I like un-news, stepping on crunchy leaves and pushing buttons.
Angie Motshekga, in a rare moment of honesty, has admitted that the South African government has lost control of teacher and school principal appointments to the unions.
Scores of protesters pitched up as part of the National #ZumaMustFall movement reached a climax earlier this morning; here are some scenes from this morning’s Cape Town protests.
After just 30 minutes of deliberation, a London court has cleared a 46 year-old Saudi millionaire of raping an 18 year-old girl.
Recent Ipsos survey has found that the embattled Eskom enjoys more trust nationally than the one and only Jacob Zuma.
Yup, there are folks out there who actually believe that solar panels are draining the sun of its energy and as such have decided that their town won’t host such devilry.
Malema is convinced that Zuma will fall from office, but maintains that it will be the work of the black majority and not a “hashtag or white capitalists.”
Industry and community leaders from across the country have lashed out at Jacob Zuma’s lack of direction and ‘style’ of governing, following the redeployment of Nhlanhla Nene and the chaos that followed.
Our ex finance minister Pravin Gordhan has replaced Nhlanhla Nene’s replacement just days after David van Rooyen replaced him; wait… what?
Sheesh! So the head of the SABC’s radio department allegedly told all DJ’s working at the state-owned broadcaster not to mention #ZumaMustFall on air or they’ll be shown the door.
An online petition calling for the removal of Jacob Zuma has been getting insane amounts of support from folks all over and is showing no signs of slowing.
While our own president is causing a world of kak back home, it’s good to see other heads of state inspire their people and lead by example.
David van Rooyen’s list of business interests reads like a smorgasbord of potential conflict of interest; then again, he was appointed by the one and only Jacob Zuma.
Ok so it’s no secret that the president yesterday got rid of a pretty decent finance minister and, in a spectacular display of cadre deployment, put a yes man in his place.
Oh dear; perhaps el presidente should spend a little more time brushing up on his geography and a little less time sabotaging the South African economy.
If you’re a dad then your blood is no doubt boiling already, but have a look anyway; would you be able to keep your cool on camera for some of these?
South Africa and the world’s largest per volume brewery is the latest find itself in the EFF’s firing line, with Absa already set to be ‘occupied’ by the party’s ‘special team’ in 2016 for it’s ‘historical connections to the broederbond’.
Despite growing up in Khayelitsha’s J-section, with only their mother’s income as a domestic worker to support them, these kids proved that a a lot of hard work goes a very long way.
The Blade-runner has evaded prison until next year, so he’ll remain under house arrest for the time being.
Local minibus taxis are finally stepping into the 21st century with a new cashless payment system being piloted in Pietermaritzburg.
It’s the end of the parliamentary year and the ANC’s caucus had some harsh words for its opposition in parliament.
King Goodwill Zwelithini has a habit of putting his foot in it and this weekend saw yet another one of his offside comments.
And they say there’s no mystery left in the world. Colombia claims to have found the shipwreck of a Spanish galleon chock full of gold and precious jewels; hundreds of years after it was sunk off the coast of Cartagena.
No jokes folks; a new study ranks us among the world’s top 10 happiest countries in terms of our workforce.