- A man, Madondo Dhlamini Madondo, showed off his Heritage Day outfit on Thursday
- Madondo dressed up in khaki clothes and looked every bit the farmer next to his Ford Ranger bakkie
- South Africans absolutely loved the image and they shared their two cents' worth in the comment section
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On Thursday, South Africans dressed up in their traditional attire to celebrate Heritage Day. One man opted for an outfit popular amongst farmers.
Madondo Dhlamini Madondo rocked khaki clothes in photos while posing next to his Ford Ranger bakkie.
He took to the #ImStaying Facebook group to share the snaps and simply captioned it:
"#Heritage, I'm staying."
South Africans absolutely loved the image and they came up with the most amazing comments, even giving Madondo a new nickname - Jan Van Madondo.
Petro Batt commented:
"Oi!!! Nogal bakkie and all. Plant those mielies Oom."
Lunga Ndlovu wrote:
"Is that Jan Van Madondo I see there!? Lol!"
Vivienne Fry said:
"I love how South Africans can laugh at themselves."
Bernardete Coelho Neves added:
"OMG I love this!"
Liezel Maree commented:
Tanya Pautz-VanderSchyff added:
"God bless you and your family."
Elsabe Blackie said:
In other related news, Makhadzi participated in Heritage Day yesterday by dressing up in traditional Venda attire. The Mzansi musician looked drop-dead gorgeous in the colourful cultural ensemble.
Taking to Twitter, Makhadzi shared her beautiful outfit with the world. She captioned the post:
"Venda girl with some sugar"
We have to admit that sis was definitely dripping in some sauce. Social media users were also in agreement that this was Makhadzi's best look yet. Others couldn't help but notice the sweet ride the musician was standing in front of.
Meanwhile, a video of soccer coach, Steve Komphela playing soccer with children has surfaced on social media. Komphela is a former soccer player himself but has made a name as a coach as well. He's coached teams such as Kaizer Chiefs.
The video of the 53-year-old was uploaded to Twitter by @TshekoMusolwa and Komphela can be seen showing off his moves. Chiefs captain, Itumeleng Khune retweeted the video as well, referring to Komphela as "grootman".
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