The role of Broadcasters: CEO attends Panel Discussion

The role of Broadcasters: CEO attends Panel Discussion

 

 

Okuhle Media is proud to announce that CEO Vuyokazi Matu will be part of a Discussion Panel for the prestigious Encounters Documentary Film Festival, running from the 1st to the 10th June.


Ms. Matu will be part of a Discussion Panel that explores the role of Broadcasters and how their support affects us on a local and international level. Not only has Ms. Matu become a known voice as part of the Production Company Okuhle Media, but she has alsobeen involved with numerous industry organisations, namely as a Board Member for Women in Film and Television, as well as part of the Board in the Cape Film Comission.


The Discussion will take place at the V&A Waterfront, and tickets are available for R50. For more information on being part of the discussion, visit the Encounters Documentary Festival website here.

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