- Trevor Noah doesn't hold back as he mocks Jacob Zuma and the Guptas
- He uses his charm and wit to poke fun at Bell Pottinger, the Guptas and even Donald Trump
- Noah has become world famous since he successfully took over as the host for The Daily Show in America
In Trevor Noah's last show in South Africa he tore into Zuma and the Guptas. The South African comedian has won the hearts of America when he took over hosting The Daily Show.
He perfectly sums up American politics in a way that the American people can relate to and still manages to keep up with South African events.
BreieflNoah's jokes are perfectly timed to capture the political climate of the country. In this particular skit he mocks Zuma's alleged connection to the Guptas, Noah shows us again that he is master of impressions.
He makes fun of Jacob Zuma's apparent trouble with numbers and giving speeches which flow and even manages to imitate Zuma's iconic laugh.
Noah performed to a sold out venue, touching on the Gutps, Bell Pottinger and even finds a way to compare Donald Trump and Jacob Zuma.
He admits that Zuma is a cunning politician while the same could not be said his US counterpart.
Noah was born in Johannesburg on 20 February 1984 to a Xhosa mother, Patricia Nombuyiselo and a Swiss German father, Robert. A relationship between a white and black person during apartheid was strictly forbidden.
The comedian used a lot of his personal experiences growing up in his jokes which made them believable and easy to relate to.
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