Congratulations to Vodacom and Cell-C for handling these two flaws so excellently. No surprise that City of Joburg and Sanral would handle their issues the ways that they did. Pathetic and typical.
This can only be a good thing. Yaaaay 🙂
perhaps this is a monumental fail, but i’ve never heard of james taylor. anyway, this is the story of the wave that broke his back whilst surfing, and it’s a pretty mental story. what an awesome polite dude! at the end of the video he totally thanks everyone that helped him. hope your back is healing well james taylor.
A good read, I feel.
Malemas recent outburst at a BBC journalist. To quote Khaya Dlanga from his recent article about the same thing:
He gave us phrases such as “tjatjara”, “you behave or you jump”, “Chief, can you get security to remove this thing here”, “this is not a newsroom this, this is a revolutionary house”. (I suspect he really wanted to say, don’t interrupt me ‘on’ my revolutionary house.) Then he spit out the words, “Don’t come out here, with that white tendency.” After Julius’s tirade the BBC reporter says, “That is rubbish.” Malema retorts with a classic I will never forget, something that will forever live in the annals of South African insults, “Rubbish is what you have covered in that err… trouser! That is rubbish!” Then “Go out! Bastard! You bloody agent!” In a space of a minute and half Malema delivered, not one, not two, not three but seven pure gems.
Lol, what a cock.
I enjoyed this article by Clem Sunter -> The economic liberation of Afrikaners: Clem Sunter.