- A talented South African singer decided to take a unique approach to her craft by singing the president's speech
- President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation earlier this week and Thando Ngoasheng sang his speech
- Her guitar-playing paired with her dazzling vocal abilities captivated many South Africans
@thandongoasheng (Thando) is a talented South African artist. The young lady recently showed off her talent by singing along with President Cyril Ramaphosa's nation address. She played the guitar as she sang.
Thando shared the 27-second video to Twitter and has already gained over 72 000 views on the social networking site. Her melodious voice captured the attention of over 6 000 South Africans who liked the video.
She received tons of praise from tweeps who were captivated by her control and her unusual song idea.
Take a look at Thando's enchanting video below:
Below are just a few of the hundreds of responses she received:
"I don't know how many times I watched this."
"You’ve got a beautiful voice. Wishing you a successful career."
"I want to be angry but the talent."
"I actually enjoyed that. You're good gal."
"You are the highlight of this speech! Beautiful!"
@LouisahKadiege responded with:
"OK, but I want to hear this girl sing more."
"That last line though. "With immediate effect from midnight tonight"."
South Africans prove their talent daily. Briefly.co.za previously reported on a local couple's cover of Endless Love. A video of the couple singing Lionel Richie and Diana Ross' 1981 hit with their perfect harmonies has gone viral on Facebook.
It was shared to the social networking site by Tebogo Mphohle who simply captioned the video: "Endless Love cover." Their cover of the hit song, which was also sung by Luther Vandross and Mariah Carey in 1994, has already gained over 330 000 views.
The couple are clearly very talented individuals but singing together made the cover all the better. Briefly.co.za took to the comments section under the amazing video to see what some SAns had to say.
Jonice Magoro said:
"Ohhhhh my gosh, this is so beautiful... God bless you. You are so good together."
Donata Uwimana Mukamana wrote:
"Yohhhhhh... I don't follow them and I don't know who they are, mara yohhh. Tears just fell from my eyes."
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