This week has been another great week for feel-good news, with a dancing policeman who joined in with traditional dancers, she knew all the moves. A proud homeowner wowed Mzansi with her luxury shack and an adorable baby performed some amazing dance moves.
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In addition to that, a lady who missed out on a kiss was given a makeover by a company after a video of her went viral. Lastly, South Africans took to social media to flex their village mansions.
1. Police officer joins traditional dancers: "I can watch them for hours"
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.
2. Proud South African woman drops jaws with her beautiful luxury shack
Thembisa Makalwazi Ndlovu is one proud shack owner. And after catching a glimpse of the place - we all understand why. Her beautiful shack is certainly one of a kind, which is probably why she took to her Facebook to share pictures of the place.
Unlike many other shacks, hers features a bathroom, sunk-in lounge, kitchen, and a few bedrooms. The entire place is neatly tiled and painted and features an array of beautiful furniture, showing just how skilled she is at making a house a home.
The post received nearly 20 000 likes from Facebookers who were absolutely wowed by the innovation. Many of them took to the comment section to express how much they loved the beautiful shack. Read some of their comments below.
3. Adorable baby busting some dance moves goes viral in cute video
A little baby has shown very cool dance moves as she slugged it out with another adult who could be her father or brother
In dancing to Dr Doofenshmirtz's There's a Platypus Controlling Me, a popular children music, the baby wiggled her body as she did the signature hand move.
Her adult partner, not wanting to be outmatched, also displayed his smooth dance steps as he took one of his legs over the kid's head.
4. Lady whose kiss got dissed gets mini-makeover from hair company
A while ago a woman was caught on camera experiencing really heartbreaking rejection. In the clip, the young lady can be seen in the front seat of a car with three guys, two of whom are in the back seat.
Not long into the clip, which was being recorded by the driver, she leans forward and tries to kiss one guy who unfortunately pretends he does not notice her attempt. The lady, who has now been identified as Asa, sadly turns away looking very forlorn after what has now become a very public rejection.
Her luck, however, seems to have changed after a hair company contacted with some good news. They decided to sponsor her with a whole new wig in order to help her make a come-back from the harsh embarrassment she went through.
5. South Africans flex their amazing village mansions, post photos online
Just because you live in a rural area doesn't mean the house is going to be small and deteriorating. Many South Africans are opting to build stunning homes in villages instead of paying for overpriced houses in the suburbs.
On Sunday, one man wanted to show Mzansi how it is done. He posted snaps of the home he is building in a Limpopo village.
Briefly.co.za reported the man, who was only identified as @monsieurponto, captioned the post:
"This how we do it in Limpopo. Build decent homes in the village."
His post has continued to circulate on social media and now more homeowners decided to share photos of their village mansions.
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