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2018 Female Entrepreneur Award – Sibhale Skin Solutions
2018 Female Entrepreneur Award – Sibhale Skin Solutions
“I want us to embrace our indigenous African knowledge of trees and realise the greatness in our names.” Portia Mngomezulu used this guiding...
Skunk Anansie: As relevant as ever
Skunk Anansie: As relevant as ever
Over a decade ago, UK-based Skunk Anansie hit the punk rock scene and became one of Britain's most successful chart acts. But it...
On the surface of things
On the surface of things
Anthony Fabian is not the most likely candidate to make a film about race in South Africa. The first-time feature film director from Britain had...
Win a signed poster and a copy of the soundtrack!
Win a signed poster and a copy of the soundtrack!
The Mail & Guardian is giving away 12 copies of the SKIN soundtrack, as well as signed posters.
SKIN: Links
SKIN: Links
Buy tickets and make contact with other fans by clicking on the links below.
Win tickets to the premiere!
Win tickets to the premiere!
The Mail & Guardian is giving away tickets to SKIN's South African premiere.
SKIN: The music
SKIN: The music
Director Anthony Fabian and I have collaborated on a range of projects over the past ten years, from short films to documentaries. When he invited...
The cast: Tony Kgoroge
The cast: Tony Kgoroge
Tony Kgoroge is an accomplished theatre, television, and film actor. He graduated from Pretoria Technikon, and in 1997 he received a Vita award for...
The cast: Alice Krige
The cast: Alice Krige
Born in Uppington, South Africa, Alice Krige trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London in the late 1970s. Her first film...
The cast: Sam Neill
The cast: Sam Neill
With a career spanning more than 30 years, Sam Neill needs no introduction as one of the most distinguished actors of his generation, having worked...
SKIN: The director
SKIN: The director
Anthony Fabian has produced and directed five short films, four hour-long documentaries and over a dozen classical music programmes through his...
SKIN: The movie
SKIN: The movie
SKIN is based on the true story of Sandra Laing,a woman who was born to white parents but reclassified as "coloured" during the apartheid era.

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