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“Nod­ding the head does not row the boat.” − Ir­ish proverb

Vic­tor Dlamini @vic­tord­lamini Col­lu­sion: what you call cor­rup­tion when it went to pri­vate school.

Joseph Fahmy @jfahmy I al­ways love the up­grade from SELL to HOLD. How am I sup­posed to hold it when you just told me to sell it?

Conor Sen @conorsen As they say, “When a man is tired of an­tic­i­pat­ing the change in the labour force par­tic­i­pa­tion rate, he is tired of life.”

Anele Mdoda @Anele Have you ever tried to leave OR Tambo with­out pay­ing your park­ing ticket? Im­pos­si­ble, but some peo­ple can leave with R24 mil­lion!

Fe­rial Haf­fa­jee @fe­ri­al­haf­fa­jee #Prasa #SABC #Sta­te­ofCap­ture #Air­porthe­ist #Sassa. It’s like liv­ing in the movie ver­sion of “It’s our turn to eat”.

War­ren Robert­son @War­renR­co­me­dian If Joburg had Cape Town’s traf­fic, we would’ve knocked down that moun­tain and built a four-lane high­way and 13 Tus­can town­house com­plexes.

VeryBri­tishProb­lems @SoVeryBri­tish Stages of leav­ing: “Can’t stay long.” “What’s the time now?” “I should prob­a­bly head off in a bit.” “I think I might make a move.” “Right…”

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