Now that the Liquor Board has had its opportunity of touring all of the provinces of the Republic, it is perhaps as well to reflect on the large number of applications which have been rejected because the papers were not in order.
George Devenish discusses the inroads into press freedom in South Africa in the light of legislation, eg. the Police Amendment Act and the Inquest Amendment Act. Mr Devenish feels that a free and creative press will greatly facilitate evolutionary political change in South Africa.
South African manufacturers frequently experience uncertainty as to proprietary rights in industrial designs susceptible to design registration because of various difficulties. Mr D. Momberg deals with aspects of the Designs Act 57 of 1967 and the Copyright Act 98 of 1979.