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The River Wins Big at The SAFTA’s!

The telenovela’s spine chilling production gets the honours.

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The ongoing national Lockdown may have disrupted everything that can’t go ahead with the haulting of operations across most industries, but the South African Film and Television awards weren’t about to skip this year’s shindig.

In line with the rise of entertainment experiences that are being put online, this year’s SAFTA’s, hosted by Dineo Ranaka, took place virtually.

It’s here that The River scooped no less than ten gongs for their stellar delivery of riveting storylines, a brilliant cast and an overall top notch production.

The 1Magic telenovela, which is produced by Tshedza Pictures, took home a bunch of prestigious trophies in 10 categories, which include Best Achievement awards in Scriptwriting, Telenovela and amongst others Best Editing.

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Sindi Dlathu, whose portrayal of the ruthless Lindiwe recently helped her scoop the Favourite TV Actress award at the DStv Viewers’ Choice Awards, triumphed once more as she received the Best Actress in a Telenovela award. On The River, Dlathu has displayed range in her ability to embody her multi dimensional character.

The actress can seamlessly switch from being a calculating and ruthless boss lady to being a vulnerable pariah navigating a devastating fall from grace with finesse.

The telenovela got another nod for the cast’s acting chops as Mary-Anne Barlow walked away with the Best Supporting Actress – Telenovela award.

Other big winners included Florence Masebe, who received the Best Actress – Drama award. Recently, Masebe has been elevating the conversation about the funding and fair treatment of those who work in the South African creative industry. Mzansi Magic has yet to announce whether or not the popular drama series has been commissioned for another season.

Bongani Mantsai took the Best Actor award in a TV Soap for his performance on Scandal! The soapie is the highest rated show on e.tv and has been churning out riveting plots in recent episodes.

The channel’s focus on quality production was also highlighted when Rhythm City scooped the Best Supporting Actress in a TV soap (Kgomotso Christopher), Best Supporting Actor in a TV Soap for Mncedisi Shabangu, as well the Best TV Soap award.  Imbewu won Most Popular TV Soap/Telenovela gong.

And a bit of a rough April, what with being charged for spreading fake news by the minister of transport Fikile Mbalula in one hell of a shocker, Somizi has a lot to smile about. In it’s 4th season, his reality show Living The Dream With Somizi scooped the award for Best Structured or Docu-reality Show.

The season was a refreshing chronicle of Somizi and Mohale’s journey to marriage. We got glimpses of how the couple navigated their journey as a gay couple wanting to get hitched in a landscape that be sometimes fiercely heterosexist. Their journey culminated to their Showmax Wedding Special. 

FULL LIST OF SAFTA 2021 WINNERS

  • Best Short Film: The Letter Reader
  • Best Student Film: Moya
  • Best Achievement in Directing – Telenovela: The River
  • Best Achievement in Directing – TV Soap: Rhythm City
  • Best Achievement in Scriptwriting – Telenovela: The River
  • Best Achievement in Scriptwriting – TV Soap: Getroud met Rugby
  • Best Achievement In Original Music/Score – Telenovela: Isibaya
  • Best Achievement in Editing – Telenovela: The River
  • Best Achievement in Sound – TV Soap/Telenovela: The River
  • Best Achievement in Cinematography – Telenovela: The River
  • Best Achievement in Wardrobe – TV Soap/Telenovela: The River
  • Best Achievement in  Make-Up and Hairstyling – TV Soap/Telenovela: The River
  • Best Achievement in Art Direction – TV Soap/Telenovela: Arendsvlei
  • Best Actress – Telenovela: Sindi Dlathu – The River
  • Best Actor – Telenovela: Roberto Kyle- Arendsvl
  • Best Supporting Actress – Telenovela: Mary-Anne Barlow – The River
  • Best Supporting Actor – Telenovela: Loyiso MacDonald – The Queen
  • Best Actress – TV Soap: Denise Newman – Suidooster
  • Best Actor – TV Soap: Bongile Mantsai – Scandal!
  • Best Supporting Actress – TV Soap: Kgomotso Christopher – Scandal!
  • Best Supporting Actor – TV Soap: Mncedisi Shabangu – Rhythm City
  • Best TV Soap: Rhythm City
  • Best Telenovela: The River
  • Best Achievement in Directing – TV Drama: The Republic
  • Best Achievement in Scriptwriting – TV Drama: The Republic
  • Best Achievement in Editing – TV Drama: Spreeus
  • Best Achievement in Sound – TV Drama: The Republic
  • Best  Achievement in Original Music/Score – TV Drama: Spreeus
  • Best Achievement in Art Direction – TV Drama: Shadow
  • Best Achievement in Wardrobe – TV Drama: Ifalakhe
  • Best Achievement in Make-Up and Hairstyling – TV Drama: Ifalakhe
  • Best Achievement in Cinematography – TV Drama: The Republic
  • Best Actress – TV Drama: Florence Masebe – The Republic
  • Best Actor – TV Drama: Wiseman Mncube – eHostela
  • Best Supporting Actress – TV Drama: Brenda Ngxoli – iThemba
  • Best Supporting Actor – TV Drama: Seputla Sebogodi – The Republic
  • Best TV Drama: The Republic
  • Best Achievement in Directing – Documentary Feature: Buddha in Africa
  • Best Achievement in Cinematography – Documentary: The Sound of Masks
  • Best Achievement in Editing – Documentary: The Fun’s Not Over: The James Phillips Story
  • Best Achievement in Sound – Documentary Feature: Dying for Gold
  • Best Documentary Feature: Buddha in Africa
  • Best Natural History and Environmental Programme: STROOP: Journey into the Rhino Horn War
  • Discretionary Award – Natural History and Environmental Programme on Innovative Research: Cave Crocs of Gabon
  • Best Children’s Programme: Words and Numbers Series 9
  • Best Competition Reality ShowUltimate Braai Master
  • Best Structured or Docu-reality Show: Living The Dream With Somizi Season 4
  • Best International Format Show: Celebrity Game Night S1
  • Best Factual & Educational Programme: Op Seer Se Spoor
  • Best Current Affairs Programme: Checkpoint – Work Hazards
  • Best Variety Show: Mooi
  • Best Youth Programme: MTV Shuga Down South 2
  • Best Entertainment Programme: Emo 30 Jaar In Musiek
  • Best Lifestyle Programme: Elders: Japan
  • Best Made for TV Movie: Droomman
  • Best Achievement in Directing – Feature Film: Knuckle City
  • Best Achievement in Scriptwriting – Feature Film: Fiela se Kind
  • Best Achievement in Cinematography – Feature Film: Die Verhaal van Racheltjie de Beer
  • Best Achievement in Sound Design – Feature Film: Die Verhaal van Racheltjie de Beer
  • Best Achievement in Original Music/Score – Feature Film: Die Verhaal van Racheltjie de Beer
  • Best Achievement in Editing – Feature Film: Knuckle City
  • Best Achievement in  Production Design – Feature Film: Knuckle City
  • Best Achievement in Costume Design – Feature Film: Back of the Moon
  • Best Achievement in Make-Up and Hairstyling – Feature Film: Knuckle City
  • Best Actress – Feature Film: Clementine Mosimane –Poppie Nongena
  • Best Actor – Feature Film: Bongile Mantsai – Knuckle City
  • Best Supporting Actress – Feature Film: Anna-Mart van der Merwe –Poppie Nongena
  • Best Supporting Actor – Feature Film: Patrick Ndlovu – Knuckle City
  • Best Feature Film: Fiela se Kind
  • Lifetime Achiever Award: Thembi Mtshali-Jones
  • Youth Achiever Award: Thabo Welcome
  • Outstanding Person with Disability Contributor Award: Boitsheko Keabetswe Malebo Matlhage
  • Outstanding Provincial Contributor Award: Luzuko Dilima
  • Emerging Filmmaker Award: Vusi Africa Sindane
  • Best TV Presenter: Entle Bizana – Hectic on 3
  • Most Popular TV Soap/Telenovela: Imbewu

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The Bachelorette SA Qiniso Chooses Gareth

Deets on everything that unfolded at The Bachelorette SA Finale

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For weeks on end, fans of The Bachelorette South Africa were kept in the dark about which potential suitor stole Qiniso Van Damme’s heart. The choice was simple, pick between Henk (Swazi) Nel and Gareth Ehret to sail off into the sunset. For one, the fairy-tale ending was about to commence, while for the other, weeks of courting would’ve amounted to nothing.

That’s the name of the game! 

In the end, The Bachelorette handed the final rose to Gareth. The 27 year old digital marketer, in return, gave her a beautiful Jack Friedman ring as a symbol of his love and commitment. The finale was an emotional rollercoaster for viewers of the reality show. One could only imagine the emotional toll that the entire season was for the bachelorette.

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Before she took her decision, Qiniso went on final dates with both men and each had the chance to meet Qiniso’s family, which consisted of her sister, brother and mother. After some intense and fun conversations, it seemed that some of the family had really taken a liking to Swazi, but they stated that the final decision would rest with her.

The Bachelorette SA Finale

Unfortunately for 29-year-old cricketer Swazi, his journey with Qiniso came to an end. Swazi walked up the stairs of Pezula’s castle and poured out his heart with a ring in hand. Qiniso reminisced about how he was the first man out of the limo and how they had grown so much together throughout the show, but she could not accept his ring.

After making what she calls the hardest decision of her life, a tearful Qiniso was consoled by a sad but stoic Swazi, who said she had made the right decision for her.

Fortuned seemed to have favoured Gareth. He reminisced about his time in the mansion and how his feeling grew every time he saw her. He went on to say that he has never connected with someone on the same level that he connects with her and that he loves her.

He then presented her with a ring as a symbol of their future. Qiniso expressed her gratitude for all he had sacrificed and that she too was in love with him, as she accepted his ring saying, “I can not…see my life without you.” She then handed Gareth the final rose.

The Bachelorette Finale

While we were happy that Qiniso finally got her happy-ever-after moment, we could only imagine how distraught Henk must’ve been. There hasn’t been any announcement of whether Henk may be the next Bachelor. As we wait to find out, we’ve seen enough to appreciate the fact that any woman would be lucky to bad a hunk like Henk is!

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SAFTA 2021 Hosts Announced

ing Lerato Kganyago, Lasizwe and Coconut Kelz amongst the show’s joint pilots.

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The South African Film & Television Awards (SAFTAs) are gearing to deliver a much anticipated virtual celebration of local Film & Television talent. And now the event, set to take place on 22nd of May 2021 at 19:00 on Mzansi Magic , has announced their lineup of hosts.

Befitting of a glamorous celebratory event, the SAFTAs will have a red-carpet experience with a difference. This year, the red carpet will be streamed live on the SAFTAs YouTube Channel on Saturday 22 May at 18:30. Your hosts for this innovative and fun event will be the fabulous LaSizwe and the gorgeous Lerato Kganyago.

The Craft Awards, set to take place on 21 May & streamed live on the SAFTAs YouTube channel at 19:00 will be hosted by the multi-talented Tracey Lange & SA’s funny girl and satirist, Coconut Kelz. gear up to host an unforgettable virtual celebration of local Film & Television talent, the SAFTAs is proud to announce Dineo Langa, Mpho Popps, & Graeme Richards as the official SAFTAs Main Awards Show hosts, scheduled to take place on Saturday, 22nd of May 2021 at 19:00 on Mzansi Magic channel 161 on DStv & S3.

Befitting of a glamorous celebratory event, the SAFTAs will have a red-carpet experience with a difference. This year, the red carpet will be streamed live on the SAFTAs YouTube Channel on Saturday 22 May at 18:30. Your hosts for this innovative and fun event will be the fabulous LaSizwe and the gorgeous Lerato Kganyago.

The Craft Awards, set to take place on 21 May & streamed live on the SAFTAs YouTube channel at 19:00 will be hosted by the multi-talented Tracey Lange & SA’s funny girl and satirist, Coconut Kelz.

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The Bachelorette SA Men Tell All

The men reflected on their season one journey.

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Last night (Thursday,14 May, at 19:30) on a riveting and revealing the Bachelorette South Africa Men Tell All, the big characters from the season bared it all. The charming and charismatic host Jason Greer led the proceedings of a very special and intimate episode that saw the men confront each other and face Qiniso for the first time after leaving the mansion.

The men got straight into it as they spoke about everything from their red carpet moments to the group dates and antics. There were many hard questions asked as they confronted each other about their motives, their expectations, disappointments, and regrets.

The gentlemen in the Men Tell All, who lit up South Africa with their moments, were Vuyani, Franco, Kyran, Aviwe, Ruan, Lunga, Peter, Dylan, Craig, and Cameron. In a mansion filled with men all looking to win the heart of one woman, bromances formed and egos clashed. Qiiniso then met with them to answer their big questions: could they have done more, and did some of them feel led on?

Red carpet feels

The men opened up about how they felt on that red carpet. There were many nervous men; Craig went through a lot of emotions and had some insecurity, Lunga said the limo driver almost had to force him out, and Ruan had planned to give Qiniso a smouldering look, but as he exited the limo, that all faded away.

Vuyani learnt not to underestimate anyone as he did not think much of Ruan, only for The Bachelorette’s “King of the North,” Ruan, to get the first impression rose.

Platter, interruptions, and failed plans: Craig’s antics in the mansion

Craig was thrust into the limelight once again as he tried to explain himself and his actions. Having arrived, he felt a little intimidated as everyone had made their groups and plans, so he decided to do his own thing. Vuyani said that he was now okay with Craig interrupting him with the fruit platter, but Lunga was irritated with him as he interrupted him and Qiniso’s game of cards as they were talking about the Nelson Mandela Foundation.

Jason brings up the bro code; you didn’t want to jeopardise anyone in a vulnerable position, and you didn’t want to interrupt anyone’s conversation at the wrong point. This is something that triggered Franco as he lashed out at Craig for trying to interfere with his plans for an improvised one-on-one date with Qiniso.

Franco said he had told everyone about his plans, but Craig, Ruan, and Kyran all admitted that they had no idea of his plan. Franco was clearly still bitter about Craig’s actions. In a hilarious gesture, Craig offered everyone a platter.

Why so serious Peter?

 Peter started by stating how he thought some of the guys were not as serious about the processes as he was. Franco and Peter confronted Dylan and Cameron about jumping in the pool. Franco thought that Dylan was genuine but thought Cameron was playing the game. Peter then tried to call out Cameron as well as the tension in the room was turned up.

Strategy was a big part of the show, and the men spoke about what they thought about it. Ruan spoke about how it was harder with more men in the mansion, but it got easier as it went along.

Franco elaborated on his comments about there be five actors and four real people; he thought Dylan and Cameron were genuine enough, but he thought that Peter was very different on and off the camera. He laid into Peter by saying, “ I think you were acting about your feelings towards Qiniso because, firstly, if you knew her for fourteen years, you’d try and pronounce her name properly.” This was a statement that brought a lot of awkward reactions from the other men.

Vuyani and Peter spoke about their friendship and the moment it was tested. Vuyani said that at the end of the day, it was an honest answer at the time, but Peter holds no grudge against Vuyani.

Love was in the air

If there was one person that wore his heart on his sleeve was Aviwe. And he went on to talk about his amazing bracelet from Qiniso, something Peter admitted to being jealous of. Peter revealed that he found love, as he has a serious girlfriend and they live together with his dog Dexter the Destroyer.

Qiniso sets the record straight

The lovely and fierce Bachelorette South Africa Qiniso joined the gentlemen and was ready for all their questions, and there were many.

Kyran opened up first and tried to explain himself and his actions to her. He began with an apology and went on to try to explain his actions to Qiniso. She was quick to forgive him and it was resolved really well.

Ruan said that Qiniso might have put him back in his shell as it was stressful being around her a lot. They both acknowledged how they had an amazing sense of humour. Ruan then opened up about why he pulled away as he realised that someone else suited her better than he did.

Craig had another surprise on the night, as South Africa discovered that he and Qiniso might have been related. It was something that affected him, but that wasn’t the reason she sent him home. She sent him home due to the way he wooed her.

Lunga tried to also clear up his comments to Qiniso, as she did not like being compared to other women. He also wanted to tell her that she wasn’t telling her to shut up. She told him that he hopes he learnt a lesson on patriarchy.

She then went on to speak to Perter and Vuyani. Qiniso also then told Peter that she saw that he had not progressed past their childhood friendship. Peter revealed that he is in a relationship, and Qiniso was genuinely happy for him. In terms of Vuyani, Qiniso revealed that she did not let him go because of his religious beliefs but that she went with her gut.

Qiniso then talks about Keelan and his exit. She does not regret telling Keelan that he was a coward when he left. Dylan then spoke out about his exit and how he didn’t know how he felt. He then went on to defend Keelan by saying that he was brave for acknowledging his indecisiveness. Franco thought that they were taking the spots of other men that wanted to be in the mansion.

Qiniso spoke very highly of Aviwe and how amazing he was. She respected his bravery but could not lead him on cause she wasn’t in the same place. Cameron and Qiniso then spoke about trust. It was a conversation that got a little tense as he felt that there was a miscommunication.

It was an entertaining night filled with laughs, tension, closure, and love in the first Bachelorette South Africa Men Tell All, as the men confronted each other and Qiniso answered some of their pressing questions.

 

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