WATCH | Mbalula shares videos of Cyril Ramaphosa pulling some dance moves

President Cyril Ramaphosa admitted to being a fan of Master KG's song 'Jerusalema' during his televised address on Wednesday night.
President Cyril Ramaphosa admitted to being a fan of Master KG's song 'Jerusalema' during his televised address on Wednesday night.
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Transport minister Fikile Mbalula has reacted to President Cyril Ramaphosa's call to South Africans to dance, by sharing two videos of the president pulling some serious dance moves.

In his address to the nation on Wednesday about the state of the Covid-19 pandemic, Ramaphosa endorsed Master KG's global anthem, Jerusalema, and urged more South Africans to join the dance challenge in commemoration of Heritage Day.

“There can be no better way to celebrate our South African-ness than to join the global phenomenon that is spreading across the world, and that is the Jerusalema dance challenge,” he said. Ramaphosa admitted that he too, like millions around the globe, is a fan of the song.

“Our performers have demonstrated to the world that we have good music and good dance and good moves,” he said.  

One of the videos shared by Mbalula is from a 2019 Youth Day event held in Limpopo. Proving to be a fan of SA music and dance, Ramaphosa danced a 'vosho' with musician Holly Rey as they danced to her hit song Deeper.

In the second video, the president and KwaZulu-Natal premier Sihle Zikalala shared the stage with ANC supporters who shouted his presidential campaign slogan, 'let's grow SA today.'

Watch the videos below:


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