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    Very important notice: Please note that the council date for production and development funding is no longer on the 4 August 2016. The new council date for approval has been postponed to 1 September 2016 due to a large volume of applications. 

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    Happiness is a Four-Letter Word is a heart-warming romantic drama exploring the lives of three best friends - Nandi, Zaza and Princess - living the good life in fast paced Johannesburg. Based on the award-winning novel by Cynthia Jele. 
    Starring Mmabatho Montsho, Khanyi Mbau, Renate Stuurman, Tongayi Chirisa, Chris Attoh and Richard Lukunku

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The South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTAs) are presented annually under the auspices of the National Film and Video Foundation of South Africa (NFVF) after the industry resolved to come together in 2006. The awards were established in 2006 and are presented annually.
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