Cape Town (also known as Mat Joubert) is a South African-German produced TV-series based on the novel Dead before dying by author Deon Meyer. The series is produced by German company all-in-production, whose head Annette Reeker bought rights 5 years before starting the production. Produced without any television channel backing it, Reeker funded the series with private earnings of about 6 Million Euro and wrote the episodes on her own, with English writer Mark Needham translating them from German into English. World premiere of the series has been scheduled for June 23, 2016, on Polish channel TVN.
It’s four o’clock, my regular boda guy is late, I’m tapping my foot impatiently under my desk as my eyes turn back to the code I was troubleshooting. You see I am a writer of software by day and a writer of fiction by night. After one last satisfactory glance, I start to pack up, I don’t want to miss the keynote- but clearly I am going to be late. I don’t like being late, especially when it is not a weekend morning. When he finally gets to the office, he apologizes – traffic he says. Apprehensive at the thought that I am going to be further delayed, traffic means weaving through mildly irritated Ugandans driving at the mercy of the officer in white. When did I get so impatient, I wonder!
I finally get to the museum, geared and ready for Day 5 of Writivism – on the line up: a keynote…
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