Through his writing and stand up performances Ebenhaezer Dibakwane provides an inordinate narrative describing the world from the point of view of a dandelion sharing a meal with a chihuahua from Fourways going through its mid-life crisis.
1994 saw the birth of what would 20 years later be one of the first comedic voices of the “Born Frees”.
He’s not fully sure how that is so yet, recently becoming a more frequent face on the comedy scene. His big break came when he was acknowledged as the best newcomer by his peers in the Savannah Comics Choice Awards in 2016
Highlights for him include, opening for award winning comedian Dillan Oliphant at his first One Man Show; Oliphant In The Room, being part of the Stand Up 4 Comedy ensemble alongiside Gavin Kelly, Virgil Prins and Mo Mothebe, being billed on the line up of the Comedy Central International Comedy Festival alongside Trevor Noah, Aries Spears, Jeff Ross, Hannibal Buress and African greats like Marc Lottering, Basket Mouth, Carl Joshua Ncube, Eugene Khoza, Tats Nkonzo and more.
He has even been cast as the host of SABC 1’s Walala Wasala and as a featured actor on Ashes to Ashes; attributing a lot of his success to his experience in theatre.
All of which he has bragged about while being profiled by radio stations like YFM, Metro FM, SA FM and others.
Ebenhaezer has been invited to write sketches, perform stand up and act in the groundbreaking musical sketch show, Bantu Hour,which was co hosted by legends, Kagiso Lediga and the late Hugh Masekela, he also wriote and performed on the ANN7 Sports Show; Game On in a segment called Sin Bin.
From nightclub to corporate event, whether conducting a motivational speech or MCing a conference; Ebenhaezer’s fresh and unusual take on life assures his audience a unique experience with possible side effects including painful stomach, breathless lungs, severe headaches and in rare cases; death.