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THE Sun has five double tickets to give away for eager stand-up comedy lovers to see Loyiso Gola’s latest show, ‘Unlearning’ at the Garden Court Marine Parade next week.

The two-time Emmy-nominated and Comics’ Choice Award winner is one of South Africa’s most loved comedians for a reason – and Durbanites will get to experience this comedy genius in person.



With ‘Unlearning’, Cape Town-born Gola challenges societal norms in this exclusive three-night offering from Thursday to Saturday, 14 to 16 December.

In doing so, Gola allows audiences to question everything they thought they knew about politics, race, history and more – all delivered with his signature, satirical wit.

Gola who has just returned from making his US comedy TV début on the late night TV show, 50 Central – a show produced by rapper and actor 50 Cent – says he is looking forward to dazzling the Durban audience.
“It’s a very introspective show that deals with a lot of issues. It’s very personal, which means I draw a lot from my personal life,” he said.



The Gugulethu-born host, co-producer and writer of Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola is no stranger to making audiences laugh on TV and on stage. Gola, who showcased Unlearning to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival audience earlier this year, says he is currently going through “a process of personal unlearning”, which he gets to share with the audience.

“I talk about unlearning the sexism, masculinity and how I view myself as a black.

Tickets for this much-anticipated show can be purchased at and are priced at R150 each.
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The competition closes at midnight on Wednesday, 13 December.

Winners will be notified telephonically on Thursday, 14 December and the tickets are valid only for that same night’s show, hence it is vital that you are contactable on the daytime contact number provided. Should a winner not be contactable, the judges will select a new winner. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

A list of winners will be published on the Sun’s Facebook page on Friday, 15 December and in the next edition of the Sun.

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