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5 South African comedians you should follow on Twitter right now

2014-03-12 11:05
Cape Town – If laughter is the best medicine then you should be careful not to overdose when following these local comedians on Twitter.

After hours of studying their tweets, analysing the themes they address and scrutinising their ability to make us LOL, ROFL or simply just "hehe" we selected these five superstar comedic tweeters.

 Here’s a list of five South African comedians that you should follow on Twitter right now:

1)    Anne Hirsch:

Our favourite bestie and host of her own stalk show, this humorous lady will tickle your funny bone or any other part of your body if you allow her.

Twitter handle: @Anne_Hirsch

Twitter bio: Actress Comedian Writer. Often compared to Angelina myself.

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2) Marc Lottering:

Every word that comes out of his mouth is funnier than the previous word that came out of his mouth.

Twitter handle: @marclottering

Twitter bio: Comedian

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3)  Trevor Noah:

Funnier than Cell C’s data bundle rates this internationally acclaimed comedic force of nature still stays true to his roots.

Twitter handle: @trevornoah

Twitter bio: Comedian from South Africa. I was in the crowd when Rafiki held Simba over the edge of the cliff, like an African Michael Jackson.

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4) Nik Rabinowitz:

Sweeter than Babka, Nik is our favourite comedic treat!

Twitter handle: @nikrabinowitz

Twitter bio: South African stand-up comic & part-time leg-spinner born in a stable.

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5) Chester Missing:

This rude, crude and shockingly honest puppet is definitely a handful. (Get it?)

Twitter handle: @Chestermissing

Twitter bio: Puppet political analyst from South Africa. Associated with apartheid beneficiary and enslaver of puppets.

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