Is this the cutest or cheesiest voice note ever? And what's fishy with Holomisa

How many nicknames do you have for your girlfriend?

A South African golfer from Durban, Jared Harvey, sent his girlfriend a voice note explaining that he will be a little late.

OMG, from "my bear" to my "bok-bok, baby bear"...sorry we couldn't keep up. 😉

Elsewhere on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, TV anchoring is not that easy and the general Bantu Holomisa has proven this.

During eNCA's As it Happens, the autocue showed the general some flames and Twitter could not let it pass by. Say what about the fish general....

And the White House has jumped on the bandwagon to find out whether its Yanny or Laurel.

Well, all we can say is Donald Trump heard a completely different thing and it's not what everyone is hearing.

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