Cassper Nyovest, Zuma, the Khoisan: Here’s what you watched this year

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From Life Esidimeni to the funeral of ANC stalwart Ahmed Kathrada, these were some of the most watched videos that City Press produced this year. From the City Press YouTube playlist:

Late start to #ANC54 as President Jacob Zuma declares conference open

The Khoisan men, who walked over 1400 km from Port Elizabeth to the Union Buildings in Pretoria were finally met by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Christmas Eve. These were the four demands that they had for Zuma. 

Cassper Nyovest spoke about the #FillUpFNB dream and also gave insight on the cost implication that came with filling up the biggest stadium in South Africa. The rapper also explained why he rejected the offer to allow his rival AKA to perform alongside him.

Zodwa Wabantu made the Feather Awards unforgettable

#RoadToNasrec: Would the ANC NEC recall President Jacob Zuma? Our resident political analysts, Editor-in-chief Mondli Makhanya and politics editor Rapule Tabane shared their thoughts with assistant editor Nicki Gules. 

Cabinet reshuffle: Malema’s view

Manana and Mugabe: 5 similarities

Newtown evictees accuse Red Ants of theft & sexual assault

#NationalDayofAction protest

Anti-Zuma march not the last

What does junk status mean for South Africans?

Mama Winnie watches musical she inspired

What to do after the Cabinet reshuffle

5 highlights from Kathrada funeral

Life Esidimeni: Precious angels’ hell on earth

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