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COFFIN DANCE SHOCKS SOUTH AFRICANS IN BIZARRE GANGSTER SEND OFF

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Not even a well-known bad guy should be buried like this! Cultural expert Professor Jabulani Maphalala condemned the strange action as an un-African practice.

It is clear there was no elder at this funeral

The professor said.

And most people would agree that dancing on a dead man’s coffin is taking strange funeral behaviour to a whole new level.

The man in question was given the strangest send-off.

His coffin was stepped upon and dragged along the road, and a car with spinners hanging onto the vehicle’s bonnet, roof and boot lid raced around the box.

The video, said to have been made over the weekend in Tshwane, shows a group of youths – some holding beer bottles – repeatedly jumping on the coffin and slapping it like a drum.

Shouts of “Yebo! Yebo!” can be heard as the coffin is dragged and pushed to the middle of the street where a red car, overflowing with the deceased’s old friends, circles the box.

According to a source, it was the funeral of a well-known thug who went by the nickname Skhokoza.

Professor Maphalala said:

In Africa, death is a most solemn occasion. In some African cultures, funerals are so respected that only the elders speak at the funeral. 

“It is clear there was no elder at this funeral,” the professor said. He said in his travels around Africa, observing funeral rites, he had never encountered such an event. Many people on social media joined in to condemn the practice.

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