The Daily Show has uploaded another teaser video in the lead up to South African comedian Trevor Noah’s debut as host of the popular American television show, this time reassuring viewers that it will still be the same show they’ve always loved.

The award-winning Comedy Central show posted the short video skit on Facebook and described it as Trevor assuring “members of The Best F#@king News Team Ever that nothing is going to change around the office.”

In the video – entitled “Some Say Zebra, Some Say Zebra” – Trevor’s colleagues are seen brandishing a vuvuzela, cricket bat and rugby ball (and what sounds like Australian accents!) as they try to adapt to his South Africanism.

Trevor will replace former host Jon Stewart on 28 September 2015.

Btw – if you’re a South African in Dubai – Trevor announced yesterday that he will be at the Dubai Comedy Festival on 24 October 2015.

WATCH VIDEO – “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah – Some Say Zebra, Some Say Zebra”

If you can’t view the video above in your country, try this…

Trevor Noah assures members of The Best F#@king News Team Ever that nothing is going to change around the office.

Posted by The Daily Show on Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Here’s a little more of Trevor…

WATCH VIDEO: You Obey Traffic Lights?! – Trevor Noah – Live at the Apollo – Series 9 – BBC Comedy Greats

Since the above video is so short, we thought you may still want a little more…so here’s a classic from Trevor Noah’s performance at the Apollo in the UK – comparing the differences between obeying the traffic lights in Britain and Africa.