- Miss Universe and former Miss SA, Zozi Tunzi has headed to Twitter to share a heartfelt New Years Eve message
- In her post, the beautiful South African woman encourages people to breath as we've reached the last lap of what has been a trying year
- Many loved the inspirational post, taking to the comment section to share their thoughts and spread positivity
As South Africa celebrates New Year's eve, many people have taken to the internet to reflect on the year and how they will be moving forward. Former Miss South Africa and current Miss Univers, Zozibini Tunzi is one of them.
The Eastern Cape beauty recently headed to Twitter to share her thoughts and feels of a new year dawning. In her tweet, she reminds everyone that they are still alive and well. She also encourages them to hold on as the tough year is nearly behind them.
"And after everything, we are grateful for breath in our bodies. Inhale it's the final stretch," she wrote.
South Africans loved that she was spreading positivity. Many of them headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. A few of which you can read below.
"We are grateful for you for running the Universe well, Unyaka oyokozela amathamsanqa kuwe."
"Thank you our Queen, we are thankful for our breath as many have given their last this year."
"After the number of people including my mom that I've lost this year I am still grateful to be alive... But my life will never be complete."
In similar Briefly.co.za reports, South Africans are stuck indoors this New Year's Eve. Although many are frustrated that celebrations are cancelled others are just happy to be able to flatten the curve by staying at home today.
#NewYearsEve is currently trending on Twitter as South Africans take a look back at the crazy year we've all had. From the year starting off as every year does to the global pandemic taking over.
SAns are tweeting about their 2020 and what they expect from 2021. @MzelemuKwanele said:
"Give it up for yourself for surviving the year 2020 - Thank God for he has been good. Now we look forward to 2021. #NewYearsEve #2021MakeAWish."
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