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Black Panther film hits South African cinemas

The Black Panther has been a protector of Wakanda for generations. And now, it is time to show the outside world who we are."-...

Play Your Part TV series coming soon

The new Play Your Part television series will be broadcast from 26 August on SABC 2. Launched on Wednesday, it explores active citizenship in...

Mandela’s Gun: The story of the first weapon against apartheid

2 November 2016 The film Mandela's Gun tells the story of a young Nelson Mandela and the symbolism of his side-arm weapon. A semiautomatic Makarov...

South Africa turns to cinema to build young entrepreneurs

Thousands of learners in South Africa are taking part in an initiative set up to boost youth entrepreneurship and economic development. Called Step Up 2 a Start Up II, it offers skills, a toolkit and entry into the Maker-preneur of the Year Competition, with bursaries up for grabs.

Free screenings of

South Africans will be able to watch a free morning screening of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom at selected cinemas across the country on 18 July, Nelson Mandela International Day.

Taking matric revision to the big screen

8ta, BHP Biliton and others have partnered to bring EduC8, a nationwide maths and science revision campaign at select Ster Kinekor theatres that is aimed at improving Grade 12 learners' final year examination performances.

Pushing the science envelope

To help grow the number of maths and science pupils in South Africa, says the ministry of education, the private sector has to come to the party.
Education at the movies

Education at the movies

Movie theatre company Ster-Kinekor, in partnership with the US–based Cinema Park Network, has introduced an innovative way to educate young people through entertainment, by bringing the educational programmes of Cinema Park to South Africa.
• Innovative theatre for young minds

Teens take control of their moolah

What is a movie on financial literacy for high school pupils going to achieve for their future? A leading financial services company hopes it will help show them the bigger picture on saving for that future.
Board game makes Aids education fun

e’Lollipop sequel soon for South Africa

The film A Million Colours: e'Lollipop II, depicting the lives of child actors Muntu Ndebele and Norman Knox during the years after their iconic 1975 South African box office hit e'Lollipop, will be released locally in April.
SA film lauded at Canadian Oscars