On the eve of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s annual investment summit, Netflix has revealed that it spent more than R2bn on film and TV projects in SA between 2016 and 2022. 

On Wednesday, the world’s largest streaming service said it had invested $175m (R3.3bn) in SA, Kenya and Nigeria over the period on content production. Out of this, the lion’s share — $125m (about R2.3bn) — was for SA productions. ..

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