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This Heritage Day, South Africans didn’t just put their traditional outfits on or have a braai, many also did the Jerusalema dance to celebrate unity.


South Africa (25 September 2020) – Master KG’s song Jerusalema has become a global dancing challenge. Every week, we see a new video trending online of a group dancing to the now smash hit. Many South Africans took part in the challenge as part of Heritage Day.

Master KG is a 24-year-old rising star who comes from Calais Village, Limpopo. The song has shot him to success, even earning himself five award nominations for the African Muzik Magazine Awards (Afrimma). The five nominations have already meant that Master KG is the leading nominee for the awards.

To be honest, the unity this song has created, not just in South Africa, but on a global scale, Master KG deserves every accolade that comes his way. The YouTube video more than 147 million views, an incredible accomplishment! It is also the number 1 most Shazamed song in the world!

South Africans celebrated their heritage yesterday by putting on their traditional outfits, lighting up a fire and dancing to Jerusalema.

We have been sent a few videos so we thought we would share all the ones from Heritage Day. If we missed any good ones, let us know!


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