surgical or physiological details the disclosure of which is likely to be offensive
or harmful to public morals; or
(ii) for the dissolution or a declaration of
nullity of a marriage or for judicial separation or for restitution of conjugal
lights, any particulars other than—
A. the names and occupations of the
parties and witnesses;
B. a concise statement of the allegations, defences and counterallegations in support of which evidence has been given;
C. submissions on any point of law
arising in the course of the proceedings, and the decision of the court
D. the judgment and the verdict of the
court and any observations made by
the judge in giving judgment.
(3) Subparagraph (ii) of paragraph (c) of subsection (2) shall not be construed so as to permit the
disclosure of anything contrary to subparagraph (i)
of that paragraph.
(4) This section shall not apply to—
(a) the printing of any pleading, transcript of
evidence or other document for use in connection with any judicial proceedings or the
communication thereof to persons concerned
in the proceedings;
(b) the printing, publishing or distribution of any
notice or report in pursuance of the directions
of any court;
(c) any separate volume or part of any bona fide
series of law reports which does not form part
of any other publication and consists solely of
reports of proceedings in any court;
(d) any publication of a technical, scientific or
professional nature bona fide intended for the
advancement of or for use in any particular
profession or branch of arts, literature or science;
(e) any publication of a bona fide religious
(5) The Board may, on such conditions as it may
consider fit, exempt in writing any person or
institution from any provision of this section either
indefinitely or for a period determined by it, and
may at any time by notice in writing to the person
or institution concerned withdraw any exemption
granted under this subsection.
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(6) No prosecution in respect of an offence under subsection (1a) shall be instituted without the
authority in writing given under the hand of the
Attorney-General or his deputy.
14 Power of Board to examine
publications, pictures, statues and
records and to declare them
undesirable or to declare publication or
record prohibited
(1) The Board shall have power to examine any
publication, picture, statue or record and to declare
whether or not it is, in the opinion of the Board,
(2) The Board may, if it considers it necessary
or expedient in the public interest to do so, declare
any publication, picture, statue or record which has
been declared undesirable under subsection (1) or
section thirteen to be prohibited.
(3) When the Board has given any decision under subsection (1) or (2) declaring any publication,
picture, statue or record to be undesirable or
prohibited, it shall, without delay, cause such
decision to be made known by notice published in
the Gazette.
(4) In a notice in terms of subsection (3) making
known the decision of the Board declaring any
picture which is accompanied by a word or words
or any publication or record to be undesirable or
prohibited it shall not be necessary for the word or
words concerned or the actual title of the publication or record to be set out in the notice if the
notice, in describing the picture, publication or
record, also sufficiently describes the word or
words or title concerned.
(5) The Board may, after making a declaration
in terms of subsection (1) or (2), direct the secretary of the Board to notify such person or class of
persons, as the Board thinks fit, of the declaration.
(6) No prosecution shall be instituted under this
Act in respect of any publication, picture, statue or
record if the Board has, under subsection (1),
declared that in the Board’s opinion it is not undesirable.
(7) Any publication, picture, statue or record
imported after the Board has, under subsection (1),
declared that in the Board’s opinion it is undesirable, shall be liable to forfeiture and shall be disposed of as the Board may direct.
15 Future periodical publications
(1) Subject to this section, where—


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