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26th November 2015


Fully digital production for live recording, doing demos, and mixing in our Apple powered studio. Other services including voiceovers, radio jingles, session musicians, etc. The instruments […]
26th November 2015


Multimedia Film/Video Training Project (MUFIP): is the video documentary production training project run at a community level, which provides real video production and screen-writing skills for […]
26th November 2015

KAFF 2015

The 12th KZN African Film Festival (KAFF) runs from 4th – 13th December and is presented in partnership with KZN Film Commission, National Film and Video […]

Welcome to KCAP

The K-CAP EMAC Centre opened its doors in March 2004 after the then Deputy President of SA Jacob Zuma. On the 28th September 2003 Ekhaya official launched. K-CAP EMAC - an extraordinary organisation led by an extraordinary man, Edmund Mhlongo, the founder and its Director. Edmund Mhlongo\'s passion for the performing arts helped guide the creation of the K-CAP (October 1993) and therefore the construction of EMAC - with a sense of excitement and his commitment to the arts.

Kwa Mashu Community Advancement Projects (K-CAP of Positive Arts) is a youth integrated arts and multimedia empowerment organization founded in October 1993. In April 1995, K-CAP was registered as a Development Trust for arts education and cultural advancement (Reg. No. IT1116/95) - it is also registered with the Department of Social Development as a not-for-profit organization and is now a Section 21 non-profit company.


The KAFF is a community based film festival, which specifically focuses on screening South African Films, Africa Films and documentaries and unique world films.
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