Riaad Moosa’s ‘New Material’ returns to the big screen this October

Riaad Moosa’s ‘New Material’ returns to the big screen this October

The award-winning South African comedy, ‘Material’, returns with a sequel in 2021, starring popular comedian, Riaad Moosa. by Erene Roux ABOUT NEW MATERIAL In New Material, a much-loved character, Cassim Kaif, played by Riaad Moosa, continues to

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On Sep 17, 2021
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Gallo acquires stake in Content Connect Africa

Gallo acquires stake in Content Connect Africa

By Butchie Seroto Gallo Music Investments has completed its 45% equity purchase of Africa’s biggest independent content aggregator, Content Connect Africa (CCA). Black Coffee The deal comes more than a year after Black Coffee acquired a significant portion of the

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On Sep 13, 2021
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The Labia sits with the famous Chinese Theatre in LA in world’s most beautiful cinemas

The Labia sits with the famous Chinese Theatre in LA in world’s most beautiful cinemas

Cape Town's Labia Theatre has been recognised as one of the most beautiful cinemas in the world, according to London’s Time Out Magazine. The quirky gem situated on Orange Street in Gardens, sits in a treasure

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On Jul 13, 2021
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Toy Story at 26: how Pixar’s debut evolved tradition rather than abandoning it

Toy Story at 26: how Pixar’s debut evolved tradition rather than abandoning it

The release of Toy Story 26 years ago marked a paradigm shift in animation and cinema history. It was the first full-length feature by Pixar Animation Studios and the world’s first fully computer-animated film. Yet,

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On Jul 2, 2021
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Amazons and warrior princesses on screen – the legacy of Xena 20 years on

FAME Week Africa Jul 2, 2021
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Xena the warrior princess, played by Lucy Lawless, captivated audiences around the world for six

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Going to the cinema in Lagos isn’t just about the movie that’s showing

FAME Week Africa Jul 2, 2021
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Going to the movies is a favourite hobby of many young people in Lagos, Nigeria’s

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Impact of Covid-19 on online entertainment in Africa

FAME Week Africa Jul 2, 2021
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The entertainment industry is worth several billion dollars, which is more than the annual gross

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Entertainment – is there still a place for it in the corporate world?

FAME Week Africa Jul 1, 2021
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With most company's meetings, conferences and events going online, it's hard to believe that you'd

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Support for artists is key to returning to vibrant cultural life post-coronaviruS

FAME Week Africa Jul 1, 2021
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Artists are crucial to the futures we’re imagining beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. The vitality of

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Theatre, live music and other performing arts should be a priority in COVID-19 reopening plans

FAME Week Africa Jul 1, 2021
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Before COVID-19 shutdowns in March 2020, my drama students and I at Carleton University were

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