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WATCH: Tinder, Technology And Dating In 2017: Singles Spill The Beans

Today is World Singles' Day. HuffPost SA spoke to a few single South Africans about the joys and complexities of dating in 2017.

11/11/2017 08:38 SAST | Updated 11/11/2017 08:52 SAST

In protest to Valentine's Day, a group of university students in China declared the 11th of November as World Single's Day -- to celebrate being single. This was in 1993.

Today, single parties and massive shopping sprees for single people mark the day the world over.

HuffPost SA spoke to a few single South Africans to get their thoughts on dating in 2017 -- its complexities and its joys.