- A TikToker made Mzansi proud after she joined in on a performance with traditional Xhosa singers and a dancer
- Siphokazi knew all the moves from beginning to end and had viewers beaming with pride as they watched her video on repeat
- The clip quickly went viral on TikTok as locals enjoyed the purely Saffa vibes shared in their moves
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@siphokazidimples_sa1 had peeps screaming "Xhosa pride!" when she joined a traditional dancer. The TikToker treated peeps on the app to a beautiful traditional Xhosa dance in the streets of Cape Town.
It seems a group of traditional dancers and singers were putting on a performance near V&A Waterfront when Siphokazi joined in. Siphokazi along with the Xhosa traditional dancer gave peeps a show to remember.
The video has been viewed more than 325 000 times on the social networking site and has gained nearly 31 000 likes!
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South Africans loved every moment of the viral video
"To us who repeated the video more than thrice."
"I'm proud of our culture."
"This gave me goosebumps! Yiyooooo!"
"You look like a vibe. Free-spirited and fun."
"I'm tempted to adopt this dance as my victory dance. It has that celebratory thing going on."
"Goosebumps chile. I love being umXhosa."
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In other proudly South African news, Briefly News previously reported that Paballo, not to be mistaken with Pablo (Picasso), is a local woman who made it her business to paint the canvas that is her social media account using her most noteworthy milestones of 2021 as a sumptuous year draws to a close.
While it's been an epic ride for many on the streets, others, like Paballo, are happy to give a healthy report on how the last 12 months have shaped up. Her post is one of many that have cropped up on Twitter showcasing tweeps' graduations after the successful completion of their tertiary studies.
But what makes this particular stunner's social media post unique is not only the academic milestone she's checked but the fact that it was accompanied by another graduation, that of becoming a traditional healer or a sangoma – ukuthwasa.
Source: Briefly News