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VET­ERAN co­me­dian David Kau will again host the Macufe com­edy fes­ti­val as part of this year s Man­gaung Cul­tural Fes­ti­val in Free State.

The event will be held at The Dome, Old Grey Sports Ground in Man­gaung on Oc­to­ber 5.

The co­me­dian will be joined by renowned comics, in­clud­ing Si­fiso Nene, Skhumba Hlophe and Kag­iso Mok­gadi.

It will be an­other sold-out show. Over 5 000 peo­ple at­tended the show last year. It’s been get­ting big­ger and big­ger. Au­di­ences can ex­pect the best from their favourite co­me­di­ans and some­thing new from co­me­di­ans they have never seen per­form in Bloem­fontein be­fore.

I am al­ways more ex­cited about the new co­me­di­ans, to see some­one com­pletely un­known get a stand­ing ova­tion from thou­sands of peo­ple is an amaz­ing feel­ing for me.

Lihle Lindsey Msi­mang did that at the last com­edy show and I had to take her to Macufe,” said Kau.

We ve never let the au­di­ence down. Macufe is def­i­nitely the best time to ex­pe­ri­ence the Free State and Bloem­fontein.”

On the mu­sic scene, mu­sos such as Mafik­i­zolo, Lira, Deborah Frazer and Kwesta will per­form.

The fes­ti­val is also pop­u­lar with foot­ball lovers, as Bloem­fontein Celtic take on Kaizer Chiefs in a yearly con­test for the Macufe Cup.

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