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.
Bill Clinton seems mighty proud that his wife is first female nominee of a major U.S. political party, and that made him all kinds of soppy.
Melania Trump made what could be considered her most important public appearance last night – and she messed it up big time.
Bill Gates spoke yesterday on the topic of “Living Together”, at a Nelson Mandela Foundation event during which he pledged a $5 billion investment into Africa.
Donald Trump did exactly what everyone was hoping he wouldn’t, and went in for the kill during a speech on national security.
While a new generation of reality-TV-watching teens have adopted the drawl, it’s nothing new.
Jacob Zuma is so desperate to keep his power that he went to the only people who still support him to regain a bit of popularity.
Maimane got back at the ANC MP’s who referred to him as a sellout by pointing out the one person on their side who sold out most of all.
Taylor Swift got to stand up at her BFF’s wedding to say a little something to the couple in love – and she might as well have written a song about it.
After the EFF left the building last night, leader of the party Julius Malema addressed the media with promises of another kind.
Just incase you missed Zuma’s speech – or you were distracted by the continuous interruptions – here’s the full transcript.
A Muslim man is laying down some real words, addressing Muslim extremists who are wanting to change the way of the west. Caution, there are a lot of F-bombs dropped.
You can trust Tim to bring out the jokes – his latest was throwing shade in a speech for the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s health department.
The gloves are about to come off when Jacob Zuma takes to the podium on February 12 for his SONA address. There will be blood.
Win tickets to something that could make you more than just a millionaire. Nice one…
Emma Watson has grown up right in front of us (well, only if you’re a Harry Potter fan) over the years. Watch here as she is sweet but confusing.
Mark Zuckerberg is now one of the biggest figures in the history of business. These days a speech by Facebook’s CEO fills auditoriums to the brim with tycoons worth millions and billions of dollars. But back in 2005 almost no one pitched up for the speech he gave at Harvard.
On the one hand, this video is absolutely hilarious and should be viewed by every one of us South Africans.
It starts out like any other nerdy convocation speech, then starts to get exciting when the 2001: A Space Odyssey music kicks in. Selby delivered the speech to an audience of around 4,000, and in only two days, it already almost has a million views.
Yesterday, the President Of The United States (POTUS) Barack Obama delivered a speech to a packed Jameson Hall on UCT’s Upper Campus. Check out the full 45 minute speech, above.
Who knew that the word ‘penetration’ could render a rabbi into a laughing fit while delivering a speech in parliament. That was the first time he read the word, the second time Shai Prion could not continue with the rest of the speech and was forced to move back to his seat. At least he wasn’t alone, the entire hall was laughing along with him.
Less than a minute into a speech to mark the month-to-go countdown to the start of the Olympics yesterday, Britain’s prime minister got heckled by a protester. The guy shouted: “Shame on you, David Cameron – you are crippling the poor in London. Shame on you!” Cameron’s response? “Don’t spoil it, sir!”
Every year at Budget Speech time, South Africans get concerned with how much we’ll have to cough up for petrol and beer in the year to come. These are worthy concerns, but there’s much more to the budget says Karin Muller, Head of Growth Market Solutions at Sanlam. For starters, tax changes affect how much […]