WATCH: Trevor Noah chats with grandma about childhood, apartheid

Trevor Noah sat down with his grandmother to talk about Nelson Mandela and apartheid.

Trevor Noah sat down with his grandmother to talk about Nelson Mandela and apartheid.

JOHANNESBURG - The Daily Show host Trevor Noah visited his grandmother Nomalizo Frances Noah in Soweto on Monday.

Noah sat down with his 91-year-old grandma to chat about his childhood, her life under apartheid and what exactly he needs to do to get her to watch The Daily Show.

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He gave viewers an “MTV Cribs”-style tour of his grandma’s home.

The comedian hosted the Global Citizens Festival held on Sunday.