Horns of a dilemma: who's who in Zazu

Horns of a dilemma: who's who in Zazu

By now the entire world is familiar with the Vuvuzela, that unlovely air horn that has become an icon of South African soccer.

But what of the Zazu and the Kuduzela? You won’t be seeing these in the World Cup stadia: security guards are confiscating any that fans may take along. For both have been banned – and thereby hangs a tale.

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Submitted by : Pete Swanepoel of MONTCLAIR on 2010-07-13 14:11:18
Banking = Thieving. Bankers = Small Willy spiteful losers who will spend money trying to shaft you or dishonour commitments. Bankers need crooks to do a lot of their work. Cellphone companies? Well, where do you start? Thieving, certainly. --------- BTW: Please don't waste those kuduzelas! Surely some could be inserted into various bankers' in creative ways?
Submitted by : Scott Cundill of Johannesburg on 2010-06-27 17:55:35
How can FNB continue to hire this crook????

Editor's Note
Because it's a bank...


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