Trevor Noah talks all things "Born a Crime" with Eusebius McKaiser tomorrow

Comedian Trevor Noah, joins Eusebius McKaiser tomorrow for a special Literature Corner edition on Talk Radio 702 and Cape Talk at 11:00.

The South African-born comedian, who relocated to the United States last year as the new host for The Daily Show, has published his new book titled "Born a Crime".

In his debut book, he delves into the finer details of his life as a young boy finding his place in a society, where his very existence is a crime under the apartheid government.

Watch his interview with 947 on-air personality, Anele Mdoda, below to find out what he's been up to.

Noah burst onto the local comedy scene in 2009 with his one-man special _The Daywalker, _bringing the funny side of South Africa's past and current socio-political developments.

Since then, he has brought tears of crippling laughter through other stand-up comedy specials such as Crazy/Normal, That's Racist, It's My Culture and Lost In Translation.

You better not miss this one...

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