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    Nine years after the end of apartheid, South Africa’s film industry has grown an average 14% per year since 2008 and employs roughly 40,000 people, of which 66% are black, according to the first study of the industry. The Deloitte report was commissioned by South Africa’s National Film and Video Foundation, which is in Cannes […]

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    Nine years after the end of apartheid, South Africa’s film industry has grown an average 14% per year since 2008 and employs roughly 40,000 people, of which 66% are black, according to the first study of the industry. The Deloitte report was commissioned by South Africa’s National Film and Video Foundation, which is in Cannes […]

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    Nine years after the end of apartheid, South Africa’s film industry has grown an average 14% per year since 2008 and employs roughly 40,000 people, of which 66% are black, according to the first study of the industry. The Deloitte report was commissioned by South Africa’s National Film and Video Foundation, which is in Cannes […]

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    Nine years after the end of apartheid, South Africa’s film industry has grown an average 14% per year since 2008 and employs roughly 40,000 people, of which 66% are black, according to the first study of the industry. The Deloitte report was commissioned by South Africa’s National Film and Video Foundation, which is in Cannes […]

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    Nine years after the end of apartheid, South Africa’s film industry has grown an average 14% per year since 2008 and employs roughly 40,000 people, of which 66% are black, according to the first study of the industry. The Deloitte report was commissioned by South Africa’s National Film and Video Foundation, which is in Cannes […]

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    Nine years after the end of apartheid, South Africa’s film industry has grown an average 14% per year since 2008 and employs roughly 40,000 people, of which 66% are black, according to the first study of the industry. The Deloitte report was commissioned by South Africa’s National Film and Video Foundation, which is in Cannes […]

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