9-year-old won 1st place at Euro Dance Festival 2019, Mzansi approves

9-year-old won 1st place at Euro Dance Festival 2019, Mzansi approves

- Okuhle Mose made South Africa proud when she won 1st place at the Euro Dance Festival in 2019

- @Shetried031 posted a throwback pic in the #ImStaying group which received hundreds of comments and thousands of likes

- She really did make South Africa proud, and she has a bright future ahead of her

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A throwback post praising Okuhle Mose, a 9-year-old South African who won 1st place at the Euro Dance Festival in 2019.

She had managed to outperform dancers from all over the world and her achievement has not gone unnoticed.

The pic was shared in the #ImStaying group on Facebook where people showered the post with love, praising the girl for her achievement.

"9-year-old Okuhle Mose from made South Africa Proud by winning 1st place in hip hop section at Euro Dance Festival 2019 in Serbia."
Nurse proudly serves Mzansi and is motived by patients' gratitude

9-year-old South African won 1st place at Euro Dance Festival 2019.

Okuhle Mose won 1st place in the Euro Dance Festival, beating competition from around the world. Photo credit: Facebook/@Shetried031
Source: Facebook

Here are some reactions to the post from the #ImStaying group:

Dorothy Danney Vieira:

"Fantastic achievement. Well done, young lady. "

Nadia Chalkley:

"Does anyone have a clip of her dancing. Sure she was amazing..."

Kyle Theo Fortuin:

"Well done little one but I mean she's from South Africa. Rhythm was born here. Other countries mustn't even try, this little one is just reminding the world, of what we already know."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Melita Moate is a nurse and proud to serve her fellow citizens, she took to Facebook and shared her feelings in the #ImStaing group.

She said that she is motivated to do good each time a patient says "thank you". Her post struck a chord with her fellow South Africans who loved what she does and what she said.

Here is her post, she has a beautiful smile:

White couple celebrate Zulu wedding: "This is real Mzansi for sure"
"Serving with pride, every time when a patient say "" thank you "... It motivates me to do more good❤️#I'mStaying"

In other news, Njab's V Mthalane shared some photos of a wedding he recently attended where a white couple were married.

What made this wedding different is that the couple chose to embrace South African traditions and hosted a Zulu wedding.

He captioned the post with the following:

"Family ❤️ #Zuluwedding we are a rainbow nation that's why #ImStaying"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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