Group of deaf children melt Mzansi's heart with their touching dance

Group of deaf children melt Mzansi's heart with their touching dance

- A group of deaf children have melted our hearts with their beautiful dancing

- The Foundation Phase learners danced to celebrate Deaf Awareness month

- Nontembeko Nontembeko Nyovane shared the video in the Facebook group #ImStaying

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Nontembeko Nontembeko Nyovane took to social media with a touching video of her Foundation Phase class and their beautiful dance.

Briefly.co.za saw that the deaf children danced to the music and are one of the cutest things were have ever seen.

Nontembeko posted the video in the #ImStaying group and captioned it with the following:

"#ImStaying
Then we finished our day today with our foundation Phase with, XOLA MOYA WAM song. We would like to thank Nomcebo Zikode for her beautiful songs. Our Deaf kids are loving the songs. #sign language"

Group of deaf children melt Mzani's heart with their touching dance

The deaf children showed off their amazing dance skills. Photo credit: Facebook/@Nontembeko Nontembeko Nyovane
Source: Facebook

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The video was flooded with comments praising the young learners:

Rene du Plessis:

"They are amazing, I love the moves."

Haddon Sibanda:

"Wow so beautiful so amazing I’m out of words but May God bless you guys this makes them feel welcomed in our communities love you guys,Nomcebo May God bless you more ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️."

Bonny Lasarow:

"That's amazing!!"

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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that true love is rare. In modern society, relationships tend to be easily lost with not many willing to fight through the challenges one can be faced with when settling down. This is why love stories such as the one about this elderly couple are always so heartening.

Cleo Ehlers took to the feel-good Facebook group ImStaying to share the news of her parents, whose marriage has stood the test of time and reached its 60-year mark. Her post read as follows:

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"My parents are celebrating 60 years of marriage today, remarkable! 1960. Diamond anniversary."

In other news, the gift of life is beautiful. It becomes even more beautiful when one is blessed with added years to celebrate. One such lucky lady is the grandma of TD Phakwe. The proud grandson took to Facebook to wish her a happy 111th birthday.

In his post he thanks his gogo for looking after both himself, his siblings, and all of their combined children.

"Help me wish my grandma a special birthday - 111 years. We are truly blessed and honoured to be raised by you with love, including our children. Not many of us will reach there," he wrote.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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