The festive season is upon us. And as we get ready to let our hair-down and kick our feet up, Debonairs Pizza rolled up its sleeves one last time to launch a meal that would make this year's festive a little more 'feast-ive' - without breaking the bank, of course.
Leon Schuster's new film Frank & Fearless will open at 95 cinemas around the country on Friday, 23 November 2018. Written by Schuster, Gray Hofmeyr and Geoff Newton the story centres on railway chef, Sonny Frank (Schuster), and a ten year old boy, Fearless (Themba Ntuli).
The new campaign for Toyota Aygo from long-standing marketing partner, FCB Joburg, adds television to the mix after historically relying on digital to communicate with the competitively priced car's young and highly aspirational target market.
Gangster tale Mayfair, the fourth film by award-winning director Sara Blecher (Ayanda, Dis Ek Anna, Otelo Burning) opened to rave reviews this past weekend. This comes after several sold-out screenings in London.
One of FCB Africa's sister agencies, FCB Inferno, has launched the latest evolution of its "This Girl Can" campaign with Sport England, entitled "Fit Got Real," which aims to inspire women to have the confidence to be more active to improve both their physical health and mental well-being.
Based on the continued success of local content on its platform, Showmax has been ramping up its catalogue with a steady stream of South African classics recently, from Oscar entries Noem My Skollie and Thina Sobabili to two-time International Emmy nominee Is'Thunzi to Vaya
Afrocentric, inherently cool feature film Riding with Sugar has started shooting in Cape Town and promises to be a visual masterpiece.
The United States film and television industry association and member companies have expressed their support for efforts undertaken by the South African government to transform the industry as part of efforts to redress the imbalances of the past, the trade and industry department (dti) said on Sunday.
Shot in South Africa with Film Afrika, The Last Post is a six-part BBC One series set against the backdrop of the creation of an independent Yemen: a close-up view of army life set in the heat, glamour and extreme danger of Aden in the swinging sixties.
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