This is what you can expect in City Press #Trending this week.
Our food fundi Anna Trapido looks back on some culinary trends and shares insights on what to look out for in the new year.
2019 sex trends
The year 2019 has been an excellent one for sexual health. From all the questions sent in by readers over the months, Jade Zwane shares sex trends she noticed this year.
Best and worst in music
The #Trending team looks back on 2019’s highest and lowest moments in music.
Memes we loved
In the midst of all the disappointments we have to deal with as a nation, there is a glimmer of hope, like the memes that made our year a little more bearable.
Black womxn in art
Find out who the womxn are growing movement of creatives intent on expanding womxn’s freedom of expression are.
In memory of our lost legends
We bow our heads in silence and remember fondly the greats who have departed, and also appreciate their contributions to the country’s arts and culture.
End of an era
#Trending team takes a look back at key cultural moments that have come to an end.
The pouncing cat: our favourite dance crazy
For many of us who struggled with ivosho and never bothered with idibala, the pouncing cat isn’t as wild a sport and promises to offer basics some room to shine.
The unfortunate rise of Moja Love
For a channel meant to celebrate love, there’s a lot to hate about it. Find out why Rhofiwa Maneta believes it is the worst thing to have happened this year.
Wackest verse ever
Find out who will get this spot.
Scammer of the year
As proud as we might’ve been to hear the news that one of our local choirs was killing it abroad, Phumlani S Langa didn’t quite get the hype.