Hashtag #Goodbye2020 trends as Mzansi reflects on a challenging year

Hashtag #Goodbye2020 trends as Mzansi reflects on a challenging year

- South Africans and the rest of the world have been tweeting about the end of a rough year, 2020

- The hashtag, #GoodBye2020 has been trending on Twitter as many of them reflect on the year that brought many harsh challenges

- A lot of them shared their thoughts on the year and what they would like from the year that lies ahead of them

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The year that felt like a never-ending rollercoaster s finally reaching an end. Many people are extremely grateful that they have made it to the end of what seemed like the hardest year of their lives.

With the coronavirus wreaking havoc on just about everything in the entire globe, many people have had to make unbelievable and difficult changes to their lives that were never previously imagined.

A lot of South Africans have subsequently headed online to share their thoughts on the year as it reaches its end. In what can be compared to a giant sigh of relief, they have used the hashtag #Goodbye2020 to reflect on the year that has been dubbed terrible by people across the world.

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Read a few of their tweets below:

@bts_lightss said:

"I learned how to paint this year Purple heart #GoodBye2020."

@Nikita_Kering said:

"Time to say #GoodBye2020. Despite the pains and losses we still made great memories & music #2020Highlights"

@leatherbykarina said:

"#GoodBye2020 It was a rollercoaster year. I wish all a happy and healthy new year."

@Prashansa_19 said:

"#Goodbye2020 it's the time to stop thinking about the past and look forward to the future with New Hope and Aspiration. #ByeBye2020 #Welcome2021."
Hashtag #Goodbye2020 trends as Mzansi reflects on a challenging year

The world happily says goodbye to 2020. Image: @SweetyS
Source: Twitter

In similar Briefly.co.za news, 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.

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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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Source: Briefly.co.za

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