Top 10 Google searches in South Africa in 2019

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Top 10 Google searches: South Africa has released the top searches in the country for 2019.

Trending searches showed South Africa’s interest in load-shedding, Black Friday, local celebrities, and news and events, with nine of the top 10 trending search terms being related to local matters.

Below are some of the top trending searches in South Africa for 2019.

1. Load shedding

Read more on Eskom: No end to load shedding crisis

2. Election results

The ANC claimed 57.5% of the count. This was followed by the DA with 20.8% of the vote and the EFF with 10.8% of the vote.

3. Thanos

Avengers Endgame saw all the heroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe coming together to defeat Thanos and his armies.

4. IEC

The Electoral Commission of South Africa is South Africa’s election management body, an independent organisation established under chapter nine of the Constitution.

5. Fiona Viotti

Teacher Fiona Viotti resigned from a elite private school after it emerged she had sexual contact with some of the pupils at the school. An internal investigation by Bishops revealed at least five boys were involved.

6. Black Friday Specials

Customers flocked to stores for Black Friday deals.

7. Gavin Watson

A private pathology report has reportedly revealed that former Bosasa boss Gavin Watson was already dead before he crashed his company car into a concrete pillar at the OR Tambo International Airport on August 26.

8. Mark Batchelor

Former Bafana Bafana player Marc Batchelor, gunned down and killed in Olivedale, Gauteng.

9. Teacher’s Day

10. Hoërskoel Driehoek

Parents and pupils at Hoërskool Driehoek in Vanderbijlpark were beside themselves with shock  when a massive concrete walkway slab collapsed. Four learners lost their lives and more than 20 others were injured.

Photo’s posted by schools on Facebook to show their support after the tragic incident at Hoërskool Driehoek in Vanderbijlpark.

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