There were few media organisations in South Africa, and the world, who didn't have their own "Zexit" coverage plan, and after the week that was, the titles have all delivered some stunning coverage of former president Jacob Zuma's demise.
Here are a few of our favourite designs, illustrations and headlines from the week that Zuma resigned from the presidential office.
Our own HuffPost cover, of course, was something we are very proud of. The team worked with talented designer Theuns Kruger from Graphics24 to design a special The End graphic inspired by the iconic Italian cartoon La Linea (in addition to another 'The End' front page graphic featured below).
The Mail & Guardian later in the week published their own The End cover, which we also really liked.
Under new management: This week's M&G is a special edition -We take a look at the Zuma years and the way forward. Plus, could this be the last call at the Saxonwold shebeen? Get the M&G for this and more! pic.twitter.com/kXZKKMjO8y— Mail & Guardian (@mailandguardian) February 15, 2018
The Star also had a poetic title and lead image.
In #TheStarNews today: Going Going Gone, Cabinet changes loom, #Hawks hunt #Duduzane in wake of five arrests, Dead wo(men) walking,— The Star (@TheStar_news) February 15, 2018
MDC's #Tsvangirai succumbs to cancer in SA and more. Get your copy. #ZumaResigns #ZumaHasFallen #Zexit pic.twitter.com/s24Qio0kqH
Beeld's clever "Uit...eindelik!" (literally 'finally' but also, 'Out...the end!') got us right in the jugular.
Newsweek also had a fabulous illustration by creative Sylvia McKeown.
The Sowetan also did a great illustration, capturing the confusion and hope we all felt on the day.
Once again, South African media did not disappoint. What a time to be alive!