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These Ingenious African Inventors Are Tackling The World's Worst Water Weed
Hya Matla Organics has found a way to deal with a plant that is choking SA's waterways
South Africa
11 Jun 2019
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Muddy Puddles! A Trade Mark Lesson From Peppa Pig
My 3-year-old daughter simply adores Peppa Pig. She can watch Peppa Pig, her little brother George, Mummy Pig, Daddy Pig and the other assortment ...
South Africa
30 May 2019
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Listen | The Copyright Amendment Blow? How The Bill Will Affect The Creative Sector
Why is South Africa's proposed new Copyright Amendment Bill receiving so much opposition from the country's creative sector and education publishers?
South Africa
3 May 2019
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Ethiopia Has Introduced An Online Trade Mark Filing System
The Ethiopian Intellectual Property Office (EIPO), in collaboration with the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO), has officially adopted an online trade mark filing system.
South Africa
30 Apr 2019
5
IP For Good (Beer)
AB InBev offers its patented technology for free to microbrewers after patenting a new brewing innovation
South Africa
12 Apr 2019
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Get Yourself Binded.Com | Copyright Made Simple For Photographers
What do blockchain technology and Frightened Rabbit's front-man Scott Hutchison have to do with one another?
South Africa
12 Apr 2019
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The Thorny Issue Of Cultural Appropriation
In the South African context, we are regularly confronted by examples of what is labelled as "cultural appropriation". What is cultural appropriation and where is the line ...
South Africa
12 Apr 2019
8
Power Dynamics And IP Laws | Is The Balance Fairly Struck By Current IP Legislation?
Part one of this series by Myriam Christmann was titled The Thorny Issue of Cultural Appropriation and served as an introduction to the topic in general and introduced the idea ...
South Africa
11 Apr 2019
9
How Intellectual Property Rights Are Human Rights
In Part One of this series of articles we introduced the concept of cultural appropriation and provided an explanation of why it sits uncomfortably with most of us.
South Africa
11 Apr 2019
10
Who Owns The Roger Federer RF Monogram Trade Mark?
While you channel hop between the FIFA World Cup and the tennis you may have noticed that Roger Federer ...
South Africa
11 Apr 2019
11
So You Think You Can Patent Your Invention?
You've come up with a great new idea and believe you're the first person in the world to have that idea.
South Africa
11 Apr 2019
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Listen | The Intellectual Property Information Gap, The Risks And Opportunities For Value Creation, And How To Get There
There appears to be a yawning gap between good governance and the role of intellectual property disclosure and value creation.
South Africa
9 Apr 2019
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Inventor Challenges Zimbabwean Patent Office On Business Method Inventions
Tawanda Mahanzu, a Zimbabwean entrepreneur and inventor ("the applicant"), has approached the Intellectual Property Tribunal of Zimbabwe ("the IPT") ...
South Africa
5 Apr 2019
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David Guetta Accused Of Copyright Infringement
A popular South African musician, Daniel Baron, has accused the international dance music superstar David Guetta of plagiarising the melody from one of his singles.
South Africa
1 Apr 2019
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Notice Regarding Property Transfer Tax For Intellectual Property
On 25 December 2018, the Zambian Industrial Property Office issued a legal notice regarding the application of the Property Transfer Tax (Amendment) Act, 2017 on trade marks, patents and Industrial designs.
Zambia
21 Mar 2019
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Goods And Services Classification Update For OAPI
The OAPI IP Office recently published a notice informing trade mark owners, agents and all other users of the OAPI regional system that the Trade Marks Registry applies the current version of the Nice Classification system ...
South Africa
13 Mar 2019
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Hopes That Changes To The Bangui Agreement Will Improve Trade Mark Prosecution And Litigation Processes
It is hoped that a revision of the terms and functionality of the Bangui Agreement, subject to ratification by all member states of OAPI, will bring significant changes to the prosecution and litigation procedures ...
South Africa
13 Mar 2019
18
Sudan Has Scrapped IP Appeal Committees In Favour Of Court Processes
The Registrar General of Intellectual Property in Sudan has recently announced a change in the prosecution of trade marks in Sudan.
South Africa
7 Mar 2019
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Update: Brexit No-Deal Implications For Africa
The UKIPO has been helpful in providing regular updates on what would happen to the intellectual property rights of those with interests in the UK ...
European Union
28 Feb 2019
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Sierra Leone's Much-Anticipated Trade Marks Act Sputters To Life
Despite enacting new Design and Patent legislation in 2012, the much-anticipated promulgation of the amended Trade Marks Act has been in limbo for several years.
Sierra Leone
6 Feb 2019
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