SARRALSouth African Recording Rights Association Limited
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29) SAMRO, traditionally confined to the administration of performing rights, took over the role once played by SARRAL (South African Recording Rights Association Limited), after the latter's demise, especially as many SARRAL members were also SAMRO members in respect of performing rights.
SAMRO has traditionally administered performing rights, with SARRAL (the South African Recording Rights Association Limited) and NORM (the National Organisation for Reproduction Rights in Music in Southern Africa) administering mechanical rights.
The one society, SARRAL, which was accredited to represent both performers and owners of sound recordings, has since been liquidated.