- A video of a police officer joining a group of traditional dancers at a shopping mall has gone viral on social media
- The video was uploaded by the dancers to their Facebook page - Griekwa Rieldansers Vredendal
- It was then reshared to the #ImStaying group and Stayers left tons of love and positive comments
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The Griekwa Rieldansers Vredendal Facebook page shared a video of three traditional dancers performing at a shopping mall. The best part is that a female police officer joins in and knows all the moves.
The Griekwa Rieldansers Vredendal describe themselves as a cultural dancing and singing community organisation. The video of the dancers with the police officer is just over 1-minute long and was reshared to the #ImStaying group by Christel de Waal.
Christel captioned the post: "South Africans have the best spirit..." and Stayers couldn't agree more with her statement. The video gained over 6 000 views on the social networking site.
Take a look at the wholesome video below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the comments left in the #ImStaying group.
Beverly Loxton-Barry wrote:
"Wow, these ladies can dance."
Nompunzi Malunga said:
Erna van Dyk commented:
"Awesome people - wonderful dance. I can watch them for hours."
Desmonia Maxi Botha added:
"Somehow that cop joining made it so much more enjoyable and those three ladies look wonderful. If i was there I would've joined in too."
In other news about dancing, Briefly.co.za recently reported on two ladies from Clicks absolutely slaying the #johnvuligatechallenge. With the #johnvuligatechallenge taking over the country, it's amazing to see people coming together once again to participate.
Two ladies from Clicks joined in on the #johnvuligatechallenge and South Africans love it. A video of the lovely ladies, dressed in their Clicks uniform, was uploaded to Twitter by @KaygeeMadiba recently.
The clip is a mere 14 seconds long but the two ladies are more than capable of showing off their moves in that short space of time. @KaygeeMadiba's video has been viewed over 160 000 times on the social networking site and the likes are just above 5 000. A lot of tweeps in the replies section are in stitches because a child in red ran behind the ladies then returned to watch.
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