January to December: Top trending articles of each month of 2019

January to December: Top trending articles of each month of 2019

2019 served its fair share of memorable moments and Briefly.co.za summarises the top article for each month of the year.

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January - Man left heartbroken after wife of 10 years reveals all 5 kids are not his

The year started with a bang as Briefly.co.za readers learnt the tragic tale of a man who was deceived for 10 year.

After being married to his wife for a decade, a man known as Ombaso made the disturbing discovery that he was not the biological father for their five children.

February - Traffic cop tells lady SA isn't her country, she slams back in African languages

Traffic cops got more than they bargained for after they made a derogatory comment about a motorist that they had pulled over.

It was understood that the officers spoke in Zulu and said that South Africa was not the woman's country.

To their surprise, she not only understood but clapped back in four different African languages.

March - The student who cleaned up EFF's litter in viral video

A controversial video went viral that revealed EFF members humiliating a fellow student at the University of Free State.

The student lauded for cleaning up was identified as Eckhard Binding and Briefly.co.za reported that he received offers for a bursary and cash for his good deeds.

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April - Supercars and tuxedos: Sonia Mbele's son's matric dance looked lit

Sonia Mbele was so impressed by the festivities at her son's matric dance that she took to social media to share details of the event.

Her Twitter video proved a hit as it showcased her son arriving in a cherry red super-car.

May - Video of graduate struggling to walk in heels leaves Mzansi confused

A young lady caused a stir as she struggled to walk during her graduation ceremony.

While many social media users mocked her for wearing high heels, a valid explanation was provided.

Insiders reminded others not to judge a book by its cover as the young lady was unable to walk, but her friends helped her to collect her degree.

June - Local 6-year-old girl's dance goes viral, gets Will Smith's attention

Briefly.co.za previously reported on 6-year-old Ivanah Campbell who went viral after Will Smith admired her dancing.

July - AKA shares selfie with bae but fans are worried - he looks unhappy

Finally, a celeb actually topped the news headlines when AKA's fans expressed concern over a selfie.

It turned out to be a false alarm as the celeb couple are still loving life together.

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August - ‘Celebrate your divorce like your wedding’: Man’s pictures go viral

A social media post polarised opinion as a man took the controversial step to celebrate his divorce settlement.

September - Sneak peeks at Somhale's wedding day: Everything about it looks lit

When talented dancer Somizi decided to marry the love of his life, it was predicted to be the wedding of the year.

Fans got a glimpse of the celebration via social media as Somgaga shared some glorious pics.

October - Juju and his beautiful wife attend another wedding, photos go viral

EFF leader Julius Malema attended a wedding with his beautiful wife Mantwa Matlala and the story went viral

November - John Cena raps Sho Madjozi track word for word like it's nothing

Arguably, the story of the year was the unlikely friendship that emerged between Sho Madjozi and WWE star John Cena.

Madjozi's track became a global hit and fans went wild when Cena rapped the chorus during a television interview.

December - Taxi drivers dress in dresses to support campaign against women abuse

In the wake of the gender-based violence campaigns, a group of taxi drivers took the bold step to wear dresses to show their support.

The surprise move proved to be a massive success as others have been inspired to follow suit.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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