Be Brave Mzansi: Watch as SA rises with the Dance of Brave

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As Mzansi rises up as we continue the fight against the spread of Covid-19, creative and proactive South African's are using their voices and their bodies in the 'Dance of Brave'.

Watch below as families, schools, businesses, and individuals all step into their dancing shoes to take on the Dance of Brave challenge to the upbeat and uplifting Ndlovu Youth Choir track - 'Rise'. 


You can get in on the fun too and WIN big with Adcock Ingram OTC and News24 - there is a weekly R5000 prize and three grand prizes totalling a huge R30,000! So grab your colleagues, friends, family, or yourself and visit the Be Brave, Mzansi website to find out all about the exciting prizes up for grabs and submit your Dance of Brave video.

Watch all of the entries here to get inspired, download the track, and get your dance on!

Enter now at https://partners.24.com/BeBraveMzansi/index.html

This post is sponsored by Adcock Ingram OTC produced by BrandStudio24 for News24.

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