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The Grocery Retail Sector Market Inquiry Preliminary Report On Exclusive Lease Agreements
On 30 October 2015 the Competition Commission established the Grocery Retail Sector Market Inquiry (the "Inquiry") with the purpose to assess amongst others, the impact of long-term lease agreements.
South Africa
29 Jul 2019
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No Patent Protection For Pharmaceutical Products In Rwanda
Rwanda's 2009 Law on Intellectual Property, expressly excludes pharmaceutical products from patent protection.
South Africa
26 Jul 2019
3
The Tiff Over Teff | Traditional Knowledge
Recently, Mr Fitsum Arega, the Ethiopian Ambassador to the United States of America, tweeted news that the Court of The Hague had just handed down judgment in a matter in which two Dutch patents...
South Africa
22 Jul 2019
4
New Trade Mark Opposition Tribunal For Nigeria
On 19 June 2019 the Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment inaugurated a new Trade Mark Tribunal, with the view of accelerating oppositions and related matters.
South Africa
12 Jul 2019
5
Rwanda | Upcoming Renewal Deadline For Trade Mark Registrations
Previously, under the old 1963 Act, Rwandan trade marks were registered indefinitely (i.e. there was no need to renew a trade mark registration).
South Africa
10 Jul 2019
6
Making A Song And Dance About Copyright In Choreography
Dance as a copyright-protected work came under the international spotlight over the last year in the USA.
South Africa
9 Jul 2019
7
Is It Justice Or An Extension Of Prescription Period : Masindi vs Road Accident Fund
In South Africa, generally, prescription is regulated by the Prescription Act 68 of 1969 and in delictual, contractual (or any other liability), the
South Africa
9 Jul 2019
8
Burundi | Reminder – Tm Renewals Deadline – 29 July 2019
Proprietors of trade marks in Burundi should take note of an upcoming trade mark renewal deadline which may be relevant to their marks in this country.
South Africa
3 Jul 2019
9
Cross-Examination Is Possible In Cancellation Proceedings In Kenya
In Biostadt India Limited v Osho Chemical Industries Limited, Biostadt applied for the expungement of the WOKOZIM trade mark registered in the name of Osho in relation to botanical organic foliar/ fertilizer.
South Africa
24 Jun 2019
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Ten Things To Know About Recent Developments And Trends In Africa | May 2019
Although Nigeria is still not on board, the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) has reached critical mass to move forwards with the recent ratification from The Gambia.
South Africa
13 Jun 2019
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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
12
Technological Development And Innovation Is Changing The Way Business Is Done In Africa
Africa's development, both economically and politically, is in part underlined by technological development. With over 400 tech and innovation hubs ...
South Africa
10 Jun 2019
13
Free Trade Agreement Reaches Minimum Threshold To Enter Into Force
Against the backdrop of Africa's significantly low levels of intra-jurisdiction trade, the benefits of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) have been acknowledged across the continent
South Africa
5 Jun 2019
14
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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Rugby League Star's Family To Receive Compensation Following His Wrongful Death In Hospital
The High Court in Pretoria has ruled that Gauteng's current Health MEC, Dr Gwen Ramokgopa, must pay for all damages sustained as a result of a local rugby league player's death at the Steve Biko Hospital.
South Africa
15 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
17
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
18
Assigning High Demand Spectrum In The ICT Sector – A Possible Hybrid Method
The telecommunications sector is the backbone of the of the digital economy.
South Africa
16 Apr 2019
19
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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