President Ramaphosa dancing-Image Source@InstagramPresident Ramaphosa dancing-Image Source@Instagram

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Dance Moves Impress Mzansi (Watch)

A video of President Cyril Ramaphosa dancing has taken social media by storm. The video was shared by award-winning gospel musician Dr Winnie Mashaba on Instagram and has since flooded social media.

The video was taken at the District Development Model (DDM) Presidential Imbizo, which was recently held in Sekhukhune District Municipality in Limpopo.

South Africans React to Ramaphosa’s Dancing

President Ramaphosa dancing-Image Source@Instagram
President Ramaphosa dancing-Image Source@Instagram

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s dance moves have received thousands of reactions and comments since the video was released. South Africans were quick to compare him to former President Jacob Zuma, who was known for his smooth dance moves during his term in office.

The president was dancing to Winnie Mashaba’s hit song ‘Re Tla Mo Leboga Kang’, and according to many, he did justice to the gospel song. However, some were puzzled by the president’s dance moves but were impressed with his fair attempt.

Ramaphosa’s History of Viral Dance Moves

Over the years, the president has wowed South Africans with his not-so-perfect dance moves, often leaving many in stitches. Let’s take a look at some of the viral dance moves that have thrust the president into top trends.

In 2019, the president lit up the Youth Day celebrations at the Peter Makoba Cricket Club in Polokwane Limpopo with his ‘vosho’ dance moves. After concluding a four-day visit to Ghana and other Western African countries in 2021, the president shared lighter moments with Ghanaian president Nana Akufo-Addo and his officials on the dance floor.

In 2022, during the African National Congress (ANC) 110th anniversary, the president joined Makhadzi on stage, who was entertaining the crowd. The president showed off some of his killer dance moves during the celebrations.

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