The Jerusalema Dance Challenge continues to take the world by storm with countless videos of people, companies, organisations and schools dancing with a pep in their step to the popular tune.
Learners from Camelot College also rose to the challenge and dedicated their participation to the death of Nathanial Julius.
Pat Strachan, principal of Camelot College, said the vision behind the school’s participation in the Jerusalema challenge was to create an awareness for the learners about the plight of others.
“Gender-based violence, racial bias, discrimination of any kind and lack of humanity and kindness towards any living being are all areas of concern for our school. We dedicated the Jerusalema challenge to the horrifying death of Nathanial.”
South African artist Master KG’s hit song Jerusalema, featuring multi-talented vocalist Nomcebo Zikode, is gaining worldwide popularity.
It has gone viral with people in different parts of the world taking up the dance challenge.
Videos showing the #Jeruselemadancechallenge are surfacing all over social media and this exciting new trend has gripped many, including large corporates, hospital staff, many households, and now even schools.
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