Zuma has a heart condition. Obama saving bees from extinction. W.Cup fans not sleeping in hotels. Dov Charney ousted. MH370 investigators name chief suspect. Google balloon causes panic. They found those helicopter-escape prisoners. Prince Harry has been bending it.
If you were wondering whether the government’s “modest” R100 million spending on luxury cars was necessary – it definitely wasn’t.
South Africa is not slim on sex scandals, and here are 11 that made a massive impact…
Anyone in their thirties will remember the hours and hours spent playing Donkey Kong as a child, with a gorilla throwing barrels as your man tries to rescue a damsel in distress. This one is slightly different.
Okay – so President Zuma has now officially entered himself into the ‘unofficial’ competition known as , ” World Leader Most Capable Of Insulting The Population’s Intelligence” . This guy really doesn’t get it, does he? The media has been awash with non-stop criticism about the obscene amount of money being thrown into Zuma’s Nkandla [...]
It’s been nearly 20 years to the day since the ANC released their 1994 national election list. Though some of the members on the list are now deceased, the ones that survive help give us an indication of how Zuma is perceived by the ANC big fish.
ANC members at the ANC Manifesto launch made sure they injected more than just money into the local community. It is reported that the local sex worker fraternity made an absolute killing plying their trade, including some ‘quickies’ in luxury vehicles..
Speaking at the ANC’s 102nd birthday celebrations at KaNyamazane near Nelspruit, Jacob urged the crowed to vote for the ANC, in order to allow the party to change unspecified aspects of the country’s constitution.
51% of ANC want Zuma gone. Top Pistorius cop quits. Attack on popular Cape Town trail. Another country lands on the moon. Fake interpreter part of necklace murder. Google makes massive purchase. Cressida gets unprecedented invite. Beyonce shatters records.
Less than a week after the death of Nelson Mandela, Jacob Zuma has signed into law the Protection Of State Information Bill. Zuma would have inked the paper mere metres from the body of late President Nelson Mandela, who lies in state at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.
Booing Zuma: Is this the turning point? Obama / Castro handshake shock. Murdoch’s paper runs secret insult. Twitter takes on Snapchat threat. New York’s new free wi-fi zone will cover nearly 100 blocks. Pussy Riot could be freed. Guess what Bieber did this time..
2013 has been the year of online petitions. Whether they have any effect besides voicing the displeasure, is up for debate. Nevertheless, what may well be the last viral South African petition of 2013 is currently in blossom, and it’s calling for Parliament to impeach Jacob Zuma. The petition calls for the impeachment of Zuma [...]
DA calls for Zuma impeachment. Taxis get free e-Tolll. Apple signs world’s largest carrier. Obama is not allowed an iPhone. Most silent films have disintegrated. Ron Burgundy gets his own Scotch. 2 million Facebook passwords dumped online.
The government security cluster has advised members of the media and the public that publishing pictures of Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla homestead could lead to arrest. Thus far the reply has been a resounding “bring it on”. We’d like to add our voice to that chorus.
For those of you who missed this little newspaper snippet, which has been doing the rounds on email, here it is. It simply simplifies all of Zuma’s antics into an itemised list of incredible facts.
In an affadavit first published by the Beeld newspaper this week, Lieutenant Colonel Christine Anderson stated that she had facilitated the landing of a plane at Waterkloof Air Base transporting wedding guests from India to a Gupta family wedding in the North West province on instructions apparently from Zuma himself. Anderson’s statement makes it clear that Bruce [...]
President Jacob Zuma addressed a group of journalism students from the Tshwane University of Technology yesterday. He told them that when he leaves South Africa people always have such great things to say about how well the country is doing, but when he is in South Africa the reporting concentrates on the ‘opposite of positive.’
The Daily Maverick have come up with some ideas for future programming on Gupta founded ANN7. In this hilarious article they outline their exciting plans for the network ANN7 take note, there is some broadcasting gold here.
Deshnee Subramany and Mmanaledi Mataboge from Mail & Guardian discuss a former ANN7 editor who says he fears for his life. They discuss allegations of political interference at ANN7, threats against staff and secret meetings between Jacob Zuma and Atul Gupta.
Guess who plays the next Batman? Gupta TV clips go viral. UN sending official to Syria. Drug mules might be jailed 3 years before trial. Baby spontaneously combusts. Custom bicycle hits 128 km/h. Zuma to appeal spy tapes order.
Chantal Rutter Dros, famous for her work on eNews and Carte Blanche, will be the face of the primetime news on ANN7, the new 24-hour news channel on DStv. ANN7 is backed by the powerful and politically connected Gupta family, and has Jacob Zuma’s son, Duduzane, as an investor.
World’s richest self-made woman dies. Police probe new Diana murder claim. Hacker breaks into Zuckerberg’s timeline. They’ve approved oil drilling in the Amazon rainforest. CIA comes clean about Area 51. Stuntman blames internet for fellow-stuntman’s death.
Lolly Jackson alleged killer will be extradited back to SA. Zuma visits poor whites. Looks like Liam Gallagher has a lovechild. Results of Shuttleworth’s exchange control change bid. Mob-boss witness found dead. Jay-Z has dropped the hyphen..
Zuma does not need to explain cabinet reshuffle. 83% of SA don’t trust the cops. Tour de France cyclist gets urine thrown at him. Kid plays with dad’s smartphone, buys car. Judge rules against Apple over eBook price fixing.