Top South African magazines on Twitter

MediaSlut used to compile this list, but hasn’t done one recently, and since I was gasping to find out where Kick Off is in the top 20 these days, I decided to pull it together myself.

And I may as well get some hits on my blog, such as it is, after all that work. So here it is:

Top South African Twitter accounts

As a comparison, here’s a list I made in June 2011:

Best South African Twitter accounts

For the life of me I can’t remember why I left off number 10. Probably this was all the accounts above 5 500. I doubt I had evil intentions.

I was really surprised when I looked back at how few followers Kick Off had back then: a measly 5,896. In less than a year, that’s more than 10,000 new followers.

However, despite the fact that KO has jumped from eighth to sixth (hooray), the accounts above are growing just as fast. But we’ll catch them. It’s the end of the PSL season, and then the transfer window starts, so Kick Off should be flying for the next few months.

I followed MediaSlut’s lead when it comes to which accounts to include on the list, but I’m pretty sure nobody got left out. Feel free to let me know if you feel your magazine should have been included.

Author: ProjectJennifer

Project Jennifer was one of the most complex, expensive, and secretive intelligence operations of the Cold War at a cost of about $800 million ($3.6 billion in 2012 dollars).

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