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24 Oct 2012, 10:52 am by Jeremy
For the second time this month (and here is the first), Afro-IP has the pleasure of hosting a piece from guest blogger Caroline Ncube -- who increasingly needs no introduction. [read post]
10 May 2013, 8:53 am by Jeremy
 Afro Leo is pleased to welcome Caroline Ncube, who teaches and researches IP issues at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and Isaac Rutenberg, who directs CIPIT in Kenya. [read post]
3 Apr 2016, 8:35 pm by Afro Leo
Afro Leo is delighted to announce that blogger Prof Caroline Ncube is launching her new book on IP, and it involves Africa. [read post]
21 Mar 2018, 12:01 pm by Afro-Corne
Professor Ncube will discuss options to craft laws that comply with international norms yet are responsive to Africa’s developmental context and support economic growth in the formal and informal sectors.WITH PROFESSOR CAROLINE NCUBECaroline Ncube has served as Deputy Dean, Postgraduate Studies and Head of the Department of Commercial Law at UCT’s Faculty of Law. [read post]
18 Jan 2020, 3:43 pm by Afro Ng'ombe
AfroIP is delighted to announce that the South African Research Chair in IP, Innovation and Innovation(Research Chair is held by fellow blogger, Professor Caroline Ncube) is hosting a launch event for Dr. [read post]
11 Jul 2014, 7:47 am by Darren Olivier
IP experts in the Cape have come together to deliver a stellar 3 day program aimed at educating and demystifying IP.Presenters include Afro-IP's own Caroline Ncube amongst other academics from both Cape Town and Stellenbosch Universities as well as attorneys from eminent law firms in the region. [read post]
5 Jul 2015, 11:43 pm by Afro Leo
Caroline B Ncube (@caro_ncube) June 29, 2015#sandtondiscussion led by @LQamata focusing on ugandan trade mark law: mandela auto spares oppose the registration of nairobi java house. [read post]
19 Jul 2015, 11:16 pm by Afro Leo
Afro-IP: Chameleon controversy— Caroline B Ncube (@caro_ncube) July 13, 2015The confusion occurring in this case is reverse confusion. [read post]
21 Jun 2019, 1:46 pm by Chijioke Ifeoma Okorie
As some readers of this blog may know, Afro-IP blogger and Professor of Law at the University of Cape Town, Caroline Ncube was awarded the inaugural South African Research Chair in Intellectual Property, Innovation, and Development at UCT.Under the auspices of her Chair, Caroline is co-hosting the 3rd Annual Conference of the South African Association of Intellectual Property Law and Information Technology Law Teachers and Researchers (AIPLITL) on 1 - 2 July 2019. [read post]
31 Jul 2014, 8:57 am by Kingsley Egbuonu
Source: hereLast June, fellow Leo, Caroline Ncube, reported that Ghana is one of those few African countries with an intellectual property (IP) policy - be it in draft or not. [read post]
14 Jun 2014, 7:41 am by Jeremy Speres
Caroline Ncube’s informative post on this blog here.What I found particularly interesting is how the police couldn't simply rely on linking the IP address used to upload the film to the suspect. [read post]
1 Dec 2013, 10:22 pm by Caroline Ncube
The first issue of South African Intellectual Property Law Journal (IPLJ) edited by Lee-Ann Tong and Caroline Ncube (this Leo) is now in print.The IPLJ strives to be the journal of choice for academics, practitioners and students of IP law. [read post]
14 Sep 2014, 9:01 am by Jeremy
"The draft national Intellectual Property Policy proposals for improving South Africa's patent registration system: a review", by fellow Afro-IP blogger Caroline NCube (Associate Professor, University of Cape Town), has just been published online in the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (JIPLP). [read post]
10 Feb 2013, 10:00 pm by Kingsley Egbuonu
Hopefully, CLDP's work bears fruit in the long run.Best wishes for Mali.Other IP-related newsSoftware Piracy: Still on malware, Microsoft's recent report highlights the indirect link between computer malware infection rates and the use of unlicensed software globally including certain parts of Africa;PAIPO: This blog has stirred the debate surrounding the establishment of an overarching IP office for the African continent, PAIPO, and recently posted an update by Afro-Leo's friend Caroline… [read post]
14 Dec 2014, 9:02 pm by Jeremy
Just over a year ago, Afro-IP's Caroline Ncube reported on Burundi's intellectual property policy, which doesn't appear to have gone beyond a draft, and sadly there doesn't seem to be much news since then. [read post]
6 Jan 2015, 12:19 am by Caroline Ncube
The second volume of the SA Intellectual Property Law Journal, published by Juta Law and edited by Lee-Ann Tong & Caroline Ncube is now available.Juta Law is a RoMEO white publisher and the full length articles are not immediately available online to non-subscribers. [read post]
29 Oct 2020, 7:22 am by Chijioke Okorie
The session on “Pharmaceuticals, health care value chains and health resilience” had a distinguished panel of speakers including Professor Caroline Ncube, University of Cape Town SARChI Research Chair: Intellectual Property, Innovation and Development who shared perspectives on the AfCFTA IP Protocol and pharmaceutical value chains. [read post]
20 May 2013, 1:08 am
 More admiration goes to the Afro-IP weblog where recent posts from new team members Caroline Ncube (here) and Isaac Rutenberg (here), together with the ever-active Kingsley Egbuonu (here), are doing so much to show how much IP means to Africa, and vice versa. [read post]
26 Feb 2014, 3:07 pm
 If you'd just like to speak to someone about appropriate topics, or want to find out more about this peer-reviewed journal, which is still in its relative infancy, email Lee-Ann Tong at or Afro-IP blogger Caroline Ncube at [read post]
2 Jul 2014, 1:33 am by Jeremy Speres
For those not interested in my ramblings below and who are only looking for a copy of the judgement, you can find it here.As previously reported by Profs Roshana Kelbrick and Caroline Ncube on this blog here and here, former Vodacom employee Nkosana Makate sued Vodacom for remuneration in respect of the Please Call Me concept that he claimed to have conceived whilst in Vodacom's employ.Essentially, Makate claimed that he had concluded an oral… [read post]