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.
Pastor Roy Perkins and his wife Trish claim to be good people doing the Lord’s work, but those in the know claim the truth is rather different.
Yesterday saw the killing of more than 50 Palestinian protesters, and there’s a rather sad parallel being drawn with what happened in 1976.
The Imam at a mosque in Durban died after having his throat slit, three men attacking those inside before setting the place on fire.
I know the pair look rather cosy in the picture you’re staring at, but it looks like that relationship has eroded over the years.
When they’re not eating avos and causing the housing market to collapse (jokes, that was the Boomers – thanks guys), some Millennials are also making time to dabble in witchery.
Trump will eventually, when the dust settles, go down as the worst president in American history. These are the kinds of adverts his supporters lapped up.
Angus Buchan is hitting Cape Town this weekend, where he will be hosting a mass prayer meeting to thank God for the rain that is coming to save us from the drought. Apparently.
The Mancoba Seven Angels Ministry grabbed headlines with that police station massacre, and the details of their operations have captured the nation’s attention ever since.
Want to see what a money-hungry cult masquerading as a religion is currently broadcasting? We’re talking about Scientology, and this channel is a blast.
After more than 100 women were rescued from a religious cult in the small Eastern Cape town of Ngcobo, police soon realised the extent of the grooming.
There’s just something about cults that many of us find fascinating, and this story from America’s west coast is jam-packed with the absurd.
We might be terrible at arriving on time, and we’re even worse at committing to that catch up drink, but label our people sinners and Capetonians will strike back.
We have received plenty of feedback after yesterday’s Angus Buchan story went live, but one reader’s response stands head and shoulders above the rest.
Your favourite farming pastor is at it again, this time weighing in on our current water predicament. Turns out we’re all deviants down here in the Cape.
We all know Vlad has no problem taking his shirt off for the cameras, and it was no different when it came celebrating the Christian Orthodox holiday.
A tiny piece of clay, demarcated with figures and inscribed in Hebrew, could assist in proving the Bible’s stories are true once and for all. Apparently.
Pope Francis has a little issue with the Lord’s Prayer, suggesting that the French translation of one line is better than the English one we have been using for years.
I’m a big fan of Sunday being a rest day, but that’s about as far as my religious convictions go. Someone might want to have a word with these churchgoers, though.
One of the Southern Suburb’s most well known churches was shocked to learn of their youth pastor’s child porn obsession. Here’s the latest.
It’s not every day that one gets the chance to see what the battle for Raqqa, a Syran ISIS stronghold, looks like on the ground. This is some brave reporting.
Sometimes people manage to escape the brainwashing and return to society unscathed, but others haven’t been so lucky. Here are five examples from the US.
In the good old days aliens were all about sticking probes where the sun doesn’t shine, but now they are apparently bringing spiritual enlightenment.
Upon his recent visit to Colombia, Pope Francis was involved a bit of an accident and ended up with quite the shiner.