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Books to Vote for Humour

Books to Vote for Humour
  • RamApocalypse Now

    RamApocalypse Now

    No little thorn in the flesh or irritating fly in the ointment, Zapiro just cannot be ignored. It’s been another helluva year, and who better to make sense of it than Zapiro, political analyst, cartoonist and agent provocateur. He has the ability to knock the air out of us, to rock us back in our seats, to force us bolt upright with a 1000-watt jolt of electrifying shock. He makes us angry, he makes us laugh and he makes us think. He shines a light on the elephant in the room, presents the emperor in all his naked glory. Impossible to brush off, he is determined to provoke a response. When all around is crumbling, when fake news and zipped lips conceal the truth, Zapiro comes to the rescue. With the dissecting eye of a surgeon, the rapier-like point of his pen exposes flimflam, and reveals with a line what lies behind the action.

    Zapiro ESTIMATED DELIVERY:
    Approx 4 Business Days

    R 230.00

    4 Days Delivery
  • There’s a blue light at the end of the tunnel

    There’s a blue light at the end of the tunnel

    After 31 years, Madam & Eve is still going strong and are back with more hilarious cartoons looking back at another year of the crazy rollercoaster that is daily life and politics in South Africa. Madam & Eve cartoons appear regularly in the Mail & Guardian, The Star, The Saturday Star, Herald, Mercury, Witness, Daily Dispatch, Cape Times, Pretoria News, Diamond Fields Advertiser, Die Volksblad, EC Today, Kokstad Advertiser and The Namibian. Madam & Eve is South Africa’s best reminder that we need to laugh at ourselves as a society. The perfect gift for anyone wanting to understand South African politics.

    Stephen Francis, RIco ESTIMATED DELIVERY:
    Approx 4 Business Days

    R 230.00

    4 Days Delivery
  • Ja Well No Fine

    Tim Richman ESTIMATED DELIVERY:
    Approx 5 - 9 Business Days

    R 92.00

  • 50 People Who F***ed Up South Africa

    50 People Who F***ed Up South Africa

    To mark the tenth anniversary of the smash-hit 50 People Who Stuffed Up South Africa, the original 50 People team brings you an all-new sequel: 50 People Who F***ed Up South Africa: The lost decade. As witty, eye-opening and entertaining as all the franchise books, this compendium is an eye-watering indictment of our tragicomic "last/lost decade", a time of ruinous and unprecedented national decline. Whereas it took more than 350 years to come up with the list of shame for the first book, we've needed just ten more for the next 50 names, from Shaun Abrahams to Zille, Zuma and Zwane. Shot through with the architects and beneficiaries of state capture - Magashula, Mahlobo, Mahumapelo, and not forgetting the Guptas - it is also features crisp takedowns of the individuals who represent the standout scandals in this time: the like of Nkandla, Marikana, Life Esidimeni, Steinhoff, Bosasa and VBS Mutual Bank. The end result is a readable, accessible overview of the South Africa's recent political and socioeconomic landscape. Because sometimes humour and a clearly painted picture really is the best coping mechanism...

    Alexander Parker ESTIMATED DELIVERY:
    Approx 4 Business Days

    R 295.00

    4 Days Delivery
  • Bullsh!t

    Bullsh!t

    An outrageous miscellany of lies, myths, untruths, fibs and fabrications that tell the woeful history of South Africa. Aimed at offending and entertaining everyone in equal measure, this will have South Africans sniggering and spluttering into their porridge. It will also pique their curiosity. The lies come thick and fast, like a burst sewerage pipe. Way, way back the Europeans ‘discovered’ southern Africa and found a land that was largely uninhabited. Um, no. On the other hand, Africa was a paradise before the settlers pulled in. Not quite! Back in the darkest of ages (the 1970s!), citizens were told that there were Satanic messages if you played The Beatles songs backwards. During the civil war in Angola, there were no South African troops in that country. President Nelson Mandela told us that we, as a nation, were ‘special’. Turns out we aren’t.

    Jonathan Ancer ESTIMATED DELIVERY:
    Approx 4 Business Days

    R 280.00

    4 Days Delivery

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