The Week that Wasn't with Nik Rabinowitz

South African funnyman Nik Rabinowitz threw a few punchlines at some of the week's leading news and current affairs stories.

(Also read our article: Eugene Khoza flips the script on The Week that Wasn’t)

Known for to stirring the proverbial pot, Rabinowitz jested about the following matters:

  • The recent Nkandla visit.
  • Minister Fikile Mbalula's (a.k.a 'Mbaweezy') latest Twitter milestone.
  • Ongoing issues at Oudtshoorn Municipality.
  • The never-ending drama at Prasa.
  • The state of Zimbabwe and the late Cecile the lion.
  • US President Obama's trip to Kenya.
  • The latest Isis recruits, and more.

(Scroll down for the full audio)

Listen to the full conversation, with Koketso Sachane standing in, on The Redi Tlhabi Show:


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