Pics: Snowfall in South Africa creates excitement on social media

Pics: Snowfall in South Africa creates excitement on social media

- Snow has graced parts of South Africa as the cold front shows its full power

- Twitter users have captured the beautiful snowfall in both pictures and videos in different parts of the country

- The SA Weather Services said the cold front is supposed to travel to Mpumalanga from the Eastern Cape this week

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Winter is showing its true colours as snow has made it's way to Mzansi. Twitter users from different parts of the country are sharing their pictures and videos as the country receives the brunt of the cold front.

Twitter users shared beautiful imagery of their yards and surroundings as snow gently fell around them. Twitter is jam-packed with the snowfall in South Africa.

It's definitely not a usual sight for most and thankfully the digital age has allowed citizens to capture these moments on camera.

Snow in SA

Snowfall in the Western Cape. Source: @SouthernStaying / Twitter
Source: Twitter

Below are some pictures and videos displaying the snowfall in the Eastern Cape:

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The South African Weather Services has cautioned members of the public as the cold front moves. It's expected to reach Mpumalanga this week. In other parts of the country, the snow has been falling since Monday.

Western Cape Twitter users were quick to capture these images:

In other trending news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the My Yoki Yoki singer, Vhudi, who revealed that he was trying to impress a girl when he came up with the lyrics of his song.

Vhudi trended on Mzansi's social media platforms after he performed the viewers' fave number on Sunday when he auditioned in Johannesburg for Idols SA.

During his audition, the show's judges, Somizi Mhlongo, Randall Abrahams, Unathi Nkanyi and guest judge Buhle Mda, sang along to the musician's song.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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