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Charlie Langa 13 Apr 17
GUPTAs have taken offense at 's cartoon, now they know how patriotic SAcans feel about them, thank u Zapiro.
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J Dilla Stan 4 life 11 Apr 17
U know if we were half as outraged with actual rape as we are about cartoons the perhaps the country would be very far by now!
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ZUPTA ๐Ÿ”ฅ 12 Apr 17
cause gets all the art work right ๐Ÿ‘Œ
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Simamkele Dlakavu 12 Apr 17
โ€œBlack women's bodies do not stand for the South African nationโ€ฆ nor are we proxies for what men fight over.โ€- @BobbiBoswell
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Ikechwuku 11 Apr 17
Zuma rapes Khwezi, rapes state coffers and judicial processes, yet you angry at for merely depicting it? Haikhona
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MamaTiti๐Ÿ˜ 11 Apr 17
stop turning this into a race issue. You angry about drawing bt failed to support Kwezi when she was raped
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Tumelo Mapaa 11 Apr 17
Rupert and ENCA should have been put on the cartoon but that will never happen because SA is controlled by racists
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TweetGuru 11 Apr 17
The only issue I have with this picture is that white monopoly people aren't being featured. Why? Being protected maybe?
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IG: LalaMJ_ 11 Apr 17
Yes, using rape as a metaphor is very problematic and insensitive, no matter how you can try and justify it.
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Fadzayi Mahere ๐Ÿ‡ฟ๐Ÿ‡ผ 13 Apr 17
We mustn't trivialise rape but we also mustn't trivialise the extent to which Africa's 'strongmen' are violating us
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Jo 11 Apr 17
achieved 2 things. 1) current state of this country and those raping our democracy 2) Awareness and engagement on Rape Culture...
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Baby Girl ๐Ÿ‘„ 11 Apr 17
If you limit journalist, cartoonist, musicians etc to express. Than what's the use of our constitution?
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Madam Speaker ZA 11 Apr 17
The country is being destroyed n looted but its citizens r crying abt metaphors. Is this how SATAFRIKANS Roll?
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Mike 11 Apr 17
cartoon is not pretty but neither is what and co are doing to our country
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Anita Cakana ๐Ÿ’Ž๐Ÿ’Ž 11 Apr 17
when we imagine AFRICA we imagine a black strong woman Africa is represented by blck people hence they used a black woman
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Dominic Ngeleka 11 Apr 17
Pro Zuma stooge are out in full force with this cartoon defending their master.
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TweetGuru 11 Apr 17
Zuma and Guptas may be corrupt and up to no good but they are fighting white power as well. Why isn't it featured there?
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Neil Coleman Feb 19
This series of cartoons on is an absolutely chilling catalogue of our descent into a mafia state. After all the abuse he has taken can be rightly proud of this amazing work he has done over the years, to pull aside the veil
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Lubna Nadvi 11 Apr 17
So why not depict what is happening to SA as a castration rather than a rape? As emasculation & loss of manhood? Impotence?
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Peter Mansfield 2 Nov 17
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