Trevor Noah, the hottest comedian in the world right now, understands South Africa’s racial mix better than any politician ever will – and sees the funny side to it! Before he steps into Jon Stewart’s legendary funny shoes to present The Daily Show in the US, M-Net Movies Comedy (channel 104 on DStv) is treating viewers to a triple dose of Noah stand-up comedy this weekend.
“This is the perfect entertainment for the long weekend,” says M-Net’s Head of Publicity Lani Lombard. “And to ensure that it fits into your weekend plans, we’re giving you more than one option to be entertained by the inimitable Noah.”
It will also be available on the Dstv Catch Up service.
More detailed information:
Trevor Noah: That’s Racist replaces Born Romantic movie which was scheduled on Friday 24 April 2015 at 19:15 (You can also catch it on Saturday 25 April 2015 at 12:25 or Sunday 26 April at 14:55)
In this special stand-up comedy show Trevor Noah rubs our noses in the many faces of racism, showing why he became the guy who could take South African comedy to the world.
Trevor Noah: It’s My Culture Friday 24 April 2015 at 20:55 (If you want to watch it again, catch it on Saturday 25 April 2015 at 14:15 and Sunday 26 April at 16:50)
Following on from his worldwide tour including New York, London and Sydney, Trevor returned to South Africa with this show that was sold out across the country.?From Trevor’s own take on WEE to Afrikaaners, Bafana, who to vote for in 2014, and finally meeting Julius Malema, no one is safe as Trevor shows us the funny side of our great rainbow nation.
Trevor Noah: African American replaces We’re The Millers movie on Friday 24 April 2015 at 22:35 (If you want to watch it again, catch it on Saturday 25 April 2015 at 16:05 and Sunday 26 April at 18:40).
Trevor Noah explores his often-bewildering journey of arriving in America and simply wanting to be “black.” Noah shares his perspective of growing up a mixed-race child under Apartheid, and fearlessly breaks down racial stereotypes on all sides by becoming what Newsweek calls a “cultural chameleon.”?