South Africa’s most controversial artist is at it again, showing his anger towards our politicians with some brutal strokes of the brush.
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.
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.
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.
During the ANC’s media briefing on Wednesday, Gwede Mantashe made a comment on the “real” reason Zuma let Gordhan go. Basically, ego.
The people of South Africa are uniting in an effort to remove their president. To keep up to date, here are all the resources you need to follow along.
Time and time again Jacob Zuma manages to weave his way out of a corner, and we have seen that like never before these past few days. Prepare for the cringe.
Given that no South African president has had the balls to speak out against the atrocities happening in Zimbabwe, it’s no surprise that the comparisons are now in full swing.
Jacob Zuma has had a long and storied history of dastardly deeds, so it’s worth looking back at everything that has led us to this point.
The ANC are prepped and ready to let us know what happened during their National Working Committee meeting, which would have centred around the fate of JZ.
South Africa is gearing up for a show of force on Friday, but behind closed doors last night the ANC made their stance on matters pretty clear.
With every idiotic Facebook rant that makes the news, the angrier many people become. Turns out everyone bickering about racism is good for people like the Guptas.
Everyone knows a junk status rating isn’t a good thing, but how many people really understand the effect it will have on our daily lives going forward?
You may have heard that South Africa signed off on our most expensive deal in history this weekend, so let’s see who is saying what about the nuclear deal.
I’m sure your social media timelines are filled with doom and gloom, which is understandable, but if you only read one angry rant then make it this one.
As you can imagine South Africans are outraged about what’s gone on these past few days, so they’ve taken to the streets to make their voices heard.
Vytjie Mentor has never been shy of dishing the dirt on Zuma and his cronies, and her latest post on the cabinet reshuffle is a whole different take on the matter.
Given the unprecedented nature of what has occurred these past 24 hours, even during JZ’s reign of terror, it’s no wonder politicians are flabbergasted.
From the minister himself to the Gupta-owned news channel ANN7, HuffPost lays down five of the factors influencing Gordhan’s fate at the moment.
Leave it to Zapiro to hit the nail on the head, his latest cartoon basically summing up what awaits Pravin when he touches down on home soil.
By now you will know that Zuma’s decision to recall Pravin and his deputy doesn’t bode well, but the full extent of what could be on the cards is truly frightening.
Uh, oh, we’re in trouble. Just as we were taking slow steps to increase the rand’s worth against the dollar, Zuma just had to intervene.
Siyasanga Mbambani was suspended over the weekend, and the allegations against her include flirting and exposing herself in front of Jacob Zuma.
Despite a ruling by the Press Ombudsman ordering a front page apology, the team over at M & G are sticking to their guns and giving JZ the middle finger,
In years to come we may look back at yesterday as a landmark day in ridding the country of some criminally bad leadership, so let’s pick apart the bones.