We use information collected online to develop and enhance the services we offer, including regular electronic communications, and to help us build our business. We take privacy issues seriously and are open about the way data is collected and used. This policy outlines the principles that we follow.
- We comply with all relevant and applicable laws and regulations in relation to privacy and data protection.
- When you visit our website, the only data that we capture is that submitted via email, by submission of a feedback form or by completion of an order form. Such data is maintained only to fulfil our purposes as described above.
- The Foundation does not sell, trade, lease or rent your personal information to others.
- From time-to-time the Foundation may employ other companies and individuals to work on our behalf. Such agents have access to the personal information needed to perform their functions, within the bounds permitted by law.
- The Foundation undertakes to take reasonable steps to protect personal data against loss, unauthorised disclosure or access. T
Email disclaimer and intellectual property rights
- The views expressed in emails emanating from the Foundation, and on the website are, unless otherwise stated, those of the author and not those of the Foundation nor its board of directors or management.
- The information in emails sent by the Foundation is confidential and is intended solely for the addressee. Access to these emails by anyone else is unauthorised. If you are not the intended recipient, any disclosure, copying, distribution or any action taken or omitted in reliance on this is prohibited and may be unlawful.
- While all reasonable steps are taken to ensure the accuracy and integrity of information and data transmitted electronically and to preserve the confidentiality thereof, no liability or responsibility whatsoever is accepted if information or data is, for whatever reason, corrupted or does not reach its intended destination.
- All content carried on Foundation website or other publications, of whatever sort, remain the intellectual property of the Foundation and these intellectual property rights are protected worldwide by the terms of the Berne Convention to which the Republic of South Africa is a signatory.