Racial edicts in the form of the current empowerment regime have been presented as a non-negotiable by President Ramaphosa, writes Terence Corrigan.
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Moneyweb’s contention that Fin24 infringed copyright law on two stories at the heart of the copyright case has been deemed invalid by a judge in the South Gauteng High Court.
The copyright ruling vindicates Media24's conviction that its conduct was fair and lawful, says Media24 CEO Esmaré Weideman.
How journalists compile their articles is in the spotlight as Media24's lawyers argue that Moneyweb has not shown "originality" in a copyright battle between the two.
The copyright dispute between Moneyweb and Media24 has moved to comparing articles in the High Court in Johannesburg.
The court case between Moneyweb and Fin24 for alleged plagiarism, copyright infringement and unfair competition is finally due to start.
Media group Moneyweb Holdings has reported a loss of R2.6m for the financial year ending June 30 2014, from R89 000 for the previous financial year.
Fin24 has strongly denied Moneyweb's plagiarism charges, saying it did not infringe copyright, compete unfairly or pass off others’ work as its own.
Following a year of dramatic economic news events, Fin24 wishes all our users a prosperous 2018.
Bell Pottinger suffers the consequences of interfering in South Africa's affairs, retailers dominate bourse and Telkom launched its zero-rated streaming platform.
Online business publication Moneyweb’s claim that Fin24 committed “plagiarism on an industrial scale” is extravagant, the South Gauteng High Court has ruled.
The South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg has struck down allegations by business publication Moneyweb that its rival Fin24 is guilty of copyright infringement and has ordered Moneyweb to pay 70% of Fin24's legal costs.
The Copyright Act has not kept up with the internet age, counsel for Media24 has said in the company's defence after Moneywebhas accused it of using its stories.
Two South African media companies are due to slug it out in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg over claims of copyright infringement.
Results show that Moneyweb is scrambling to hold its own among the offerings of big time media rivals like Naspers, Times Media and Independent Newspapers.
Moneyweb anticipates a bigger headline loss and loss per share for the six months ending December compared to the same period for the year 2012.
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