An afternoon of black popes, making up words and Grahamstown cockroaches

An afternoon of laughter and good comedy brought the crowd to a standstill on Sunday, the 10th July 2011 when Bush Radio in partnership with Vodacom hosted the Bush Radio & Vodacom Community Funny Festival at the Joseph Stone Auditorium in Athlone.


Following many days and hours of hard work and planning, the afternoon kicked off with great entertainment by artists and groups including Heal the Hood together with Emile YX?, upcoming SA artist Sylvester, recording artist Denyschia, freestyler Xola X and the renowned Claire Phillips. These performances were then followed by laughter and fun from comedians Mum-z, Dalin Oliver and Wayne Mckay.

A very passionate crowd and group of listeners together with the Bush Radio team supported the event, eager to experience an afternoon of great fun.

We would like to thank the Bush Radio staff for all their support, hard work and hours of brainstorming.


A big thank you also goes to the artists who offered up their time to perform at this event.

Our thanks also go to comedians Mum-z, Dalin Oliver and Wayne Mckay who wowed the crowed with their crazy jokes an immense energy.




Furthermore, we would like to express our thanks to the team from Eddy Cassar PR together with the Vodacom team who worked so efficiently with Bush Radio.

We will ensure that more of these events are arranged.

To watch selected comedy clips & slide show on your cellphone visit: http://m.youtube.com/bushradio1

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One Response to “An afternoon of black popes, making up words and Grahamstown cockroaches”

  1. Wayne Mckay Says:

    Can`t wait for next year . Well done Bush Radio .

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