School of Built Environment & Development Studies

UKZN staffer Has Audience in Stitches at ECR Kings & Queens of Comedy

Populations Studies Lecturer Mr Mohammed Vawda was one of the comedians who took to the stage at East Coast Radio’s Kings & Queens of Comedy at the Durban ICC recently.

Mr Mohammed Vawda.

He joined stand-up comedy heavyweights Carvin H Goldstone, Conrad Koch, Tumi Morake, Celeste Ntuli and Darren Maule onstage.

‘Comedy has always been therapy for me, especially with regard to holding up my father’s legacy. To share a stage with the comedy greats was an amazing experience that words fail to describe,’ he said.

‘The comedians on that line-up have Netflix specials, they have one-man shows and have performed on international stages. I have none of these… so being there was an honour and (gave me) a personal sense of achievement.’

Vawda had audiences in stitches, even revealing a hidden singing talent.

Considered one of the best of the new generation of Durban comedians, Vawda burst on to the comedy scene a couple years ago with his stand-out performances, clean-cut material and spot-on accents.

Audiences were treated to some new material that garnered bouts of laughter and a standing ovation.

Whether sharing hilarious stories about being a doctor (in Statistics), married life, living in South Africa or travelling abroad, this proudly South African Muslim man is on his way to becoming a household name.

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Ms Kuhlekonke Ntuli

Housing student wins KZN National Achievement Award in Leadership

Master of Housing student and former Howard College SRC President Ms Kuhlekonke Ntuli won the prestigious KZN National Achievement Award in Leadership during the KZN Young Achievers Awards (KZNYAA) held at the Durban ICC. The award recognises her community contributions at provincial, national and international levels.