Explore our network powered by the sun, connects mobile cinema, African youth and impactful storytelling, to inspire active citizenship and create gig work (freelance digital marketing and media production work, such as photography or public speaking) opportunities.

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    Sunshine Cinema works across Southern Africa in:

    South Africa:

    East London, Mthatha, Lusikisiki and Gqeberha (Eastern Cape);

    Harrismith, Bloemfontein and Sasolburg (Free State);

    Jane Furse, Dennilton, Sekhukhune, Lebowakgomo, Makgokong, Mankweng, Botlokwa and Eldorado Village (Limpopo);

    Lime Acres, Postmasburg, Kimberley (Northern Cape);

    Mbombela, Emalahleni, Driefontein, Msogwaba, Matibidi Village and Kwaggafontein (Mpumalanga);

    Klerksdorp, Mmabatho and Mahikeng (North West); Lorentzville, Atteridgeville and Orange Farm (Gauteng); eSikhawini, Empangeni, Manguzi,

    Pietermaritzburg and Intshanga (KwaZulu Natal);

    Khayelitsha, Parklands, Robertson, Kuils River and City of Cape Town (Western Cape) .

    Zimbabwe: Gweru, Lupane, Gwanda, Bulawayo and Beitbridge.

    Malawi: Thyolo and Mulanje Districts.

    Kenya: Rural areas of Lake Victoria and Masai Mara.

    What Is Our
    Impact Solution?

    The Sunbox – a portable cinema powered by solar energy and packed with a collection of compelling African films that ignites discussions and promotes active citizenship.

    The Sunbox includes:

    •  a micro projector,
    • solar system,
    • speaker,
    • screen and
    • award-winning  African fiction and documentary films.

    At Sunshine Cinema, we prioritise purpose over profit when selecting our projects. Our partnerships are with organisations and individuals who share our ethical values and are committed to creating impact. We strive to share stories that inspire audiences globally to engage in positive social change.