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Zandile Sanele Shange brought graduates to their feet as she broke into a traditional Zulu dance in celebration for graduating university.

 

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa – Graduation season is upon us so get ready for a flood of feel-good stories about students, their graduation ceremonies and so much more. We have already shared a number of stories so far, from moms celebrating their daughters’ graduating to students asking people to attend ceremonies on behalf of absent family members. The feel-good vibes are all around.

One student brought the auditorium of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, to its feet with her traditional dance in celebration of graduating.

Zandile Sanele Shange, a Bachelor of Social Science graduate had the crowd on their feet when she did an impromptu traditional Zulu dance at her graduation recently. The video has gone viral with over 700,000 people loving it so far.

Her jubilation is infectious and has so many smiling along as she celebrates her victory. Graduating from university is a massive victory so her dance was embraced by the hundreds of students, parents and faculty in attendance.

“I literally just shed a tear… This is so Beautiful” – Dineo Matjeni

“I am at work and I think someone is cutting onions here. Such a beautiful thing to watch” – Reaboka Maraisane

“UKZN this is beautiful this video took us through her journey and finally her proudest moment it is so beautiful I couldn’t hold back my tears, well done Sisi you are an inspiration” – Kate Ntsae Mogotshi

Take a look below, she will bring a smile to your face for sure!


Sources: Facebook
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