One of South Africa’s favourite comedians, Trevor Noah, has finally made his way back home to Mzanzi and even paid our President a courtesy visit yesterday.
After a long stint of living in America due to his work on The Daily Show as its new host, Noah has returned to South Africa and was captured with President Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday afternoon.
The two chatted casually about the last time they had seen each other and both expressed happiness to be meeting again after such a long time. President Ramaphose event congratulated Noah on coming so far after his small beginnings – Noah originally lived in a township.
His Excellency President @CyrilRamaphosa and @Trevornoah discussed a wide range of issues, including the impressive philanthropic work his Foundation is doing in supporting orphaned and vulnerable children and equipping young people with education and life skills. pic.twitter.com/ANNXwSpLj0
— PresidencyZA (@PresidencyZA) March 7, 2019
The President and Noah spoke about a wide range of issues and topics, including how to vote when you are overseas and, in particular, Noah’s work with his foundation which is making a difference for vulnerable young children by equipping them with skills and education.
Noah is reportedly back in the country to further his philanthropic work in the Trevor Noah Foundation.