Equality: The story of the Khoi people

Main characters

interviewer: Thabiso M. Mohlabeng
interviewee: Chief Khoi SA
woman: Chief Khoi SA wife

This is a brief documentary about the reasons the Khoi San people are camping at the Union Buildings. their desire to be heard

Chief Khoi San SA is a leader of a group of Khoisan people who are camping at the Union Buildings. Their desire is;

the Khoisan people must be recognised as the first indigenous nation in South Africa;
the label "coloured" must be removed from all official papers as a reference for people of mixed colour, and be replaced with "Khoisan";
Kwadi–Khoe must be listed as an official language in South Africa; and
the Khoisan must be given land and resources to continue their cultures and traditions.
This short documentary delves more into who The Khoi Chief, his backgrounds, his ideas about how the Khoi language can be preserved.

  • Thabiso Mohlabeng
  • Thabiso Mohlabeng
  • Chief Khoi San SA
    Key Cast
    "Chief Khoi San SA"
  • Makgube Mokwebu
    Camera Operator
  • Kamogelo Shakoane
  • Thulani Nhlapo
    Boom Operator
  • Thabiso Mohlabeng
  • Kamogelo Shakoane
  • Mokwebu Makgobe
  • Thulani Nhlapo
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Student
  • Runtime:
    5 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    August 29, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    1 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    South Africa
  • Country of Filming:
    South Africa
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  • Student Project:
  • Jozi Film Festival
    South Africa
    August 30, 2019
    Chief Khoi San SA
    Best short student documentary
Director Biography - Thabiso Mohlabeng

Thabiso M. Mohlabeng is a third year Public Relations student at Boston Media House. Thabiso was born and Raised in the West Rand and did his High school education at Mosupatsela in Kagiso.

Thabiso is a public speakers and a lover of communication and philosophy. beside studying Thabiso spends his time hiking and taking pictures of the environment.

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Director Statement

Africa needs to tell its stories, and no one can tell Africa's stories better than Africans. The Khoi are the life blood of Africa, especially South Africa and we should hear their stories more often as they contain wit so pure and untainted