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    Clairemarsh67

    So, does this mean that 75% of the royalties will still leave the country – considering on average, South African music quota sit at a minimum of 25%. And what about the SABC? Will they pay too, considering that they get government funding, license fees from their audience and commercial revenue too. Which other industry has to be levied a total in excess of 10%, when you consider ICASA fees, MDDA levies, SAMRO and now this. The smaller stations like Capricorn, M Power and OFM will surely struggle from a financial perspective.

    Claire

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    wisani

    judging by the number of ads on capricorn fm, it can hardly be termed a small station. yes their ads rates might be heavily discounted when compared to their gauteng counterparts but they are certainly making a killing.

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