South Africans Doing Great Things

The Dark Ages - a comedy show questioning Afrophobic attitudes

Comedian Tyson Ngubeni describes himself as by far the darkest member of his family.

He brings his lived experiences as a dark-skinned black man to the stage in his comedy show The Dark Ages.

Ngubeni spoke to #NightTalk's Gugs Mhlungu and Wasanga Mehana about his show and his experiences as a dark-skinned man.

Listen to the conversation below:


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