The moment AMCU ends its strike, NUMSA begins its strike.
UPDATE: Sunday World‘s Mangena drew an almost identical cartoon on the same day.
How much longer will those legs stand?
South Africa’s credit rating has been downgraded, largely due to strikes in the mining sector.
With no agreement between the mine bosses and unions, a recession looms.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene is overcome by the government’s heavy budget deficit.
With rising inflation, Gill Marcus is also in a bit of a hole.
Keep your good ideas to yourself.
Because this is how the government works. It emits waste.
Here we go again.
My wifi prediction.
Eskom’s CEO isn’t the brightest of sparks.
From the business section of today’s Sunday Times, my cartoon revolves around a story that no one really cares about.
In a nutshell, Bidvest (Brian Joffe) won a long shareholder battle against Adcock Ingram (Jonathan Louw). As a result, Adcock’s CEO (Jonathan Louw) resigned.
Adcock Ingram makes drugs like Panado.
Because it’s the truth.
Eskom’s business model is top notch.