… and people wonder why South Africans are so worried about their country’s situation, people tell others to stop being negative, the country is in good shape. Yes it is in all honesty BUT since when is it acceptable to discuss whether the countries “sure” next president will prison colours or not Guess it all depends on how much Holphe managed to bribe the judges … Continue reading Zuma Next President: Prison Colours?
I don’t mean only men but rather just the human race, saying humans or people just didn’t sound right to me. In all honestly I have avoided the local news for many reasons, Zimbabwe’s fake talks – not one Zimbabwean believes it to be true or useful. They still have their 7pm curfews. They still fear their lives every moment of every day. They still … Continue reading Men with small …. brains
WARM WELCOME: President Thabo Mbeki is welcomed by Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe upon his arrival in Harare. (Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi, AP) … Just a question … … do they? PS my spell checker wants to change Thabo Mbeki to Taboo Meek Continue reading Do all Presidents hold hands?
Apparently the Zimbabwe elections had the biggest turn out ever, people flocked in droves to cast their fair vote, indeed it was both democratic and fair, it was just as South Africa’s president said it would be. When you speak to someone that is there, watching, voting, looking and seeing everything for what it is it has a tendency to fill you with a slight … Continue reading Definition of a democratic and fair election
Ok lets look at life in Africa and why in particular I want to leave. Some say that I am just running away while others say that I should be more patriotic. I beg to differ, firstly in other countries you get Cinnamon toothpaste, you get Apple Butter, Coke with Vitamins and Starbucks. Then of course the fact that our newspapers have gotten to the … Continue reading Car Hijacker explains how it is done
Ok folks it seems that everyone in the country is confused. I spoke to a 5 year old the other day (yes not all of them are scared of me) and when I asked this little sample human who the president was… the kids answer was “Nelson Mandela” … yes dahlink we all wish this was the case but alas no. The new word these … Continue reading 2 + 2 = 5 in Africa
I do not trust media reports at the best of time, the amount of true reality in them is always warped I feel to agenda’s. Zimbabwe is in chaos, retaliation killings are going wild, no one who voted for the opposing party MDC is on the hit list. So the ship containing weapons destined for Zim is now docked in Angola, why is this ship … Continue reading Why I am sad for Africa
Tomorrow is Freedom Day here in South Africa, the nation is expected to dance and celebrate the day but we never do, the government gets upset with us, the nation, but they don’t understand. They throw big celebration parties and events through out the country only to find people turning up for the free food. Our nation is not free at all – the only … Continue reading Freedom Day… are we really free?
The subject line says it all, after reading the latest scoop in South Africa about our neighbours in Zim I can officially say without an ounce of regret or hesitation that I have lost the last shred of faith in our “President”. So what am I on about? Our dear president Mbeki says that there is no crisis in Zim… why then is the rest … Continue reading Faith lost in a Country’s President
I am sorry for writing yet another post on this subject but I haven’t really slept in days with all this nonsense going on and to wake up this morning to find this in my News24 Morning News edition… it made me sick and I mean literally. I know some might say “but why are you being so negative about South Africa” fact is I … Continue reading SA Slams Foreign Media over Zim