South Africa ‘ready to party’ in carnival


The South African delegation performing in last year’s Carnaval International de Victoria

A delegation from the Cape Town Municipal of South Africa are now all set to travel to Seychelles for their third participation in the annual Carnival International de Victoria.

South Africa has said that it is bringing to the mid ocean Vanilla Islands carnival the true essence of African music and traditional costumes all the way from mainland Africa.

For months the Cape Town Municipal delegation has been preparing their comeback to Seychelles with a carnival float of the African rainbow colours. 

“We will outshine our previous performances with South Africa’s blaze of colours, thundering music and exquisite dance moves. We will surely warm the hearts of the public,” a member of the South African delegation said to the press this week.

For the last two consecutive years South Africa has managed to capture the hearts in Victoria with their jovial performances, and with their sense of belonging with the Seychelles and its people.

This is the benchmark set by the Cape Town Municipal delegation and they have now announced that they have set the ball rolling for the party to begin in Seychelles.

“Seychelles is now our second home, and going back to Seychelles every year to participate in the carnival is like ‘home coming’. We are looking forward to meeting all our friends and the Seychellois community in general,” said group leader Kader Miller.

The South African delegation will be accompanied by David Germain, the Seychelles Tourism Board’s director for Africa and the Americas.

The Cape Town Municipal carnival troop told the press in South Africa that they are promising to bring another incredible journey of imagination to Seychelles on February 8 -10.

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