George Bush is a proud president, watching Barack Obama leading the United States back into Iraq.
Jacob Zuma’s garden at Nkandla, in which money grows on trees, cost more than R16-million, according to reports.
Just a bit of iFun for the Sunday Times.
It was a tragedy which mustn’t be forgotten during the Oscar verdict today.
I am thrilled to announce the launch of my second book, Comedy Club, which will be in bookstores around the country, from October.
Penguin Books launched my first book, Jerm Warfare, a year ago. But now it’s time to retreat from the war, and to be entertained by some standup comedy from our
Comedy Club is a more focused selection of cartoons, covering a variety of current affairs from the last year. The book’s cover design is gorgeous, and includes blurbs from some of South Africa’s funniest comedians (who are not politicians).
If you’re in Cape Town, then the launch will be at The Book Lounge on the 9th of October, 17h30 for 18h00. Nik Rabinowitz will be the special guest, meaning that you probably won’t get a seat if you arrive late.
Thank you for the support.
UPDATE: For the book launch, please RSVP.
ANOTHER UPDATE: ZANEWS made a great promo video.
How low can the ANC go? Have they reached the bottom?
I also have the same fear as Barack Obama.
Not long after Capitec’s credit rating was downgraded by Moody’s, Capitec’s share price shoots up.
One would think he got the message the first time.
The Independent Electoral Commission’s head, Pansy Tlakula, leaves behind a somewhat loaded legacy.
Looking at people’s photos, without their consent, is not right. The NSA should stop doing it.
Will the president accept Zwelinzima Vavi’s challenge?
One can only hope that etolls will go the same way as Eskom.
The Supreme Court pressed the play button by ruling that Jacob Zuma must release the pause button on the infamous ‘spy tapes’.
Gwede Mantashe isn’t happy about Thuli Madonsela painting the correct picture.