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South Africa Sees Boom In Stand-Up Comedy

January 8, 2013

"[There's a new] generation of South African standups who have become wildly popular, providing not only escapism but a different perspective on the nation's problems. They tackle race, class, crime, corruption and the political elite. As court jesters tweaking the nose of the powerful, they are quite possibly helping to keep the nation sane." The Guardian (UK) 01/04/13

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