71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards On E!

E! goes Live from The Red Carpet For The 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards this Monday, 23 September 2019 at 00:00 CAT on DStv Channel 124

Giuliana Rancic and Jason Kennedy Return to Co-Host the Network’s Extensive Multi-Platform Coverage Beginning at 00:00 CAT on E! (DStv channel 124)

As the stars come together for television’s biggest night, E! News’ Giuliana Rancic and Jason Kennedy will once again headline E!’s Live From The Red Carpet: The 2019 Emmy Awards to bring fans fun and authentic interviews and the most spontaneous moments with primetime TV’s biggest stars and nominees alongside E! News Style Correspondent Zanna Roberts Rassi, Daily Pop co-host Justin Sylvester and Tanya Rad from iHeartRadio’s 102.7 KIIS FM. E! will provide viewers with the most extensive multi-platform coverage on-air, on digital and across mobile and social live from Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California on Monday 23 September 2019 as coverage begins at 12:00am CAT on E! (DStv channel 124).

The fan-favourite “E! Glambot” also makes its return to the Emmys with music video director and creative director, Cole Walliser, to capture one-of-a-kind red carpet moments in a breath-taking and innovative way, and immersing fans even deeper into all of the action, as it happens.

Coming Up On Carte Blanche – 22 September 2019

On M-Net & M-Net HD [101], Sunday, 22 September 2019 at 19:00 & again on M-Net Plus 1 [901] at 20:00

Identity Thief Busted

As commonplace as identity fraud has become in South Africa, it’s rare to catch the perpetrators in the act. Operating in Johannesburg, a syndicate that has hijacked the identities of several victims country-wide and caused havoc for the companies they tried to defraud, gets the special Carte Blanche treatment as we track down the culprits and join the police in catching the ring-leader red-handed.

Producer: Sasha Schwendenwein
Presenter: Masa Kekana

Waiting to Exhale – the Historic Silicosis Settlement

Since July news of the largest ever class-action settlement in the history of the gold-mining industry has begun permeating the furthest corners of South Africa, where thousands of former mine workers have waited for decades to hear how much their suffering is worth. Around 500,000 breadwinners and their families, hard-hit by silicosis and tuberculosis from working on the mines, were awarded R5 billion collectively in a lawsuit against six of the gold mining giants who operated around 35 of the largest mines. Meeting some of the families who have been waiting, Carte Blanche asks whether the victory can change lives.

Producer: Julian Sun
Presenter: Claire Mawisa

Diesel Skimming

Have you heard of diesel skimming? It’s a little-known, illegal operation where hundreds of truck drivers make unscheduled pit stops to allow criminals to siphon off several litres of fuel from their trucks in exchange for hard cash. The transaction is quick. The money is easy. And it’s unsuspecting consumers who could be forking out extra in transport fees. Carte Blanche goes undercover to expose one major syndicate on Johannesburg’s East Rand.

Producer: Nicky Troll
Presenter: Derek Watts
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Chernobyl’s Babushkas

The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone is contaminated, with radiation levels fluctuating from one area to another. A few minutes of unprotected exposure to areas near the core of the infamous Reactor Four that exploded at Chernobyl in 1986 would cause near-instant death. Less toxic but still hazardous, some places around the power plant remain radiation hot-spots even 30 years after the disaster. While experts warn against spending too much time there – almost 200 people, mainly women, still call this home. In a South African television first, Carte Blanche heads into the site of the world’s worst nuclear disaster, and meets one of its grittiest survivors, right on her doorstep.

Producer and Presenter: John Webb
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Line-ups are subject to change. Stories can be viewed at www.carteblanche.co.za.

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Academy’s Science And Technology Council Adds 7 New Members

Bill Baggelaar, Brooke Breton, Buzz Hays, Arjun Ramamurthy, Rachel Rose, Dave Schnuelle and Mandy Walker have accepted invitations to join the Science and Technology Council of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, bringing the Council’s 2019–2020 membership roster to 25.

As senior vice president, production and post-production technologies for Sony Pictures Entertainment, Baggelaar is helping to forge the future in theatrical and television production by using advanced workflows for on-set capture to post-production, digital color correction and video mastering. He has been instrumental in driving the studio’s transition to IMF (Interoperable Master Format) for 4K/UHD and HD delivery. He also is responsible for driving new technologies like high dynamic range (HDR), virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) from creation to consumer delivery. Baggelaar is an Academy Member-at-Large.

Breton has served as a producer on a wide variety of technologically innovative live action and animated motion pictures and television series. Over the span of her career, she has had the opportunity to be involved with such feature films as “Avatar,” “Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow,” “Master and Commander,” “Solaris,” “Dick Tracy” and several “Star Trek” feature films, as well as television series including “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” Breton has also been instrumental in launching several important ventures in the visual effects industry, including James Cameron’s visual effects house Digital Domain and DreamWorks Animation. She is a member of the Academy’s Visual Effects Branch.

Hays leads the Media and Entertainment team at Google Cloud Solutions and is a leading expert on advanced imaging production and technology in visual effects, immersive technologies (AR/VR), high frame rate (HFR), high dynamic range (HDR), and stereoscopic platforms for film, television, and gaming. Previously, he served as head of product at Lytro, a Light Field camera systems company, and as senior vice president of 3D production for Sony Corporation. At Lucasfilm, he led the research and development efforts under George Lucas at the THX Division, where he supervised the design and construction of more than 600 cinemas, screening rooms and dubbing theaters. Hays is an Academy Member-at-Large.

Ramamurthy is currently senior vice president of technology at Twentieth Century Fox/Disney. In that capacity, he is responsible for outlining and defining the next generation workflow and technology used for feature and television post-production, digital content processing, and downstream distribution and digital archiving. Ramamurthy has more than 25 years of experience in the post-production industry, having worked previously at Deluxe’s EFILM facility and at Warner Bros. in technical operations and feature animation. He is an active member of SMPTE and IEEE and has contributed to a variety of technical committees and standards. He holds several patents in the area of digital image processing and media post-production. Ramamurthy is an Academy Member-at-Large and a fellow of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers.

Rose, an R&D Supervisor at Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), drives technology that aids artists in the creation and animation of characters for feature films. In her 12 years at ILM, she has worked on a wide range of films, including “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” “Noah” and “Rango.” Prior to her tenure at ILM, Rose earned her Ph.D. in computer graphics animation. Her work on BlockParty, a visual, procedural rigging system, earned her a Technical Achievement Award from the Academy in 2017. She is a member of the Academy’s Visual Effects Branch.

Schnuelle is vice president of technology for Dolby Laboratories, where he is responsible for guidance and outreach in Dolby’s efforts in both digital cinema and consumer imaging areas. He has received awards for the development of the Dolby Professional Reference Monitor and the Dolby 3D stereoscopic cinema system. Prior to joining Dolby Laboratories, he was director of technology for Lucasfilm Ltd.’s THX Division, where he established the THX Digital Mastering Program and designed the international digital cinema exhibitions of “Star Wars” movies “Episode 1” and “Episode 2.” Schnuelle has received five patents for his work during that period, and is active in image technology research and the perception of images. He is an Academy Member-at-Large and a fellow of Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers.

Walker’s credits as director of photography include “The Mountain between Us,” “Hidden Figures,” “Truth,” “Australia,” “Shattered Glass” and “Lantana.” She was inducted into the Hall of Fame for the Australian Cinematographers Society in 2017 and was an artist in residence at UCLA in 2015. Walker has been an Academy member since 2009 and serves as a governor of the Cinematographers Branch.

The Council co-chairs for 2019–2020 are Visual Effects Branch governor Craig Barron and Member-at-Large Annie Chang.

The Council’s 16 other returning members are David Ayer, John Bailey, Nafees Bin Zafar, Rod Bogart, Maryann Brandon, Bill Corso, Theo Gluck, Leslie Iwerks, Andrea Kalas, Academy governor John Knoll, Colette Mullenhoff, Cary Phillips, Leon Silverman, Jeffrey Taylor, Academy governor Michael Tronick and Steve Yedlin.

Established in 2003 by the Academy’s Board of Governors, the Science and Technology Council provides a forum for the exchange of information, promotes cooperation among diverse technological interests within the industry, sponsors publications, fosters educational activities, and preserves the history of the science and technology of motion pictures.

Rise In Red Releases New Inspirational Single

“VOICES is about allowing yourself to dream and to live the life you were meant to. It is about renewing and opening your mind to the possibilities that the world has to offer,” explains rock group RISE IN RED’s lead guitarist, Jayson Reynolds, about the meaning behind their new single that has just been released.

With its universal message of hope, the band’s latest offering remains true to their signature alternative rock sound and is meant to inspire fans to shrug off their personal doubts and fears and to combat negative culture with light.

“Jayson came up with the original composition. It was one of those instant goose bump moments when the rest of the band heard it. We then got together to brainstorm about the lyrics, which were completed soon thereafter,” adds lead singer and rhythm guitarist, Dustin McCrindle. “We fully acknowledge that everyone has struggles, we just don’t believe that it is healthy to stay in a dark state of mind or put too much focus on the bad. See the bad stuff and deal with it. Yes! But do not allow it to consume your thoughts.”

According to the group, which also consists of Jaco Novella (drummer) and Pierre du Toit (bassist), VOICES was the first song they recorded in studio and apparently it is also a big hit with the ladies at their shows. “For some reason they really seem to like it! The verses boast a catchy modern tune and the chorus has a big anthem vibe. It is a belter that people enjoy singing along to,” says McCrindle.

The new single follows in the successful footsteps of their previous release, In Between The Lines, which is also the title track of their album. This song not only got play-listed on various national and Australian radio stations, but also topped the charts of Kovsie FM (97.0FM) and Die Strandloper, Australia (94.7FM) and featured on the hit parades of various other stations, including PUK FM (93.6FM). The music video, filmed and produced by Reblex Photography’s Llewellyn Lloyd, was also very well received.

Both singles are available on their debut album that contains eleven original tracks. While presenting a good variety of sounds, the songs work well together to form a whole and offers a broad spectrum of the group’s musical abilities instead of a one-dimensional experience. It not only showcases their modern take on rock music, but also offers a variety of sounds and emotions, which is sure to be good for the soul.

RISE IN RED is a versatile Bloemfontein-based alternative rock band, which has made a name for themselves with their inspiring lyrics and captivating stage presence. It was founded by Reynolds, McCrindle, drummer Jaco Novella and bassist Kyle Bath in 2010 as a project primarily focused on song writing and production.

Their name came from Reynolds. “We are all Christians and our inspiration for writing songs is always centred on our beliefs. That’s why we focus on bringing a message of hope. Our name appeals to listeners to stand up (rise) for what they believe in,” he says.

The band developed and established its unique sound and vision and moved towards live performances at the beginning 2015; the most notable of which was performing with Prime Circle during their ‘Let the Night In’ album tour. They have also played alongside aKing, Dan Patlansky, Francois Van Coke and other notable acts. In 2018, Pierre du Toit joined RISE IN RED as the bassist for the band.

In addition to finalising their tour schedule for the coming year and planning their new music video, RISE IN RED has also been busy creating some awesome content for their YouTube channel with the help of band mentor Damian Keyes. Fans and guitar enthusiasts can look forward to very informative how-to-videos by Jayson, behind-the-scenes footage and lots more. Follow them on social media to stay posted!

The single is available on their album here:

Spotify: spotify.riseinred.com
Apple: apple.riseinred.com
Deezer: deezer.riseinred.com
YouTube: youtube.riseinred.com

Local Reality Series “Outpatients 2” Premieres On FOX Life This October

FOX Life viewers can look forward to a second season of the popular local reality series, Outpatients, set to premiere on the channel on 2 October, DStv Channel 126. Dr Cathy Davies is back for another round of compelling medical cases which she treats with her unique combination of aesthetic medicine expertise, as well as her huge heart.

The talented Dr Cathy is a medical doctor with a passion for aesthetics, who runs a successful practise in Johannesburg, where she transforms the lives of ordinary people and celebrities alike. With the help of incredible professionals, cutting-edge technology and innovative medicine, she tackles the unique challenges of her patients. Outpatients follows her modern approach to aesthetic procedures through a variety of cases that range from the heart-wrenching to the more cosmetic.

“Aesthetic medicine is about giving patients back their confidence,” says Dr Cathy. “Whether there’s something they wish to alter about their physical appearance that they feel is holding them back, or we have an opportunity to restore their bodies after experiencing life-changing trauma, the effects transcend the purely aesthetic benefits”.

The cases featured in Outpatients are life changing. From helping victims of scalp injuries, facial paralysis, addiction, dog bite attacks and an acid burn injury, no challenge is too great for this doctor. In this season, after hearing the horrifying tale of triathlete Mhlengi Gwala, who survived a violent attack, Dr Cathy jumps in to help him to return to his sport. Viewers will also get to experience her launching a support group for youngsters suffering from Alopecia, a devastating condition which can cause total hair loss.

On a lighter note, tune in to see how Dr Cathy helps Khanyi Mbau get a little more ‘voluptuous’ and helps a transgender woman boost her femininity with lip fillers. Teaming up with stylish celebrities, she also explores the new technology that has the potential to make armpit sweat a thing of the past.

“From purely aesthetic scenarios to debilitating ailments and injuries, ​no task is beyond this South African doctor with her determination to make a difference. Viewers will be riveted by the incredible cases that she takes on in this new season” said Evert Van Der Veer, for Media Networks, The Walt Disney Company Africa. The second season of Outpatients will premiere on Wednesday 2 October 2019 on FOX Life (DSTV 126) at 19:55 CAT.

Outpatients was produced and is exclusively distributed by NV Studios.

Knuckle City Journey To Oscars Kicks Off In Eastern Cape On 20 September

SA film about a fighter from Mdantsane gives a glimpse into the life of one of SA’s largest and oldest townships

‘Knuckle City’, the new movie by acclaimed director Jahmil X.T. Qubeka, and South Africa’s official Oscar submission for the 2020 Academy Awards, is set to put the Eastern Cape on the map.

A cultural melting pot, the rich heritage and diversity of the Eastern Cape with its vibrant people, and magnificent sights are what make this region so unique. The birthplace of legends like Steve Biko, Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki, the province is the traditional home of the Xhosa people. But it’s also given rise to a phenomenally successful boxing culture, with Mdantsane and neighbouring East London known as ‘The boxing mecca’ of South Africa.

It’s this fascinating phenomenon that lies at the heart of Qubeka’s hard-hitting film. For more than three decades, Mdantsane has produced no less than 20 boxing world champions and more than 50 national champions, which provided the fodder for the plot. Beginning in 1994, ‘Knuckle City’ tells the story of Dudu Nyakama (Bongile Mantsai), an aging, womanising, professional boxer from the township and his career-criminal brother Duke (Thembekile Komani) who take one last shot at success and get more than they’ve bargained for.

Qubeka says the energy of the Mdantsane landscape and the visceral fight for survival that is palpable on the streets inspired in him a deep yearning to chronicle the lives of its people through film. “It is my intention to capture the essence of life in Mdantsane, and the restless pursuit of being a champion within a society that often dictates you are a failure. I am determined to give audiences a glimpse into a world rarely seen, and a deeper understanding of the multi-faceted individuals inhabiting our land.”

Appropriately, the gritty crime drama starts its Oscar qualifying run at Ster-Kinekor Baywest Mall in Port Elizabeth. The film will screen from 20 to 26 September to make it eligible for the Academy Awards in the category of Best International Feature Film.

Eastern Cape Premiere Oscar Mabuyane, says the government is proud to have provided funding for ‘Knuckle City’ given the role that Jahmil Qubeka is playing in the advancement of the film industry in the province. “The film pays tribute to our local heroes, while also delving deep into the reality of their lives. The Eastern Cape Provincial Government is delighted that the film will screen at home first, and we wish the producers and the cast a successful road to Hollywood.”

Producer Layla Swart, co-owner of Yellowbone Entertainment production house, says it’s only fitting that its Oscar journey kicks off in the Eastern Cape. “Not only is the film a story about Mdantsane, but Jahmil himself was born there and the film pays homage to the many champions who fought all the odds to escape poverty,” Swart says. “The film will be playing to sold out shows and the people who provided the inspiration for the story will get to see it first, before it gets to Hollywood. When the film releases countrywide on 27 December, it will show at all Eastern Cape cinemas.”

‘Knuckle City’ is distributed in South Africa by Indigenous Film Distribution (IFD). “The first public screening of the film was hosted at Movies@Hemingways in East London on 20 August and it was packed to the rafters,” says Helen Kuun, MD of IFD. “We are taking this film to the people, much like we did with previous Oscar winner ‘Tsotsi’ in 2005.”

The film had its world premiere in the Contemporary World Cinema programme at the prestigious Toronto International film Festival (TIFF) in September, where it screened to much international acclaim. No stranger to TIFF, Qubeka’s ‘Sew the Winter to My Skin’ played in Toronto last year, and ‘Of Good Report’ screened in 2013.

‘Knuckle City’ was also the opener of the 40th Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) in July and received a standing ovation from the audience at the end. Bongile Mantsai won best actor at DIFF for his role as the boxer. ‘Knuckle City’ also stars Siv Ngesi, Faniswa Yisa, Awethu Hleli, Nomhle Nkonyeni, Zolisa Xaluva, Owen Sejake and Angela Sithole.

‘Knuckle City’ was co-produced by Yellowbone Entertainment and Mzansi Magic. It was funded by the Department of Trade and Industry, The National Empowerment Fund (NEF), The Eastern Cape Development Corporation, and the NFVF.

‘Knuckle City’ opens in cinemas in South Africa on 27 December 2019.

Indigenous Film Distribution

Nicholis Louw Releases Striking Rendition Of “World In Union” Featuring Liezel Pieters

Nothing brings a country together more like sports and good music. With the Rugby World Cup vastly approaching, it is only fitting to support this historic event with a song that has become synonymous with victory and reconciliation.

Acclaimed and versatile super star, Nicholis Louw, and the highly gifted and talented singer, Liezel Pieters, have joined forces to release a heartfelt cover of the 1995 PJ Powers and Lady Smith Black Mambazo hit, WORLD IN UNION (previously recorded by Kiri Te Kanawa), which will not only satisfy the most critical ear, but will also transport listeners back to a time when this trophy brought hope to our nation.

“WORLD IN UNION is one of those big, epic songs that I have always wanted to cover. This year’s Rugby World Cup tournament provided the perfect opportunity to do so and I hope that our version will blow audiences away,” Louw explains about his decision to record this single. “Liezel Pieters is one of the few female vocalists who can really sing this song. I think she is one of the best upcoming artists in the country and that she has a very bright future in the local music industry. ”

According to the singer, WORLD IN UNION; with lyrics written by Charlie Skarbek and melody taken from the middle section of Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity, a movement from Gustav Holst’s The Planets; is such a popular song throughout the world. Therefore, he believes that their version will also be very well received.

More than sixteen years in the music industry, various music awards and nominations, numerous number one hits on the radio and various albums with multi-platinum sales, have secured Nicholis Louw a permanent place in the South African entertainment industry.

The artist, best-known for his vibrant stage personality and highly entertaining performances, made his debut in the music industry in 2003 with his first album, My Hart Is Aan Die Brand, which was exceptionally well received. This was followed by eight very successful releases – Rock Daai Lyfie (2005), Hier Naby Jou (2007), Vergeet en Vergewe (2008), Elvis On My Mind (2008), Energie (2009), Ek Is Daar Vir Jou (2011), Gebed Van ’n Sondaar (2012) and So Rock Ons Die Wêreld Reg (2014) – which achieved gold, platinum, double-platinum, and triple-platinum sales. Some of his biggest hits include Ek wil my baby hê vanaand, Rock Daai Lyfie, Generaal, and many more.

Performing eighty to ninety shows per year, this versatile musician is constantly adding new elements to his repertoire, which already includes rock, pop, country and big ballads, and always manages to seamlessly incorporate classical elements into his shows, placing him in a league of his own.

Liezel Pieters is described as the Laura Branigan of Afrikaans music and has performed in numerous Barnyard productions over the years. Her strong voice won her a place in the Krone 2 music show in 2014, which opened many doors for her in the industry. Sing My Hart Uit, her debut album, was released in 2017 and delivered several successful singles, including Asemloos and Droë Riviere. The music video of her song, Droë Riviere, did incredibly well and has had more than a million views on YouTube. In Ons Bloed, her latest single was released in March 2019.

Nicholis Louw and Liezel Pieters’s voices are the perfect match in their gripping rendition of WORLD IN UNION. The song is a remarkable tribute to a sport with a rich culture and tradition and will also remind listeners to stand together when all seems hopeless. It’s definitely the perfect way to kick-start the 2019 Rugby World festivities and a must-have single for every rugby fan’s playlist.

The song will be released on all digital platforms soon.

National Geographic Activation At Comic Con Africa 2019

Nat Geo Kids Weird But True Exhibition

Explore our weird and wonderful world through a selection of interactive, educational exhibits from the Nat Geo Kids Weird but True exhibition, which opened earlier this year at the Sci-Bono Discovery Centre, at the very first “Kid Con 2019.” This entertaining, brain-building, visually stunning interactive exhibition unlocks child-like wonder for all ages. Based on the wildly successful Nat Geo Kids magazine feature and a best-selling series of books, the facts and interactive features cover a broad range of topics including science, food, pop culture, and more.

Kid Con, which part of Comic Con Africa, takes place 21 – 24 September 2019 at Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, Gauteng.

FOX Activations At Comic Con Africa 2019

FOX fans can look forward to the following activations at Comic Con Africa 2019:

The Walking Dead

Fans of The Walking Dead are invited to look through a peep hole to watch exclusive content from the post-apocalyptic The Walking Dead series, if you dare. Limited edition airbrush tattoos will be given away to participants.

This activation is brought to you by FOX and Showmax.

The Walking Dead S10 premieres on FOX, DSTV 125, Mondays at 03:00 (simulcast with the USA) and at 20:45 CAT, from 7 October 2019. Seasons 1 – 9 can now be binged on Showmax while you prepare for the Whisperers to return.

American Dad and Family Guy

Ever dreamed of being the voice of Roger, Stan or Steve in American Dad, or Stewie, Peter or Meg in Family Guy? Look out for the American Dad and Family Guy sound booths where fans can listen to scripts for scenes in this show. Dub a character with your voice and get a link to share the clip with your recording on social media.

AMERICAN DAD: Join the Smith family for the "In Country…Club" season premiere episode of AMERICAN DAD airing Sunday, Sept 27 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. AMERICAN DAD ™ and © 2009 TCFFC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

American Dad broadcasts Monday – Friday 16:10 CAT on FOX.
Family Guy broadcasts broadcasts Monday – Friday 17:00 CAT on FOX.

FAMILY GUY: The Griffin Family: (L-R) Brian, Lois, Stewie, Peter, Meg and Chris in FAMILY GUY part of Sunday’s ANIMATION DOMINATION on FOX. FAMILY GUY ™ and © 2010 TTCFFC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

War of the Worlds

In the passage between the gaming hall and the main hall, fans of the Orson Wells classic will experience the look and feel of the new series indicating what to expect from this much anticipated, upcoming production.

War of the Worlds premieres soon on FOX, starring Elizabeth McGovern, Gabriel Byrne and Lea Drucker.

Comic Con Africa takes place from 21 – 24 September 2019 at Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, Gauteng.

Pavarotti, The Film, Comes To Ster-Kinekor Theatres This Heritage Day

Pavarotti, a tribute documentary by Academy Award® winning Ron Howard featuring rare footage, peak performances and dozens of new interviews, will show exclusively at select Ster-Kinekor cinemas this Heritage Day, 24 September.

Released by Gravel Road Distribution Group, CBS Films, Polygram Entertainment and Brian Grazer present Pavarotti, an Imagine Entertainment, White Horse Pictures production of a Ron Howard film. The award-winning filmmaking team behind the hit documentary The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years turns to another musical phenomenon with Pavarotti, an in-depth, no holds barred look at the life, career and lasting legacy of the musical icon.

Enjoy this exclusive Ster-Kinekor experience at the following cinemas:

  • Rosebank Nouveau
  • Brooklyn Nouveau
  • V&A Nouveau
  • Cedar Square
  • Bedford Centre
  • Gateway
  • Tygervalley
  • Blue Route
  • Somerset Mall
  • Garden Route

Book now to catch this intimate portrait of a phenomenal star: visit www.sterkinekor.com, download the SK App, or book at the box office. For news and updates, go to Facebook page: Ster-Kinekor and follow Ster-Kinekor on Twitter: @sterkinekor or @nouveaubuzz. For all queries, call Ticketline on 0861 Movies (668 437).

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