Sunday, February 28, 2010

Now here is a change to the ordinary Braai pap try pap Dumplings

Maize Meal Braai Dumplings

This is a very South African dumpling and it’s fabulous!!

Make slap-pap like a true South African:

2 cups water

2 TBSP Maize meal

1tsp salt

Boil the water in a saucepan, then add the maize meal and stir vigorously.

Simmer for 20 minutes until cooked.

Allow to cool while you have a drink a beer or three

Beat 2 eggs into pap

Add 2 cups flour

2tsp Baking Powder

2 cups of grated Cheddar cheese

Mix well

Spoon teaspoonfuls into deep hot oil (not boiling hot otherwise they will not cook completely and just burn) and fry until brown.

They’ll turn over half way by themselves… very cute!!

Dry with kitchen towel

Sprinkle Aeromat once the oil has drained.

Divine with a braai! and a nice Tomato and Onion Gravy

Out and about in Benoni

Ag Shame poor guy is Gat Vol!

A one minute painting could you do it?

Could you do a painting in 1 minute that looked like this? Man this takes talent

Trouble Ahead for our Economy

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) in Gauteng on Saturday said it supported calls by the ANC Youth League (ANCYL) to nationalise the country's mines.

"The call by the ANCYL is proper and very progressive in this instance," said provincial secretary Dumisani Dakile, following a two-day meeting of the federation's provincial executive committee.

The committee would introduce the nationalisation debate at Cosatu's central executive committee meeting, set to take place in Johannesburg from March

1 to 3.
Nationalisation had long been on the agenda of the federation, he said.
"In fact, the call of the youth league is in support of Cosatu."


Well now then this will be the start of a very slippery slope much like that of Zimbabwe’s demise into economic oblivion. It’s a short hop from the mines to the banks and then business. This is nothing more than a new ploy by some very clever government individuals to get there grubby hands on more wealth. Nationalisation is nothing more than theft and wherever it has happened in the world it is associated with corruption and wholesale mismanagement.

It will lead to job loss and ultimately the failure of our economy as disinvestments will happen as no body in there right mind will invest in a country where nationalisation is on the cards. I am afraid if these people who are using the workers and dumb masses to push their agenda are not stopped we will be in for a rocky road ahead

Friday, February 26, 2010

Can you believe a Praying Mantis takes on a Humming Bird

Brilliant just brilliant this is going to be a smash hit with the guys a dissolving bikini

Ok. I can only imagine the images that came to mind when you hear of the dissolving bikini bathing suit.
But that’s now a reality from a German company that gaurantees that three minutes after the swimming suit hits the water it will be no more.

The kicker is when it’s put on, there’s no clue by the wearer that anything is different, as it looks and feels like a normal swimming suit.

Now I now why the Web site where you can buy it at is called the “Revenge Shop.”

Seen at a reunion of the underground Celebes and Perves Society last week

Celebs How We Miss Them!
See you all in Neverland

I bet you never knew Audi built Pianos

Pretty interesting to see Audi celebrating their 100th anniversary by getting their team to design a luxury grand piano. By the way, this was their automotive design team, not their merchandising division.

They got together with Bosendorfer, a world-renowned builder of keyboards to build this extraordinary grand piano.

They wanted to do the design, but it would be meaningless if it wasn’t functional, so they kept the basic shape to ensure quality acoustics.

Besides celebrating their centenary, chief designer Wolfgang Egger said he also wanted his design team to do this to generate new out-of-the-box thinking for auto design as well.

The Bosendorfer Audi Design Grand Piano will cost around $140,000, and will debut at in Ingolstadt at their 100th anniversary celebration at the Audi Forum on July 16.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

I love dogs what can I say its flippin good

Dog Funny Video Funniest Ever Chien Drole Laughing - Funny bloopers are a click away

What would you do in this situation?

Here's a difficult one.

This test only has one question, but it's a very important one.


By giving an honest answer, you will discover where you stand morally.

The test features an unlikely, completely fictional situation in which you will have to make a decision.




Johannesburg has seen it's worst storm in living memory. There is chaos all around with severe flooding.


You are a photo-journalist working for a major newspaper, and you're caught in the middle of this epic disaster. The situation is nearly hopeless.

You're trying to shoot career-making photos.

There are houses and people disappearing into the water.

Nature is unleashing all its destructive fury.




Suddenly, you see a man in the water. He is fighting for his

life, trying not to be taken down with the debris.

You move closer... somehow, the man looks familiar...

You suddenly realise who it is... It's Julius Malema!

You notice that the raging waters are about to take him under



You have two options:


1st you can save the life of Julius Malema or 2nd you can

shoot a dramatic Pulitzer Prize-winning photo, documenting the

end of one of the country's most powerful men!




Here's the question, and please give an honest answer. . .


Would you select high contrast colour film, or would you go

with a more and white film?

Dont you just love marketing

These guys think bullshit baffles brains and they not wrong! Read this hype only thing missing is electric windows, air conditioning and low range 4x4 option

Nike Soccer Boot

NIKE today unveiled the Mercurial Vapor SuperFly II, a lightweight boot featuring a new, unique adaptive traction system designed for explosive acceleration. The Mercurial Vapor SuperFly II features a re-engineered upper for enhanced fit and ball control for fast feet. The vibrant ultra-violet color boosts visibility on the pitch.

“NIKE, Inc. is the world’s largest and most innovative football company,” said Mark Parker, NIKE, Inc.’s President & CEO. “Our success in the world’s most popular sport is based on creating innovative products and experiences such as the new, incredibly light and responsive Mercurial SuperFly II boot and Nike Football+ which connects the digital and physical worlds of football. These are among Nike’s most advanced products to date and will help write the next chapter for Nike football.”

Traction on demand
In developing NIKE SENSE adaptive traction technology, designers created a smart stud that can extend and retracts by up to 3mm, based on ground conditions and pressure exerted by the player. Directionally positioned blades maximize cutting and allow for quick changes of direction, while secondary toe traction provides added toe-off power for those first critical steps. The result is a boot that enables greater speed in all directions.

Nike’s design and engineering teams talked with some of the fastest players in the world, who emphasized that acceleration around a defender is just as important as beating him in a straight line. The Nike Sports Research Lab researched the world championship finals in 2006 and found that there were 845 slipping events over 63 games, or roughly 14 per game. Building on these insights, the Nike team collaborated closely with elite athletes including Cristiano Ronaldo, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Alexandre Pato to create a boot that enables toe-off acceleration and minimizes slippage in game-changing situations. “For me, it’s all about first-step acceleration, but twisting and turning around a defender is also important,” Cristiano Ronaldo said. “The Mercurial Vapor Superfly II helps me do both, so I can beat my opponent and create scoring opportunities.”

Hilary Duff gets engaged to Mike Comrie it's amazing what a Diamond ring can do

Think I am going to buy a couple of Fake rings
Click for larger Image
Oh the gratitude and appreciation heady stuff

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Eskom gets a whopping big increase Ouch!


Eskom just another run down South African milking machine gets a 25% tariff increase which we the cash cows will pay

Nersa announced it was granting the power utility a 24,8% tariff increase for 2010, 25,8 % for 2011, and 25,9 % for 2012.

The Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) called the hikes -- more than four times the current rate of inflation -- "totally unacceptable".
Unfair on consumers
Opposition parties said the hikes would result in consumers paying for the failures of the ANC, and would raise funds for the ruling party through its part-ownership of Hitachi Power Africa.

"The announcement of yet another hike demonstrates that the ANC administration has once again fallen prey to precisely the same misguided logic that has dominated the ANC's approach to parastatals over the last decade," DA spokesperson Manie van Dyk said.

The Independent Democrats (ID) warned the hikes "will cripple our economy, consumers and small businesses and has committed us to a coal-fired energy future South Africa and the world can ill-afford".

ID energy spokesperson Lance Greyling said it meant ordinary South Africans would be forking out money for electricity which would go to the ANC's investment company Chancellor House.

According to media reports, the ANC is set to earn billions of rands through tenders given by Eskom to Hitachi. Chancellor House owns 25% of Hitachi.

United Democratic Movement leader Bantu Holomisa also warned the increases were likely to lead to higher unemployment, and also linked the higher tariffs to the ANC's business interests in Hitachi's contracts with Eskom.

But, Energy Minister Dipuo Peters said she "respects" the "necessary" immediate increase of 24,8%.

"It has become necessary to conclude the price path for the electricity industry to eliminate the uncertainty around the funding of the capital programme for the sector," Peters said.

Eskom itself, said it had "noted" Nersa's announcement.

"Eskom is currently studying the full details of the determination and is in consultation with key stakeholders.

"We will make further comment on the determination and its specific implications," Eskom acting chairman Mpho Makwana said

Who needs a weather man use a bloody stone

I think I was stoned when I checked the weather

Good woman and better sheep sorry ladies

A SCOTSMAN walks into the bedroom with a sheep on a leash and says...

"Honey, this is the cow I make love to when you have a headache."

The wife, lying in the bed reading a book, looks up and says,

"If you weren't such an idiot, you'd know that's a sheep, Not a cow."

The guy replies, "If you weren't such a presumptuous bitch,

You'd realize I was talking to the sheep."

This has to be one of the best Safety Belt Adverts I have seen

Great advert Buckle Up

Want a Merc for R1-00 yes Only one Rand

There is a catch you need to be part of the gravy train that is still chugging around South African Government Departments and Associations

Former Athletics SA (ASA) boss Leonard Chuene bought a car, an E Class Mercedes-Benz, from the embattled organisation for just R1 in 2004, eNews reported.

The revelation was made to the broadcaster during an interview with ASA's administrator, Ray Mali.

Mali said he made the discovery while going through the minutes of previous ASA board meetings. He also discovered that three other cars were sold to ASA officials for R1 each.

ASA's previous board was removed from office for alleged financial mismanagement and their handling of athlete Caster Semenya's gender verification saga.

"It's just a transaction by the board. Some members of the board just stood up and proposed that the cars be sold to Leonard and other certain individuals," for One Rand Mali told eNews.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

If I did not know better I would say this must be in Boksburg

Me thinks that the fun fare is to expensive for some people

For all those single ladys out there you have to go here!

What can I say other than this is such a funny
site what a bunch of hunks for the ladys
Ladys this ones for just for you
Click the link below

How the Dinosaurs became Extinct and the Greenhouse gas effect

Mmmm explains it all greenhouse gas as well

How you and your partner sleep means something in your relationship take a look

ARE you and your partner cuddled up in the "spoons" position all night? Or do you cling to the edge of the bed as your partner sprawls in the "starfish"? Your sleep position speaks volumes about your relationship and shows how you are feeling and who holds the power between you.

THE SPOONS (him behind)

You both lie on your sides, him facing your back.

The meaning: He's protective of you and quite traditional. He can get sensual reaching around and caressing every part of you. Beware if you never kiss/cuddle in this sleep position as it may become too platonic.

THE SPOONS (her behind)

You both lie on your sides, you facing his back.

The meaning: You are very nurturing and the backbone of the relationship. He is not afraid of letting go of responsibilities and you being his emotional anchor. Fab as long as your needs aren't neglected.


Your backs face each other, with a wide gap between them.

The meaning: The intimacy is breaking down and you may be too independent of each other. If being independent suits you both then that's okay, as long as you say a warm goodnight. But be careful you aren't using this position to shut each other out.


One sprawls in a starfish shape, the other faces away, clinging to the edge of the bed.

The meaning: The sprawler dominates your relationship and they might be selfish and unaware of their partner's needs. If you are the one pushed out, ensure you start asserting yourself during the day.


One lies on their back, the other is cradled in the crook of their arm cuddled up to them.

The meaning: The partner on their back provides emotional strength and is happy offering emotional support to the other partner who is more needy.


One lies tucked up in the foetal position, facing the other who is flat on his/her back.

The meaning: The one in the foetal position needs comfort but feels unable to express their needs to their partner, who is oblivious to their needs. Identify what is going wrong and start talking about it.


One lies on their stomach, their fingertips reaching out to their partner who lies on their back or side.

The meaning: The partner reaching out is submissive in the relationship - the power lies with the other partner.


Very cuddled up, with your legs entwined and the erogenous zones snuggled into each other.

The meaning: There is loads of passion and sensuality, and you are probably in the honeymoon phase.

Don't despair if your sleep position has a negative meaning as there are exceptions. Like where one of you feels the heat and naturally rolls into "poles apart". As long as you give each other a cuddle and kiss before you roll apart that's fine.

From an Old Indian Aunty this is so tasty

OK this is the real deal that is as good as any lamb or mutton curry you will find in the finest Indian restaurants (or in some of Durbans fine home kitchens). It takes a while to make but is not complicated. Feeds (6 people)

What you need

1/2 cup plain yogurt
1 teaspoon cumin
2 teaspoons white vinegar
2 tablespoons grated fresh ginger
3 teaspoons chili powder
1 teaspoon turmeric
1kg mutton chunks (approx 3cm cubes) You can use lamb as well but this curry is tradionally made with mutton.
2 large potatoes in chunks similar in size to the mutton
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
pinch of cardamom
2 teaspoons crushed garlic
1 teaspoon sugar
3 medium onions halved and sliced
2 bay leaves
2 tablespoons tomato paste
1 cup water

The process

In a bowl combine mix together yogurt, cumin, vinegar, ginger, chili powder, and turmeric, mix well and then add your meat, cover and marinade in the fridge for 3 to 4 hours for mutton and 2 hours for lamb.

Add about 1cm of oil to a heavy base pot or stainless steel casserole dish on a medium to high heat and cook the potatoes until browned. Remove and drain on paper towel.

Remove some of the oil, reduce the heat to medium low and add the onions, cinnamon, cardamom, garlic and sugar and cook to soften the onions. Add the potatoes now and the meat to the pan and cook for about 5 minutes stirring occasionally.

Add the water, bay leaves and tomato paste, bring to a boil, reduce the heat to low, cover and simmer for 1 hour, check that there is enough water and add about another 100ml if necessary, stir and simmer for another 1/2 hour.

Now check that the sauce is thick and quite sticky and if not, simmer for another few minutes with the lid off.

Eat with a good Basmati rice or make a Bunny chow however you eat this it's all good

She's a real lady Lilly the Lion Cub

Lilly the white Lion Cub

At just two weeks old, Lilly the white lion cub lives the life of a princess.

Born on February 8 at the Mystic Monkeys & Feathers Wildlife Park in Rust de Winter, she is the sole cub of the third litter of the pride of Alex and Sahara.

Creamy white, Lilly dozes most of the day on a shaded pile of cushions.
Every two hours she is woken and fed. Still toothless, her diet consists of an imported milk product.
When she has had her fill, she deigns to make a public appearance to her admiring hordes. Lilly ambles across the grass ever so inelegantly to the collective "oohs" and "aahs", grunting like a hippo and relieving herself when rubbed on the belly. Perhaps not quite so much like a princess, after all, but the public still adore her.
"Some people go crazy," says park owner Christa Saayman.
But what she lacks in elegance, Lilly makes up for in rarity. White lions are classified as a vulnerable species.

But with her blue blood come duties to fulfil. Lilly is destined for an arranged marriage. "What we would normally do is get a mate for her from a different bloodline and then breed them," explained Saayman.
But for now Lilly lies on the grass, her lip covered in cream and her belly full.

I don’t get this whole Optical Illusion thing

I cant see it can you?

Monday, February 22, 2010

Hot on Steves heels this is cheeky!


Steve gets a Golden Horn now that sounds dirty?

At the Golden Horn Awards this Past Weekend

You have to love this man Steve Hofmeyr. Having the reputation of being a ladies man and a bit of a philanderer and then pulling in other notables who are also ladies men was a stroke of Genius. Hes acceptance speech for the Best Talk show on TV “Dis Hoe Dit Is Met Steave” was real funny.

In his acceptance speech he said and I quote


“On behalf of Joost van der Westhuizen, Jacob Zuma, Tiger Woods and myself I accept this award”


Now that was awesome a real stroke of genius and it bought the house down. I like that a man that can roll with the punches good stuff Steve

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Watch the "Book of Eli" you wont be sorry a movie about faith and hope

Without spoiling the plot here is a little idea of the movie

Across this charred land strides our Christian cowboy, Eli (Denzel Washington), a mysterious, solitary man who carries the last remaining Bible in his backpack. He also carries a gleaming silver knife and a shotgun, both of which he's expert with.

Like a prophet, he has heard God's voice in his head and he walks West with divine determination. He says to himself: "Stay on the path."

After "the flash" of the cataclysm that rocked the Earth, many blamed the troubles on religion. All the books were burned, making the few that remain precious cargo indeed.

"Yo-Ju" The smash hit by Jacob and Juju hot stuff a must see

You Saw it First here cutting edge stuff

This is JZ and Yo-Ju first smash single from ZA NEWS Season 2.
"Have a baby by me"

Makarapa started by Alfred Baloyi and now a huge industry

South African Football Helmets for fans

The Symbol of South African Football Fever Global 3000

Newtown Upliftment Project

On the outskirts of the Johannesburg CBD there is a district called Newtown, the focal point of an urban regeneration programme spanning the last six years. If one stops outside one of its most famously refurbished buildings, The Mills, and takes a walk to the back of the building, what awaits is a sports fan’s wonderland.

Hundreds upon hundreds of makarapas (the modified, decorated miners’ helmet unique to South African football fans) fill the numerous shelves, cover the walls and lie on tables; being painted, sprayed, bent and dried. The enormous display wall carries iconic head-gear of the country’s favourite teams, Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs, and many more of the 32 teams that will be competing in this year’s FIFA World Cup, Spain, England, Brazil, Honduras, name it, they've got it.

A couple of weird Airports around the world

Princess Juliana International Airport Simpson Bay, Saint Maarten
Nothing says fun in the sun like roaring engines and the smell of jet exhaust. Landing on this Caribbean island forces pilots to fly over a small strip of beach, clear a decent-size fence and pass over a road just before hitting the runway.

Why It's Unique:
Not many airports are flanked by oceanfront property filled with tourists standing under incoming aircraft. While the tourists are not really in harm's way—with the exception of their hearing—Schreckengast says that trucks driving on the small road between the beach and the runway could be at risk. "The challenge is to make sure there's not a big semi truck coming through when the plane is landing. It becomes a vertical obstacle, and, if the truck is light, the jet blast could blow it over."
Courchevel International Airport Courchevel, France
Getting to the iconic ski resort of Courchevel requires navigating the formidable French Alps before making a hair-raising landing at Courchevel International Airport. The runway is about 1700 feet long, but the real surprise is the large hill toward the middle of the strip.

Why It's Unique:
"You take off downhill and you land going uphill," Schreckengast says. He adds that the hill, which has an 18.5 percent grade, is so steep that small planes could probably gain enough momentum rolling down it with no engines to safely glide off the edge. Landing at Courchevel is obviously no easy task, so pilots are required to obtain certification before attempting to conquer the dangerous runway.
Gibraltar Airport
Between Morocco and Spain sits the tiny British territory of Gibraltar. Construction of the airport dates back to World War II, and it continues to serve as a base for the United Kingdom's Royal Air Force, though commercial flights land on a daily basis.

Why It's Unique:
Winston Churchill Avenue, Gibraltar's busiest road, cuts directly across the runway. Railroad-style crossing gates hold cars back every time a plane lands or departs. "There's essentially a mountain on one side of the island and a town on the other," Schreckengast says. "The runway goes from side to side on the island because it's the only flat space there, so it's the best they can do. It's a fairly safe operation as far as keeping people away," he says, "It just happens to be the best place to land, so sometimes it's a road and sometimes it's a runway

Hey for those of you who keep asking here is the Antwoord Zef Side Clip

'Hulle maak zef futuristik ninja rap met dik beats en is giftig to the max.' Translated "They make futuristic Ninja rap with thick beats and they poisonous to the max"

Personally i think they just real clucked up but they went viral on the net so who am I to judge. Just hope the world doe's not think this is the epoch of Afrikaans culture "Ouch"

You Got To Love Nandos Chicken

Diane was apparently using the clucking word (Excuse the Pun) telling the speaker in parliment to cluck off which caused her suspenssion so Nandos as always used the situation to good effect

The Democratic Alliance has suspended MP Dianne Kohler-Barnard for five days for swearing in the National Assembly, the party said.

"After consultation with our Parliamentary leader, Athol Trollip MP, I have today written to the Speaker of the National Assembly, the Honourable Max Sisulu, to notify him that, in light of her recent conduct in the House, the DA has acted to suspend Dianne Kohler Barnard MP with immediate effect, for five days," DA Chief Whip Ian Davidson said in a statement on Wednesday.

"I have further requested that, on the first sitting day of Parliament, after her return to duty, Ms Kohler-Barnard address the House and apologise unconditionally for her words, something to which she has agreed." A copy of her apology had also been sent to the Speaker.

So Nandos Create This Advert Just Brilliant

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Elton John says Jesus was gay! Of all things holy this is just so wrong

The singer made the controversial claim in a new US interview, reports The Sun.

Elton, 62, said: "I think Jesus was a compassionate, super-intelligent gay man who understood human problems."

He added: "Jesus wanted us to be loving and forgiving. I don’t know what makes people so cruel. Try being a gay woman in the Middle East - you’re as good as dead."

Elton also revealed he fears he could be killed by a crazed fan - just like John Lennon and Gianni Versace.

The 62-year-old singer was close friends with fashion designer Versace – who was shot dead in July 1997 on the steps of his Miami Beach mansion by Andrew Cunanan – and admits he decided to increase his personal security following the tragedy.

Referring to Versace and Lennon, he said: “Two of them shot outside their houses. None of this would have happened if they hadn’t been famous. Fame attracts lunatics. I never had a bodyguard ever until Gianni died. I don’t like celebrity anymore.”

Beatles legend Lennon died in 1980 after being shot by deranged fan Mark Chapman outside his apartment building in New York.

Wayne"s Comment I don't normally comment on such things but this just gets under my skin! What the hell gives this man the audacious gall to say such a thing? The bible and christian belief are very clear on the subject no matter what gay people might like to lead you to believe. This is most certainly an affront to any Christian and a massive insult to Christianity. No Mr Elton John it's not fame that will kill you it's stupid insensitive remarks that will!

Who says Animals can't talk

Some of these animals are darn good

Friday, February 19, 2010

Good Old Trump Calls a Spade a Spade to a standing ovation

Donald Trump is not a big believer in global warming. "With the coldest winter ever recorded, with snow setting record levels up and down the coast, the Nobel committee should take the Nobel Prize back from Al Gore," the tycoon told members of his Trump National Golf Club in Westchester in a recent speech. "Gore wants us to clean up our factories and plants in order to protect us from global warming, when China and other countries couldn't care less. It would make us totally noncompetitive in the manufacturing world, and China, Japan and India are laughing at America's stupidity." The crowd of 500 stood up and cheered.

This has been one of the longest coldest winters around the world yet we are been told global warming is happening. Then we told that that Billions of dollars will be needed to counter it! I wonder who is really making money out of this so called problem? Also is it as big a problem as made out and not just part of the natural cycle of the world?

Advert in the Newspaper Personals to a mugger in Durban

This Ad Was Placed in the Personal columns of a daily newspaper in


To the well dressed dude Who Tried to Mug Me on Durban Beachfront three nights ago.

I was the guy wearing the black denim jacket that you demanded that I hand over along with my wallet, shortly after you pulled the knife on my girlfriend and I, threatening our lives.

You also asked for my girlfriend's purse, rings and earrings. Tool can only hope that you somehow come across this rather important message.

First, I'd like to apologize for your embarrassment when I drew my pistol after you took my jacket. The evening was not that cold, and I was wearing the jacket for a reason. My girlfriend had just bought me that Glock pistol for xmas, and we had picked up a new 'fast draw' shoulder holster for it that very evening.

Obviously you agree that it is a very intimidating weapon when pointed at your head wasn't it, especially when I blasted that one and only shot right past your right ear and out to sea?

I know it probably wasn't fun walking back to wherever you'd come from bare footed with your ear bleeding and ringing like a church bell, since I made you leave your expensive shoes, Nokia cell phone, and wallet with me. That prevented you from calling or running to your buddies to come help mug us again.

After I called your mother, or "Mama" as you had her listed in your cell, I explained the entire episode of what you'd done, fortunately she spoke English too, and she seemed very shocked, she said you worked at a local bank and wouldn't do what I was telling her you had done at all.

Anyway, I then I went and filled up my petrol tank as well as four other people's in the petrol garage on your credit card. The guy with the big V8 Jeep took R800 alone, and was extremely grateful!

I gave your shoes to a homeless guy outside Joe Cools, along with all the cash in your wallet. That made his day!I then threw your wallet into the big 7 series Beemer that was parked at the curb ... after I broke the windshield and side window and keyed the entire driver's side of the car. I know that this bling car belongs to a local enforcer and bouncer.

Later, I called a bunch of phone sex numbers from your cell phone. Vodacom just now shut down the line, although I only used the phone for a little over a day now, so what's going on with that?

Earlier, I managed to get in two threatening phone calls to the local ANC office and one to the bureau of state security (intelligence services) too, while mentioning President Zuma and Julius Malema as my probable targets. The state security guy seemed really intense and we had a nice long chat - I guess while he traced your number etc.

In a way, perhaps I should apologize for not killing you .... but I feel This type of retribution is a far more appropriate punishment for your threatened crime. I wish you well as you try to sort through some of these rather immediate pressing issues, and can only hope that you have the opportunity to reflect upon, and perhaps reconsider the career path you've chosen to pursue in life.

Remember, next time you might not be so lucky.

Have a good day!

Thoughtfully yours,


Big Julie might be getting a call from the tax man if the Star Newspaper is correct

Malema's Mystery Millions

ANC Youth League president Julius Malema owns two multi-million rand homes, flashy cars and a R250,000 watch, but earns R20,000 a month, according to a newspaper report.

The report in The Star newspaper - headlined Malema's millions - claims Malema owns a R3,6m house in Sandown and a R1m mansion in Polokwane, both of which he paid cash.

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan announced this week that targeted lifestyle audits would be conducted this year.

Malema lashed out when The Star asked him how he could afford to buy a R3.6m house cash.

"You and your husband and your family - that's who you need to write about. You go away, just go away," he said before slamming down the phone.

Sources in the ANC Youth League said Malema earns R20,000 a month.

According to the report, Malema also owns a black Mercedes-Benz AMG, which retails at R734 000, and reportedly drives an Aston Martin and a red Range Rover Sport.

Last night he went to a lecture at Wits University in a brand-new white Range Rover - with no number plates - which sells for R1,2m.

There is just something about a desperate woman?

This lady has a few issues to work on!


Childish politics as usual bunch of twits!

An iconic public artwork planned for Durban at a reported cost of R1,5-million has been scuppered, allegedly because the trio of elephants are reminiscent of the opposition IFP's logo in the ANC-run city


Politics and the arts are never comfortable bedfellows, and the project has now been put on hold, following an objection from an unidentified official.

Botha is a world-renowned sculptor based in Durban whose work has appeared in exhibitions around the world. The series of elephants, made out of natural or recycled man-made materials, are a symbol of the Human Elephant Foundation, an organisation he started in partnership with respected South African conservationist Dr Ian Player. The foundation aims to highlight the interaction between humans and the natural environment. The elephants have appeared in various permanent and temporary positions in Mexico, Belgium, Norway and throughout North America.

Work began in November 2009 and the three elephants were transported from Botha’s workshop north of Durban to their current location in early January, where they were to be finished on site. On February 9, Botha said he received a phone call from Siya Madlala and S'bu Mazibuko, two former students who were assisting him with the artwork, saying that they had been ordered to stop work immediately by a man who refused to identify himself. The man, driving a large black SUV, apparently told them that the elephants were a symbol of the IFP, and were therefore not welcome in a city run by the ANC.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

One of the best Potato Salads around

  • 1.3 kg small white potatoes
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 cup creamy mayonnaise
  • 1/4 cup buttermilk
  • 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
  • 2 tablespoons whole-grain mustard
  • 1/2 cup chopped fresh dill
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • 2 Hard boiled eggs
  • 1/2 cup chopped red onion
  • 1 tablespoon condensed milk
  • 200g Cheddar cheese cut into small blocks
Place the potatoes and 2 tablespoons of salt in a large pot of water. Bring the water to a boil, then lower the heat and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes, until the potatoes are barely tender when pierced with a knife.

Drain the potatoes in a colander, then place the colander with the potatoes over the empty pot and cover with a clean, dry kitchen towel. Allow the potatoes to steam for 15 to 20 minutes.

Meanwhile, in a small bowl, whisk together the mayonnaise, buttermilk, Dijon mustard, whole grain mustard, dill, 1 teaspoon of salt, and 1 teaspoon of pepper 1 tablespoon condensed milk. Set aside.

When the potatoes are cool enough to handle, cut them in quarters or in half, depending on their size. Place the cut potatoes in a large bowl. While the potatoes are still warm, pour enough dressing over them to moisten.

Add the red onion, 2 teaspoons of salt and 1 teaspoon of pepper. Toss well, add cheese and toss then grate the boiled eggs over the top and cover, and refrigerate for a few hours to allow the flavors to blend. Serve cold or at room temperature.

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Mugabe Defends Takeovers of Zim Businesses

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday defended his government's drive to transfer majority control of foreign-owned firms to local black Zimbabweans, saying wise investors would continue to put money into the country.

Minister of Indigenisation and Empowerment Saviour Kasukuwere, a Mugabe ally in Zimbabwe's fractious unity government, told foreign firms last week to present plans on how they would transfer 51% shareholdings to local black people within 45 days from March 1.

Mugabe rejected suggestions that implementation of an indigenisation law passed in 2007 would frighten off foreign investors, saying they could still hold large stakes in local companies.

"Forty-nine percent is a hell lot of equity; it is only the foolish ones who will say no," he told reporters. "Wise ones will take it up."

By contrast, Mugabe's political rival, Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, said last week that the regulations were null and void because they had been published without being reviewed by him or the Cabinet.

Analysts say the dispute shows rising tension in the year-old coalition government, which has failed to attract much-needed foreign aid and investment due to frequent wrangles over reforms.

This week the European Union extended sanctions on Zimbabwe for another 12 months, citing a lack of progress in fulfilling the power-sharing pact.

'We know their attitude'
Mugabe earlier told an international tourism investment conference, hosted by his government, that foreign investors should partner African states to develop the sector.

The veteran leader, who turns 86 on Sunday, slammed the EU's decision to extend the sanctions, which he says are meant to punish him for his seizure of white commercial farms to resettle landless black Zimbabweans.
"We know their attitude, they don't want anyone, any country in the developing world, to make any meaningful developmental strides," Mugabe said.

"That attitude is more pronounced even in regard to Zimbabwe. When they make those noises, it is because they lost that which they occupied illegally, which is now in our possession," he said referring to his land-seizure drive.

Mugabe said Zimbabwe was cooperating with the Kimberley Process -- a certification scheme set up to monitor diamond trades following wars financed by the gems -- to reform diamond mining at its Marange diamond fields.

However, he added: "We are trying to play it their way, that is following the Kimberley Process, but we can do it otherwise and we can sell our own diamonds elsewhere." -- Reuters

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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Blue Bulls Rugby Convention

53,000 Blue Bulls meet at Loftus for a "Blue Bulls Are Not Dumb" convention.

Victor Matfield addresses the crowd "We are all here today to prove to the world that Blue Bulls are not stupid. Can I have a volunteer please".

To loud applause Steve Hofmeyr gingerly works his way through the crowd and steps up to the stage.

Victor asks him "What is 15 plus 15?"

After 15 or 20 seconds Steve says, "Eighteen!"

Obviously everyone is a little disappointed. Then the Blue Bulls start chanting "Give him another chance! Give him another chance!"

Victor says "Well since we have a capacity crowd, world-wide press and global broadcast media here, I think we can give him another chance".

So he asks "What is 5 plus 5?" After nearly 30 seconds he eventually says, "Thirteen?"

Victor looks down and just lets out a dejected sigh. Everyone is disheartened and Steve starts crying.

But then the 53,000 Blue Bulls begin to yell and wave their hands shouting "GIVE HIM ANOTHER CHANCE! GIVE HIM ANOTHER CHANCE!"

Victor, unsure whether he is now doing more harm than good eventually says, "What is 2 plus 2?"

Silence hangs over the stadium.

Steve Hoffmeyer closes his eyes, and after a whole minute eventually says, "Four?"

Pandemonium breaks out throughout the stadium as the Blue Bull crowd stand to a man, wave their arms, stomp their feet and scream... "GIVE HIM ANOTHER CHANCE! GIVE HIM ANOTHER CHANCE!"

Bugger Pink Elephants try the Green Fairy

A great part of the fascination of absinthe is due to its colourful history which dates back to just after the French revolution.

Having been banned for almost a century until its recent revival, absinthe is something of a "living fossil", a veritable coelecanth amongst drinks, able to magically transport us back to the glittering world of Paris and the Belle Epoque, a world of bohemian musicians and writers, of the Moulin Rouge and the bistros of Montparnasse, a world of starving struggling artists and glittering courtesans.But the origins of the drink lie far from the bright lights of Paris - absinthe was first produced near Couvet in Switzerland, and nearby Pontarlier in the Doubs region of France.

Legend has it, that the inventor of the drink was Dr. Pierre Ordinaire, who in 1792, shortly after the French revolution, produced the first commercial absinthe, initially as an all-purpose remedy or cure-all. It was nicknamed "La Fée Verte" - "The Green Fairy" - and this name stuck throughout absinthe's heyday. It was recommended for the treatment of epilepsy, gout, kidney stones, colic, headaches and worms.

Dr. Ordinaire's invention aroused the interest of a gentleman named Major Dubied, who saw its possibilities not just as a patent medicine, but as a healthy aperitif. Dubied purchased what was reputed to be Ordinaire's original formula from two sisters called Henriod at the beginning of the 19th century and began large scale production. By 1805, he set up an absinthe factory in Pontarlier in the Doubs region.

.The stuff is a mission to drink there are tools to pour it and rituals that are quite crazy like pouring iced water through a sugar cube using a fancy little spoon but the effect is always the same. This stuff will get you hammered very quick but unlike normal alcohol it will keep you clear headed and very much in control of your mind. Its quite a different sensation really crazy!