And the teams for Sunday's (20 September) Family Feud South Africa are:
- Mthawelanga Nkonzo, the team captain, is better known as Tats Nkonzo. He says he knew he was a comedian when he was six months old, as all the girls loved, kissed and winked at him.
- Lesego Tlhabi is an hilarious vlogger. Her online alter ego is Coconut Kelz.
- Comedian Mojak Lehoko began his career at Cool Runnings/The Underground in Melville in 2009.
- Stand-up comedian Donovan Goliath grew up in the Transkei and he speaks fluent Xhosa.
- Comedian, actress and voice-over artist Tracey-Lee Oliver started singing at the age of three.
The charity they're playing for:
Diketo Inclusive Education, a social enterprise that supports and trains early childhood development (ECD) practitioners and primary school teachers on how to build inclusive education through play and learning.
Their vision is to improve access to this learning for all children, but with a focus on children at risk and those with disabilities.
Team Tight Five
- Team captain Nina Hastie is a stand-up comedian and presenter, with a huge love of tattoos.
- Thembelihle Msimang, better known as Lihle Msimang, is a comedian, actress and writer.
- Mpho ‘Popps’ Modikwane is one of South Africa’s top comedians.
- Often referred to as the queen of Zulu comedy, Celeste Ntuli is also an actress. She has eight siblings.
- Comedian and actor Ebenhaezer Dibakwane won the newcomer award at the Comic’s Choice Awards in 2016
They're playing for:
Ladies Of Hope, a non-profit organisation in Ennerdale, Johannesburg South. The charity sees itself as a beacon of hope with the aim of having a long-lasting impact on disadvantaged and under privileged people in various communities.
Their services include palliative care, counselling and feeding schemes.
Family Feud airs on e.tv at 18h00 on Sundays and repeats on eExtra on Fridays at 16h00.