02.11.2012 [The Guardian] - But TrevorNoah is changing people's perceptions of South African humour, and looks to have every chance of becoming a serious global player. His combination of terribly polite, butter-wouldn't-melt stage presence and biting, often brutal gags has
19.10.2012 [MyBroadband] - TrevorNoah, Gareth Cliff, and Bonang Matheba are South Africa's top Twitter users with hundreds of thousands of followers. This is, however, far lower than international Twitter stars with millions of followers. According to Twitter Counter, which
10.10.2012 [iAfrica.com] - ... no doubt be following the SA star after meeting him. He is also set to appear on Piers Morgan's CNN show on Wednesday. Pistorius is the second South African to appear on the show this year after comedian TrevorNoah made an appearance in January.
04.10.2012 [Reno Gazette-Journal] - TrevorNoah grew up in South Africa, at a time when Apartheid condemned his mixed-race status. Now he turns that into brilliant stand-up material, the highlight of an otherwise a loudly empty half-hour. • “Scandal,” 10:02 p.m., ABC. There's a new
02.10.2012 [TheSouthAfrican] - Fresh from a total sell-out season at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, South African comedian TrevorNoah's four-week December run at London's Soho Theatre is already sold out. The fact that tickets for the 24 performances of Noah's critically acclaimed
09.11.2012 [Nyasa Times] - One thing that is certain is that most Malawians are more familiar with international standup comedians like Nigeria's Basket mouth and South Africa's TrevorNoah than local artists. However Mada expressed concern that high expectations from fans as
04.11.2012 [TNT Magazine] - As does young South African TrevorNoah with The Racist. Some deadset legends of the stand-up stage are coming out of temporary hiatuses, including alt-comedy icon Alexei Sayle and deadpan funnyman Alan Davies, who both return from decade-plus
05.10.2012 [Chortle] - Perrin, who brought South African comic TrevorNoah and Germany's Michael Mittermeir to the Edinburgh Fringe this year, also said that comedians crossing borders was good for the industry. 'This cross-fertilisation is wonderful if you love comedy,' he