- #KeDezemberBoss recently started trending in South Africa after hundreds of locals started using the hashtag
- Many people took the opportunity to reflect on the year 2020, which was quite a difficult one for many
- A lot of peeps also promised to spend their December having as much fun as they'd like
December has arrived and South Africans could not be any more excited - after the tough year everyone's had no one can blame them. Taking to Twitter many of them reflected on all the happenings of 2020.
Soon #KeDezembaBoss was trending with Mzansians all sharing their thoughts on the new month and what it will bring for them. While a lot of locals promised to party their lives away, others chose to use the time to make resolutions for the year that lies ahead.
Hundreds of tweets using the hashtag subsequently flooded Mzansi timelines. Briefly.co.za took the opportunity to compile a few of the many interesting #KeDezembaBoss tweets. Take a look at some of them below.
"I feel sorry for my parents because once I leave home this coming weekend, they'll see me in January. #KeDezembaBoss"
"To us who are broke for December but we are grateful because we are still alive - #KeDezembaBoss"
"This December won't be special to many of us, because it was a short year. We lost our jobs, our family members and our friends. May we all find the strength to move on next year.#KeDezembaBoss"
"If I flirted with you this year, I’m sorry it doesn’t count. I thought we were about to die! #KeDezembaBoss"
"Thank You Lord for allowing us to get this far... Many didn't make it! We asking you for protection and guidance this month. Those who are travelling home, protect them too. #KeDezembaBoss"
In other Briefly.co.za news, a lot of support has poured in for two children who have been selling iced drinks on a busy street in order to save enough money to be able to buy Christmas clothes for themselves.
The boys first came to the attention of locals after the pictures were shared on Facebook by Kaelo Precious Lebona, who captioned the post:
"We're selling ice guavas so that we can also look like other kids on Christmas day.
"I met these two this afternoon, they always walk from Hanipark Ext. 15 to Town (Welkom) to sell ice guavas whenever they are not writing any tests, they're both in Grade 6 and they stay with their grans.
"The boy in front even got into tears while I was questioning them. Please help them out if you get to see them around town," wrote Kaelo.
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