Comedian Trevor Noah’s Tourism Business Council ad, designed as part of a global campaign to boost South Africa’s tourism, has been officially unveiled on various social media platforms.
In the advertisement, Noah humorously addresses questions about the country, aiming to attract more visitors.
However, controversy surrounds the ad as reports claim Noah will be paid up to 33 million rand for a 5-minute spot. Tourism Minister Patricia de Lille and Noah deny the allegations, though the overall cost of the campaign remains undisclosed.
Despite the controversy, the ad has garnered attention, leaving many in stitches and contributing to discussions about the promotional efforts for South Africa’s tourism industry.
— TBCSA (@TBCZA) November 9, 2023
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