Wednesday, November 28, 2012

something fishy going on here

The supposedly public broadcaster is continuing to protect the image of the president from disrepute, this time from nefarious fast food vendors. Maybe the president should behave like a leader before he gets chucked out like yesterday's fish and chip wrapper.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Reaping the Rewards

Well, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Tina Joemat-Pettersson obviously didn't join the struggle to be poor. Another comrade caught plundering the cookie jar and will probably just get a slap on the wrist and a pardon. Talking about fishing, the government obviously believes in catch and release!

Monday, November 26, 2012

Clamming up

Still trying to get some answers from behind the walls of secrecy about Nkandlaville. Mrs Public Protector go get him!

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Scary, very scary

The Daily Dispatch has done an expose about the poor conditions at EC public school hostels. Bad food, overcrowding, no security, poor supervision, pit toilets, no running water and, worst of all, NO HOSTELS. Yes, the taxpayer has been paying for over 40 hostels that only exist on paper. What with ghost teachers and ghost pupils, no we have ghost hostels. This is after national government has intervened to help the provincial education department. Failed government = failed generation of kids!

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Pulling the wool over their eyes

Factions trying to influences voting at branch level in the leadup to the ANC elective conference. A scam was uncovered where a guy was going around getting people to sign an attendance register for a meeting they had never been to. These are the people that choose the leaders in my country ! The sheeple keep voting these criminals into power.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

pothole capital of the country

Well, good old Slummies sure has a whole lot going for it - huge potholes and the @$$holes who never fix them.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Sunday, November 18, 2012

ANCestors speak !

The stalwarts of the ANC must really be rolling in their graves at the goings on in party today. I wonder if the President's shenanigans will come back to haunt him ?

Saturday, November 17, 2012

defender of the farce

As they say,respect is earned, not demanded, and can't be legislated either, unless your a fascist dictator. Mr. President, you're a dishonest, bad leader and you'll get all that you deserve, and that doesn't include RESPECT. The nation deserves better.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

party hopping

Looks like our ex-premier, "Barefoot Balindlela" is making another political jump. A political leap of faith as it were. The question is, can a leap frog change its spots?

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Slap in the face

What to do as a city manager or municipal official when you get bust for fraud, corruption, business as usual. a/ Leave before the investigation is finished - charges get dropped. b/ Go to court and win on a technicality - get paid a huge settlement and get released from your post. c/ Resign while suspended and investigations just lapse. Get a job as HOD for the Dept of Housing. Your boss the Premier says: "No court of law has found him guilty of any charge". What a slap in the face for the citizen's of this country.

Monday, November 12, 2012

unhappy holidays

The nanny state is now considering a proposal to remove the Christian holidays Christmas Day and Good Friday from the official calendar. How about we look at such notable and important days such as Human Rights Day (ask the poor and unemployed), youth Day (think of our brilliant education system for a moment, Worker's Day (unemployment again). Trying to fix inequality and redress discrimination, Mr. Zuma? Fix what's broken first!

Sunday, November 11, 2012

On the defensive

Princess Sisulu has been called out about her abuse of luxury plane travel courtesy of the the SA Air Force and our tax money. As usual, she believes the best form of defence is obfuscation and attack. Luckily she's been demoted and must now use ordinary boring old SAA, which, come to think of it, has just been subsidized by our tax money yet again in order to keep it flying.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

sanitized viewing

Just when you thought that the SABC was the national broadcaster - after all your tax money and licence fees pay for it- it seems that they answer only to the ANC. What a crock. No wonder they call it TELL/LIE/VISION.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

breakaway meeting

The meeting apparently didn't even get to happen because they couldn't make a quorum. Then the chairs flew. Luckily the didn't get to TABLE the agenda!

Monday, November 5, 2012

tough race

The world holds its collective breath as the US election race enters its final stretch. As a cartoonist, its fascinating to look at the work of US cartoonists over the past few weeks. There is no other news story (apart from Sandy)and they dissect each and every utterance of the candidates, resulting in some brilliant cartoons. Have a look at

Sunday, November 4, 2012