Matric dance

Ash Sicqo Ndlovu is the son of the year after he invited his mother to be his matric dance date, she missed her own dance 18 years ago.


Johannesburg, South Africa – Ash Ndlovu didn’t have a date for his matric dance so he asked his mother if she would join him. She was a young mother and missed her chance to attend her own dance as she had been pregnant with Ash. He wanted her to experience a matric dance seeing as she missed her own.

Dressed in green, the pair did a little photoshoot before heading off to the dance. Afterwards, Ash shared the story on his Facebook and it went viral.

“Took my mother to my Matric dance, she had me at a young age & couldn’t go to her matric dance & I wanted her to experience it also, cause if it wasn’t for her I wouldn’t be here…ILYSM mom. You killed it”

Ash moved many to tears. People are saying what an incredible young man he is and an example to others. Ash said his mother was so nervous to attend the dance as she thought she would look too old. He comforted her and assured her that she was beautiful as is.

Take a look at the stunning pair below.

Sources: Facebook
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