Okuhle Media’s Managing Director and Executive Producer, Wilna Van Schalkwyk recently returned from Munich, Germany where the world’s biggest festival celebrating children’s television programming – the Prix Jeunesse International 2018 – took place. She was there to introduce SABC 3’s hit kids cooking show, Yum.Me to producers, creators, and distributors from all corners of the globe and to judge this year’s selection of TV shows.
Justin Bonello, host of Okuhle Media’s The Ultimate Braai Master and co-founder of Okuhle Media subsidiary, Cooked in Africa Films has packed away his braai tongs (temporarily) and picked up his spade (permanently) to bring organic farming and community garden markets to schools in Cape Town’s south peninsula with his Neighbourhood Farm initiative that focus’s on growing food, minds and community.
They don’t call it one of the biggest week in television for nothing! With over 10 000 TV heavy-weights from 102 countries in attendance, the 2018 MIPTV Conference in Cannes, France was the international television event of the year. And Okuhle Media’s Managing Director, Louise McClelland, and Head of Creative Development, Grant Flynn were there to absorb, network, and – most importantly – create buzz around the company’s exciting new shows.
Okuhle International, a subsidiary in the Okuhle Media Group, Cape Town’s award-winning media and production company, will play host to the semi-final round of judging the Europe, Documentary Category for the prestigious International Emmy Awards taking place in November this year.
Okuhle Media has proudly announced a significant milestone with the broadcast of no fewer than seven productions to air simultaneously.
On 24 September South Africans celebrate Heritage Day. On this day, the people of Mzansi celebrate everything that makes them uniquely different and a part of our beautiful country. From the multitude of cultures and wide diversity that we find in South Africa, Heritage Day is celebrated to honour and unite all of its people.