SA Ladies Living in the UK Represent Mzansi by Sharing What They Love About the Country, Peeps Here for It

SA Ladies Living in the UK Represent Mzansi by Sharing What They Love About the Country, Peeps Here for It

  • A video of two South African ladies living abroad being interviewed about their home country was shared online
  • In the TikTok video, the women are asked about their culture, favourite foods and love for music
  • Mzansi peeps were pleased by the ladies commenting that they represented their home country well

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A video of two South African women living in the United Kingdom (UK) got Mzansi peep's attention.

South African ladies living in the UK
Two SA ladies living in the UK shared what they love and miss about living in Mzansi. Image: @officialgreengambian/TikTok
Source: TikTok

The clip posted on TikTok by @officialgreengambian shows a man interviewing the two women as he asks where they are from.

The beautiful babes share that they are from South Africa and that the best thing about their home country is the food, music, weather and the people.

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The man proceeds to ask specific details like what food they most enjoy, and the one lady explains that it depends on what tribe you are from as she is Xhosa and most enjoys umngqusho (samp), tripe and pap.

The other lady shares that she is Pedi and loves pap, mogodu, minatana and chakalaka.

The two friends also share that they love the amapiano music trend before the man challenges one of them to dance.

The clip ends with the ladies sharing a sweet message to their fellow South Africans, adding that they miss Mzansi.

Watch the video below:

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Netizens were impressed by the women's knowledge about Mzansi and showed them love in the comments.

Simphiwe wrote:

"Buyani iweekend enkulu le esiya kuyona."

ntokozondwalane reacted:


Jay said:

"Loving South Africa from afar is truly the dream."

biskado commented:

"In my head thinking "sambonani" ."

Paul@ replied:

"Some of the things they said vs what I read ."

Neo Bapela reacted:

"South African Women are just TOO BEAUTIFUL ."

Ntokozo Hadebe responded:

"Pedi pictures don't correlate with what she said ."

philasandefuze2 said:

"Thank God she didn't say Masonja

OGG · Creator reacted:

"Where are my South Africans ."

Buhlebenkosi Ndwandw commented:

"Now those are real South Africans, Not the one who said sambonani ."

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