[WATCH] Pupils dance to music made from a street pole in a true Mzansi way
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It's a fact, South Africans love dancing to a good beat.
This is evident in a video being widely shared on social media of a group of school kids dancing to a beat...from a street pole.
While dancing, a cyclist is seen stopping to join the group in a jovial dance.
I found myself dancing 🕺🏽 for this little girl 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/oKXjgryJBA— Marvin Donovan Mkhonto 🇿🇦..☀️🔥💥Spear 🧠👀 (@marvinmkhonto1) November 12, 2018
In other not so jovial news, a Soweto pupil attacked a teacher on school grounds.
In the video, a leaner is seen attacking a male teacher and throwing what looks like a brick at him.
Other female teachers are heard trying to stop the learner from attacking the teacher and telling him to run and hide.
According to Khabazela, MEC for education in Gauteng Panyaza Lesufi has responded to this video saying an investigation is underway and action will be taken in the next 72 hours.
[WATCH] Pupil's vicious attack on Soweto teacher caught on video: pic.twitter.com/zvpF97SE6K— The Star (@TheStar_news) November 13, 2018
To hear more of what went viral on social media with Jonathan Khabazela Fairbairn, listen below:
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