Weekly Aweh With Politically Aweh

Weekly Aweh is a new weekly segment on the Politically Aweh Youtube channel. This new segment brings you a lighthearted and funny recap of the week.

The first episode of Weekly Aweh is presented by KG Mokgadi, a veteran South African comic, who has worked aside some of the biggest names in South African comedy like David Kau, Nik Rabinowitz, Riaad Moosa and Marc Lottering. 

The recap of the week is a rollercoaster, beginning with the cigarette ban announced by Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma. 

In the video, we hear more about John Steenhuisen of the DA wanting the lockdown to come to an end. 

Lastly, the segment ends with KG discussing Duduzane and Jacob Zuma's new Youtube series, Zooming with the Zumas. Just what can we expect from their new Youtube series? 

KG gets into this and a lot more. Much like every video on the Politically Aweh channel, the first episode of the Weekly Aweh segment  is nothing short of entertaining. 


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