It is ironic that coal fired power plants contribute to climate change which could result in the malfunctioning of the power plants, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
Scattered clouds. Cool.
Famed cartoonist Jonathan "Zapiro" Shapiro has received a top French cultural award in recognition of his contribution to the arts.
This week another work by South Africa’s best-known cartoonist, Zapiro, real name Jonathan Shapiro, hurt many, writes Rhodé Marshall.
The cartoonist has once again willingly and purposefully overstepped the line.
A selection of quotes from some of the week's local stories.
Renowned cartoonist Zapiro has warned of shrinking media freedom following the shooting dead of 12 people at France's Charlie Hebdo weekly.
Political cartoonist, Zapiro, takes us through his favourite cartoons of 2014, including one of President Zuma in his 'fire pool.' Watch.
We speak to political cartoonist, Zapiro, he tells us how he thinks the ANC will move forward in 2015. Watch.
Eight cartoons from Zapiro's archive that illustrates exactly what South African politics are all about.
A new mobile game is set to hit mobile phones in 2013 that will encourage South Africans to debate the political situation in the country.
Well-known cartoonist Jonathan "Zapiro" Shapiro's contract with the Sunday Times has been terminated and his long stint at the newspaper is coming to an end soon.
The ANC Women’s League says it is appalled by cartoonist Jonathan Shapiro’s latest work depicting South Africa as a woman being raped.
Famed cartoonist Zapiro has defended the use of rape as a theme in his latest cartoon about state capture, saying he never thought he would have to revisit the theme.
Renowned cartoonist Zapiro has responded to Fikile Mbalula after the sports minister lashed out at one of his cartoons.
Political cartoonist, Zapiro, joins us in studio and tells us why South Africans were upset about his depiction of President Jacob Zuma in one of his cartoons. Watch.
Zapiro weighs in on the Steve Hofmeyr vs. Chester Missing spat, he tells us why sometimes he thinks reality is even weirder than anything he can come up with. Watch.
We speak to political cartoonist, Zapiro, he weighs in on the future of the DA moving into 2015. Watch.
We speak to political cartoonist Zapiro, he tells us what he thinks the most defining moments were in the past year. Watch.
Jonathan “Zapiro” Shapiro tells News24 why he refuses to apologise for his controversial cartoon depicting the Indian cricket board as Hindu god Ganesha.
The office of the president deserves respect at all times. It should be held in the highest esteem and its dignity is to be guarded at all times, writes Khaya Dlanga.
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