Towards the end of June local satire guys ZANEWS dropped their teaser trailers for Game of Cronies and Guardians of the ANC (HERE), and much like the real thing the wait is now over.
Spoiler alert – if you’re not able to laugh at South African politics (a necessary survival skill these days) then these probably aren’t for you.
You don’t have to know much about Game of Thrones either to make sense of it all, which is a plus for those who haven’t become all wrapped up in affairs over at Mordor.
GoT fans will remember Hodor’s origin story, this is the story of Mmusi struggling to make a name for himself, and shake off the DA’s past. But can he find his own way, or will the white walkers drag him down?
And Episode Two:
In this week’s episode of Game of Cronies, House Luthuli is laughing off the threat of the opposition, Thabo ‘Maester’ Mbeki is writing a letter and so on and so forth and stuff like that, and the Red Army is rising!
If that hits a little too close to home, how about we enjoy a good laugh at the expense of those across the pond in America?
Sure, I’m in:
House of Cards’ is about a conniving, heartless politician who will do anything to gain power – which for some reason made us think of Donald Trump.
And so, Puppet Nation is proud to present ‘House of Discards’, the story of Steve Bannon, the man who thought that he had made the President, and so was made for life…but maybe things don’t quite turn out his way.
Not starring Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, and Kellyanne Conway, and with absolutely no cameo by Vladimir Putin.
[imagesource:here] New World Wealth has published its latest report, revealing the weal...
With all the focus on Solana and Cardano, it’s funny how no one is speaking about the fo...
[imagesource: Searchlight Pictures] Fridays are for finishing work early. My condole...
[imagesource: Twitter / The LeftBacks] If you grew up spending a decent amount of time ...
[imagesource: YouTube / Ady Short] In South Africa, and especially in Cape Town, motori...