3.5.2019 01:49 pm
Social media users say this can only mean Rasta has multiplied.
Artist Lebani Sirenje, popularly known as Rasta, silenced his critics after denying that he had painted a portrait of President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday. Though he has always been criticised for getting the portraits wrong, Rasta saw that this was worse than his paintings and decided to clarify that he was not responsible this time around.
The video shows a man representing Jacob Zuma helping the party defeat a tiger, representing BLF’s enemies.
The National Lottery says it would be able to identify a fake ticket.
Expertly balancing one rock on top of another at the European Stone Stacking Championships, competitors combine skill and artistic creativity to come up with gravity-defying constructions.
The shop’s confiscated merchandise included Cannabis oils, sweets and cookies, and various strains of marijuana.
A Buddhist monk fishes out a vial of cannabis oil from his robe and puts a drop under his tongue — one of many people flocking to a weed festival in northeastern Thailand, where excitement is building over a medical marijuana boom.
Liberian President George Weah has been barred from his office for five days by two black snakes that slithered into the building this week, authorities said Friday.
Warning, strong language. The celeb clearly has little time for people still making jokes about her book fiasco.
To be worthy of the title of master, a blacksmith in Kresevo in central Bosnia had to perform a delicate task — shoe an egg without breaking it.
The Joburg mayor seemed to see the funny side of it.
President Donald Trump has used “Game of Thrones” imagery to push for his wall on the US-Mexico border and to hint at fresh sanctions on Iran.
A Port Elizabeth pharmacist had a gun pulled on her by thieves who made off with Panado rather than money.
A yoga course can be considered vocational training, a Berlin court has ruled, paving the way to doing the “Downward-facing Dog” or “Greet the Sun” on company time in Germany’s capital.
Dressed like Count Dracula, Yasim Adnan doesn’t look much like an election official, but neither do his staff who are decked out as mummies and spooky nuns with blood pouring from their eyes.