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Copy Right Bill to protect musicians' royalties - DTI

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Cape Town - The Copyright Amendment Bill, which currently serves before Parliament, will urgently address the non-payment of royalties to musicians, said Director-General of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Lionel October. 

October was briefing the Trade and Industry Portfolio Committee on the DTI's inputs and responses for submissions on Copyright Amendment Bill 2017 in Parliament last week. 

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