Nambabwean DVDs out now

31 August 2018 | Art and Entertainment

Comedian Courage has had quite the exciting journey… to the point of him documenting it all. In 2016 he hosted his first one-man show titled Nambabwean at the NTN, which was a huge success.

The show was filmed and recorded for resale and finally DVDs have been made available. Courage the Comedian had a question and answer session with tjil about the Nambabwean DVD and this is how it went down.



tjil (t): What are your fondest memories from that night?

Courage the Comedian (CTC): My fondest memories from the event were having my friends, lecturers and NTN giving me the support to pull it off. I don't think I will get over my parents for surprising me by flying all the way from Zimbabwe for the show.

t: Why did you decide to make a DVD from the show?

CTC: I've always wanted my first solo project to be documented. This symbolises the beginning as the show talks about who I am, where I come from as a person, and my journey as a comic.



t: Why did it take two years to complete?

CTC: It was going to be released last year but there where were complications with the first printer of choice. I guess everything happens for a reason and this is the time God chose for this DVd to be released.



t: What can your fans expect?

CTC: Fans can expect the stories that will take them back to their childhood, from relationships, break-ups, school fights, and high school days. I also tackle the first impressions other nationals have of Namibians when they get here and what makes a Zimbabwean tick.



t: Where is it available and are you likely to do the same for your future shows?

CTC: It's available from me because I love to personally hand over my work to the clients. The DVDs are going for N$100 and people can call me on 081 714 2680 for a copy or reach me on social media.

June Shimuoshili

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