The second Twitter fact-checked a Trump tweet about voting by mail, you knew a meltdown was imminent.
As we get ready to vote in May, let’s take a look at what the 2014 results might say about the outcome of the 2019 elections.
With political tensions at an all-time high, polls reveal that the youth of South Africa will be making some interesting choices in the upcoming elections.
Navigating the second hand car industry can be a nightmare, which is why this award has been a long time coming. Time to separate the winners from the also-rans.
If you look at the very close results of the Scottish referendum last week, you would think this man mad to take a gamble. Yet he did. Is his wife happy with him now?
This is beyond genius. This is next-level marketing. And we totally love it. How do you make a mockery out of the election posters that constantly nag us to show support for individual political parties and not do much else with our lives during the week ahead? You tell the population to live their lives […]
Here we go again. Just when you thought that taking a selfie was starting to become a little less fun than when this recreational activity was first conceived by a bored human spending way too much time on their mobile cellular device, the selfie made a come back! The latest trend world-wide in the selfie-related […]
The 2014 General Election date has been announced by the South African presidency. Voter registration closes this weekend. Will you give yourself the opportunity to vote? May 7 2014. That’s the date. It’s a Wednesday. If you aren’t registered to vote yet, cancel everything you’re doing this weekend – it’ll be your last chance. CLICK […]
In another instance of sheep-like behavior, research shows that a banner message on Facebook showing users’ friends who voted drove a third of a million more voters to the poll booths in the 2010 US elections. It’s not simply people responding to a message, but rather seeing their friends had voted, that they then followed suit.
May 18 is coming up, which is a relief given that by that date South Africans will have endured 11 days of unbroken work without a public holiday. When is the ANC going to realize that if they want to keep the 25% unemployed happy, we need more holidays, not fewer. How are these people that have been failed so spectacularly by the government supposed to feel part of society when the rest of us are out working?