Idiot-in-chief Donald Trump is bad at many things. Unfortunately for everyone who wanted to mourn the tragedy of 9/11 in peace, he’s really bad at that, too.
Kim Jong Un might be a dictator, but he sure knows how to put together an epic propaganda fest in celebration of North Korea’s 70th anniversary.
With Patricia de Lille having resigned as mayor, a number of DA hopefuls have come forward to vie for the mayoral position. Here are the candidates.
Barack Obama finally dropped the niceties and went for Trump’s jugular last week. That angered POTUS, and led to some public insult slinging.
Ayanda Mabulu may have finally gone too far with his latest artwork, depicting Nelson Mandela as a Nazi, saluting in front of a Nazi flag.
Journalist Qaanitah Hunter received a threatening text message from Women’s League secretary general Meokgo Matuba, following the explosive story about Zuma’s Durban meeting.
Last week, the EFF headed to the Smokehouse and Grill restaurant in Braamfontein to put on a show. Will they consider the result a win?
Despite the fact that it’s 2018, Britain, with the help of the US, Israel and Australia, is fighting to keep the Chagos Islands, the last remaining African colony of the old British Empire.
You might expect that the Department of Health’s headquarters in Pretoria would be a healthy place to work. You would be very wrong.
Those in the know say that Boris Johnson has hopes of becoming the British Prime Minister. He might want to keep it in his pants, then.
Donnie took a break from raging on Twitter to rage at a rally in Montana, going after the New York Times and their anonymous sources: Just the one problem.
A Chinese businessman has been deported back to China, after a video was released of him referring to the Kenyan president and all Kenyans as ‘monkeys’.
South Africa is officially in a recession, and that has seen the rand take a battering over the past few days. If you think that won’t affect you, you’re wrong.
The New York Times has published a piece from a senior White House official, showing just how much goes on behind the scenes to prevent disaster.
They’re old sparring buddies, and POTUS is ridiculed daily on Trevor’s show. Out of all the attacks, this might be the most brutal yet.
We now have our first look at what’s inside the covers of ‘Fear: Trump in the White House’. It’s no wonder Donald has been rage tweeting all day.
Ahead of a big game auction this weekend, buyers threatened to boycott Cyril because of his land expropriation plans. That didn’t pan out.
Often referred to as unlikely friends, Michelle Obama and George W. Bush shared a touching moment at John McCain’s memorial service.
With the ANC and the EFF set to join forces to oust Tshwane executive mayor Solly Msimanga, his goose looked cooked. The DA had a secret weapon.
Trump supporters around the world were fuming when a giant Donnie blimp was flown above UK’s Parliament. Now they’re getting their own back.
Theresa May popped past Kenya as part of her trip to Africa, and she is clearly unaffected by the fact that her Gugulethu dance was widely ridiculed.
From the second Theresa May awkwardly twisted a hip, you knew her dancing in Gugulethu earlier this week was going to be mocked.
In an effort to combat the urine-soaked streets of Paris, authorities introduced public urinals for men. It wasn’t long before they were vandalised.
A parody video featuring JZ and Baleka Mbete, with a little Juju cameo, is proving popular across the country. Sometimes all you can do is laugh.
The City of Cape Town are keen to see water restrictions in the Mother City lifted, but that’s not a view shared by the national Department of Water and Sanitation.
If you haven’t had your Vlad fix for the month, here are some pictures of Putin hiking with members of his government in Siberia.
British Prime Minister Theresa May stopped in at a school in Gugulethu to show off her dance moves. Well, ‘show off’ is being kind.
We’ve all had our run-ins with technology, so perhaps you can relate to Donald’s trouble with a speakerphone. Oh, it happened live on TV.
The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture is a depressing reminder of how dirty so many of our top brass have become. Then there’s Mcebisi Jonas.