Zanele brings the heat! JHB woman's #Braampark witness account
JOHANNESBURG – Social media is lit after a woman in Johannesburg took live reporting to the next level.
Many have applauded her reporting skills, while others say she deserves a microphone and a camera crew to bring you the latest burning issues in and around Johannesburg.
According to Zanele, there were about five men on the roof of the building shortly before there smoke (which appeared like dust at first and later became huge).
And then... the roof, the roof, the roof was on fire.
'The roof, the roof, the roof is on fire' 😂😂😂😂😂😂— Sivuyile (@Slayvuyile) April 18, 2017
No, open up the industry guys. Zanele is IT! https://t.co/DdfX3xlv8g
I'm late to the party, but damn, I gotta give props to this legend!!!! 😂🤣😂Thata, Zanele!! "THE ROOF, THE ROOF, THE ROOF IS ON FIRE!!!!" 👊🏾 https://t.co/IwW2wlbwmF— marang setshwaelo (@marangdream) April 18, 2017
I really hope Zanele got the reporting job. https://t.co/RXW0AP5NPb— Pepe Silvia (@lucienmm) April 18, 2017
@ewnreporter How can this video end without giving this lady a chance to say "Zanele, reporting live from Braamfontein"— Osborn Mabunda (@OsbornMhlave) April 18, 2017
Zanele is a national treasure for this 😂 https://t.co/dekCb83de0— AffendedBlackQueen (@pixiestateomind) April 18, 2017
This article first appeared on EWN : Zanele brings the heat! JHB woman's #Braampark witness account
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