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Carl Joshua Ncube VOWS to Help Zimbabwe into 2016

by Arts reporter
14 Dec 2015 at 13:25hrs | Views
Stand up comedian Carl Joshua Ncube fresh from impressing at the recent comedy central international comedy festival has  promised comedy fans a smooth transition into 2016 for those that attend his end of year shows in Bulawayo on the 29th of December and the 31st of December in Harare. The stand up comedians mentioned that these two shows are not just comedy shows but a way in which Zimbabweans can deal with a very rough 2016 that has seen Zimbabweans only see electricity for about a 3rd of the year, reading more about in party fighting than economic strategies in the newspapers.

Stand up comedy is therapy and Zimbabweans have to cease the opportunity to watch some comedy if they hope to enter 2016 on a good note he said. We cannot under estimate the joy and relaxation of hearing prominent personalities and situations being made fun of in a comedy show. The Bulawayo show which will be held at Nesbitt Castle with be a special night as Carl will be giving away some awards in what he describes as the 2015 WTF AWARDS. Harare fans will get a taste of the same except the difference is that the Harare show being held at Soprano's on the 31st of December  will literally be the last LAUGH people have in 2015 and will feature some of Carl's PROPHECIES for the year 2016. Carl says he has some amazing predictions that will have people well informed as they get into 2016. Zimbabwe's top comedy export Carl states that even CORPORATES are not spared in this onslaught, as the comedian has been known to go off at brands like Air Zimbabwe, ZESA, Viceroy, Delta, Econet and Chicken Slice in the past, this year he states that a few new corporates have made it into his cross hairs.

In both the Nesbitt Castle (Bulawayo) the Sopranos (Harare) Show, Carl also hopes to get some stuff off his chest, one of the things involving the top THINGS ZIMBABWEANS DO NOT WANT TO MAKE IT into 2016. This last set of shows are certainly expected to create fireworks and ruffle some feathers. Asked how he feels about ruffling feathers Carl says that AFTER CHRISTMAS we will be lucky to even have feathers to ruffle in the first place, nekuti maZimbo tinodya huku dzacho zvese nemabhonzo!

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