They say there is never a dull when you are a South African citizen. Mzansi always got you covered whenever you need something that will make you laugh.
It has indeed been a long year, and a lot has happened. If we can take you back on what has happened since the year began. You would remember when the Bajaj Qute car was introduced to the county.
The car trended for a long time on social media, with many saying it does not deserve to be authorized to travel in the main roads.
Then there was a woman from Tembisa who claimed that she is carrying TEN children.
Then the Marvel actor, Spiderman made waves in the country. It was not actually the real spiderman Peter Parker, but people would by his costumes and rock them in the events, malls and co.
Now, this lady who was taking pictures while in some kind of a bush. These leaves were set on fire, and the lady was not able to handle it.
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