Halala Kings and Queens Halala! You’ve won 2020, 2020-won (2021). Tis’ the season to be thankful! I mean if you’re reading this you made it to the year 2021, that in itself is a blessing.
— Congrats Sailer, You Made It To Friday! (@FridaySailer) January 1, 2021
Many are starting the new year without their loved ones who passed in 2020, love and light to those of you who have lost people along the way. The year was a lot: COVID-19 caused so much stress and anxiety, with people losing their jobs and failing to provide for their families, online learning and the pressure it places on students and the constant uncertainty… but we forge ahead, we move.
Vusi Nova's Asiphelelanga song would have made a lots of sense this year, so many families with empty chairs at the dinner table
— Nkanyiso Ngqulunga (@Nkanyiso_ngqulu) December 31, 2020
Despite 2020 having been a tumultuous year saying we are grateful would be putting it lightly, it is because of you that iNgudukazi has been such a success, so today we celebrate you the readers, the subscribers! The only thing we know for sure about this year is that WE DON’T KNOW THE COURSE IT’S GOING TO TAKE but we wish you all the best and we hope you gather the strength to navigate your way through it and we’ll be here with you every step of the way with an article to tickle your fancy.
A big thank you to my amazing team here at iNgudukazi, you are amazing writers and I admire the hard work that you all put in to produce top tier articles that have earned us a good reputation. Looking forward to another year of talent and excellence from you.