Alfred Julian Adriaan is a young comedian flying up the ranks in the SA comedy scene with two consecutive South African comics’ choice nominations under his belt in the best New Comedian & best Intermediate comedian categories.
Having finished making the feature films Straight Outta Benoni and Footskating 101, as well as the MTV Base show, Stay Off The Grass, he has been involved in writing, producing and acting in the TV show School of Jack.
The name Basket Mouth hit the big screen when he featured in international concerts that witnessed the likes of Joe, Boys 2 Men, Sean Paul, Beyonce, Wyclef Jean, Dru Hill, Akon, Snoop Dogg, Ciara, Chris Brown and many others.
Casper de Vries uses satire, blue, character, observational, sketch and word play comedy styles in his stage performances, and he is very outspoken on topics such as humanity, religion, social norms, language and politics.
Chris' witty and cynical one-line humour is thought provoking and to the point. Totally nerdish and unflappable, his Drew Carey- looks and slowed-up delivery have ensured that audiences take to him enthusiastically.
Conrad Koch an outstanding comedian from Johannesburg is completely unique in using his combination of razor sharp comedy with an understanding of human dynamics to create effective corporate communication.
David Kibuuka is undeniably, one of the young talents of South African comedy. A graduated Finance Honours student with Wits University, “Dave” has a unique brand of humour that combines wit and intellect without losing touch with his audiences.
Comedian Eric Omondi is one of the best comedians in the country and he goes to great lengths to be funny even if it means dressing up in a school girl’s uniform or flexing his non existent biceps on camera.
Eugene Khoza has been described as a new age comedian who breaks down boundaries, builds bridges, challenges prejudices and inverts stereotypes, but Eugene will probably tell you that it’s just him telling it like he sees it.
Helen broke out as a naughty comic character on a critically acclaimed radio program known as “Wetin Dey” on Radio Continental, 102.3FM, Lagos.
Irit NobleComic, Singer and MCJohannesburg and Cape Town
Award-winning musical comedienne Irit Noble is a singer, comic and MC deluxe! From being the Diva MC of Madame Zingara, to the Sun City Super Bowl to nation-wide appearances, her parodies of popular songs and spot-on humor about everyday life are renowned.
Joe Parker is probably the most popular English-language South African stand-up comedian in the country over the last 15 years. Having worked all the major comedy venues including the Superbowl at Sun City.
John Vlismas Of the stand up comedians working the circuit in South Africa today, John has the widest international profile. From his 2002 performance in Berlin at the Maulhelden Festival, to his shows in Dubai in 2006 and 2008.
His easily relatable material, a minimalist delivery style and great comedic timing has made Kagiso KG Mokgadi a regular and headliner at club, theatre, music festivals and corporate comedy stages around the country.
Michael Naicker already has a HUGE following in South Africa with a mailing list of 500 000 people and sold out shows wherever he performs. He is a full time comedian that performs at functions day in and day out.
Is Jonas rude? Oh, sure. Is he funny? You better believe it. But there is a striking depth and intelligence to his dialogue that leaves you feeling this boytjie from Kempton Park is destined for big things.
Salvado is co-founder and Director of THE CRACKERS a stand-up comedy outfit that has weekly shows in Kampala and has over the years since its creation become the best group in town boasting of weekly sold out shows.
Piet Potgieter is the biggest Afrikaner comedian to hit South African stages in the last five years - literally. This two meter tall Dutchman from Kraaifontein has taken the local comedy scene by storm.
Roni Modimola is a performer who can be relied on to win over the trickiest crowd with his quiet charm, philosophical musings, silly word-plays and good old-fashioned gags that leave the crowd begging for more.
Ronnie was co-Founder of The Middle Eastern Comedy Festival in Los Angeles and garnered national attention as the first comedian to perform in Cairo after Egypt's revolution, joking about taboo subjects such as politics and sexual harassment.