Always save a slice for later. How far the would the R50m (rumoured to have been spent on their 108th birthday celebrations) would have gone, to pay staff salaries (they have now skipped 2 months in a row, July & Aug 2021). More Comics Ramaphosa Wants to Split Eskom to 3 (African Kitchen...
So long Durban, thanks for the glow-in-the-dark fish (African Kitchen Comics)
The continual oil and sewage pollution in Durban harbour, is now complemented with waste from chemical fire set during looting (July 2021) at United Phosphorus Limited (UPL). All that is left to say is – “So long Durban, and thanks for all the (glow-in-the-dark) Fish”. More Comics...
Corruption Nicely hidden (African Kitchen Comics)
Upon asked “if you were number 2 (vice president to Pres Mr Zuma at the time) how can you not have known about the extent of The Steak (State) capture? Pres Ramaphosa then refers to the corruption as “nicely hidden” (EWN 11 August 2021)
The Great Cabinet reshuffle 2021 (African Kitchen Comics)
The Great Cabinet reshuffle 2021, Can Father Cyril remove the bad eggs before they spoil the batch?
Cash in Transit Heist Robber has Masks (African Kitchen Comics)
Cash in transit heist robber in kitchen with pot with masks in it. Corona warning sign behind him. One black woman to the other: “I told you, Karabo, these guys always have stock of masks.”
Cyril Says Things are Looking Up (African Kitchen Comics)
Chef to assistant chef: “Cyril says things are looking up.” Assistant Chef: “Yes, but he didn’t say up to what.”
(Note: Many think SA’s future is up to dwang)
Bafana Bafana Unbeaten Since Nov 2019 (African Kitchen Comics)
Chef planning party. Sign on wall says "Bafana Bafana unbeaten since Nov 2019" Chef says: “Finally something Corona helped us with.” (Note: Bafana haven’t played since Nov 2019, that is why they haven’t lost)
Kotas For Sale in Soweto (African Kitchen Comics)
Chef with a sign above him that says KOTAS FOR SALE IN SOWETO.
White kid says: “I don’t want a Kota. I want a half.” (Kotas are popular sandwiches with chips in townships)