South African film and TV stars were celebrated and honoured at the 11th annual Saftas ceremony held at Sun City.
On Saturday night during a live broadcast on SABC2 small screen and big screen stars received their Golden Horns.
The ceremony was hosted by Katlego Maboe and Thando Thabethe.
The Road won the Best TV Soap/Telenovela award and Isibaya was voted Most Popular soap by the public.
Junaid Ahmed and Lydia Mokgokoloshi received Lifetime Achievement Award and Thapelo Mokoena was the recipient of the Youth Achiever Award.
Sink won Best Feature film.
Here is an abbreviated list of winners:
Best TV Soap/Telenovela
Best Achievement in Directing – TV Soap/Telenovela
Best Actor – TV Soap/Telenovela
Best Actress – TV Soap/Telenovela
Best Supporting Actor – TV Soap/Telenovela
Best Supporting Actress – TV Soap/Telenovela
Linda Sebezo – Sharon Dlamini
Most Popular TV Soap
Best TV Drama
Best Achievement in Directing – TV Drama
Best Actor – TV Drama
Jerry Mofokeng – Heist
Best Actress – TV Drama
Best Supporting Actor – TV Drama
Best Supporting Actress – TV Drama
Best TV Comedy
Puppet Nation ZANews
Best Actress – TV Comedy
Best Actor – TV Comedy
Best Supporting Actress – TV Comedy
Best Supporting Actor – TV Comedy
Best Achievement in Directing – TV Comedy
Alex Fynn and Johan Vermaak, Puppet Nation ZANews
Best Talk Show
Real Talk with Anele
Best TV Presenter
Best Actor – Feature Film
Best Actress – Feature Film
Best Supporting Actor – Feature Film
Best Supporting Actress – Feature Film
Best Achievement in Directing – Feature Film
Best Feature Film
Best Documentary Feature
Nobody’s Died Laughing
Best Student Film
Best Short Film
Lifetime Achievement Awards
Youth Achiever Award recipient