SAFREA's new chair, Laura Rawden, expressed her intention in a press release today that she intends spearheading a campaign against the low rates that are being paid to freelancers in the industry.
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Safrea's chair, Clive Lotter, expresses concern about unpaid internships in a press release published today.
Safrea sent in a detailed response well in time for the Department of Trade and Industry's proposed amendment to the Copyright Act.
Read a synopsis of these comments here.
The Southern African Freelancers’ Association (Safrea) is greatly concerned about the potential impacts of the Copyright Amendment Bill, as gazetted by the Department of Trade and Industry (dti) on 27 July 2015.