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Memes bring millions of people joy daily; there are hundreds of thousands of pages across various social media platforms dedicated to them; this video featuring South African ones is brilliant.


Johannesburg, South Africa (27 June 2019) – Memes have been around for a while now, but they have yet to get old. What makes them so great is that they are so relatable and downright funny at times.

Even better is when they are South African made. Recently creatives at Dolph made a video listing South African memes A to Z, and it is hilarious seeing so many, old and new, mashed together in one video.

Dolph‘ is a production company based in Linden. They work mostly in advertising but do a lot of online content too. They recently had some quiet time in the office and made the meme video for a laugh. Well, it worked, many South Africans are laughing and loving the video.

You may spot a few of the clips from past stories; A is for Amalgamate from the hilarious Woolworths Water video that went viral earlier this year. Z is for “Zuma must go” grannies who gave it their all during protests in 2017 and went viral for their efforts.

The video really gave us a good chuckle, take a look below and let us know which letter of the South African Meme library is your favourite.

Sources: Dolph Facebook
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