Razzmatazz hasn’t lost his… passion?
New police minister Fikile Mbalula has openly attacked deputy president — for now — Cyril Ramaphosa and ANC stalwart and former treasurer general Mathews Phosa.
Our shiny new minister of police has had a busy week… of talking and posturing.
This policeman ain’t got time to chat, he’s gotta get home.
Stomach in, chest out 2.0?
A VIP convoy for Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has irked a number of South Africa’s opposition parties.
Well, of course Razzmatazz would say that.
Fikile Mbalula and Sascoc both showed staggering contempt for the fact that R118 million was wasted on a bid that they were warned was not a good idea.
Lack of support from the Department of Sport and Recreation has thwarted the dreams of a group of women who hope to become the first black women from South Africa to summit Everest.
Okay so we couldn’t host the 2022 Commonwealth Games, but someone’s still got to pay the piper.
Fikile Mbalula held a press conference to address the issue of Durban losing the rights to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Rant alert. Fikile and Tubby… how do you buggers do it?
Mr. Razzmatazz, who is head of organising, shared the list earlier this week.
Sports minister Fikile Mbalula doesn’t seem to understand how a representative democracy works.
The latest from the rumour mill suggests that Allister Coetzee will stay put in the coaching job, at least until the series against France.
So comrade Razzmatazz wasn’t too pleased with his boss – kinda – about Mantashe’s reported attempts at getting the red berets to help the ANC out a little.
Henricho Bruintjies, the former South African 100m record holder is one of the athletes who did not get an invite to the SA Sports Awards.
Another day, another chance for Fikile Mbalula to have a pop at Sunette Viljoen…
As Mamelodi Sundowns are promised a wheelbarrow full of Rand, sports minister Fikile Mbalula has still to back up his grand display of public generosity with the cash for Olympic star.
As the political circus goes on and on, it’s high time this country had its own answer to Armando Iannucci’s genius satire, which lampooned the British political class a decade ago.
Sports minister Fikile Mbalula is no stranger to Twitter spats; it’s where he spends most of his time after all. This time, however, the minister has left some with more than just a bitter taste.