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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
At Botha At Botha ...  Col Andrew Anderson (1995)
Susan Danford Susan Danford ...  Lydia Anderson (1995)
Paul Eilers Paul Eilers ...  Maj. Bakkies Vermeulen (1995)
Sally Campher Sally Campher ...  Lieut. Dunlop (1995)
Andre Roothman Andre Roothman ...  Rudolf Muller (1995) (as André Roothman)
Tony Caprari Tony Caprari ...  Beiroet (1995) (as Toni Caprari)
Duncan Johnson Duncan Johnson ...  Chris Swanepoel (1995)
Sylvaine Strike Sylvaine Strike ...  Liefie Swanepoel (1995)
Megan Willson Megan Willson ...  Inshirah Mubarak (1995)
Dominic Tyawa Dominic Tyawa ...  Gen. Solomon (1995)
Adrian Waldron Adrian Waldron ...  Isser Weismann (1995)
Michael Brunner Michael Brunner ...  Mr. Anderson (1995)
Elma Potgieter Elma Potgieter ...  Velmé Anderson (1995)
Michal Grobbelaar Michal Grobbelaar ...  Judge Woudstra (1995)
William Abdul William Abdul ...  Dr. Stroebel (1995)
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Country:

South Africa

Language:

Afrikaans | English

Release Date:

28 September 1995 (South Africa) See more »

Company Credits

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Scholtz Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(13 episodes)

Color:

Color
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This was so near the truth that Scholtz was almost taken to court
17 August 2019 | by RedRainbowUnicorn23See all my reviews

Even if this was fiction the facts was not always.Scholtz and his team was almost taken to court by the Atomenergy corporation(AEC) when the first 2 episodes have aired as they explain that some people are not going to difriniate between fact and fiction thus thinking some facts are true when they arent.

The rest of the series was almost not aired but after the case was tossed the series resumed on tv but the first 2 episodes storyline was tweaked in the rest of the series thus ignoring the happenings in the first 2 episides completely.

But back to the story this one is a classic and the acting is as always the best south africa can deliver.

Jan Scholtz made a couple tv series in this genre like(die binnekring,skoppensboer and The 4de kabinet) all of them fiction but undertones of the truth trying to expose state secrets.

If you can find this give it a look you wont be dissapointed


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