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It was created and started running daily on January 25, It has appeared on social networking sites such as Myspace , Quora , LiveJournal , and Facebook , where, in April , it had generated more than a million visits per week. Wilson was at home with strep throat and had doodled some stick figure comics.
When saw Nelson Mandela turn 65 in prison, few people in England understood what he or the ANC represented, and newspapers were reluctant to report on anti-apartheid movements. Music enthusiasts, however, may have been drawn to London's Club, where exiled South African drummer Julian Bahula was running a night of African music every Friday. Fela Kuti, Manu Dibango and Hugh Masekela all visited London and played there with Bahula; all three had fused American funk with traditional African music in an explosive way. Bahula's horn-heavy sound, which he called jabula, was an instant hit, too, but Bahula's aim was always to bring his anti-apartheid fight to as big an audience as possible. The concert drew a strong crowd, prompted anti-apartheid gigs across Europe and marked the climax of Bahula's activism. I could've made a lot of money and forgotten the apartheid struggle, but that was never an option. Bahula's efforts in the fight against apartheid were acknowledged in , a year which marked the th anniversary of the ANC, when he received the prestigious Order Of Ikhamanga In Gold.
Cyanide and Happiness is a webcomic and animated series hosted on Explosm. According to Wikipedia ,  Kris Wilson began drawing comics by hand at the age of 16 when he was staying home while suffering from an illness. After he began making comics on the computer, he initially uploaded them to his personal website Comicazi. Matt Melvin later announced his departure from the group on August 12, , due to differing views about the future direction of the comic.