MacDonald Netshitenze was appointed Registrar of Patents and Trade Marks in the mid 90s and a black man with attitude, and no background in IP, was about as welcome as a wet fart in a space suit. His new Bill will lead to all sorts of absurdities as it seeks to give protection to things which are not original, making traditional knowledge the antithesis of intellectual property.
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