AFRIDOCS

THE BEST DOCUMENTARIES MADE IN AFRICA. DSTV ED CHANNEL 190 & GOTV CHANNEL 65. TUESDAYS. PRIMETIME.

WHY POVERTY?

FIND OUT ABOUT POVERTY. WATCH AMAZING FILMS. ASK QUESTIONS. ASK WHY?

WHY DEMOCRACY?

FILMMAKERS ACROSS THE WORLD TAKE US INTO THE HEART OF THEIR COUNTRIES TO EXPLORE QUESTIONS OF MODERN DEMOCRACY

STEPS FOR THE FUTURE

A CHALLENGING, PROVOCATIVE AND UNCONVENTIONAL COLLECTION OF FILMS ABOUT LIFE IN SOUTHERN AFRICA IN THE PRESENCE OF HIV/AIDS

CARETAKERS

SOUTH AFRICA'S RICH NATURAL HERITAGE, AND THE DEDICATED PEOPLE WHO CARE FOR IT
WELCOME! THESE ARE OUR PROJECTS

Steps

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STEPS is a non-profit organisation that develops communication projects to give a voice to marginalised and disadvantaged communities. Our aim is to use socially relevant documentary film to stimulate interest, educate, campaign and empower.

Why Poverty?

Why Poverty ?It has been said that, in this century, we have the tools and potential to overcome extreme poverty, but poverty persists, and the gap between the poor and the wealthy continues to widen. Why Poverty? uses documentary film to get people talking about poverty.

Why Democracy?

Why Democracy?

What does democracy mean? Independent, award-winning filmmakers from around the world take us into the heart of their countries to look at the world we live in today and explore questions of modern democracy.

Steps for the Future

Steps for the Future logoThis is a unique collection of positive, brave and unusual stories about how individuals in Southern Africa are confronting their lives and societies are changing under the impact of HIV/AIDS. It challenges fear and stigmatisation with stories of hope, but also dismantles discrimination and ignorance by cultivating tolerance.

CareTakers

CareTakers logoCareTakers is a collaboration between STEPS and SANBI, that provides information about the different components, processes and geographical variation of biodiversity in South Africa, as well as how ordinary people are rising to the challenge, serving as role models for a viable future on planet Earth.

AfriDocs

AfriDocs logoSteps and the Bertha Foundation present AfriDocs, the first documentary strand across sub-Saharan Africa. Finally the best documentaries made in Africa will be seen by African audiences on DStv (ED channel 190) and GOtv (channel 65).

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