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Copyright & A2K Issues - 13 July 2020

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Intellectual Property:

Parliament can uphold the Constitution by passing the Copyright Amendment Bill — again

https://bit.ly/2Zp62jS

Actors dealt a blow as president sends two bills back to Parliament

https://bit.ly/2ZmPfxx

June 16 2020: A Sad Day for South African Youth

http://infojustice.org/archives/42438

 

Directors beware! The court declares Dudu Myeni (former SAA Chair) a Delinquent Director

It is a common principle within South African company law that a company is managed by its board of directors (“Board”). The Board bears the responsibility for the functioning and management of the company and is ultimately accountable for the performance thereof. However, the Board’s collective responsibility does not exclude the individual responsibility and liability of each of the directors.

It is a common principle within South African company law that a company is managed by its board of directors (“Board”). The Board bears the responsibility for the functioning and management of the company and is ultimately accountable for the performance thereof. However, the Board’s collective responsibility does not exclude the individual responsibility and liability of each of the directors.

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