[WATCH] UKZN graduation ceremony celebrations has social media buzzing
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UKZN graduation celebration has social media buzzing
Graduation day is a very important day in every student's schooling career. It is a proud moment for having achieved a milestone.
However, every year, the graduation celebrations at The University of KwaZulu Natal further emphasises the importance of this day.
Watch below and witness students and parents celebrate this milestone.
Bachelor of Social Science graduate Zandile Sanele Shange had the crowd on their feet when she did an impromptu traditional Zulu dance at her graduation.— University of KZN (@UKZN) April 2, 2019
Kikiza mama!!!! :D #InspiringGreatness #UKZNgrad2019 pic.twitter.com/Gya55xJJ06
Father forces son to smash PlayStation 4 obtaining bad grades at school
Elsewhere on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, a video is doing social media rounds of a grabbing his son and making him crush his beloved PlayStation 4 to bits using a huge rock outside the house.
A woman relieves herself inside an FNB branch.
After waiting for an hour to be assisted at an FNB branch and when she tried to go to the bathroom and finding the toilets locked, a woman decided to pee inside the branch.
This article first appeared on 702 : [WATCH] UKZN graduation ceremony celebrations has social media buzzing
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