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Nqoba Ngcobo

Nqoba Ngcobo

Winner of the Nando's Jozi Comedy Festival Comedy Showdown which took place at Parker's Comedy & Jive in 2009, Pretoria’s finest Nqoba Ngcobo is no new comer to the comedy profession. His first time on any comedy stage came at around 20h04 on April 27, 2002 at Cool Runnings in Melville, Johannesburg and his life would never be the same again. Nqoba Ngcobo describes his comedy brand as a heavy bed of intelligent slap stick, peppered spicy and unique twists, drizzled in insanity, and topped off with a cheeky hint of social commentary. A comedian who does not rely on«Read More»

Dave Levinsohn

Dave Levinsohn

Dave Levinsohn’s comedy style has been described as ‘off the wall’ and off the cuff, having started as the host at the Coffee Lounge Comedy club in ‘97, he’s become one of SA’s most bankable comedy acts. The ex-Art Director made a wise move following his passion. He loves making people laugh. He has known his true vocation since his schooldays in Springs, where he spent ten years as class clown. This versatile comic offers off-beat fun for anyone in the mood for a left-field comedy experience. On the comedy stage, his material darts into more lateral territory, with his«Read More»

Tshepo Mogale

Tshepo Mogale

Bloemfontein native Tshepo Mogale began his professional comedy career at the Armchair in Cape Town with 25 other comics who later formed what would be known as the Cape Comedy Collective. While on a mission to grow his comedy brand, Tshepo found his passion taking him from some of Cape Town’s dingiest venues through to some of the town’s classiest venues. The next big stage for his career came when he got invited to a nation wide university tour and would later decide to move to Johannesburg where he became a comic hit on the Parkers Comedy express circuit, doing«Read More»

Pravesh Mungaldave

Pravesh Mungaldave

It could be a said thing that Pravesh Mungaldave has been increasing revenue for tailors every where he performs as he has been known for leaving his audiences in stitches. His family attests to his natural ability to entertain as his comic spark has been evident from an early age. He has a sharp and witty sense of humour that can include a range of experiences that we all can relate to, from childhood to local and international current affairs. Pravesh Mungaldave has been a frequent feature at comedy clubs throughout Johannesburg, from Ozone in Soweto to Parkers Comedy at«Read More»

Judy Jake

Judy Jake

Judy Jake is proud to be South Africa’s first black female professional stand up comedian. She says comedy is her first love and admits to have been writing jokes since the age of 8 with the dream of having them published in the children’s section of newspaper magazines. Her comedy break came when she first got invited to perform a show called ‘The Best Medicine’ at Wits in Johannesburg, her performance there was so memorable that some of the industry’s established comics encouraged her to do more comedy through open spots. Judy Jake’s early career highlights came when she got«Read More»

Nina Hastie

Nina Hastie

Pretoria’s finest and one of South Africa’s top female comics Nina Hastie is undoubtedly a very smart and talented comic. Nina confidently sashays onto stage with bounce and style, yet you can already feel the edginess oozing off her even before she has said a word. When she opens her mouth her material backs up the image in originality, her razor sharp observation will immediately make you feel like you’re in the presence of someone who could easily be amongst the best. Hastie has performed at major theatres around the country such as The State Theatre, Wits Theatre and Joburg«Read More»

Jay Boogie

Jay Boogie

Jay Boogie born Mr. Jordan T. Mazibuko is one funny guy, at least that’s what his growing base of fans and people that have seen him perform say. This Soweto born natural comic does smart, quirky, street-wise comedy and comedy that draws from everyday's experiences, there is no subject too taboo for his mention. His brand of comedy is an unapologetic, raw and tell the truth for what it is style of comedy. Jay Boogie’s fan base which is mostly from Soweto has followed his success from the early days of the Ozone Premium Comedy Nights in Soweto to the«Read More»

Roni Modimola

Roni Modimola

Known for his dry but witty comedy style, Roni Modimola has been one of South Africa’s favourite comics for years. He first got introduced to the nation through a character he played on SABC 1’s widely popular comedy sketch show the Pure Monate Show. Roni Modimola who has been involved with stand-up comedy since the late 90s has matured a style of comedy that knows no boundaries, he uses his quiet charm, philosophical views, silly word-plays and good old-fashioned gags to win over any type of comedy crowd. In an industry where most comics use storytelling as a way to«Read More»

Kedibone Mulaudzi

Kedibone Mulaudzi

Kedibone Mulaudzi on Comedy Central Video There are a few comedians today who can boast about performing for two Nobel prize winners and all three of our country’s Presidents in their whole career and Kedibone Mulaudzi is one of them. With over 10 years as a professional comedian, Limpopo born and Soweto raised Kedibone Mulaudzi’s career began when he saw a newspaper gig guide back in 2000 talking about a comedy night in Fourways, he decided to see what they were about and the rest as we know it would be history.  Known within some circles as ‘The General’, Kedibone Mulaudzi’s«Read More»