With the release of ‘The Lost Boys of Bird Island’, Magnus Malan’s name is once again being dragged through the mud. Enter Zapiro and his sharp pen.
When Jonathan Shapiro penned ‘the Rape of Lady Justice’ back in 2008, he couldn’t have known just how much controversy was about to ensue.
Two of the world’s most fragile egos came together earlier this week, and it was all handshakes and smiles. Jim and Zapiro weren’t at all impressed.
We know that Zapiro loves to stoke the fire, and you can bet his new cartoon is going to anger those who sympathise with Israel.
Zapiro and Zuma have been duelling for years, with lawsuits and name calling rife, but now it looks like the satirist is having the last laugh.
It looks like this Wednesday might just see Cyril deliver his final blow, but thus far JZ has avoided the knockout. Nothing slips by Zapiro these days.
Earlier this week we showed you Zapiro taking on Zuma and Mbalula, and now he’s focusing on the water crisis the Mother City finds itself in.
We’re all still reeling from the shock events of yesterday’s shuffle, Zuma’s 12th, and today Zapiro has come out swinging. It appears he also touched Fikile on his studio.
I’m not sure if there’s ever been a better time to be a political satirist, so I guess it’s a case of making hay while the sun shines. Let’s meet Gerald Scarfe.
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.
It’s been a rough few weeks for the Donald, his debate performance and subsequent tax return debacle harming his poll numbers. Hit it, Zapiro.
The 2016 version promises to be as feisty as last year’s, and nothing worth talking about escapes the attention of Zapiro these days.
The Guptas are taking a beating in the local media, which means it’s time for Zapiro to sharpen his pen and take aim.
There’s no love lost between JZ and South Africa’s leading satirical cartoonist, but then again our president just keeps delivering the ammunition.
Marius Fransman isn’t backing down after being suspended for sexual harassment, so Zapiro decided to turn him into an evil Pokemon.
It’s everywhere and you can’t avoid it, but that doesn’t mean local satirist Zapiro can’t have some fun with Pokemon Go. Shots fired.
Zapiro isn’t afraid to rock the boat, and we knew he wouldn’t let the Oscar verdict pass without comment, but he’s gone all out with his latest work.
Leave it to Zapiro to put what we’re all thinking into an apt visual representation. Here he takes aim at the great orange buffoon.
Zapiro is no stranger to controversy, but his latest cartoon has caused so much uproar that he feels the need to speak out. Make your own mind up.
He’s never been one to shy away from a little dig here and there, although this time Zapiro has gone to town on Jose Dos Santos.
Zapiro has never been one to shy away from controversy, which is why he is taking the Sports Minister on in a public Twitter battle.
The battle between JZ and Zapiro has been a long-standing battle, but it looks like the cartoonist may be having the last laugh. His best efforts here.
Trust Zapiro to keep things interesting and tell it like it is! Think this is really what Oscar’s observation was like? The main image is clever… but