Riaad Moosa hosts Episode 3, joined by series regular Ambrose Uren.
Riaad performs a sketch about the Mafia trying to break into the avo trade and does a parody of his own unused medical degree.
The second episode of the Comedy Mixtape is hosted by Schalk Bezuidenhout and features a guest performance by Mel Jones.
Hailing from the "New York of the East Rand", Schalk takes us behind the scenes of what it is like to be a social media star.
Tumi Morake is the host of Episode 3 and rising star Phil de Lange shows of his comedy stylings.
Sketches include Tumi's township tour during her time in America, as well as a parody about home schooling kids.
It's everyone's favourite cousin, Barry Hilton, along with guest performer Lazola Gola.
We find out what happens to influencers when they get old and there's an exposé by David Attenborough on what happens when a Karen encounters a manager.
Stuart Taylor takes the reins in this episode, joined by rising comedy star Lunga Tshuka for a guest performance.
There are sketches about vampires who faint at the sight of blood, and old guys who think they're cool.
Nina Hastie hosts this episode which also features a stand-up performance by guest Eugene Matthews.
The episode has sketches about Tinder dates and one about calling in the Ghostbusters to bust those guys who ghosted you.
KG Mokgadi brings the funny along with a special guest performance by Yaseen Barnes.
KG asked the producers to shoot a superhero movie with him as the star. What could possibly go wrong?
South Africa's only Xhosa-speaking Jewish comedian, Nik Rabinowitz takes the reins in this episode with a guest performance by Jaryd Pillay.
We take a closer look at what life is like in this new woke world, as well as why you should never, ever crit a Jewish woman's cooking.
The host this week is Ndumiso Lindi, with guest performer Kate Pinchuck.
He will explain to you exactly why you shouldn't be cheating on your barber. And there's even a little song for him about picking up weight during lockdown.
Rob van Vuuren plays host to the funnies in Episode 10 of the Comedy Mixtape, introducing a special guest performance by Kenwyn Davids.
We take a look at what would happen if there were South African expats as part of the Mars colony, as well as some do's and don'ts when it comes to dating.
Shimmy Isaacs is the host along with rising star Khanyiso Kenqa, who give you a peek at the deleted scenes from the Oprah interview with Meghan and Harry.
There are also other parodies, specially dedicated to women who get catfished.
SA's most famous political puppet turns his hand to the silly and surreal as Conrad Koch and Chester Missing host this episode of the Comedy Mixtape.
Joining him as guest performer is Altaaf Sayed.
As an in-demand social media expert, Chester teaches an African dictator how to use social media to win the elections and takes us behind the scenes of a very wacky kids' entertainer boot camp.
Kurt Schoonraad hosts Episode 13 and is joined by series regular Angel Campey for a guest performance.
In this episode of the Comedy Mixtape, Kurt will dissect what it's like to be pulled over by a cop, why Germans have a tough time in Cape Town and touch on the lighter side of loadshedding.