And Tumi Morake will be the first African woman to have a stand-up set on Netflix! Halala!
The Nigerian singer was a no-show on Monday night's 'WTFTumi'.
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Morake plans to co-write a movie with her husband, Mpho Osei-Tutu .
The book is expected to lift the lid on her personal life.
The comedian’s publicist, Monica Steyn, said that Morake and her family were doing okay, but were quite shaken.
The accident happened while Morake was on a short left, vacationing with her family.
AfriForum lodged a complaint with the Press Ombudsman, who found in its favour and directed HuffPost SA to apologise to the organisation.
"The complainants targeted Morake's comments, but the discussion was engineered and shaped (to a certain extent) by her co-presenter."
The radio host might think the absence of retribution for apartheid is unfair, but she never okayed violence, the Broadcasting Complaints Commission found.