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By Jennis Williamson

This year has certainly kicked off with a bang and our dedicated focus to each division within the Talent-ETC brand has certainly produced the fruits of its labour. This month we are focussing on Social-Etc, in assistant our influencer division with the right guidance in securing online opportunities within guidance of social media laws

Apart from this, our weekly online sessions and training have produced knowledge that will ensure longevity for our artists. We know, teach and understand the ‘business’ of showbusiness, a perfect balance between passion and admin.

It’s a new financial year and we finally closed the chapter from a business perspective on a challenging, yet fruitful 2020. Now is the time to soar.

We are excited to welcome Kristy Suttner to our team as our official VOICE OVER agent. Kristy is a singer, actress, director and writer whose agency, Sly Creative, services high profile clients such as SABC, PUMA, Nando’s and Nedbank. She is an active member of the South African theatre community under the banner of her production company, Ginger Cube Productions. She is also an experienced voice, acting and accent coach, having coached some of SA’s top actors and celebrities to optimise their biggest asset – the voice!


by Fundi Zwane & Justin Nanak

This month has seen and influx of submissions from a myriad of Artists wanting to be represented by the TALENT-ETC KZN division and we are thoroughly vetting through each application with due diligence.

We are happy with how our newly signed artists have rolled up their sleeves with eagerness to participate.

This month we highlight ONE TO WATCH: Mpilo Nzimande

Mpilo Nzimande


By Frankie Opperman​

Manic March
2021 has kicked off with the speed of light. We are already into the 3rd month of the year. Can you believe it?

On the work side, Crew-Etc has been lucky enough to facilitate a variety of productions thus far ranging from narrative to reality formats. From Netflix to Mnet, we are getting Freelancers into critical positions on productions. Always on the lookout to expand, we are now hunting for skilled freelancers to join our books and hopefully link them up with new producers and productions. The demand for talent is at an all-time high.

Keep your eyes on our social media for more updates on productions that we are aiding from our talented pool of freelancers.


8 Tips for Becoming a Successful Instagram Influencer

Go Have a look at the ideas of some influencers, maybe you learn something new?

Becoming a successful Instagram influencer isn’t easy, and it’s no secret that Instagram is a very different platform in 2021 than it was just a few years ago.

Long gone are the days when getting featured on a larger profile would grant you hundreds of thousands of new followers.




By JC Snooke

Great news for all of us is that the industry is basically back in full swing, even though we still have a pandemic hanging over our heads.

We are getting safer and more effective ways to pull off great productions. It’s harder to have a set running in a pandemic however South Africans are making plans.. It’s a small leap for productions in SA

An interesting article of Cape Town in full swing with filming 10 films at the moment, go have a look:

We can definitely see the change and there is hope for us all…


Brigité Duvenhage
Kel-cee Hendriks
Marike Erwee Du Rand
Nicole Nemukula
Nadia Valvekens
Rico Immelman
Makgofe Moagi
Arlin Bantam
Anchen Du Plessis
Katryn Janse Van Rensburg
Sean Brebnor
Portia Seisa
Thabang Kwebu
Amor Vittone
Donovan Bourne
Motso Ratsie
Renaldo Schwarp
Anlia Janse van Rensburg
Aubrey Mogale
Dirk Joubert
Edwin van Wyk
Dimpho Thuhloane
Chidera Nwoha
Smangele Phewa
Danielle Goodall
Darryl Desmarais
Ntokozo Mlaba
Mortimer Williams
Rofhiwa Dzwuguda
Matthew Gardner
Philip Nolte
Eve Lunga
TK Khampepe


By Precious Magoswana

“Indlela ibuzwa kwabaphambili”
The way is guided by those ahead


By Jennis Williamson

There seem to be two schools of thought when it comes to branding for actors: the first being, people cannot be brands” and the second; we live in the 21st century! We are hit with branded messages every single day, and actor’s should be no different.” At the end of the day, an actor’s digital ‘image’ – and by that I mean their social media presence, as well as how they come across on screen – is definitely a part of the casting conversation.

Know your brand, stand out, be different, have your own marketing plan ready!

Love and light


By Shalock Rass

Don't give up on yourself, if it's currently not working, change the strategy & try again.

Shalock Rass

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