Legal View

Information Regulator cautions private camera network operators

Before an operator can install and monitor surveillance cameras, reasonable steps must be adhered to in terms of the law, says the Information Regulator.


Beating the pressure in the legal industry

Sabinet National Legislation gives users instant access to South African legislation, providing information that is accurate, timely, relevant and reliable.

9 Sep

ICASA slaps MTN with R5m fine over WhatsApp bundle hike

The regulator issues a R5 million fine to MTN for contravening Regulation 9 of the Standard Terms and Conditions, with R2 million suspended for three years.


SA firm trials drone tech to detect explosive weapons

Skymotion Solutions is trialling unmanned aerial vehicle technology to detect and map unexploded ordinance.


Altron unit suspends three execs for irregularities allegations

Altron chief executive Mteto Nyati says the suspensions are in line with the company's zero-tolerance to unethical conduct.


Google fined $170m for child privacy violations on YouTube

The company will pay a record amount for allegedly illegally collecting personal information from children without their parents’ consent.


Professor decries Joburg’s private surveillance networks

Professor Jane Duncan of the University of Johannesburg seeks answers regarding private camera networks around Johannesburg.


Inside Gugulethu entrepreneurs’ IP theft fight with Nedbank

Entrepreneurs Thandile Jwambi and Nicolas Kutumane chronicle the details leading to the IP theft standoff with the big four bank.

30 Aug

MTN, employees face off on store selloff, permanent positions

Employees publicly urge MTN to reconsider selling off its stores, while MTN has reiterated the store transformation is not about reducing stores or reducing jobs.

28 Aug

Nedbank says no compensation for Gugulethu entrepreneurs

The bank vows to defend itself at the high court against the entrepreneurs who are accusing it of stealing their invention.


The impact of POPIA on education

The requirements of POPIA should not be seen as onerous within the education space, they should be seen as good business practice for day-to-day operations, says d6 group.