Politicians can shake it: Five stars of the dance floor
As election season has dawned, politicians go the extra mile to show their skills beyond parliament.
From twerking, to the vosho, to dancing to that Babes Wodumo song, politicians are in tune with the latest trends in dance.
Their rhythm might be debatable, but they are never shy to hit the stage.
Here's five political leaders who have shown us their skills.
President Cyril Ramaphosa showed us his attempt at the Gwara Gwara at an ANC rally in March.
EFF leader Julius Malema busted a few moves and took a shot at the vosho at the party's gala dinner in February.
During Agang SA's election manifesto, the party's leader Andries Tlouamma twerked for the audience.
Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane joined supporters in song and dance at the Noord Taxi Rank in Johannesburg.
Latsho kamnandi igwijo eNoord Taxi Rank!— Democratic Alliance (@Our_DA) April 5, 2019
South Africans are looking forward to the 8th of May, to vote for a government that will bring change and deal decisively with corruption.
We cannot continue this way any longer. Enough is enough.#KasiToKasi pic.twitter.com/OE6pP88n50
EFF senior members Advocate Dali Mpofu and Godrich Gardee showed us their attempt at the vosho.
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