DUT opens Jerusalema dance competition to all primary and high schools
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) has decided to jump on the bandwagon and do the Jerusalema dance challenge.
Primary and high schools can submit their 2-4 minutes video clips as an entry to the competition through the link provided by DUT to be considered for the DUT Spring into summer 2020 Jerusalema Dance Competition.
Student Recruitment manager Alex Mdletshe has said that the competition is a joint project by four departments at DUT.
“Student Recruitment, Marketing, Community Engagement and Alumni Relations departments are part of the uplifting team. This is an effort by DUT to lift the spirits of learners during times of Covid-19 and also before examinations,” said Mdletshe.
The competition commenced on the 9th of October and all primary and high schools have until the 9th of November to enter the competition.
“All schools across South Africa are encouraged to participate and stand a chance of winning great prices,” said Mdletshe. Free
The Jerusalema dance challenge was a viral sensation during the Covid-19 pandemic and has been performed by people from all walks of life.
Palesa Mokolobate who is a learner at PJ Simelane Secondary School in Soweto is very excited about this opportunity.
“This is quite an interesting opportunity and I’ll definitely be encouraging my school to enter the competition to win some awesome prices,” said Mokolobate.
Here ‘s how schools can enter: