Wonkie Author Profile - Nayna Desai

Below are a selection of Nayna Desai's contributions to Wonkie. For more details on Nayna and her profile, please visit her Google+ profile.

How to Waste Your 2012 Christmas Bonus!

June 1st, 2017 (Updated)

Wonkie provides some innovative ways to spend your annual Christmas bonus, that is if you’ve actually received one given the current state of the world economy. From using it to set yourself up for Nobel Prize to becoming an award winning author, let Wonkie be your personal guide.

Animal Olympics Photo Caption Challenge

June 1st, 2017 (Updated)

As the London 2012 Olympics launches, put yourself in line to win a Wonkie Cartoons T-Shirt. Submit your funniest entry in this month’s Animal Olympics photo caption contest. Go on, give it your best shot and you could walk away with Gold!

Mutant Giraffe-Tortoise Photo Caption Challenge

June 1st, 2017 (Updated)

The funniest caption for what this Mutant Giraffe-Tortoise is thinking wins a lucky reader a newly designed Wonkie CartOOns t-shirt. What might Mangwashi Phiyega, the new South African police commissioner have to say about this travesty of nature?

Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – High Tea Cartoon

June 1st, 2017 (Updated)

Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Diamond Jubilee in 2012 – that’s 60 years on the throne this year. The celebration went off with all the pomp, regality and drizzly London weather one expects from the British and nobody was disappointed. From the star-studded jubilee concert including the likes of Paul McCartney, Cliff Richard and Stevie Wonder to a splendid thanksgiving ceremony at St Paul’s Cathedral, Britons proudly waved their Union Jacks and honoured their queen.

Michelle Obama and Oprah in South Africa

June 1st, 2017 (Updated)

Michelle Obama and Oprah delivered a powerful message of hope and potential to South Africans – at least so it seemed, according to some plebs and non-peacetime revolutionaries. South Africans should focus more on the content of the messages than trying to figure out the sincerity of the messenger – the content is relevant!