Johannesburg – While in SA for the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100, The Daily Show host Trevor Noah made a stop at his grandmother’s house in Soweto with his camera crew, taking the time to interview her about what it he was like as a child and the struggles they faced during Apartheid.
Sitting at the kitchen table in his grandmother Nomalizo Frances Noah’s house, Trevor raised questions about what it was like for her having to raise him during Apartheid.
Flying squads. Each and every street had a flying squad
She explained, referring to the heavy police presence in the townships back then.
As for whether or not his grandmother tunes into The Daily Show, the answer is no. Trevor’s gran had him cracking up when she casually admitted to not watching him on screen, blaming it on constant loadshedding.
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