- Kids Haven is a children's home in Gauteng and the residents are the latest participants in the #JerusalemaChallenge
- Their video (with a little twist on the challenge) gained around 16 000 views since its upload and the comment section is full of proud and excited South African citizens
- We may be in a global pandemic but many viral videos have been able to bring in light and smiles
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A video of children from a Gauteng child and youth care centre has warmed the hearts of many South Africans. Kids Haven, based in Benoni, made a compilation video of some of the children getting down to Master KG's hit song - Jerusalema.
The video, which was posted to Facebook, has gained traction since its upload and now boasts 16 000 views. Uploaded by Tsietsi Tsi-vo Morobi, the video has around 150 shares. Morobi captioned it:
"Kids Haven boys Jerusalema Challenge…"
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The video starts with a boy in a gown walking around as the song plays in the background. He takes a seat on a step before the video proceeds to clips of the children and their twist on the #JerusalemaChallenge.
Here's what some Facebook users had to say:
Soula Foord commented:
"This knocked my socks off!! So proud. I just cried buckets."
Malose Sam Mokgopha said:
It is beautiful. I love it. It is nice. Well done to all who made this possible."
Linda Parrish reacted:
"LOVE this ❤️ Well done Kids Haven."
Mai Timo Mhizha replied:
"Wow, very impressive. Well done KH."
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Second Lady of the Republic of Ghana, H.E Samira Bawumia, has received a surprise of her life on her 40th birthday on August 20, 2020.
The stateswoman walked into her office with the notion of working only to be surprised by her staff who had put in a lot of work to make the day special for their boss.
Some staff of the second lady hid in her office as she walked in and turned on the lights to surprise her with flowers, balloons and many wishes of good health and prosperity.
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