French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, who was the target of a terrorist attack in January which left 12 people dead, published this front cover following the 13 and 14 November attacks in Paris. “They have weapons,” it reads, adding underneath: “Screw them, we have champagne.”
Natasha Joseph @TashJoeZA
It’s like humans won’t be happy until the world implodes, last man standing sticks a burning flag into the debris and says, “I won!”
Adam Black @AdamBla27986197
Remember tweeps, MTN said ‘you should not speculate’. Under no circumstances. It’s very naughty. Wait for the Sens. Insiders gotta sell 1st.
Charl du Plessis @CharlduPlessc
Here’s a fun fact: Eskom will have taken 14 years to complete Kusile power station. The Wright brothers figured out powered flight in 11.
Gus Silber @gussilber
If the Oxford Word of the Year was , then the South African Word of the Year was #.
Darrel Bristow-Bovey @dbbovey
Now that Eddie Jones is here can we confiscate his passport or tell him he can’t leave without an unabridged birth certificate or something?
“Economics is extremely useful as a form of employment for economists.”
− John Kenneth Galbraith, economist, public official and diplomat (1908-2006)