We are finally going to find out what these secret national key points are. It’s good for everyone, except video jock Sizwe Dhlomo, who thinks he is a national key point.
We have world-class bigots. We have people who are so hateful their dogs have to stop them barking at black people.
There you have it. Oscar will probably be out of jail before his next cellphone upgrade. In fact, he might already be out.
Mark Shuttleworth sued the government to pay him back the R250 million it taxed him when he emigrated.
One would think that your career would be over if you were a prophet who failed to predict the death of scores of people in a building you own.
Deputy Defence Minister Kebby Maphatsoe allegedly said Thuli Madonsela was working for the CIA to undermine the ANC, which begs the question: Why does he think the guy with 700 charges against him and a fire pool isn’t?
These days, if you aren’t obnoxiously absurd you simply won’t get any attention. How does the SABC fire actors who have passed matric but keep a chief operating officer who doesn’t? And we all saw team Juju shouting “pay back the money”.
Blackface is a huge problem in South Africa: Conrad Koch has me, Leon Schuster has Mama Jack and Lonmin has Cyril Ramaphosa.
I wish Parliament had bought the Kyalami race track when it was sold the other day.
When Steve Hofmeyr sang Die Stem in Australia, South Africans were relieved. If he’d sung one of his own classic tracks, the world would truly have judged us.
In South Africa, the fastest way to get your own TV channel is not by curing HIV/Aids or saving babies, or even being a talented talk show host, it’s by “accidentally” killing a white woman.
Yes, the man with the fire pool is back, and Cape Town was on lockdown for his address.
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- RT @ms_thembid: The anticipation is growing as Rolene is minutes away from walking through the arrival doors #WelcomHomeRolene 3 hours ago
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I run because I run, and lately it feels like I’ve been running for my life.
Ordinary people are adversely affected by load shedding, and there may well be disastrous consequences for jobs, livelihoods and our sinking economy.
We hear it all the time, especially during the festive season. Many of South Africa’s taxis are death traps.