Cast Your Final Votes
It's time to cast your final votes.
Mzansi, following an incredible and dance-fuelled few months and dozens of phenomenal entries – the time to cast your final votes for your favourite dance is here.
News24 and Adcock Ingram OTC would like to extend a thank you to our loyal readers back home who stood and danced together in unity to celebrate alongside us and our frontline workers through the Dance of Brave challenge.
To cast your vote, view the entries here and click the voting button under your favourite video. The lucky nationwide public vote winner will walk off with an incredible cash prize of R20,000!
But the winning doesn’t end there, two winners selected by the judging panel will walk off with R10,000 each to mark the best individual or family entries, and a winner chosen by the Ndlovu Youth Choir will also walk off with R10,000 as the best school or organisation entry.
Voting is open until 21 January 2021 at 00:00 AM - so vote now for your favourite Dance of Brave!
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South Africa, it is time to rise up as we continue the fight against the spread of Covid-19. Whether it's following social distancing protocol or getting the vaccination, now is the time to show Mzansi how much you care.
The Covid-19 pandemic caused unimaginable loss of loved ones and livelihoods for many South Africans. The country has been in the grips of this pandemic for the better part of the past 18 months, but slowly and steadily there is light at the end of the tunnel as we exit our third wave and the national vaccine rollout gains momentum.
To celebrate and commemorate just how far we have come as a country, we want you to get up and dance, as we rise together to beat this virus. Weekly cash prizes to the tune of R5,000, are up for grabs when you submit your dance video. Three will be selected as overall winners: one by a nationwide public vote who will win R20,000 and two chosen by the panel of judges and The Ndlovu Youth Choir who will win R10,000 each - one for the best individual or family and one for the best school or organisation.
It's time for all South African residents young and old to share in the joy as we embark on the journey to rebuild. For some, it will be a dance of remembrance, a dance of survival for others and a dance of hope for many – but a dance of fun for all. Take inspiration from the internationally acclaimed Ndlovu Youth Choir from the hills of Limpopo as they challenge you to learn the Dance of Brave to their newly launched song, We Will Rise, and share in the joy across South Africa.