Talk of too many chiefs and not enough Indians... The South African Broadcorping Castration (SABC) has 495 managers and 3,376 staff. That means there are one manager to every seven workers. No wonder the damn place is almost flushing money down the toilet as fast as South African Aircraze (SAA).
It’s going down the toilet faster than you can say FLUSH and losing money faster than a collapsing pyramid scheme but President Cyril Ramaphosa says he is not selling the South African Aircraze (SAA).
If you want to jump up and down in Parliament like a clown and shout #paybackthemoney, then you should be the last person to cry if the court tells you to #paybackthemoney. That’s a lesson EFF ‘commander in chief’, Julius Malema, is about to learn as civil rights organisation AfriForum...
Drinking and driving may become the worst mistake you can ever make - and land you in jail for seven days before you even see the inside of a court room.
South Africa’s Minister of Killing Tourism and social media wanker, Malusi Gigaba, might see himself kicked into a another stratosphere if president Cyril Ramaphosa grow a set of balls.
The days of slapping your naughty child on the backside will soon be officially over.
That slutty little sister of South Africa Aircraze (SAA), the South African Express, is blowing R1 million a week on planes that cannot fly.
At last government has taken a stance agains the destruction of transport infrastructure in the country.
Any reference to the ongoing land expropriation debate was conspicuously absent from South Africa’s new finance minister Tito Mboweni’s mid-term budget speech.
South Africa’s agricultural sector continues to be threatened by a volatile security situation, and it is imperative that the government takes this seriously and acts appropriately.
A public march against racial exclusion at Sasol aims to bring Sandton to a standstill next week.
The National Council of Societies for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NSPCA) has applied for an urgent interdict in an attempt to stop the South African government from facilitating the selling of lion bones used in fake tiger bone wine and other questionable purposes worldwide.
Prominent businessman Patrice Motsepe’s comments at AgriSA’s annual congress are to be welcomed for demonstrating an understanding of the key issues relating to land and agriculture, and for providing a worthy vision for addressing them.
The very important jobs summit starting today (4 October) should urgently address the ‘job-destroying’ effects of the governments proposed expropriation without compensation (EWC) policy and further seek to introduce labour reforms that will price poor people into work.
Lazy? Wasting money by making bad decisions? Plain useless but still have a nice job and paid for by die State? If that’s you, you might end up with your ass in a State prison.
So you think the petrol price hike is huge? That’s nothing, says the experts. You should see what’s going to happen the rest of this year and next year!
Pressing ahead with National Health Insurance (NHI) will steadily undermine South Africa’s excellent private healthcare system, and overburden the country’s already gravely deficient public health system, at vast cost to taxpayers.
South Africa and its tourism industry faces an embarrassment of spectacular proportions as publicity about its new birth certificate regime gives the impression that immigration officials are relaxing the requirements set in motion by the government in 2014.