Local actors fight for their rights


These are the that have joined the fight for their rights.

actors fight for their rights

South African Guild for Actors (SAGActors), an organisation representing actors in the film, television, stage, commercial & corporate sectors, in South Africa are on a bid to amend the existing Performers Protection Act. The organisation is calling for the bill which dates back to 1967, to be changed as it currently fails to protect performer’s rights. Local actors such as Salamina Mosese, Renate Stuurman and Sisanda Henna have joined in on the call to protect their rights.

SAGActors will appear before Parliament to make an oral submission for on the Performers Protection Amendment Bill on 13 September.

Here’s a look at what they had to day.

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