Forgiveness gains new audiences

Positive word of mouth from Festivals and audiences has served to provide Forgiveness with unexpected audiences

NFVF Short Film Contests extended

Over three months ago, the NFVF announced two innovative short film contests in a bid to provide a voice for women filmmakers and black filmmakers using indigenous languages

South Africa DTH changes

The European Television Guild has compiled a report on applications to South Africa Independent Communications Authority (ICASA) for new pay TV licences.

NFVF Short Film Contests extended

Over three months ago, the NFVF announced two innovative short film contests in a bid to provide a voice for women filmmakers and black filmmakers using indigenous languages

Sentech CEO honoured

Sentech CEO, Dr Sebiletso Mokane-Matabane has been awarded Top ICT Business Woman in Africa 2006 at The African ICT Achievers Awards held in Sandton on 25 November 2006

Great response to Naspers BEE share investment

Naspers Limited (JSE: NPN, NASDAQ: NPSN), announced the results of black economic empowerment schemes at Media24 and MultiChoice South Africa on Monday 27 November.

Legalamitlwa leaves Encounters

Director of the Encounters South African International Documentary Festival, Joan Legalamitlwa, will be leaving Encounters and Cape Town to pursue cultural ventures in the North West province.

SACOD convenes

Developmental filmmakers from South Africa, Angola, Zambia, Swaziland, Madagascar, Zanzibar and Zimbabwe gathered in Gauteng over the weekend (24 to 26 November) for the annual Southern Africa Communications for Development (SACOD) Forum.

Borat gets nominated

In a truly ironic twist, Sacha Baron Cohen, the British comedian whose alter egos Borat and Ali G have alternately amused and offended audiences all over the world, has been nominated for a national award in Kazakhstan for his latest film, "Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan'.

Borat gets nominated

In a truly ironic twist, Sacha Baron Cohen, the British comedian whose alter egos Borat and Ali G have alternately amused and offended audiences all over the world, has been nominated for a national award in Kazakhstan for his latest film, "Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan".
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