Being a comedian isn’t an easy job and it isn’t hard as well. It is a talent that one must have and if not an ability that one must master because coming up with jokes and maintaining your audience time and again isn’t an easy.
One of Africa’s most loved comedians is known for his unapologetic approach to race, apartheid and politics. He is South African but a mix of both Swiss and Xhona.
His jokes usually revolve over things happening in every day life and that helps him relate well with his audience.
2. Bright Okpocha
Born and raised in Nigeria, Bright AKA Basketball mouth is the first African comedian to host a show at the Apollo in London. He has done an incredible job of maintaining his audience and also reaching out to more people.
Kansiime is a Ugandan comedienne, entertainer and actress. She is referred to as “Queen of African Comedy.” She first broke into the scene with the YouTube Series, Minibuzz, in which she made fun of Ugandans’ experience in daily public transport.
Since then she has been taking over the comedy scene in East Africa.
The South African comedian is known as “The Queen of Zulu Comedy”. After getting exposure from different shows she has performed, the former bookseller has since worked with big names in comedy like Loyiso Gola and Kagiso Lediga, making appearances in shows like the Emmy Award nominated Late Night News, The Bantu Hour and Laugh out Loud.
The Kenyan comedian is well known for the crazy videos he does. He got his breakthrough in the industry after making his appearance on Churchill show.
Since then he has done different kinds of comedies and has been making headlines.