Marvel Studios’ film, Black Panther, has again made history in South Africa.

It has become the first movie ever to take R100-million at the local box office.

Walt Disney Company Africa’s Jared Stokes says the superhero flick has just over the past few days alone raked in an additional R1.2 million on top of that.

A month ago, Black Panther became the all-time top-grossing picture on home soil after five weeks on the circuit.

It also made cinema history in east and west Africa as the highest grossing movie to date in these regions.

The flick boasts three well-known faces for local audiences, namely John Kani, his son Atandwa, as well as Connie Chiume.