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SA responds to Ramaphosa’s name for Jerusalema Dance Challenge


By Theolin Tembo Time of article published Sep 24, 2020

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Cape Town: South Africans spoke back the decision by way of President Cyril Ramaphosa and put their highest foot ahead as they carried out the Jerusalema Dance Challenge on Heritage Day.

During his nationwide deal with remaining Wednesday – the place he introduced that the rustic would transfer to lockdown alert stage 1 from September 21 – Ramaphosa recommended all South Africans to do the Jerusalema Dance Challenge as a part of this yr’s Heritage Day celebrations on September 24.

“There can be no better way to celebrate our South Africans than joining the global phenomenon that is spreading across the world, and that is the Jerusalema Dance Challenge. I urge all of you to take up this challenge on Heritage Day,” he said.

The president revealed that he is a huge fan of the hit song that got took the world by storm, referring to it as “the Jerusalema music that I like”.

“I urge all of you to take up this challenge and show the world what we are capable of,” Ramaphosa stated.

Throughout the week forward of the primary day, South Africans participated in celebratory actions and showcasing the rustic’s multicultural range in regalia, dance and music.

Kgaogelo Moagi, higher referred to as Master KG, took centre level on this yr’s party as his now world-renowned music Jerusalema noticed atypical South Africans, offices and different sectors of society establishing themselves into teams to bounce to it.

The authentic account of the Presidency showcased one of the vital highest examples of South Africans appearing off their dancing abilities. From information organisations to the Western Cape High Court, on a regular basis electorate confirmed off their foot paintings.




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