• 9 July and the beginning of August, we will deliver written and oral submissions to support the Bills that protect the earning rights of actors. If we fail, we will never see meaningful industry transformation in our lifetime. Included will be our petition of OVER 2000 signatures. Make sure it includes YOURS!

  • ALL Actors! We need your voices to be heard.

    We need the world to see and hear that our industry supports transformation. That our industry supports FAIR compensation that INCLUDES actor royalties.

    We need you to record a video message and put it on your online presence! Facebook, Instagram, Twitter. We need all our voices out there under one banner so that when SAGA delivers this message to Parliament, it is a message from all of us.

Now in its 10th year, the South African Guild of Actors (SAGA) is a powerful, unified voice for actors in the film, television, stage, commercial and corporate sectors in South Africa.

Our Vision

Vision

The South African Guild of Actors (SAGA) aims to be the foremost organisation representing actors in the film, television, stage, commercials and corporate sectors in South Africa. The Guild exists to enhance actors' working conditions, compensation and benefits and to be a powerful, unified voice on behalf of artists' rights.

Mission Statement

The Guild in line with its constitution, seeks to:

  • Regulate relations between actors and producers or producers’ organisations in film, television, theatre or commercials;
  • Promote and protect the interests of its members;
  • Plan and organise its administration and lawful activities;
  • Co-operate with or join local or international organisations, where it is in the interests of SAGA to do so;
  • Promote, support or oppose any proposed legislative or other measures affecting the interests of its members;
  • Use every legitimate means to induce actors to become members;
  • Provide legal assistance to members in connection with their contracts with film/television/theatre/commercial producers;
  • Encourage the settlement of disputes between members and film/television/theatre/commercial producers or organizations of such through conciliation, mediation or arbitration;
  • Organise and represent members of SAGA for the purpose of collective bargaining;
  • Undertake such lawful actions as may appear to be in the interests of SAGA and its members and which are not inconsistent with the objects or any matter specifically provided for in this Constitution;
  • Borrow, invest, lend, subscribe or donate money for the furtherance of the objects of SAGA;
  • Establish educational, social and charitable enterprises for the general welfare and advancement of SAGA members;

We aim to operate at an international level through the of International Federation of Actors, the International Committee for Artistic Freedom and through agreements with sister organisations throughout the world.

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