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Joburg comedy fanatics are in for a treat this November

ByNobomi Ndevu

Nov 7, 2020

Comedy fanatics are in for a treat this November as the Joburg prepares for the most anticipated eighth annual Ekurhuleni Comedy Festival.

Someone once said: “Vernacular jokes just cannot be translated to English”, the genre has been a growing Proudly South Africa brand, leading mainstream comedy for years.

Tumi Stopnonsons has dubbed his style of comedy as “New trend” and gives a refreshing take on humour.

Sethosa started his comedy career at the age of 19, sharing jawbreakers relating to his upbringing and how he became a grandfather at 22.

YouTube comedy sensation, Hilda Sista H’s comedy career started when she entered the second season of the “So You Think You Are Funny” competition and made it into the top 20.

Smowkey Nyembe, real name is Mbongiseni Nyembe, comes from Soweto where he started his comedy career in 2010 doing “Premium Comedy Nyts” at Ozone Pub.

Having headlined Zulu and Xhosa comedy shows, he is a must-see with his raw kasi style comedy.

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