The Africa Channel grows Africa-based team

TAC Studios, the production arm of The Africa Channel announces the appointment of Mokopi Shale to the position of Senior Development Producer, as part of the Studio’s growing Africa-based team in Johannesburg

Digital disruption in a shifting talent agency landscape

We spoke to Jaryd Hermann, co-founder and Head of Product and Experience at WeCast, South Africa’s first digital talent agency, about digital disruption within what has always been a very traditional landscape

Award-winning Thuli Madonsela doc airs on Showmax for Women’s Month

'Whispering Truth To Power', Shameela Seedat’s documentary about Thuli Madonsela’s last year as South Africa’s public protector, is now streaming first on Showmax

CNN’s African Voices enters new era and extends partnership with Globacom

African Voices is entering a new era in its quest to profile outstanding individuals across the continent with a new name, a new host, a new format and a renewed multi-year partnership with long-term sponsor Globacom

Showmax launches in Nigeria

The video streaming service features a dedicated slate of Nigerian TV shows and movies, international hit series, Hollywood blockbusters, and a Big Brother Naija partnership with live streaming

Three reasons to binge gritty Cape Town cop drama, Die Byl

Cape Town is the South African city with the highest murder and robbery rate, so it’s the logical setting for Season 2 of Die Byl, the gritty Afrikaans cop drama that is now available to binge, first on Showmax

When will Africa arrive on the global stage?

The fourth Nextv CEO Africa conference saw a gathering of a host of top-level industry execs from some of the major international players in the ever-converging world of digital, social media, TV and content platforms

Local illustrators share their views on the latest Strong Black Lead content on Netflix

Three brilliant South African illustrators were shot by the Concept 254 team, sharing thought-provoking insights about being a Strong Black Lead as well as the hardships that women in South Africa face

Reality TV survives and thrives thanks to supply chain management

The terms reality TV and supply chain management rarely appear together. The reality is, however, that the production of popular shows like 'Survivor' is only possible with the most efficient supply chains

SABC honours Pete Knevitt

Pete Knevitt will be taking his final bow from broadcasting, at the end of September 2019, after having served SABC, the public broadcaster, with distinction, since 12 January 1977
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