Writer’s Guild South Africa: Afrikaans Writer-Researcher Wanted

Urgent call for whip-smart Writer-Researcher
The Televisionaries are looking for a whip-smart Writer-Researcher with a passion for crime stories!

We are producing a gripping new South African True Crime Series.

The narrative will feature documentary-style interviews, archival material and dramatic re-enactment scenes with actors.

The series will be 13 episodes in Afrikaans.

The successful candidate will be required to work independently on researching cases, presenting findings to producers and translating research/interviews into compelling plotlines, treatments and scripts.

The successful candidate should be fluent in Afrikaans. Some experience writing in crime genres, docu-drama, actuality and / or investigative journalism would be an advantage.

Applicants should be mid-level to highly experienced and available to start on 10 July 2017.

The Televisionaries are based in Johannesburg but will accept applications from anywhere in South Africa.

For more info on the company please see www.televisionaries.co.za

Interested parties should please send CV’s and a short motivation on why they would be a good fit for the position, before 30 June 2017

to info@televisionaries.co.za

Please mention True Crime Series in the subject line.

Shortlisted writers will be contacted before 7 July 2017.


Kind Regards,
Dr Nonkosi Slatsha

Writers’ Guild of South Africa
Office: 011 912 7831
Fax: 086 654 1972
Email: admin@writersguildsa.org / wgsainfo@gmail.com
Website: www.writersguildsa.org
Skype: writers.guild
Office Address: 34 7th street, Linden, Johannesburg


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