Ster-Kinekor, South Africa’s largest cinema chain, is suspending morning and evening movie screenings until further notice in an effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes Covid-19.
Three media companies have collectively been fined tens of millions of rand for price fixing and the fixing of trading conditions. The Competition Commission wants the firms to cough up for their “cartel conduct”.
Bookings for one of the most widely anticipated releases of 2015, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, are now officially open at the Ster-Kinekor box office. Bookings opened on Monday, 19 October, and a record number of 2 299 tickets were snapped up on the first day
Cinema chain Ster-Kinekor has announced plans to build its first new IMAX theatre in Gauteng, at a Pretoria mall. It’s the second IMAX theatre to be opened in South Africa following the launch last year of the first such facility at the Gateway Theatre of Shopping
Though he’s mostly been out of the headlines in recent years, Primedia founder William Kirsh didn’t disappear into early retirement when he resigned in September 2009 as CEO of the media empire he led and helped build. Rather, he’s been hard at work creating a new business – with his father
After an absence of several years, Ster-Kinekor is set to reintroduce IMAX threatres in South Africa, the cinema chain operator’s CEO Fiaz Mahomed revealed on Wednesday. The company has already begun construction of an IMAX theatre at the Gateway Theatre of Shopping north of Durban