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You MUST watch these Jerusalema videos by Mzansi’s farmers

Farmers can dance. Here’s the proof

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jerusalema dance videos take the world by stormFrom LA to Joburg, Italy to KZN, thousands of #Jerusalemachallenge videos have crept onto our social media feeds as Master KG’s proudly Mzansi song sweeps the world.

Megastars like Leslie Jordan, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Janet Jackson have also gushed over the popular song with their own dance moves, but did you know that Mzansi’s farmers are doing it too?

Of course, we know that no one busts a move like us locals, but it’s great seeing Mzansi’s farmers, agriworkers and agripreneurs answering Pres. Cyril Ramaphosa’s call to the nation to shayi groove.

Here are three of our favourite, must-see Jerusalema vids:

 

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The VKB head office team could not wait to show off their Jerusalema dance moves when their renowned “Mielie” mascot visited their offices. 

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In this video, we see students at the Potchefstroom College of Agriculture accepting the #Jerusalemachallenge in their blue overall jackets paired with jeans.

 

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A group of agricultural workers in the Western Cape also joined the Jerusalema dance challenge with their own twist.

Also see: ‘Dancing boertjie’ takes Mzansi by storm

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Duncan Masiwa
Duncan Masiwa
DUNCAN MASIWA is a budding journalist with a passion for telling great agricultural stories. He hails from Macassar, close to Somerset West in the Western Cape, where he first started writing for the Helderberg Gazette community newspaper. Besides making a name for himself as a columnist, he is also an avid poet who has shared stages with artists like Mahalia Buchanan, Charisma Hanekam, Jesse Jordan and Motlatsi Mofatse.
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