The Nationwide lockdown may have been extended by a further two weeks, but that hasn’t put a damper on South African spirits. In a video posted by Cape Town resident Shelly Finch, you can see the community of Sea Point come together and collectively sing the National Anthem from their homes.

Watch the heart warming video below.

Update: Wow. I can’t believe how much love this has shared across the world! From my neighbourhood of Sea Point in Cape Town, South Africa to yours, wherever you are, we wish you good health, joy and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!! ❤️❤️❤️Please share some kindness wherever you can.Thanks to your support, I am setting up a crowdfunding campaign to help feed local families who need some help at this difficult time. Please consider donating R250 which will feed 1 person for 1 month. That is only €13 or $14 or £12.We have now been locked down for an additional two weeks. For some families that means 5 weeks of no income. Help us help each other make it through. Donate here: https://www.backabuddy.co.za/feed-a-familyNkosi Sikelel' iAfrika Maluphakanyisw' uphondo lwayo Yizwa imithandazo yethu, Nkosi sikelela, thina lusapho Iwayo. Morena boloka setjhaba sa heso, O fedise dintwa le matshwenyeho,O se boloke, O se boloke setjhaba sa heso, Setjhaba sa, South Afrika, South Afrika.🇿🇦 ❤️ 🇿🇦(English Translation) Lord bless AfricaMay her glory be lifted high,Hear our petitionsLord bless us, your children.Lord we ask You to protect our nation,Intervene and end all conflicts,Protect us, protect our nation,Protect South Africa, South Africa.🇿🇦 ❤️ 🇿🇦

Gepostet von Shelley Finch am Sonntag, 5. April 2020

After her video had gone viral, amassing over 26 thousand views on Facebook, Finch wrote in a update “Wow. I can’t believe how much love this has shared across the world! From my neighbourhood of Sea Point in Cape Town, South Africa to yours, wherever you are, we wish you good health, joy and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!! Please share some kindness wherever you can.”

Along with sharing this awe-inspiring video, Finch had also previously shared a video which showed her community coming out onto their balconies to give health care workers, the military, police service,  security patrols, and essential service providers a round of applause as a sign of thanks and appreciation for all they’ve done during these trying times.

How is this chick balling her eyes out right now? This is the sound of Sea Point on our balconies giving our health care workers, our military, our police service, our security patrols, our retail workers, our essential service providers a round of applause to say THANK YOU!!! 🇿🇦🇿🇦❤️❤️

Gepostet von Shelley Finch am Freitag, 27. März 2020

After seeing the amazing response fellow South Africans had to her video, Finch, along with a group of friends have set up a ‘BackaBuddy’ campaign which promises to feed a family during lockdown.

“We are crowdfunding to purchase Nurtiwell Nutritional Packs which comprise of 1kg Instant Porridge, 1kg Instant Shake, 1kg Thick Vegetable Soup and 1kg Soya Mince Stew.

This pack provides an estimated 120 adult meals and costs R251.00 per pack. This is enough to feed one adult for a month or two children.”

If you would like donate and help feed a family that needs it most, click here.

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