Next week is Copyright Week! A whole week about copyright? Yip, that’s right. There’s lots to say, discuss and advocate for change around copyright to make the world a better place! The copyright law in South Africa is governed by the Copyright Act No. 98 of 1978, (as amended up to Copyright Amendment Act 2002).
By: Kelsey Weins #OpenAfrica is an open advocacy training course that provides both a physical and online course. It’s a Open BootCamp where the cohort is taken through a range of Open Access Movement projects to help immerse the participants in all the possibilities of Openness
By: Kelsey Weins As a response to the restrictive policies of the Apartheid government, the right to access to information was enshrined in the South African Bill of Rights. The Promotion of Access to Information Act of 2000 outlines the process through which citizens can request information held by public and private bodies. While important, the act …
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