1963: Jim Reeves’ first and only feature film (Reeve's sadly passed in an aeroplane crash before the film's premiere) is a musical comedy about two good natured conmen who descend on Kimberley during the diamond rush. Reeves extends himself so far as to partially sing in Afrikaans at one point
1965: Bob Courtney and Jamie Uys were part of the Golden Age of South African film comedy. In this send-up of the absurdities of international relations, they play the American and Russian delegates to a UN conference in Athens on international standards. When the two become mired in insoluble
1965: Debbie falls pregnant by medical student Paul but his family rules out any possibility of him marrying the love of his life, which her farmer father wants. Instead, Debbie puts up their baby daughter for adoption and Paul goes overseas to further his studies. When Paul returns to assume
Despite Mimosa Films' humble beginnings back in 1964, it has evolved into a business entity of outstanding stature. Having produced a string of international box office sensations - including the most successful film the continent has ever made - The Gods Must Be Crazy - it has effortlessly branched out into a diverse number of corporate spheres.