Sunday, June 24, 2012


Just goes to show that the Eastern Cape is the sickest province in SA. Like sticking a plaster on a gaping wound. Taking two tablets and call me in three years time.

Thursday, June 14, 2012

They're Aliiiive

Just when one problem seems to be laid to rest, another seems to get a second life and comes to bite the ANC's butt. We all thought COPE was dead and buried. Now let's wait for the second coming of Juju as soon as you can say Mangaung.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

In the stew

Many of the African national football teams have animal nicknames. It just struck me that this places our "boys" in a precarious position in the food chain. Its a jungle out there.

Monday, June 11, 2012

Make a deal

First Selebi, now Cele and Mdluli, how many more criminally minded cops are there? Actually, I'd rather not know. Of course we know our erstwhile president is sure to make another dodgy political appointment. As they say, "A looting continua".

Friday, June 8, 2012

Speak to the hand

Quiet diplomacy its not! Why does our beloved president keep quiet on important issues that the public needs to know about? Could it be that he's got something to hide or that he doesn't want to implicate his political buddies? Someone should investigate - what about police detectives or state security ? hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

dark continent

As winter closes in, the gloomy prospect of power outages loom on the horizon. All we have to depend on are faulty political connections in the city council !

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Oh Bafana

Well, Pitso didn't last long. His own goal with the Afcon qualifiers certainly didn't help. Seriously though, he'll certainly have a soft landing. Depending on which source you read, he gets a payout of between 3 and 20 million rand. It seems to be the South African way, make a total stuff up of your job and they pay you just to get rid of you!

Monday, June 4, 2012

Slippery catch

Devious tricks, cans of worms and off the hook are some of the phrases that come to mind as the SAPS tries to land Richard Mdluli, the top cop who has been suspended twice but has dodgy political backing that allows him to swim free every time.