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The English media stirring the pot - from News24:

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Supposedly a Hilux that was under-water for 7 years. Don't shoot. I'm just the messenger:

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Aaaaannd - cue the responses:

- radio won't work, but I bet it'll start
- proof that it's really made out of tupperware
- definite improvement on the factory finish
- should've left it there instead of disturbing the reef
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If it was an Isuzu, the wipers would have at least completed their cycle before the thing died! :lol:
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nice structure, pls put it back
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Dear Cabinet and Politburo members

COMRADES, after wondering to my wits’ end about what could be happening at our iconic Lake Kariba — whose water level has all of a sudden started to fall — the country’s unfailing ancestors visited me in my dreams over the weekend to reveal to me that our sworn enemies, the British and their ugly American cousins, have dug a huge drain hole under the lake… something similar to a drain hole under a bath tub, and it is this tunnel that is responsible for the crisis at the lake.
That should be the only explanation because even in the years of worst droughts, water in that lake has never fallen half as fast as our competent engineers say it is falling!
You all know that all my dreams turn out to be truth, so we have to urgently dispatch a team of divers to search for this drain hole and — without fail plug it — before the lake is drained dry.
I should point out to you that I am very, very angry with this. To me, this is as good as a declaration of war, and I will deal with it as such.
After seeing that their illegal sanctions have dismally failed to bring this country to its knees, our enemies have decided to play tricks with our power generation capacity so as to make sure that our Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation programme does not yield the 2,2 million jobs that it is supposed to deliver before the next election.
We certainly have to show them practically that we are on top of the situation.
This strategy by our detractors should be viewed in the context of our all-weather Chinese friends embarking on the Kariba South hydro project.
We have to act now!

Kindest Regards
Yours Sincerely
ME
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A former Queenstown (Eastern Cape) town Councillor asked one of the present Councillors what the current state of affairs was regarding our water supply considering that we have not had much rain lately and were running low. He was told it was the fault of the ‘previous apartheid regime ’........haven’t we all heard that BS somewhere before? When the previous Councillor asked how he worked that one out he replied.................”Drum roll please” " You built the dams too big , so they take a long time to fill. You should have built them smaller, they would fill quicker and we would have plenty of water and never run out.".........
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Kassie, stop! You are giving us a bad name........... :blue-lol: :blue-lol: :blue-lol:

It's true though.

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For the 1951/52 Springbok Tour of the UK and France Basil Kenyon was captain
and Hennie Muller vice captain. During the tour Kenyon suffered an eye
problem and Muller stepped into his shoes or shall I say boots.

One day the Boks were invited to lunch at the posh St James' Club in the West End.
As they moved into the dining room Muller noticed a table
resplendent with antique silver, cut glass, vases, etc.
He said to his hosts that it was customary for South Africans to say Grace before meals
and would it be in order for him to do so.
Of course said the hosts.
The Bok squad was most surprised as Hennie had never mentioned religion before or shown in any
interest in the subject.
When he said 'Laat ons bid' the players dutifully
stood up and the prayer was as follows,
' As daar enige van hierdie silwer of glas vandag hier gaan verdwyn gaan daar groot kak in the land wees. Amen'
Real men smoke Shimano's!
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So Richie McCaw has finally called time on his playing days

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At least now my bloody liver can start the long slow painful recovery process

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He certainly toed the line but still one hell of a player and probably the most successful test captain international rugby will ever see.
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