Whilst this has nothing to do with the EFF prancing around, it does include a snippet about Julius Malema, which usually equates to something amusing.
An Australian teenager has appeared in a new ISIS video swearing to attack the Western leaders after disappearing from his Sydney home back in June.
Our dear president, Jacob Zuma, speaks about the Oscar trial and what he thinks of Judge Masipa, and why it helps to have money in prison.
US president Barack Obama has taken some time to address the US citizens regarding the Ebola outbreak. Here his message here…
Will Zuma’s Nkandla woes be answered when his #bestfriendforever throws a fundraiser for him?
It seems the leading party will side with apartheid government values when it suits them. Jacob Zuma, in particular, has used PW Botha to argue why the Nkandla debacle is above board.
Conspiracy theorists are asking why was a mysterious man holding an umbrella on a clear day next to the car John F. Kennedy was shot in?
I don’t know about you, but your average South African definitely cannot afford to pay for Nkandla on behalf of Zuma… Apparently this guy wants to though…
Would you spot a phony dictator? The people of Hong Kong were put to the test to see how they’d react to a Kim Jong-un impersonator. Very well, surprisingly…
With education levels being a huge problem in South Africa, it’s a wonder school staff don’t take more pride and care in our future generations..
Haha, Zuma, you never cease to amaze me. Have a squizz at how The President thinks he is above the rest of the world and South African law.
Yoh, I would definitely not be a journalist in Syria at the minute – so many rules to follow, and breaking them could possibly end in a beheading.
Something is going down in North Korea-town, as Pyongyang is under lockdown, but one key question is unanswered: where is Kim Jong-un?
These guys have done well for themselves… Our country’s five wealthiest men – they show that hard work does indeed pay off (no pun intended).
Take an in depth, behind the scenes look at what really went on with Zuma and the NIA. I’ll bet Helen Zille has drawn her curtains, made some tea, and is ready for a good read.
Imagine if South Africa could go just ONE day with only good news reported in the papers? It would be marvellous. Too bad the government will never say #ChallengeAccepted.
Hong Kong protest artists have used a clever concept to display motivational messages to the protesters to boost their fight for democratic rights.
A Tory MP is complaining to the new press regulator over a tabloid’s “entrapment” of a minister, who was tricked into sexting an explicit image of himself.
Obama should start walking around in a bullet proof glass case soon – his security agents really are doing a below average job of keeping him safe from crazies…
In a Twitter war that resembled a slow paced tennis match, we got to watch two of our country’s wannabe leaders battle it out for the last word.
The ANCYL is getting all agitated that Woolworths stocks a few products from Israel. But how will we live without mangos and litchis all year round if we don’t get them from Israel?
Islamic State controlled oil refineries in Syria got a wake up call on Wednesday, when the US decided to flatten them. Is this one step closer to ending their terror?
Ah, the government is at it again, wasting precious money on ridiculousness. This time, though, it was not spent on a car or a McMansion, but on Nicki Minaj.
David Cameron is pretty embarrassed after his private discussion with Michael Bloomberg was picked up by TV microphones.