If you ever wondered why there aren’t more people speaking out in North Korea then this is for you. Kim Jong-Un doesn’t mind mixing things up.
Miss Katy Perry performed at the Brit Awards last night, and even though she isn’t exactly British, she had something to say about Theresa May and Donny D.
Once a year our members of parliament are forced to declare any gifts they’ve received, as well as new business interests, and they make for an entertaining read.
Today sees Pravin Gordhan deliver his budget speech for 2017, and there are a number of pressing issues that he needs to address. Good luck, mate.
Yesterday saw Trump finally speak out about the threats of violence against the American Jewish community, but there’s something about it that sounds hollow.
One’s running kit is often more about function than fashion, but that hasn’t stopped Britain’s Foreign Secretary from making a statement.
Uncle Bob celebrated his 93rd birthday yesterday, and of course no expenses were spared to make sure the evil dictator had himself a jolly old time.
Thankfully we can often rely on the Constitution to keep our government in check, their latest ruling on the International Criminal Court withdrawal a prime example.
The name Milo Yiannopoulos has been floating around for a while – but this weekend, the Conservatives had enough of him and serious shots were fired.
A new political party registered with the Independent Electoral Commission will contest the next national elections, and it’s easy to see what inspired them.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has just suffered another slap in the face, one of our laziest ministers rewarding himself and his deputy with big bucks purchases.
It seems that many within the ANC ranks are happy to keep silent while Jacob Zuma runs riot, but one lifelong member has had all he can handle.
The murder of Kim Jong-Nam continues to play out like a James Bond film, and now a newspaper claims to have a picture of his final moments alive.
Donald Trump took ownership of ‘the Winter White House’ back in 1985, and there’s one painting on the wall that warrants a closer look.
I know Donald says and does something crazy each and every day, but his press conference last night will go down as perhaps his most outlandish performance yet.
It’s time for JZ to face the music. You can bet some peeps will be keen to cut him down to size.
This is just not a good month for the folks at Eskom, one report after another coming to light with damning evidence of widespread criminal activity.
Pretty much every European country has a go with this one, so why not the superpower that is Malta? To be fair, it’s not a bad effort.
There was no doubting that once Mmusi had his chance to speak at the SONA debate he wouldn’t hold back, and target number one is no surprise.
Earlier this week Rob Davies met with the new French Ambassador to South Africa, Christophe Farnaud. A picture tells a thousand words.
He hasn’t earned the nickname of the Orange Menace for nothing, but recently a breeze showed us just how much he is taking that to heart.
It wouldn’t be a SONA debate without a battle of one sort or other, with yesterday seeing some name-calling and petulance of the highest order.
When you consider how underfunded many of South Africa’s basic services remain, it’s tough not to become a little worked up when you read about this nonsense.
Dear John has had a few months off to take stock of what’s happening over in the U.S., and much was expected from his first show back. Don’t worry, he delivered.
Julius, Mmusi and the rest of the infuriated opposition are set to debate what occurred during Zuma’s SONA address last week. I’m pretty sure they won’t play nice.