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Skeem Saam is holding auditions

Posted by radio On October - 31 - 2014 ADD COMMENTS

Skeem Saam is proudly one of the few television shows in South Africa who regularly hold open auditions. This is how we discovered most of the young talent that are currently gracing our screens.  High school is over for some of our beloved characters; in 2015 they progress from high school to university and leave Turfloop for new adventures in Johannesburg.

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Skeem Saam are looking for talented performers who are driven, passionate, dedicated, disciplined and have a fervent desire to be on our show. These new performers will become the main fabric of characters in this new, additional Johannesburg world that some of our characters will be relocating to.

 

The characters we are auditioning to find are:

Young vibrant students (aged 18 – 25)

Lecturers (30 and older)

Tutors (24 and older)

Security guards (25 and older)

University Staff (25 and older)

Pairings for possible parents (40 and older)

 

Skeem Saam is primarily a Sepedi show, based in Turfloop, Limpopo but our Jo’burg world will be as true a reflection of the diversity of Jo’burg as we can create. It will be populated by people from all over the country and even from different parts of our continent and abroad.  We will audition in Hammanskraal and Johannesburg and are looking for males and females from all the language groups of South Africa.

 

HAMMANSKRAAL AUDITIONS WILL BE HELD AT:

MANDELA VILLAGE on Friday 31st October 2014 and Saturday 1st November 2014.

Address: 532/3 Hammanskraal Community Hall/ Sports grounds, Lovelane Road, Mandela Village

Time: 8am – 5pm.

 

JOHANNESBURG AUDITIONS WILL BE HELD AT:

THE BASSLINE on Friday 7th November 2014 and Saturday 8th November 2014

Address: 10 Henry Nxumalo Street, Newtown, 2119

Time: 8am – 5pm.

 

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eNCA is announcing that as from 6AM on Friday, 31 October 2014 the channel will no longer broadcast in the United Kingdom on the SKY Digital Satellite (channel 517).

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However viewers will still be able to watch the channel via live streaming on Livestation.com or they can continue to get all the latest news at eNCA.com.

 

The reasons behind the move are part of the company’s move to realign itself to changes in the way news media is consumed in a digital world.

 

“We know we have a loyal audience on SKY who will be upset by the decision. We regret that very much. However the reality is that satellite broadcastings is expensive and we have to look at cost effective alternatives such as live streaming” said eNCA’s Managing Director Patrick Conroy.

 

“Our news content will still be globally accessible just via alternative platforms” he said.

 

eNCA’s news service can still be viewed by anyone outside of South Africa via www.Livestaton.com. eNCA.com also offers up-to-date information and regular live stream broadcasts of major news events.

 

eNCA will explore alternative platforms so that viewers are able to easily watch the service on their TVs.

 

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