- South Africans appreciate the little and big things that make life bearable
- 2020 has been a terrible year but social media users have taken time to pay tribute to the good things
- A hashtag has gone viral on social media acknowledging that #2020IsBadBut
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Social media users have created a new hashtag, #2020IsBadBut to acknowledge that although things are bad right now, it could always be worse.
The hashtag has flooded social media platforms and paid tribute to the good things in life, appreciating what we have now.
From the news that schools might not reopen and restrictions of movement during lockdown have gotten people pretty down about things.
Briefly.co.za learned that these are some of the things that people are grateful for:
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that the Covid-19 pandemic has already seen a number of casualties within South Africa, but the nationwide lockdown has had a devastating effect on small businesses.
With smaller margins to play out, many companies are struggling to keep doors open even when customers are allowed to return.
In light of this, two Johannesburg media companies have been providing free advertising billboards for small businesses.
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