WIN: 10 double tickets to the Stand Up Africa Comedy Experience up for grabs

2011-11-02 08:12

Enter the competition and you and a partner could win tickets to first ever event of its kind on the African continent.

This comedy festival brings together comedians from Africa for one night only. Check out Nigeria’s Basketmouth and Klint the Drunk; Daliso Chaponda from Malawi; Uganda’s David Kibuuka; Carl Joshua Ncube from Zimbabwe as well as South Africa’s Kagiso Lediga and Ndumiso Lindi at Emperor’s Palace this Friday (November 4, 2011).

Local kwaito group TKZee will give a performance while Metro FM’s Naked DJ spins the decks on the night.

Events details
Friday, 04 November 2011
Venue: Emperor’s Palace – 64 Jones Road, Kempton Park, Johannesburg
Doors Open: 19:30
Show starts: 20:00
Tickets are available at and on and range from R180 to R250

How to win

Leave a comment below sharing the funniest joke you’ve heard and stand a chance to win double tickets to the Stand Up Africa Comedy Experience.

Competition rules
1. The competition will run from 3 to 4 November 2011.
2. Only entries received on or before 4 November at 12:00 (midday) will be accepted for the draw.
3. Winners will be notified telephonically and City Press reserves the right to publish their details and photographs for promotional purposes.
4. The decision of the City Press editor is final in all matters relating to the competition and no correspondence will be entered into.
5. The prize is non-transferable and will not be exchanged for cash.
6. The prize package does not include transport to the event.
7. All persons who are directors, members, partners, employees or agents of or consultants to Media24, City Press, sponsors/partners or their spouses, life partners, parents, children, brothers, sisters, business partners or associate employees may not participate in this competition.
8. Should legislation require that the competition be cancelled, Media24 and City Press will not be responsible for the fulfilment of prizes.
9. Participation in this promotion implies full knowledge and acceptance of all the rules and regulations.
For inquiries call 011 713 9354 (9am – 4pm).

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