Madam & Eve, the Stephen Francis and Rico Schacherl creation, has become a staple in households around the country, usually on the coffee table or in the loo.
You know, before everyone took their phones with them, and spent their toilet breaks swiping through Tinder and stalking exes on Facebook.
The last time we heard from Madam & Eve, they were giving Eskom a hard time, as was the rest of the country.
Let’s take a moment to imagine the panic that awaits when load shedding returns, and we’re stuck trying to figure out both the load shedding stages and the alert levels related to COVID-19 lockdown measures.
Thoughts and prayers.
Anyway, here’s the latest Madam & Eve cartoon on the Daily Maverick, dubbed ‘The 12 Days of Corona’.
I recommend humming the tune to ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’ while reading it:
Congrats on making it to day 29 of lockdown. The battle is far from over.
The last panel refers to the fact that President Ramaphosa has authorised the deployment of an additional 73 180 members of the SA National Defence Force (SANDF), which he touched on during his address last night.
Thankfully for smokers, cigarette sales will be allowed from May 1, when we are downgraded to alert level 4.
No, alcohol cannot be sold while we’re at alert level 4 – that has been made clear.
Mother Anderson above isn’t the only person freaking out about the liquor cabinet running dry.
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