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SAMRO, the Southern African Music Rights Organisation, is a copyright asset management society. It was established by the South African Copyright Act and aims to protect the intellectual property of music creators by licensing music users, collecting license fees, and distributing royalties to music creators. SAMRO represents more than 15,000 Southern African music composers, lyricists/authors, and music publishers. The organization administers performing rights.

Back in Nov 2019 Mike Palmedo reported that Struan Douglas has a recent article in Noseweek arguing that the South African Music Rights Organization (SAMRO) needs to operate under more transparency and to be more closely regulated. He notes a “huge income inequality gap between top and bottom royalty earners”, and reports that 95 out of its 595 top royalty earners were “music publishers, most of whom were found to have been deregistered or nonexistent.” Douglas also reports that SAMRO has been charging license fees for public domain works.

1st October 2019 By Struan Douglas South African Music Rights Oligarchy ‘The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There’s also a negative side.’ – Hunter S Thompson How come so many great South African musicians have died paupers? There is good reason to believe that the oligarchy of the South African Music Rights Organisation (Samro) might have had more than a little to do with it. Despite numerous complaints over the years, Samro continues to be accused of a lack of transparency in its financial dealings and remains subject to little or no oversight.


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