Summary: Performers Protection Amendment Bill 2016

Through various channels, SAGA has been lobbying government and the DTI to effect changes to the existing Performers Protection Act which dates back to 1967 and which fails to protect the rights of actors in today’s environment. On 5th July 2016, Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies published... more

So, what’s your real job?

When the long-running soap-opera ‘Generations’ went off air, the 16 actors at the centre of the storm filed papers with the CCMA, challenging their dismissal. The first question the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration had to answer is whether or not it has jurisdiction at all in... more
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Sibulele Gcilitshana

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Sibulele Gcilitshana

Sibulele Gcilitshana graduated in 2000 from the Tshwane University of Technology with a National Diploma in Musical Theatre. In the past 16 years she has worked as an actress, dancer, singer, voice over artist and workshop facilitator in SA and internationally. She has worked in all genre’s in the industry; TV, theatre, film, corporate and voice. She was nominated for an FNB VITA award for The Stadium in 2002.

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