance
- The lab technicians are the latest bunch to join in on the uplifting and team-building Jerusalema vibe
- Social media users responded warmly to the fun crew's dance skills in the #JerusalemaChallenge, reacting to the post hundreds of times
A group of fun-loving lab technicians have joined in on the Jerusalema Challenge madness. Dressed up in their lab coats and wearing their face masks, the crew deliver their best dance moves while Master KG's Jerusalema plays loudly in the background.
"Our lab staff at PCP showing their team spirit in the Jerusalema Challenge. This song holds great meaning, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic: God walk with us, do not leave us behind," wrote the admin of the PCP Facebook page.
The crew are among thousands of people who have all done the famous dance challenge. Celebrities, local people, international people, frontline workers and even schoolkids have shared videos of themselves having the best time dancing to the hit song.
Watch the video here.
The lab technicians received so much love from Facebookers who thoroughly enjoyed watching them dance their butts off. Here are some of the comments they shared below the dance video clip on Facebook.
Pieter Oosthuizen said:
"I love this so much. Thank you for each and every one. Your country knows and appreciate you. Take care... Pathcare"
Sumé Haumann said:
"THANK YOU! We see you and we appreciate all that you are doing."
While Karen Parnham Schlemmer said:
"Oh wow! Love your style! So proud of each one of you. You did us proud."
Briefly.co.za also reported that our timelines have been bombarded with news, views, and opinions on the Clicks saga that started last week Friday after the company released a controversial TRESSemmé ad. In the ad, they described a woman with a natural black afro as having "dry and damaged" hair.
The ad wreaked havoc amongst South Africans who resorted to taking all sorts of action against Clicks. One such is the #ClicksChallenge. The challenge has seen hundreds of South African people sharing pictures of themselves rocking their natural hair.
The challenge comes as a much more subtle approach to tackling what locals have labelled as discrimination and racism. This is especially true when comparing it to the action that was taken by EFF leader Julius Malema, who resorted to protests and vandalism.
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