Mandela gets a free gift of a new Private Airline

South African Airlines [SAA] once renowned as one of the best airlines in the World though recently downgraded to the best in Africa and currently in a deep financial crisis is getting a new owner.

This is the SA Government explanation for giving it to Mandela for his own private use. Well, maybe flamboyant President Jacob Zuma will sometimes use it for his forty wives, or maybe Trevor Manual and new wifey Maria Ramos when they go gallivanting; please note the “maybe” as I have a feeling little Maria would prefer a safer mode of transport.

Most safety concerned South Africans will hence on simply go Air Zimbabwe or even Air Nigeria. Here is the reason.

For once South Africans will be united. Let the old goat have it and the millions that his children and grandchildren have already started arguing about who should get most of it. Give them a free airline too. Why not?

7 Responses to “Mandela gets a free gift of a new Private Airline”

  1. Ike Jakson Says:


  2. JP Says:

    “Seven white women were accepted into programme.”
    Racism against White Men ONLY, it seems to be Sir Ike.

    Africans and their offspring in the U.S., always like to play with (to use their term here) wimmins.

    • Ike Jakson Says:

      Thanks JP

      I thought that I would make some fun of the stupidity of entire pack of lies.

      But they get away with it because voters are dumb fools.

      • JP Says:

        Hold your cards, ladies and gents! Would the person that just shouted BINGO, read your card back please. 🙂

      • Ike Jakson Says:

        Now that’s what I call BINGO, JP old friend. You have style.

  3. John Russell Says:

    It’s not Nelson’s fault that he’s too stupid to do any serious looting. That was Winnie’s job. So give him an airline. Maybe some place nice to fly it to, too. And some wrinkle cream.

    • Ike Jakson Says:

      Hi Nimrod

      Thanks for the viewpoints on some matters. A fellow over here suggested that the old goat should fly one of the Boeing 747 jets low into London and land next to his statue on Trafalgar Square.


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