So it makes sense that we're pretty good at them. But every once in a while we like to show off a bit and crank the discount percentage allllll the way up.
Today is one of those days.
More than 175 products. At up to 75% off.
With all the drama in our lives, it's important to take some time for ourselves. So, grab a cup (of whatever you need to unwind), put up your feet, and have a laugh with any three of these popular Zapiro or Madam and Eve comic books.
The motley crew of Madam, Eve, Thandi and Mother Anderson are like old friends to most South Africans and their dysfunctional, chaotic and totally recognisable South African household is an unfailingly hilarious reflection of everyday life in this country. Madam & Eve cartoons appear regularly in the Mail & Guardian, The Star, The Saturday Star, Herald, Mercury, Witness, Daily Dispatch, Cape Times, Pretoria News, Diamond Fields Advertiser, Die Volksblad, EC Today, Kokstad Advertiser and The Namibian.
No year would be complete without Zapiro’s annual collection of cartoons, and in these books filled with sharp-witted and well-timed cartoons, Zapiro once proves himself a satirical genius, ensuring that no event passes by without comment… or a laugh.
1. Pothole at the End of the Rainbow: From Julius Malema's tantrums to President Zuma's plane trips, from Bakkies Botha's booting to Helen Zille's toyi-toyiing, it's been a big and busy year for news in the Rainbow Nation. Now comes the newsiest titbit of all: The Pothole at the End of the Rainbow. It features your favourite household maintenance executive, Eve Sisulu - now also a "Playmaid of the year" on the cover of the SA edition of Playboy Magazine - as well as Madam, Mother Anderson, and the usual crew of politicians, celebrities, and other leading South African icons and institutions. Another satirical winner from this sharp and witty creative team.
2. Take us to your Leader: Madam & Eve are back with more cartoons looking at domestic life and politics in the New South Africa.
3. Madam & Eve are back with more cartoons looking at domestic life and politics in the New South Africa: They're back, and better than ever! This release is the twenty-first Madam & Eve, and it's another winner from this sharp and witty creative team. Madam, Eve, Thandi and Mother Anderson return with their chaotic and totally recognisable South African household in the latest hilarious reflection of everyday life in South Africa. Featuring the humour South Africans have come to know and love, this Madam & Eve promises to be a laugh a minute and is sure to be a family favourite and welcome addition to any bookshelf.
4. Send in the Clowns: This is the twenty-second Madam & Eve, and it is another winner from the sharp and witty creative team. Featuring the humour South Africans have come to know and love, this Madam & Eve promises to be a laugh a minute, and it is sure to be a family favourite and welcome addition to any bookshelf.
5. Hadeda La Land: After 25 years, Madam & Eve is still going strong and are back with more hilarious cartoons looking back at another year of the crazy rollercoaster that is daily life and politics in South Africa.
6. After 25 years, Madam & Eve is still going strong and are back with more hilarious cartoons looking back at another year of the crazy rollercoaster that is daily life and politics in South Africa: Yes, it's time for the brand-new Madam & Eve annual, Strike While the Iron is Hot - and this one is better than ever! No one can deny that here in South Africa, it's been a humour-filled year chock-full of gags, howlers and outrageous punch lines coming from this country's most gifted comedy writers! Featuring cameo appearances by VIP blue lights, 00Z, Somali Pirates of the Caribbean and Zuma's bodyguards, Strike While the Iron is Hot shows us the more intricate workings of politics in South Africa as Eve tries her hand at restructuring the cabinet.
7. The Guptas Ate my Homework: After 25 years Madam & Eve is still going strong. The duo is back with more hilarious cartoons reflecting on another year of the crazy rollercoaster that is daily life and politics in South Africa.
8. Twilight of the Vuvuzelas: Several strips of South Africa's most popular comic, Madam & Eve, are collected in this satirical compendium. It follows the motley crew of Madam, Eve, Thandi, and Mother Anderson--who are like old friends to most South Africans--as they dash about in their dysfunctional, chaotic, and totally recognizable South African household. Important political and world events are experienced by the characters, providing a current South African perspective with humor.
9. My Big Fat Gupta Wedding: Zapiro needs no introduction. His eighteenth annual speaks for itself. No year would be complete without Zapiro’s annual collection of cartoons, and in this latest book of sharp-witted and well-timed cartoons, Zapiro once again proves himself a satirical genius, ensuring that no event passes by without comment… or a laugh.
10. It's Code Red: Zapiro needs no introduction. His 19th annual speaks for itself. No year would be complete without Zapiro’s annual collection of cartoons, and in this latest book of sharp-witted and well-timed cartoons, Zapiro once again proves himself a satirical genius, ensuring that no event passes by without comment … or a laugh.
11. Rhodes Rage: In Zapiro's 20th annual he skewers another momentous year including the drama over Rhodes and other statues, Nkandla pay back the money, spy cables, NPA shenanigans, Eskom and parastatal paralysis, union disunity, Charlie Hebdo, xenophobia, Juju's boiler suit brigade, Godzilla's successor, cockroaches, Verwoerd's ghost and other political creatures.
12. Do You Know Who I Am?: In Do You Know Who I Am?, Zapiro returns with his signature wry satirical style to ensure that his audience see-saws between shaking their heads in rueful agreement and snorting in mirth. No year would be complete without his annual collection of cartoons, which have served to become a reflective summary of political events in the year. South Africa’s sharpest cartoonist also acts as our national conscience and once again ensures that no event passes by without comment… or a laugh.
13. The Last Sushi: Showcasing the year's best from South Africa's sharpest cartoonist, this collection is as much a visually-entertaining read as a reflective summary of South African political events. Packed with biting humour and cutting-edge satire, these cartoons reflect the nation's conscience and ensure that no event passes without a comment or laugh.
14. Pirates of Polokwane: An eagerly awaited album that comes out annually, this year's collection of Zapiro's editorial cartoons was hugely well-received by South Africans and rose to become the bestselling book in the country. Full of delightful satire, the cartoons are informed by a sense of truth and dignity even while tackling sensitive issues and attacking public figures, particularly those in the ruling party. For news hounds who follow current affairs around the globe, this book provides an education on the issues and a bounty of deft political humour.
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