Africa has set up an ambitious program to grow the continent's film industry from 5 billion US dollars to 20 billion US dollars, with the potential to create at least twenty million jobs, according to the African Union (AU). By Sarah Kimani
The behind-the-scenes drama at the state’s film funding body continues, with fresh plot twists and explosive new claims.
Showmax and kykNET have released the first trailer for Waterfront, a star-studded family noir set in the dark underbelly of one of South Africa’s most popular tourist attractions.
The call for entries for the much anticipated 12th edition of the South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTAs) brought to you by Mc Café is now open.
A report by professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) released this week on South Africa’s entertainment and media (E&M) industry forecasts the sector’s total revenue to reach R177.9bn by 2021, up from R132.7bn in 2016 with Internet access the key growth driver and expected to account for
Ian Gabriel unearths the layers of what makes the Cameroonian people so unique in a modern, soulful way for Heineken’s beer brand, Mützig. The ad is a true celebration of "What Makes you Cameroonian" done with polished grit and style.
White People Renovating Houses, the first episode of South Park’s 21st season, is now on Showmax, with weekly episodes available fresh from the USA.
More revelations of wasteful expenditure have surfaced at the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF), with senior managers accused of going on taxpayer-funded junkets with their extended families. by Charl Blignaut
In a first of its kind for Port Elizabeth, SABC2 commissioned a local company to produce an Afrikaans sitcom. The sitcom, called Kniediep in die Warm Water, was produced by Sunshine Coast Studios, based in Port Elizabeth. by Ntombesizwe Botha
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