Here's how you can be interviewed by Trevor Noah on The Daily Show

You'll also be to contributing to his education fund

06 December 2018 - 08:00 By Kyle Zeeman
Trevor Noah will host the Global Citizen Festival in Johannesburg on December 2.
Trevor Noah will host the Global Citizen Festival in Johannesburg on December 2.
Image: Facebook/Trevor Noah

SA-born comedian Trevor Noah is offering fans a chance to be interviewed by him on the set of The Daily Show as part of his charity work and campaign to raise R4-million for girl's education.

Trevor started a crowdfunding page for the initiative last week and has so far raised over R191,000. He has promised to match any donations rand-for-rand up to R2-million.

Trevor shared information about the initiative at the Global Citizen Festival over the weekend and got a pledge of $50-million from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Trevor is not letting up on his efforts to raise funds and launched a competition for people to win an epic trip to New York to appear on the show as a guest.

Here's a full list of what you can win:

Hang out with Trevor Noah and sit down for a one-on-one interview with him after a taping of The Daily Show.

Score two VIP tickets to the show and watch Trevor’s take on the day’s most newsworthy topics from the best seats in the house.

•  Enjoy exclusive green room access and explore Comedy Central's World News Headquarters with a behind-the-scenes tour

Flights to NYC and stay in a 4-star hotel

Donations start at $10 (R138) for 100 entries into the draw and goes up to $500 (R6,890) for 5,000 entries. 

If you don't rate your chances and competitions aren't your thing, you can always donate and get rewards like a signed The Daily Show script, a signed copy of Trevor's book Born a Crime and a personalised video from Trevor.

Check out all the rewards here.

Meanwhile, local radio personality Anele Mdoda has also started a crowdfunding initiative to raise R1.1-million for pit toilets in schools across Mzansi.

So far Anele has raised R127,660 to the effort, after committing R10,000 herself.

She also has rewards for donations and R500 gets your name on a plaque.