This is why I created this blog.

Well, well, well. I finally did it. My own blog. With almost everything I do on the internet. A lot of people have been asking me to put everything I do on one site. So I did it, because I’m that easy to push around.

You’ll find a lot of interesting things I find on the interwebs and some of my random thoughts too.

If you want to know a little bit about me, read this extensive Head Honco interview. Or not. As you were.

§ 30 Responses to This is why I created this blog.

  • tando says:

    am so so glad i finally got to know like, more about u Khay’! like u are soooo my hero; HOW ABOUT PUTTING UP SUM INFO DAMMIT – lol

  • Siki says:

    cool!!! finally a Khaya blog! now the 4million viewers can come straight to you.

  • Magugs says:

    nice one Khaya. Sinekhaya lethu manje of randomness.

  • Conga Dongo says:

    Hi Khaya,
    I feel for you. I read your story from the Mail and Guardian and really got emotional to know that this pain is being felt by many ANC lovers like you. I am not a SA Citizen, but I am an ANC supporter since COPE talked of dumping Affirmative Action. I am an African who has see similar situations in Africa, where the leaders betray their followers and are able to do terrible things just for them to maintain their lifestyle… That is COPE !!! Please, rejoin the ANC, and We will work Hard this time, for Service Delivery. I have now registered as an ANC member, and will make sure that our voice is heard. This time, it will be different. Watch us in 125 days, and you will tell what Zuma will be as a leader for the country. God Bless your Courage, SiyanGqoba !

    • Anonymous says:

      Conga,you are really dilusional if you think zuma will change the ANC for the better. We as South Africans should take a Stand and dissolve the whole CORRUPT zuma cabinet!

      Well done Khaya on this site. Will be visiting frequently!

  • matt says:

    so glad u started it at last, Khaya…gonna be one of my regular reads…

  • Zachary Mullin says:

    Khaya, I am glad to here you left the ANC by the way. Socialism is never the answer. You sound like a fun guy, I would be glad to meet you some day.

  • zee says:

    Well done Khaya, what were you waiting for all this time?yindawo yakho le,so sixelele indaba bhuti khawuleza ungashiyi nenye.

  • Seleko says:


    I also just started my own blog this week.

    Great feeling getting your thoughts out there!

  • Mic says:


    Keep up the good work… never knew u were THAT popular… 😉


  • molebedi says:

    khaya you should start making some money off this site lol. get with the google ads!

  • Hello Khaya,
    we really want to come in contact with you.
    Do you got an email-adres, so we can contact you?

    Many thanks and kind regards,

  • Paula says:

    Greetings from Southern California in the United States!

    You are cool! I love your Youtube videos and your crazy sense of humor. I have added this blog as a link on my Esperanto/English blog. Please visit when you have a chance.

    Have a great day! 🙂

  • Zethu bridget dlanga says:

    Are you a ndaba(isiduko)wow im blown away by your story.darky stay strong

  • Liezola says:

    I’m thoroughly distracted from my own work now. Thanks.

  • Srki says:

    Hello Khaya,
    I am white South African, and must say lately, specially with stronger and stronger BEE and AA, recently I was clearly victim of BEE I did not get position, because I am white, my stomach is turning around more and more with wrong things are happening around.
    I am originally coming from Europe, from the country who was educating people from all around Africa for free, I was brought up to respect all races, as we are all equal. Never in my life I was profiting from being white, always respecting older people specially woman, as they are not respected at all in this country, some people are even collecting them, I heard some men got 5 or 6 wife’s, not that I am jealous, but to be faithful to one person (spouse)and to the fellow human. As a result of injustice happening around, I don’t know what to think anymore. I can see we are not equal anymore. And I don’t know, how nobody from all around World doesn’t do anything to stop this. Guy from Black Engineers society commented how whites think that BEE is racism. He also added that black people could chase white people in 1994 and they did not, as they took milder approach. So I suppose, chase but, slowly 🙂

    Anyway, the reason why I am writing all this is not to bitch about situation in SA at the moment, but just to give you perspective about my thoughts, and more important, to give you thumbs up for the way you are thinking and talking. Khaya, you are the man, you have made my day today!!!
    People are talking nonsense at the You Tube, where I seen your posts (I have seen 2 so far)and I think that you are great. It is stupid to be racist. Unfortunately not many people think like you do. MR Obama is one of the greatest speakers on this Earth. Very wise he knows what is talking about. I hope our cabinet can learn thing or two. Khaya, keep on doing right things, if you nominate for president, I will support you, you can make the difference.

  • renske says:

    really enjoy your blog!
    cant wait to read more 🙂

  • kdizzle says:

    I enjoy reading your refreshing viewpoints, Khaya. Thanks.

  • April R says:

    cartoons, Fun YouTube videos or serious ones or my foolish scribbling.

    all of the above. You are brilliant!!

  • Nollz B. says:

    ey not really keen on readn stuff but ya you cool, will surely become a regular.. you got sum good stuff!

  • nic says:

    I am glad that you seem able to make a living from your talents. You have a wicked turn of phrase and use that to present your views largely without causing offense. If someone like you cannot make a living in the media when tabloid rags are making moolah then I have no hope for us as a species.

    I look forward to reading your stuff and have not yet been disappointed. Here’s to a stellar career for you.

  • madise says:

    Pathetic state of black fathers, you wrote: what exactly were you trying to be smart with here? Was none better in ya mind to write about us? *smashing my head*

  • Marcia says:

    It’s pretty kul luk forward 2 everything 🙂

  • Anonymous says:

    Thank you for not making a user register (password nonsense) in order to post comments like all the other blogs. Yhu besendidinekile shem.

  • nkamo says:

    like it

  • Mojalefa says:

    Khaya Dlanga, thank you for creating a blog that I can relate to. You raise topics that provoke debates and I like that. I honestly think a lot of Black people share some of you view but like me, most are too shy to get it all out there in the open.
    Sorry for the grammar errors  #bantueducationvictim

  • pieter says:

    What White Apartheid did for Blacks

    Emeritus Arch Bishop of Cape Town is at it again and in the news for asking whites to pay a reparation tax or wealth tax because they all apparently benefitted from Apartheid.
    Along came his cheerleading constitutional expert and praise singer Piere de Vos from UCT and said, The problem is, of course, that some white people out of shame or ignorance or maybe a bit of both do not want to admit that white South Africans almost all benefited from apartheid vis–vis black South Africans.
    Almost All? Who were the ones that did not benefit? Again facts sucked out of each others thumbs.
    As I have proved in Opening Pandoras Apartheid Box everyone in South Africa benefitted form Apartheid, Black and White. Blacks had the highest literary standards and the highest life standard of all the blacks in Africa.
    Self hating liberal idiot, De Vos reckons, If I had been born black and poor, I almost certainly would not have gone to University and I would almost certainly never have been a Law Professor at UCT (University of Cape Town), earning quite a nice salary, thank you.
    I love the way he chooses his words. Almost AllAlmost CertainlyAs always both De Vos and The Arch fails to explain how it was at all possible for Tutu to study and become a teacher just like his father was.
    They also fail to explain how Nelson Mandela and countless other blacks managed to become lawyers during Apartheid South Africa a lawyer just like De Vos.
    They further failed to explain how the Apartheid government built ten Universities for blacks including Medunsa which is a unique medical university that turned out 200 highly qualified black doctors every year all at state costs, paid for by the white taxpayers. It also trained paramedics and nurses.
    Since 1970 the budget for black education was raised by about 30% per year every year. More than any other government department.
    In the period 1955 -1984 the amount of black school students increased 31 times from 35,000 to 1,096 000.
    65% of black South African children were at school compared to Egypt 64%, Nigeria 57%, Ghana52%, Tanzania50% and Ethiopia 29%.
    Amongst the adults of South Africa, 71% could read and write (80% between the ages 12 and 22). Compare this to Kenya 47%, Egypt 38%, Nigeria 34% and Mozambique at 26%.
    In South Africa, the whites built 15 new classrooms for blacks every working day, every year. At 40 children per class it meant space for an additional 600 black students every day!!!
    In 1985 there were 42,000 Blacks at 5 universities in South Africa, about the same amount at the universities of the homelands.
    In an article called Die Afrikaner 11 Feb 1987, the quarterly magazine called Vox Africana Nr 29 4/87 stated that,

    South Africa had 4,8 million whites and 18,2 million blacks in 1987. The whites paid 77% of the taxes and the blacks only 15%…despite this…56% of the government budget was spent on blacks.

    During the time of Dr. Verwoerd. the living standards of Blacks were rising at 5,4% per year against that of the whites at 3,9% per year. In 1965 the economic growth of South Africa was the second highest in the world at 7,9%. The rate of inflation was a mere 2% per annum and the prime interest rate only 3% per annum. Domestic savings were so great that South Africa needed no foreign loans for normal economic expansion.
    Even Lord Deedes admitted, White South Africa grew to become the economic giant of the continent, the other members of the Commonwealth virtually sank into poverty.

    At the hight of Apartheid in 1978 Soweto had 115 football fields, 3 Rugby fields, 4 athletic tracks, 11 Cricket fields, 2 Golf courses, 47 Tennis courts, 7 swimming pools built to Olympic standards, 5 Bowling alleys, 81 Netball fields, 39 children play parks, and countless civic halls, movie houses and clubhouses.

    In addition to this, Soweto had 300 churches, 365 schools, 2 Technical Colleges, 8 clinics, 63 child day care centres, 11 Post Offices, and its own fruit and vegetable market.

    There were 2300 registered companies that belonged to black businessmen, about 1000 private taxi companies. 3% of the 50,000 vehicle owners in 1978 were Mercedes Benz owners. Soweto alone had more cars, taxis, schools, churches and sport facilities than most independent countries in Africa. The Blacks of South Africa had more private vehicles than the entire white population of the USSR at the time.

    Today Soweto has modern shopping malls like, Dobsonville Shopping Centre. In 2005 the Protea Gardens Mall opened. This was followed by the Baramall Shopping Centre and the Jabulani Shopping complex and the Maponya Mall. Experts say that Soweto has as much as 25% oversupply of retail space.

    The Canadian Medical Doctor, Dr Kenneth Walker wrote about Soweto, (I freely translate from Verrat an Sdafrika, Klaus Vaque, 1987,pg 41)

    In Soweto I saw many homes that costs about $100,000 (1978) and that had a BMW in the driveway. All houses are single storey. Many are recently painted. Many had flowerpots in the windows and lawn in the front. Only 2% were shacks. If I had the choice to live in Soweto or in the apartment dwellings or Projects of New York, Chicago, or Detroit where there is so much crime, then I would not hesitate for one moment and choose Soweto.

    The biggest hospital in the world, Baragwanath with 3200 beds and at its peak almost 8000 staff had 23 operation theatres fitted out with the most modern medical equipment that existed in the world. Blacks were treated here, operated on…at full state costs to the white-taxpayers for unlimited periods. The budget of this hospital was and is higher than the yearly budget of most small member states of the United Nations.

    Next door to Baragwanath is the St. Johns Eye Clinic. The clinic is world famous for the treatment of Glaucoma, Cataracts, traumatic eye injuries and rare tropical diseases. All built and maintained by white taxpayers money for blacks.

    Baragwanath in 1978 employed 450 medical doctors in full-time service. It treated 112 000 in-patients and 1.62 million out-patients per year. The children and infant death rate with 34.8 per 1000 was lower than Harlem in New York.

    In 1982 alone, this hospital performed 898 heart operations of world quality.
    Ironically…90% of the blood donors for this hospital were whites, who donated blood free of charge, totally voluntarily…to save black lives. (Quoted from The Citizen, 2 April 1987).

    Whites have already given blacks their blood. What more do they want?

    De Vos calls for a ones off reconstruction tax.did he forget that 20,000 Victims of Apartheid were compensated R30,000 each back in the days of the TRC?
    Personally I think that Prof Pierre De Vos and Bishop Tutu should go get an education about the truth about Apartheid. They can start by reading my Pandora Series.
    Whites have given blacks the entire country for free. In tact. There is nothing more to give. Today blacks are destroying all the infrastructure that we paid for and built. Then still has the audacity to tell whites they should leave.
    What I want to know is who are going to compensate whites for all the schools, hospitals, dams, airports, harbours, railroads, etc that they have built? It is high time for blacks to start paying whites. Nothing is for free.
    Bishop Tutu and De Vos can start by selling their mansions and BMWs and give it to the poor white fund of Solidarity Helpende Hand.

    back to South African Truth

  • eliza says:

    Hello mr dlanga ,you are my role model and I read your blog posts whether they come from your blog or mail&guardian which is what inspired me to write too ,I would love for you to read my column and your feedback would mean the wooooorld! Thankyou…

  • “If you want to know a little bit about me, read this extensive Head Honco interview. Or not. As you were.”… I’m dead #rolf

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