Monday, January 27, 2014

Sunday, January 26, 2014

crumbling support base

What comes around, goes around.  Seems like el Supremo Weeno might struggle a bit in the forthcoming elections.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

another black hole

Imagine what else has been hidden from us. Arms deal, spy tapes, now a mystery satellite costing us tax payers over R 1 billion. The ANC is indeed a black hole.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Misdirecting traffic

A R 10 million taxi hire scandal, buses withdrawn from service and only six left to transport people, the never-ending chaos surrounding the Gonubie road construction.... and then there are the POTHOLES !

Thursday, January 16, 2014

downtrodden workers

Poor workers are still downtrodden, this time by their capitalist union bosses who bow down to the demands of the ruling party.  All of a sudden the opposition to causes like the NDP and e-tolls are forgotten. Suckers.

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

taken for a ride

A follow on from yesterday's lead story.  Someone was paid six million rand to transport the local community to various events to commemorate Nelson Mandela's passing. Allegedly this job wasn't put out to tender and the address of the so-called company seems fake. Added to this that three of the four events were ANC party events so why was my (and other ratepayers') money used to cart ANC supporters to a party event? Double fail Buffalo City Council !!

Monday, January 13, 2014

Missing the bus

Buffalo City Metro drops the ball again.  How can our city's public transport survive on only 6 buses? Well, if you are driven in a luxury vehicle paid for by the poor ratepayers, I suppose its just not an issue.  Talk about about going backwards.

Sunday, January 12, 2014

They don't want to hear boo or baa from you!

The paranoid ANC vetted every person attending the launch of their election manifesto in order to prevent a repeat of the booing episode that occured at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela, where Zuma got a less than friendly welcome from parts of the crowd.  With promises of six million "job opportunities" and one million "housing opportunities"and other pie in the sky announcements, I wonder if Jacob Zuma is making a boo boo.

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Over the top

This is one of the cartoons that I think all cartoonists dread. You have just had a few days off, there is not much news (nearly everyone else is still on holiday) and you have to create a cartoon for the new year. Well, it can only get better from here.  2013 was a dreadful year for me. Here's to a fruitful and happy 2014 for us all!

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Hamba Kakuhle

December was dominated by the passing of Nelson Mandela, the statesman responsible for the reconciliation of this country and the demise of the apartheid era.  Revered by all South Africans, his death marked the end of an era in South African politics. The world has lost a great man.