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    • "Black people love chicken," says Kibuuka, who’s on a mission to get people of different races to laugh at ethnic stereotypes and eccentricities (Courtesy D. Kibuuka)
    • Kibuuka enjoys satirizing political, race and class issues (Courtesy D. Kabuuka)
    • Kibuuka stars on the e.tv show, The Late Nite News, with fellow comedian Loyiso Gola (Courtesy D. Kibuuka)
    • Kibuuka says he’s an observer, and an outsider, wherever he goes. (Courtesy D. Kibuuka)
    • A poster advertising one of Kibuuka’s recent shows (Courtesy D. Kibuuka)
    • David Kibuuka – ‘Kampala’s most successful comedian’ striking it big in South Africa (Courtesy D. Kabuka)

    Uganda-born Comic David Kibuuka

    Darren Taylor

    Published April 04, 2013

    A young comedian from Uganda is getting South Africa laughing about many topics, including class and race. Meet David Kibuuka, one of South Africa’s finest standup comics.


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