There is a factual error in this cartoon. The Chinese president depicted here is Hu Jintao. He left office during November (a month before I drew this cartoon). Xi Jinping, the new president, had already assumed office.
My editor pulled this cartoon because she felt that it, well, is a bit crass. And it probably is. But the point it makes is a bit crass, if one thinks about it.
Our taxes fund the road infrastructure. Etolling is, therefore, a double tax.
Do you still believe in him?
A Metro FM interview, with some journalists who are critical of the ANC, was cancelled at (literally) the last minute because SABC felt that representatives of the ANC should have been present in order to add “balance”.
The first version was rejected because it unintentionally mocked Zulu culture and not just the president alone.
This is what happens when the state forces pupils to learn a language not of their choosing. This is what happened when the state forced pupils to learn a language not of their choosing.
This cartoon is about the Protection Of State Information Bill.
Or maybe it isn’t.
I’m not really allowed to say. It’s a secret.
While drawing this cartoon, it suddenly occurred to me that no mainstream editor would run it. So, I signed and left it unfinished.