Denise Rosemary Nicholson

New copyright law will benefit South Africans with disabilities

South Africa's new Copyright Amendment Bill could help the country take an important step in tackling its own “book famine

Protecting intellectual property

One would like to think that in today's “knowledge society” the plethora of information available, in a vast array of formats, would either be in the public domain or at least easily accessible to teachers, researchers, literacy trainers, librarians and other users of information.

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