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1:20
Yesterday

A partnership to power up access to policy materials

Through a partnership with Coherent Digital, Sabinet now offers its users access to the Policy Commons database, an important resource for researchers, educators, students and policymakers.

3:30
Yesterday

POPIA prior authorisation commencement date set for 2022

The regulator extends the commencement date of the provision that requires firms to obtain prior authorisation if processing certain types of personal information.

3:30

Data policy won’t help govt spy on anyone, says Ndabeni-Abrahams

The minister of communications and digital technologies addresses the public’s misconceptions and perceived flaws of the draft data and cloud policy.

4:40
Friday

Legal battle looms over Amazon’s proposed Cape Town HQ

Public crowdfund donations pour in to support the upcoming court battle against the development of the US retail giant’s proposed R4.5 billion facility in Cape Town.

5:40
Thursday

South Africans lose ‘billions’ in Africrypt crypto scam

Two Durban brothers, aged 17 and 20, “vanish” with funds after claiming their crypto trading platform had been hacked.

1:30

Privacy is broadening to focus on trust

The  importance of data protection and regulatory compliance will  only  continue to grow in 2021, says OneTrust's privacy analyst.

4:50

Simplifying credit management

There are two main challenges when it comes to credit compliance and loan management in the industry, says Pierre Bezuidenhout, GM of Delter IT Service.

1:40
Thursday

Webinar: Key cyber security tips for POPIA and Cyber Crimes Bill

A live, free webinar is being held on 29 June, in a joint presentation by cyber security specialist F-Secure and legal firm Webber Wentzel.

3:00

Momentum Trust develops online will generator for South Africans

The financial services company partners with global software provider Arken.legal to offer a free online will generation service.

5:40

South Africa makes bold moves to regulate crypto assets

The Intergovernmental Fintech Working Group releases a paper which takes the position that the country should begin to regulate the crypto-currency markets.

4:10

Airbnb SA calls for short-term online rental register

The hospitality booking site pens a five-point short-term rentals proposal for government on ways to rebuild a sustainable future for tourism in a post-pandemic SA.

3:10
13 Jun

Spectrum negotiations with litigants unfolding well, says ICASA

The regulator says it should be in a good position to yield an amicable settlement agreement by no later than end of August 2021.