- A video of a South African man honouring his Zulu culture at his prestigious graduation ceremony has been circulating online
- The clip was shared by UKZN's College of Law and Management Studies and shows him breaking into a cultural dance on stage
- Cheers and ululations can be heard in the clip and netizens were just as elated as they poured in congratulations for the graduate
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A South African Zulu man paid tribute to his vibrant culture at his graduation ceremony.
A video of him proudly breaking into a traditional Zulu dance was shared on Facebook by UKZN's College of Law and Management Studies.
The gent, dressed in an olive green suit under his grad gown, is seen busting some cultural moves on the stage before he collects his hard-earned academic belt. Cheers and ululations can also be heard in the background.
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The post was captioned:
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“Halala !!!!!! The celebrations are here, graduation is underway. All that excitement from the long nights of studying and jubilations from a job well done culminate in the highlight of your life.”
South African social media users were left in awe of the beautiful Facebook post and the man’s pride in his culture.
Mashaba Queen responded:
“Well done you’ve worked hard.”
Nomndeni Nana wrote:
“Ezonyazi uzibona ebusweni.”
Philasande Shamply Mabaso commented:
“Halalala lukhulu unyazi imisebenzi siyayibona amen.”
Princess Sli KaFuze Ngcobo replied:
Sbonelo Mancinza said:
“Isbusiso sonyaz sehlele phezu kwakho nomndeni wakho.”
Ntando Mkhize wrote:
“UZulu omnyama, bayede wena waseb'khosini.”
Petunia Shembe Fumo responded:
“Shembe is the way.”
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Getting a tertiary education for young people of colour in SA is something their parents and grandparents fought hard to make possible.
LinkedIn user Qiniso Phungula just graduated with his Honours Degree and beamed with pride. He did this for his family as they were the ones who made it possible.
Source: Briefly News