The presidency’s legal team is analysing all submissions and petitions on the contentious Copyright Amendment Bill and will advise him on the proposed law, President Cyril Ramaphosa has said in a written reply to a parliamentary question.

However, the president said in reply to a question by DA trade and industry spokesperson Dean Macpherson that no task-team has been established to deal with the bill, which has been adopted by parliament but which is strongly opposed by key sectors of the publishing industry...

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