Trivia South Africa (Trivia SA) had an extremely successful year. Here's a quick look at our achievements:
Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria holds 51,762 people. Our Trivia SA website was viewed more than 400,000 times in 2014. It would therefore take about 8 sold-out Springbok rugby matches for that many people … Continue Reading ››
Trivia SA is baie trots daarop dat ons vandag, Saterdag 13 Desember 2014, vir die eerste keer in die gedrukte pers verskyn het.
Ons Zuma/Eskom meme het vandag in volkleur op bladsy 12 van die Beeld verskyn, nadat ons toestemming verleen het vir die plasing daarvan.
Die reaksie op … Continue Reading ››
Dis amper die middel van Desember 2014; dit raak rustiger by die werk, en dalk selfs ook by jou huis. In die skielike rustigheid en stilte begin ons terugkyk na die jaar wat was, en nog meer so na die spesiale mense wat was.
Ons mis jou. Ons beste pêl, ons liefste Ma of Pa, sussa, boeta, ouma, … Continue Reading ››
Earlier this year (2014), we were notified that our website was anonymously nominated by one of our subscribers for the prestigious 2014 SA Blog Awards.
We're absolutely over the moon, as we most definitely didn't expect recognition within the first six months since we launched!
The results … Continue Reading ››
We know you love our Trivia SA Facebook page (because you told us so) - and that makes us very happy. However, simply liking our page won't be enough to ensure we keep in touch.
Here's how to make sure we don't disappear from your Facebook Newsfeed:
On this day in South Africa's history:
22 October 1986
General Motors becomes the fourth big US business to pull out of South Africa. It joins Honeywell, IBM and Warner. It was believed the decision was influenced by the US Senate overriding of President Reagan's … Continue Reading ››