Mmusi Maimane has survived his first week as leader of the Democratic Alliance and we can only hope the signs of his surviving these first few days mean good things to come for SA.
There’s a time and a place, so they say, and some of the comments flying around the South African political landscape these days would be better suited for the playground.
We were surprised to hear that some people don’t know Mmusi’s wife is white. We’re also bemused that it’s even an issue – is the DA not the face of the new South Africa?
Yesterday’s announcement of Mmusi Maimane as the new leader of the DA may not have been a surprise, but that didn’t stop people celebrating wildly when the news was made official.
The Department of Trade and Industry yesterday announced a few tweaks to BEE policies. This could have some far-reaching effects for local businesses.
There are few politicians in this country as active on social media as Fikile Mbalula. When he isn’t blowing his own trumpet he tweets out gems such as these.
It takes a brave man to battle Mmusi Maimane live on TV, but it seems Wilmot James is up to the task. This should be somewhat interesting.
It seems the man who blew the whistle on alleged EFF misuse of funds fears Juju is after him. Not the kind of guy you want to make enemies with, right?
You know when people ask who your ideal three dinner guests would be? Well, you can’t really go wrong with the much-loved Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
There are a lot of race/religion/culture issues that Planet Earth is dealing with at the minute, so the timing on this might be a little off…
He has been in great demand following the success of the ‘Rhodes Must Fall’ campaign, but this is not the first time Chumani Maxwele has gained political attention.
It seems the EFF land redistribution process in Ballito is mutually beneficial, as those wanting to claim land had to first fill out EFF membership forms.
Hillary Clinton announced yesterday that she has put her name forward for the 2016 US presidency. See the her video and the logo-haters here.
Rousing words indeed from Sizwe Mabizela, the Rhodes University vice-chancellor. Perhaps not so much if you happen to be a politician in our country, however.
Robert Mugabe, I have no words for you right now other than please pack your bags and go back to your high-walled home in Zim.
You can take our freedom, but you will never take….our statues. People are going to extreme measures to protect certain monuments these days.
Looks like Uncle Bob is trying something new fashion-wise these days. Here’s his latest style during his official state visit to our shores.
Here’s another open letter that’s doing the rounds and is certainly worth a read. This guy has some interesting words of wisdom for el Presidente.
Just when you thought you had heard it all regarding statues someone pops a bronze JZ on top of Lion’s Head. Some were impressed, some were certainly not.