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Why income from secondary uses is indispensible to authors Katie Webb

Libraries, archives and educational institutions enjoy certain benefits – in the form of limitations and exceptions –…

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AUTHORS UNITE AGAINST COPYRIGHT AMENDMENT BILL

PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION Authors unite against Copyright Amendment Bill Authors have united in their call…

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The Man Who Killed Apartheid: The Life of Dimitri Tsafendas

Harris Dousemetzis with Gerry Loughran, The Man Who Killed Apartheid: The Life of Dimitri Tsafendas (Jacana, 2018) EXACTLY who…

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South African Authors Protest Against Copyright Amendment Bill

  Authors deserve better than what the legislature has given them in the Copyright Amendment Bill that…

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Copyright Amendment Bill

20181115 Copyright Amendment Bill Final

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South Africa’s Copyright Bill and the need to properly support authors.

The IAF is concerned that as it stands the proposed reforms in the Copyright Amendment Bill would…

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Law changes will make writers poorer: ANFASA article on City Press

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ANFASA Responds To The Sanef Celebratory Post

Please read the SANEF celebratory comment: https://www.sanef.org.za/sanef-celebrates-the-inclusion-of-the-fair-use-principle-in-the-copyright-amendment-bill/ ANFASA has an important response. Please read it below: The Academic…

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COPYRIGHT AMENDMENT BILL IS BAD NEWS FOR AUTHORS

For the past few years (yes, it has been dragging on for that long) a Bill to…

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A Life in Letters: Selected Correspondence of Denis Hurley

Philippe Denis, Paddy Kearney and Jane Argall (eds), A Life in Letters: Selected Correspondence of Denis Hurley (Cluster Publications,…

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