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Business Practices Committee Report 61

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5. Conclusion



The Committee bend backwards as far as it could to enable Cawood to substantiate the claims made by him. No evidence was led that these claims were true and the Committee believes that no "Business System" or "Unique Range of Clothes" branded and Labelled as "Coed Naked" existed. Cawood could not prove that he had any exclusive rights to any process or any Heat Presses or that Rampage had the largest selection of transfers available in South Africa. The approval from the Department of Education was restricted to a recommendation in a media guide, it was not the approval of a specific product.


Whether, by design or accident, the business practices of Cawood through Rampage constitute harmful business practices. There are no grounds justifying the practices in the public interest.