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Compelling reasons for SA firms to comply with POPIA

Where does the Protection of Personal Information Act come into the data privacy picture for South African businesses?

5:10

SURVEY: POPIA and your go-to-market strategy

SA firms are looking to strike the perfect balance between their direct marketing strategies and data privacy regulations.

4:50

What GDPR means for SA businesses

South African entities that flout data privacy requirements face fines under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

1:40

Free WiFi for SA labour courts

Online information services provider Sabinet rolls out free, fast-speed WiFi in labour courts across SA.

1:30

Legal connections get connected in labour court, thanks to Sabinet

Sabinet's provision of free WiFi means legal practitioners have reliable access to online legislation and resources in order to carry out their tasks efficiently.

2:20
1 Nov

MTN accused of illegally erecting billboard

Ward 89 councillor Amelia Bester alleges the mobile operator illegally erected a billboard at a bridge along 14th Avenue.

1:20

Legislation and compliance a critical part of HR and payroll software

Tax authorities are becoming more meticulous than ever, and legislative compliance is critical to the growth and success of any business, says Ian McAlister, General Manager, CRS Technologies.

4:10
30 Oct

MTN hits back at employees, denies missing shares

The mobile operator responds to accusations that it mishandled a R4.3 billion black empowerment deal, prejudicing its employees.

2:10

Microsoft tech to combat crime in Durban’s inner city

The software giant and Durban Metro Police Service partner to introduce a smart policing system.

4:00

Cannabis decriminalised: how it affects the workplace

At this stage, the Prince judgment does not affect an employer's obligation to maintain a safe working environment for its employees, says Webber Wentzel.

2:10

Fake qualifications equals dismissal and imprisonment

Any person found to be misrepresenting their qualifications or lying about their educational background could be liable for a fine or imprisonment of up to five years, says Webber Wentzel.

4:00

Compelling reasons for SA firms to comply with POPIA

Where does the Protection of Personal Information Act come into the data privacy picture for South African businesses?

5:10

SURVEY: POPIA and your go-to-market strategy

SA firms are looking to strike the perfect balance between their direct marketing strategies and data privacy regulations.

4:50

What GDPR means for SA businesses

South African entities that flout data privacy requirements face fines under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

1:40

Free WiFi for SA labour courts

Online information services provider Sabinet rolls out free, fast-speed WiFi in labour courts across SA.

1:30

Legal connections get connected in labour court, thanks to Sabinet

Sabinet's provision of free WiFi means legal practitioners have reliable access to online legislation and resources in order to carry out their tasks efficiently.

2:20
1 Nov

MTN accused of illegally erecting billboard

Ward 89 councillor Amelia Bester alleges the mobile operator illegally erected a billboard at a bridge along 14th Avenue.

1:20

Legislation and compliance a critical part of HR and payroll software

Tax authorities are becoming more meticulous than ever, and legislative compliance is critical to the growth and success of any business, says Ian McAlister, General Manager, CRS Technologies.

4:10
30 Oct

MTN hits back at employees, denies missing shares

The mobile operator responds to accusations that it mishandled a R4.3 billion black empowerment deal, prejudicing its employees.

2:10

Microsoft tech to combat crime in Durban’s inner city

The software giant and Durban Metro Police Service partner to introduce a smart policing system.

4:00

Cannabis decriminalised: how it affects the workplace

At this stage, the Prince judgment does not affect an employer's obligation to maintain a safe working environment for its employees, says Webber Wentzel.

2:10

Fake qualifications equals dismissal and imprisonment

Any person found to be misrepresenting their qualifications or lying about their educational background could be liable for a fine or imprisonment of up to five years, says Webber Wentzel.

4:00

Compelling reasons for SA firms to comply with POPIA

Where does the Protection of Personal Information Act come into the data privacy picture for South African businesses?

5:10

SURVEY: POPIA and your go-to-market strategy

SA firms are looking to strike the perfect balance between their direct marketing strategies and data privacy regulations.

4:50

What GDPR means for SA businesses

South African entities that flout data privacy requirements face fines under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

1:40

Free WiFi for SA labour courts

Online information services provider Sabinet rolls out free, fast-speed WiFi in labour courts across SA.

1:30

Legal connections get connected in labour court, thanks to Sabinet

Sabinet's provision of free WiFi means legal practitioners have reliable access to online legislation and resources in order to carry out their tasks efficiently.

2:20
1 Nov

MTN accused of illegally erecting billboard

Ward 89 councillor Amelia Bester alleges the mobile operator illegally erected a billboard at a bridge along 14th Avenue.

1:20

Legislation and compliance a critical part of HR and payroll software

Tax authorities are becoming more meticulous than ever, and legislative compliance is critical to the growth and success of any business, says Ian McAlister, General Manager, CRS Technologies.

4:10
30 Oct

MTN hits back at employees, denies missing shares

The mobile operator responds to accusations that it mishandled a R4.3 billion black empowerment deal, prejudicing its employees.

2:10

Microsoft tech to combat crime in Durban’s inner city

The software giant and Durban Metro Police Service partner to introduce a smart policing system.

4:00

Cannabis decriminalised: how it affects the workplace

At this stage, the Prince judgment does not affect an employer's obligation to maintain a safe working environment for its employees, says Webber Wentzel.

2:10

Fake qualifications equals dismissal and imprisonment

Any person found to be misrepresenting their qualifications or lying about their educational background could be liable for a fine or imprisonment of up to five years, says Webber Wentzel.

4:00

Compelling reasons for SA firms to comply with POPIA

Where does the Protection of Personal Information Act come into the data privacy picture for South African businesses?

5:10

SURVEY: POPIA and your go-to-market strategy

SA firms are looking to strike the perfect balance between their direct marketing strategies and data privacy regulations.

4:50

What GDPR means for SA businesses

South African entities that flout data privacy requirements face fines under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

1:40

Free WiFi for SA labour courts

Online information services provider Sabinet rolls out free, fast-speed WiFi in labour courts across SA.

1:30

Legal connections get connected in labour court, thanks to Sabinet

Sabinet's provision of free WiFi means legal practitioners have reliable access to online legislation and resources in order to carry out their tasks efficiently.

2:20
1 Nov

MTN accused of illegally erecting billboard

Ward 89 councillor Amelia Bester alleges the mobile operator illegally erected a billboard at a bridge along 14th Avenue.

1:20

Legislation and compliance a critical part of HR and payroll software

Tax authorities are becoming more meticulous than ever, and legislative compliance is critical to the growth and success of any business, says Ian McAlister, General Manager, CRS Technologies.

4:10
30 Oct

MTN hits back at employees, denies missing shares

The mobile operator responds to accusations that it mishandled a R4.3 billion black empowerment deal, prejudicing its employees.

2:10

Microsoft tech to combat crime in Durban’s inner city

The software giant and Durban Metro Police Service partner to introduce a smart policing system.

4:00

Cannabis decriminalised: how it affects the workplace

At this stage, the Prince judgment does not affect an employer's obligation to maintain a safe working environment for its employees, says Webber Wentzel.

2:10

Fake qualifications equals dismissal and imprisonment

Any person found to be misrepresenting their qualifications or lying about their educational background could be liable for a fine or imprisonment of up to five years, says Webber Wentzel.

4:00

Compelling reasons for SA firms to comply with POPIA

Where does the Protection of Personal Information Act come into the data privacy picture for South African businesses?

5:10

SURVEY: POPIA and your go-to-market strategy

SA firms are looking to strike the perfect balance between their direct marketing strategies and data privacy regulations.

4:50

What GDPR means for SA businesses

South African entities that flout data privacy requirements face fines under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

1:40

Free WiFi for SA labour courts

Online information services provider Sabinet rolls out free, fast-speed WiFi in labour courts across SA.

1:30

Legal connections get connected in labour court, thanks to Sabinet

Sabinet's provision of free WiFi means legal practitioners have reliable access to online legislation and resources in order to carry out their tasks efficiently.

2:20
1 Nov

MTN accused of illegally erecting billboard

Ward 89 councillor Amelia Bester alleges the mobile operator illegally erected a billboard at a bridge along 14th Avenue.

1:20

Legislation and compliance a critical part of HR and payroll software

Tax authorities are becoming more meticulous than ever, and legislative compliance is critical to the growth and success of any business, says Ian McAlister, General Manager, CRS Technologies.

4:10
30 Oct

MTN hits back at employees, denies missing shares

The mobile operator responds to accusations that it mishandled a R4.3 billion black empowerment deal, prejudicing its employees.

2:10

Microsoft tech to combat crime in Durban’s inner city

The software giant and Durban Metro Police Service partner to introduce a smart policing system.

4:00

Cannabis decriminalised: how it affects the workplace

At this stage, the Prince judgment does not affect an employer's obligation to maintain a safe working environment for its employees, says Webber Wentzel.

2:10

Fake qualifications equals dismissal and imprisonment

Any person found to be misrepresenting their qualifications or lying about their educational background could be liable for a fine or imprisonment of up to five years, says Webber Wentzel.

4:00

Compelling reasons for SA firms to comply with POPIA

Where does the Protection of Personal Information Act come into the data privacy picture for South African businesses?

5:10

SURVEY: POPIA and your go-to-market strategy

SA firms are looking to strike the perfect balance between their direct marketing strategies and data privacy regulations.

4:50

What GDPR means for SA businesses

South African entities that flout data privacy requirements face fines under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

1:40

Free WiFi for SA labour courts

Online information services provider Sabinet rolls out free, fast-speed WiFi in labour courts across SA.

1:30

Legal connections get connected in labour court, thanks to Sabinet

Sabinet's provision of free WiFi means legal practitioners have reliable access to online legislation and resources in order to carry out their tasks efficiently.

2:20
1 Nov

MTN accused of illegally erecting billboard

Ward 89 councillor Amelia Bester alleges the mobile operator illegally erected a billboard at a bridge along 14th Avenue.

1:20

Legislation and compliance a critical part of HR and payroll software

Tax authorities are becoming more meticulous than ever, and legislative compliance is critical to the growth and success of any business, says Ian McAlister, General Manager, CRS Technologies.

4:10
30 Oct

MTN hits back at employees, denies missing shares

The mobile operator responds to accusations that it mishandled a R4.3 billion black empowerment deal, prejudicing its employees.

2:10

Microsoft tech to combat crime in Durban’s inner city

The software giant and Durban Metro Police Service partner to introduce a smart policing system.

4:00

Cannabis decriminalised: how it affects the workplace

At this stage, the Prince judgment does not affect an employer's obligation to maintain a safe working environment for its employees, says Webber Wentzel.

2:10

Fake qualifications equals dismissal and imprisonment

Any person found to be misrepresenting their qualifications or lying about their educational background could be liable for a fine or imprisonment of up to five years, says Webber Wentzel.

4:00

Compelling reasons for SA firms to comply with POPIA

Where does the Protection of Personal Information Act come into the data privacy picture for South African businesses?

5:10

SURVEY: POPIA and your go-to-market strategy

SA firms are looking to strike the perfect balance between their direct marketing strategies and data privacy regulations.

4:50

What GDPR means for SA businesses

South African entities that flout data privacy requirements face fines under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

1:40

Free WiFi for SA labour courts

Online information services provider Sabinet rolls out free, fast-speed WiFi in labour courts across SA.

1:30

Legal connections get connected in labour court, thanks to Sabinet

Sabinet's provision of free WiFi means legal practitioners have reliable access to online legislation and resources in order to carry out their tasks efficiently.

2:20
1 Nov

MTN accused of illegally erecting billboard

Ward 89 councillor Amelia Bester alleges the mobile operator illegally erected a billboard at a bridge along 14th Avenue.

1:20

Legislation and compliance a critical part of HR and payroll software

Tax authorities are becoming more meticulous than ever, and legislative compliance is critical to the growth and success of any business, says Ian McAlister, General Manager, CRS Technologies.

4:10
30 Oct

MTN hits back at employees, denies missing shares

The mobile operator responds to accusations that it mishandled a R4.3 billion black empowerment deal, prejudicing its employees.

2:10

Microsoft tech to combat crime in Durban’s inner city

The software giant and Durban Metro Police Service partner to introduce a smart policing system.

4:00

Cannabis decriminalised: how it affects the workplace

At this stage, the Prince judgment does not affect an employer's obligation to maintain a safe working environment for its employees, says Webber Wentzel.

2:10

Fake qualifications equals dismissal and imprisonment

Any person found to be misrepresenting their qualifications or lying about their educational background could be liable for a fine or imprisonment of up to five years, says Webber Wentzel.

4:00

Compelling reasons for SA firms to comply with POPIA

Where does the Protection of Personal Information Act come into the data privacy picture for South African businesses?

5:10

SURVEY: POPIA and your go-to-market strategy

SA firms are looking to strike the perfect balance between their direct marketing strategies and data privacy regulations.

4:50

What GDPR means for SA businesses

South African entities that flout data privacy requirements face fines under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

1:40

Free WiFi for SA labour courts

Online information services provider Sabinet rolls out free, fast-speed WiFi in labour courts across SA.

1:30

Legal connections get connected in labour court, thanks to Sabinet

Sabinet's provision of free WiFi means legal practitioners have reliable access to online legislation and resources in order to carry out their tasks efficiently.

2:20
1 Nov

MTN accused of illegally erecting billboard

Ward 89 councillor Amelia Bester alleges the mobile operator illegally erected a billboard at a bridge along 14th Avenue.

1:20

Legislation and compliance a critical part of HR and payroll software

Tax authorities are becoming more meticulous than ever, and legislative compliance is critical to the growth and success of any business, says Ian McAlister, General Manager, CRS Technologies.

4:10
30 Oct

MTN hits back at employees, denies missing shares

The mobile operator responds to accusations that it mishandled a R4.3 billion black empowerment deal, prejudicing its employees.

2:10

Microsoft tech to combat crime in Durban’s inner city

The software giant and Durban Metro Police Service partner to introduce a smart policing system.

4:00

Cannabis decriminalised: how it affects the workplace

At this stage, the Prince judgment does not affect an employer's obligation to maintain a safe working environment for its employees, says Webber Wentzel.

2:10

Fake qualifications equals dismissal and imprisonment

Any person found to be misrepresenting their qualifications or lying about their educational background could be liable for a fine or imprisonment of up to five years, says Webber Wentzel.

4:00

Compelling reasons for SA firms to comply with POPIA

Where does the Protection of Personal Information Act come into the data privacy picture for South African businesses?

5:10

SURVEY: POPIA and your go-to-market strategy

SA firms are looking to strike the perfect balance between their direct marketing strategies and data privacy regulations.

4:50

What GDPR means for SA businesses

South African entities that flout data privacy requirements face fines under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

1:40

Free WiFi for SA labour courts

Online information services provider Sabinet rolls out free, fast-speed WiFi in labour courts across SA.

1:30

Legal connections get connected in labour court, thanks to Sabinet

Sabinet's provision of free WiFi means legal practitioners have reliable access to online legislation and resources in order to carry out their tasks efficiently.

2:20
1 Nov

MTN accused of illegally erecting billboard

Ward 89 councillor Amelia Bester alleges the mobile operator illegally erected a billboard at a bridge along 14th Avenue.

1:20

Legislation and compliance a critical part of HR and payroll software

Tax authorities are becoming more meticulous than ever, and legislative compliance is critical to the growth and success of any business, says Ian McAlister, General Manager, CRS Technologies.

4:10
30 Oct

MTN hits back at employees, denies missing shares

The mobile operator responds to accusations that it mishandled a R4.3 billion black empowerment deal, prejudicing its employees.

2:10

Microsoft tech to combat crime in Durban’s inner city

The software giant and Durban Metro Police Service partner to introduce a smart policing system.

4:00

Cannabis decriminalised: how it affects the workplace

At this stage, the Prince judgment does not affect an employer's obligation to maintain a safe working environment for its employees, says Webber Wentzel.

2:10

Fake qualifications equals dismissal and imprisonment

Any person found to be misrepresenting their qualifications or lying about their educational background could be liable for a fine or imprisonment of up to five years, says Webber Wentzel.

4:00

Compelling reasons for SA firms to comply with POPIA

Where does the Protection of Personal Information Act come into the data privacy picture for South African businesses?

5:10

SURVEY: POPIA and your go-to-market strategy

SA firms are looking to strike the perfect balance between their direct marketing strategies and data privacy regulations.

4:50

What GDPR means for SA businesses

South African entities that flout data privacy requirements face fines under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

1:40

Free WiFi for SA labour courts

Online information services provider Sabinet rolls out free, fast-speed WiFi in labour courts across SA.

1:30

Legal connections get connected in labour court, thanks to Sabinet

Sabinet's provision of free WiFi means legal practitioners have reliable access to online legislation and resources in order to carry out their tasks efficiently.

2:20
1 Nov

MTN accused of illegally erecting billboard

Ward 89 councillor Amelia Bester alleges the mobile operator illegally erected a billboard at a bridge along 14th Avenue.

1:20

Legislation and compliance a critical part of HR and payroll software

Tax authorities are becoming more meticulous than ever, and legislative compliance is critical to the growth and success of any business, says Ian McAlister, General Manager, CRS Technologies.

4:10
30 Oct

MTN hits back at employees, denies missing shares

The mobile operator responds to accusations that it mishandled a R4.3 billion black empowerment deal, prejudicing its employees.

2:10

Microsoft tech to combat crime in Durban’s inner city

The software giant and Durban Metro Police Service partner to introduce a smart policing system.

4:00

Cannabis decriminalised: how it affects the workplace

At this stage, the Prince judgment does not affect an employer's obligation to maintain a safe working environment for its employees, says Webber Wentzel.

2:10

Fake qualifications equals dismissal and imprisonment

Any person found to be misrepresenting their qualifications or lying about their educational background could be liable for a fine or imprisonment of up to five years, says Webber Wentzel.

4:00

Compelling reasons for SA firms to comply with POPIA

Where does the Protection of Personal Information Act come into the data privacy picture for South African businesses?

5:10

SURVEY: POPIA and your go-to-market strategy

SA firms are looking to strike the perfect balance between their direct marketing strategies and data privacy regulations.

4:50

What GDPR means for SA businesses

South African entities that flout data privacy requirements face fines under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

1:40

Free WiFi for SA labour courts

Online information services provider Sabinet rolls out free, fast-speed WiFi in labour courts across SA.

1:30

Legal connections get connected in labour court, thanks to Sabinet

Sabinet's provision of free WiFi means legal practitioners have reliable access to online legislation and resources in order to carry out their tasks efficiently.

2:20
1 Nov

MTN accused of illegally erecting billboard

Ward 89 councillor Amelia Bester alleges the mobile operator illegally erected a billboard at a bridge along 14th Avenue.

1:20

Legislation and compliance a critical part of HR and payroll software

Tax authorities are becoming more meticulous than ever, and legislative compliance is critical to the growth and success of any business, says Ian McAlister, General Manager, CRS Technologies.

4:10
30 Oct

MTN hits back at employees, denies missing shares

The mobile operator responds to accusations that it mishandled a R4.3 billion black empowerment deal, prejudicing its employees.

2:10

Microsoft tech to combat crime in Durban’s inner city

The software giant and Durban Metro Police Service partner to introduce a smart policing system.

4:00

Cannabis decriminalised: how it affects the workplace

At this stage, the Prince judgment does not affect an employer's obligation to maintain a safe working environment for its employees, says Webber Wentzel.

2:10

Fake qualifications equals dismissal and imprisonment

Any person found to be misrepresenting their qualifications or lying about their educational background could be liable for a fine or imprisonment of up to five years, says Webber Wentzel.