The Pan African comic of the year award was introduced for the first time this year at the seventh instalment of the award event. Basketmouth, who was one of the hosts for MTV's Ridiculousness Africa season one was honoured in this new category which aims to promote all African comedians.
South African comedian, Skhumba Hlophe shone bright as he collected two of the most sought out awards, out of the four nominations. He took home the Comic of the Year and the Flying Solo awards and officially became the funniest man in SA.
Damn where do I start....... Wanna thank ALL the Comedians that took time and voted for me to be crowned as The Best Solo Act and Comic of The Year much respect and appreciation.... To My Family Thank you for being part of my growth and your support means a lot, Thank you.. To my team Sindi, Pablo, Mcking, King Flat, Isaac, Kamo, Jabu, Thabiso and Zulu yall fuckers know how much I appreciate all that you do for me and let's keep on keeping On..... To my Lady Didi thank you for understanding my shit and needs but mostly thank you for always having my back.... To David Kau u know how much I appreciate all u do mfana.... To my Kaya FM family thank you for the love and support, that Kaya FM microphone has taught me a lot and open soooooooooo many doors for me Thank you.... To my Fans and supporters yall just make me so emotional with all the love u have shown over the years and it keeps on growing, I can't thank you enough....... From Tembisa eCaprivi to An Award winning comedian, Wow...... BEST SOLO ACT AND COMIC OF THE YEAR....... #BLESSED #STAYINGFUNNY #BETHATGUY #GodShowingOff #ItsNotMyTimeButItsMyTurn #BreakingBoundries #DopeSince1632
The Savanna Comic's Choice Awards paid tribute to Lifetime Achievement recipient and comedy veteran Cyril Green, who died last month.