Ster-Kinekor Yes4Youth Programme 2023

Deadline: 15 June 2023

Ster-Kinekor Yes4Youth Programme 2023

Ster-Kinekor is launching a Yes4Youth programme. Applications can be submitted on the careers page.

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Ster-Kinekor Yes4Youth Programme

Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town.

Ideal Candidate:

  • Matric Certificate / or Tertiary Qualification
  • Passion for movies and retail
  • Between the ages of 18 and 29
  • Currently unemployed and wanting to get an opportunity to gain work experience
  • enthusiastic
  • Good communication skills
  • Attention to detail

Ster-Kinekor is a South African-based cinema company, and the country’s largest movie exhibitor. It represents 60-65% of the market, having 44 cinema complexes consisting of 349 large-scale screens and 49 057 seats; 126 state-of-the-art 3D screens across the country with 129 in South Africa. In Africa, the company operates in 6 cinema complexes with 33 screens and 4 077 seats in Africa.

Its head office is at the Ster-Kinekor Office Park in Sandton, Johannesburg.

In South Africa, Ster-Kinekor holds the largest market share in its industry, followed by Nu Metro Cinemas. Smaller, independent operators, including CineCentre, Movies@, and Epic Cinemas, make up the rest of the market.

During 2013, the company embarked on a massive roll-out project to convert and equip every cinema with the very latest in digital projection and sound technology. 3D Cinema was introduced in 2008, in 2011, Ster-Kinekor Mobi was introduced and the following year, in 2012, Ster-Kinekor launched apps and Cine Prestige. The award-winning SK App, which is downloadable on all smartphone operating systems, is interactive, user-friendly and feature-rich, and recently recorded over 1.9-million downloads.

In more recent times, Ster-Kinekor sites introduced IMAX and ticket validation stations, self-service catering and ticket reservations. This time saw the introduction of beer, wine and coffee offerings at Cine Prestige sites. Currently, Ster-Kinekor has 19 Cine Prestige screens, 9 IMAX screens, 5 D-BOX screens, 4 Kids’ Cinema screens, 200 digital screens, 131 3D screens.

1896 The first movies were shown in South Africa in 1896, at the Empire Palace of Varieties.


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