A literary and artistic work shall not be considered as a work protected by copyright under this Act unless it is an original intellectual creation in the literary or artistic domain.

Literary and artistic works under this Act include:

(a) books, pamphlets, articles, computer programmes and other writings;

(b) speeches, lectures, addresses, sermons and other oral works;

(c) dramatic, dramatic-musical works, pantomimes, choreographic works and other works created for stage productions;

(d) stage productions of works referred to in paragraph (a) and of expressions of folklore;

(e) musical works with or without accompanying words;

(f) audiovisual works;

(g) works of architecture;

(h) works of drawing, painting, sculpture, engraving, lithography, tapestry and other works of fine art;

(i) photographic works;

(j) works of applied art; and

(k) illustrations, maps, plans, sketches and three-dimensional works relative to geography, topography, architecture or science.