Cape Town – We know what you are doing this week. Well, somehow. (Wink)
Maybe it was a short week, but it certainly was full of great news that South Africans had been spitting on the Internet.
The most popular topic this week was Notre Dame Cathedral on Monday he got 200 000 Google search queries this week in South Africa, according to a statement released by Google Africa.
The second place went down Game of Thrones as the theme of "The Throne Game, Season 8, Episode 1" has been amazing 100 000 search queries on Sunday.
In other searches on Google this week, head of Siyabonga Ngwekazi, AKA Scoop Makhathini, became a virus when he appeared to have gone to Twitter to expose his girlfriend, Akhona Carpede, for being cheated on him. Since then Scoop has come out and said he is not responsible for the annoyance and that his account was hacked. "Scoop Makhathini" has created more than 20 000 search queries on Wednesday.
Fans have generated more than 20 000 search queries for "Sam Smith"On Tuesday before the British super-star in Cape Town at Grand West Casino, Smith finally reduced his performance that night for loud effort.
Search Trend information was collected from data collected by Google based on what South Africans searched for and asked Google. Google handles more than 40,000 search queries every second. That means more than a billion searches per day and 1.2 trillion searches per year worldwide.
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