Not Just Trevor Noah – a 100 Exceptional South Africans.

On the 26 of September 2015 South Africa’s comedic firebrand, the progeny of a South African mother and a chocolate loving’ Swiss father, Trevor Noah will replace John Stewart as the host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. In doing so the ‘day-walker’ has become the talk from Tinsel Town to Tulbagh. But few outside of South Africa (and probably only marginally more within the country) know about the rich history that our nation has in nurturing talents locally and exporting them internationally

This week there will be no insightful article, just one huge infographic that required me taking some serious liberties with the time-space continuum in order to complete on time.

The goal of this infographic is partly to re-inspire South Africans by reminding them of the incredible Saffers that have previously left their indelible marks on the annals of world history (some more well known than others) and partly to show non-South Africans that our little country at the tip of Africa has contributed more to the rich genetic pool of international greats than one coloured comedian, a beautiful actress from Benoni, a crazy white rap duo, a blade runner turned bathroom gunner and one of the most revered statesmen the world has ever known.

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Not just Trevor Noah - a 100 Exceptional South Africans

 

5 thoughts on “Not Just Trevor Noah – a 100 Exceptional South Africans.

    1. Thanks for informing me about Brad Binder, never knew about our own motoGP champion until now. Although he did only win the Moto3 World Championship in 2016 which was after the release of this infographic, but it is good to see more and more young South Africans excelling in the world.

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