What an incredible month it’s been for South Africa – and we’re only two weeks in!
We've rounded up 10 awe-inspiring reasons to hit you in your feels and proudly celebrate our nation.
Rugby World Cup 2019
The Springboks were crowned Rugby World Cup champions after a victorious win against England with a final score of 32-12.
Cheslin Kolbe and Makazole Mapimpi produced two match-winning tries to clinch the Rugby World Cup for the Springboks.
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Rugby World Cup Tour
Following their RWC win in Japan, the Springboks toured the nation – showing off their Webb Ellis Cup - after arriving home amid much fanfare and excitement.
The Bokke kicked off their tour in Gauteng, and then made their way to Durban, East London, Port Elizabeth before their final stop in the Mother City.
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KFC fast-food giant shared the video on social media and asked South Africans to help find the couple. The video received more than 600,000 views by Friday afternoon.
Many South Africans offered free services for their wedding after watching the viral video.
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Proteas crowned 2019 Africa Netball Cup winners
The South African netball team were crowned the 2019 Africa Netball Cup champions after their 72-53 victory over Zambia.
Proteas came to this game having won five games in a row and were looking to maintain its 100% winning record.
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Chad le Clos sets new world record in Qatar
South African swimmer Chad Le Clos earned himself a new gold medal in the 100-metre Butterfly race at the 12th FINA Swimming World Cup in Doha, Qatar as he set a new world record.
It was the second gold for Le Clos in Doha, after the win in the 200m freestyle on the first day.
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Sho Madjozi finally meets John Cena
As a guest on the Kelly Clarkson Show, South African singer Sho Madjozi revealed to Kelly that she had never met John Cena but she would love to.
While performing her hit "John Cena" and to her huge surprise, the WWE wrestler appeared behind her omes onto the stage with her.
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Trevor Noah's Madison Square show
The Daily Show host Trevor Noah made history over the weekend as the first African comedian to sell out Madison Square Garden.
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Chess prodigy invited to represent SA
Twelve-year-old chess Amahle Zenzile from Crossroads, Cape Town has been invited to represent South Africa at the African Youth Chess Tournament.
The chess prodigy has gone on to win the Western Cape Schools Chess under
11 Girls division and the South African Schools Chess under 13 girls tournament.
A back-a-buddy crowdfunding campaign has been set up to help Amahle get to the tournament in Namibia in December.
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Bonang bags inaugural African influencer award
South Africa media personality Bonang Matheba has been named African Influencer of the Year the 2019 E! People's Choice Awards.
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SA wins gold, breaks records at World Para Athletics Championships
Representing South Africa at the Dubai 2019 World Para Athletics Championships, Arune Weyers (Liebenberg) claimed South Africa's first gold winning the women’s 400m T47 with a record of 55.79.
Special mention to Mpumelelo Mhlongo, a chemical engineering PHD student at UCT who broke his own world record of 11.09 secs in the men’s 100m. Mhlongo earned a silver medal behind German Johannes Floors.
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