Safaricom reassures artists about royalty payments

Wednesday 13 April 2016 | 11:18 CET | News
Kenyan operator Safaricom has assured Kenyan artists that their money, collected in the form of Skiza tunes royalty payments, is safe, Star reported. The statement comes ahead of a court ruling on 15 April expected to give clear direction to the stalemate that has delayed the release of payment of the said royalties. Some artists filed a case in court last year, seeking an injunction to stop three collective management organizations (CMOs) - Music and Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK), Prisk and Kamp - from entering into an agreement with Safaricom over the Skiza royalties. Safaricom director

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Categories: General
Companies: Safaricom
Countries: Kenya
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