South Africa’s most controversial artist is at it again, showing his anger towards our politicians with some brutal strokes of the brush.
Here at home we have the Numbers gang, who are not to be messed with, but over in the US the MS-13 gang are in the headlines for their brutality.
Whilst our recent protests remained largely peaceful, over in Venezuela all hell is breaking loose. These images show just how dire the situation has become.
Over the past month or so we have seen Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma return home amidst much fanfare, but the sharp-tongued Richard Poplak is not a fan. Not at all.
If you think you’ve seen crazy Hlaudi before then think again, because yesterday blew anything we’ve previously seen right out of the water.
North Korea and their little man up top love showing off the country’s military might, and they weren’t messing around with this very hectic video.
There’s a good chance you don’t know that we all have a direct line to our members of parliament. Yes, that includes a cell number and direct email address.
The ANC seem to be making a habit of disrupting political meetings up in Jozi, suffering from a severe case of sour grapes. The latest violent incident here.
You might not have heard of Edna Molewa before, but if you’re all concerned with conservation some of her recent decisions might be a little upsetting.
The City has proposed a statue to honour Madiba’s historic Cape Town speech, but some aren’t happy with the plans.
It’s been some time since Jacob and Julius shared a hearty chuckle together, and their falling is out is the subject of a new doccie.
Cyril’s name has often been punted as a potential JZ successor, but the events of the past few weeks may have ended his hopes.
Everyone thinks they can do a decent Donald impersonation, but this chap in Washington deserves special mention.
Over in France things are heating up in the world of politics, and the upcoming elections could usher in a new EU era.
The annual Easter Egg Roll at the White House took place yesterday and, of course, the Internet was watching.
The Donald showed he means business when he launched a 59-missile attack on Syria, but where does this chocolate cake business come from?
Melania Trump hit back at The Daily Mail for publishing a defamatory article and, well, the law was on her side.
While masses of people gathered in Pretoria to demand Jacob Zuma step down, thousands of his supporters gathered in Soweto to wish him a happy, happy 75th. He had some words for them.
Google Maps has saved my bacon on more than a few occasions, but it isn’t usually the place I go for a chuckle. Looks like everyone is over JZ.
You might have heard about ANC supporters attacking a DA supporter outside Luthuli House last week, but today everyone seems to be getting along just fine.
The City of Cape Town is looking to cover some additional costs, and it’s the people who will have to make up the difference.
An American governor went to extreme lengths to cover up an affair he was having with one of his staffers, and the scandal is just so damn juicy.
Much like every single seven-day period of Donald Trump’s presidency, it’s been one hell of a week. Enter Sean Spicer to put the cherry on top.
Friday saw a pretty peaceful march to Parliament here in Cape Town, but it was a different story for one man caught in the crossfire in Jozi.
While the majority of the country lives in abject poverty, Kim and his mates seem to have plenty of money to throw around. So how exactly do they pay the bills?
It’s not often you see a piece of political PR that is so laughable you actually have to stifle a chuckle, so please enjoy Berlusconi and the lambs.
As South Africans around the country took to the streets to voice their discontent at Zuma and his recent antics, others claimed to be delighted with the downgrade.
If the last few weeks have taught us anything, it’s that Zuma and his cronies are becoming increasingly desperate. This weekend was another great example.