Zapiro writes:

Thousands across the world fall for Camping’s doomsday predictions and his false prophecy. Questions arise about the unaccounted finances of the so-called nonprofit Christian radio network. Doomsday prophet and Family Radio President Harold Camping prediction that the world will come to an end on 21st May 2011 proves false. In September 1994, he announced the end of the world. At that time, he claimed that he made an error in his calculations.

- Richard Hainebach (Editor,



Born in Cape Town in 1958, Zapiro couldn’t imagine a career in cartooning, so he studied architecture at University of Cape Town.

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The False Profit

PROFITS OF DOOM: Following Saturday's non-event, the date for the end of the world has been postponed to October 21. And this time they really mean it, so get your life in order and pack your bags. Oh, and since you won't be needing your life savings beyond that date, you can send a donation to the (not so) Reverend Camping...