Nothing is more refreshing than diving into the sea on a scorching day. Beyond the shore there's a whole other world, an entire ecosystem going through their routines.
Two-time award-winning South African documentary Doc-U-Mentally is finally available for purchase as a DVD and, let me tell you, you're going to want to get your hands on it. by Grethe Kemp
DFA members have the opportunity to attend SHEFFIELD 2018 as part of the DFA's application to the Department of Trade and Industry's (DTI) Group Export Sector Specific Assistance Scheme (SSAS).
After a bumper 2017 year of awards, nominations and success for the hybrid feature documentary "Alison", the team behind Alison signed with Journeyman Pictures.
The multi-award winning South African film, Strike A Rock, will be storming local cinemas this November after a hugely successful festival run, both locally and abroad.
Bringing the news to our screens and airwaves can be a dangerous pursuit and the brave souls who risk their lives to bring back stories from war zones, violent protests and areas too dangerous for many of us to tread, often do so with higher purpose. For them, it's not just a job.
Following its world premiere at the prestigious FESPACO and recent showing at New York's African Film Festival, Uprize! makes its South African debut by opening up the Johannesburg leg of this year's Encounters Documentary Film Festival.
The time has come for the long and twisted tale of South Africa's energy crisis and the history of its nuclear programme are stories to be told fearlessly and objectively, and most importantly without bias.
Germany is in negotiations with Namibia about the phrasing of the first official apology for General von Trotha's extermination orders that led to the murder of around 100 000 Ovaherero and Nama people between 1904 and 1908 in the German colony of then South West Africa.