Who is Zapiro in South Africa?

Jonathan Shapiro (born 27 October 1958) is a South African cartoonist, known as Zapiro, whose work appears in numerous South African publications and has been exhibited internationally on many occasions.

Why does Jacob Zuma have a shower on his head?

During the trial, Zuma admitted to having unprotected sex with his accuser, whom he knew to be HIV positive, but claimed that he took a shower afterwards to cut the risk of contracting HIV. …

When was Jonathan Shapiro born?

October 27, 1958 (age 63 years)
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Which level of government is responsible to address the water crisis?

the national government
The National Water Act (Act 36 of 1998) prescribes that the national government is the “public trustee” of the nation’s water resources to ensure that water is “protected, used, developed, conserved, managed and controlled in a sustainable and equitable manner, for the benefit of all persons”.

Which cartoons are made in South Africa?

List of South African animated television series

Series Network Production Company
URBO: The Adventures of Pax Afrika SABC 3 Octagon CSI
Supa Strikas SABC 1 Disney Channel Asia Strika Entertainment Animasia Studio
Bun&Bunee SABC 3 Luma Animation
The Adventures of Noko Mashaba Soweto TV Ekhuruleni TV YouTube Rams Comics (pty) Ltd.

Who supplies South Africa with water?

Rand Water was established in terms of the Water Services Act of 1997 and is categorised as a national government business enterprise in terms of schedule 3B of the Public Finance Management Act of 1999. The water board serves about 19 million people, with the Vaal River system supplying 98% of its bulk water.

Why South Africa is such a water poor country?

In South Africa the scarce fresh water is decreasing in quality because of an increase in pollution and the destruction of river catchments, caused by urbanisation, deforestation, damming of rivers, destruction of wetlands, industry, mining, agriculture, energy use and accidental water pollution.

Is there anime is South Africa?

South Africa has an active anime community which shows that there is much more to this Japanese pop-culture than kids’ cartoons. If you are in your early 20s, then as a child growing up in South Africa, you probably remember watching Dragon Ball on television. These are all manga-to-anime adaptations from Japan.

What cartoon are from Africa?

List of South African animated television series

Series Network Production Company
Munki And Trunk Nicktoons Sunrise Productions
Kiff Disney Channel Walt Disney Animation Television
Kiya And The Kimoja Heroes Disney Junior Disney+ Walt Disney Animation Television

Why did Zapiro remove Zuma’s showerhead?

Ironically, Zapiro has shown signs of respect for Zuma. He had depicted Zuma with a showerhead after Zuma said he took a shower after having sex with an HIV-positive woman. But, once Zuma became president and there appeared to be widespread support for him, Zapiro removed the showerhead, giving the president the benefit of the doubt.

Is Zuma threatening the justice system?

It was common knowledge that Zuma’s allies in the tripartite alliance were calling for a political solution to Zuma’s corruption charges. Given this background Zapiro believed Zuma and the others depicted in the cartoon had threatened the justice system. ORDER THIS CARTOON LICENSE THIS CARTOON RELATED LINKS

Who is Arthur Fraser and why is he involved with Zuma?

Front and centre is the involvement of Correctional Services Commissioner Arthur Fraser, who has a long-standing relationship with Zuma: Read against the rapid way in which Zuma’s [medical parole] was granted, it is clear that corners were cut by Fraser, who goes back a long way with the former head of state.

Did Fraser give Zuma medical parole?

Later, as DG of the State Security Agency, Fraser commandeered a private intelligence army that served Zuma as the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture has been heard. In order to be granted medical parole, Zuma would have had to lodge an application that laid out his medical incapacity.