Category Archives: Publications

Africa is a Country

Dudumalingani is a writer, filmmaker and photographer from the Zikhovane village in the former Transkei and now resides in Cape Town. He writes both fiction and non-fiction. Read this fantastic review of Miners Shot Down written by, Dudumalingani Mqombothi: Magidiwana, … Continue reading

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South African Cinema Premiere

Miners Shot Down screened to a sold out cinema at Encounters South African International Documentary Festival at the beginning of June, and has since received some fantastic reviews. We have been overwhelmed by the incredible responses from our audiences and have received some … Continue reading

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Rave Review from Independent Media

At the very least, Desai’s film has shown the families of the miners shot down that their loved-ones and breadwinners were not killed attacking the cops. He has debunked that popular belief – one, which so much press coverage has … Continue reading

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Growing Social Resistance in South Africa

The African National Congress (ANC), led during the 1990s by the late Nelson Mandela, is projected to be reelected in South Africa’s May 7, 2014 national election by a wide margin, probably with between 50 and 60 percent of the … Continue reading

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Miners Shot Down In the News

Since its first public screening in Cape Town, Miners Shot Down has been receiving a lot of media attention, with numerous articles being written for a variety of publications. One of the most compelling of these articles was written by … Continue reading

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