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Getting compliant with POPIA

23 Mar 2021

We include a compilation of ENSafrica's POPIA-related articles, to assist you on your compliance journey:
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A roadmap to the end of LIBOR

banking and finance

23 Mar 2021
BY Deborah Carmichael

South African borrowers with LIBOR exposures would be advised to start not only a commercial risk analysis but also a legal one.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 392 | 21 Mar 2021

issue 392
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ENSafrica sustains growth with expansion of Executive team

19 Mar 2021

ENSafrica had made eight executive promotions
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It was an accident, but who is liable?

employment

16 Mar 2021
BY Naa’ilah Abader AND Pareen Rogers

An “accident” for the purposes of COIDA is defined as “an accident arising out of and in the course of an employee’s employment and resulting in a personal injury, illness or the death of the employee”.
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POPIA and the prior authorisation conundrum

technology, media and telecommunications (TMT)

16 Mar 2021
BY Era Gunning , Nicole Gabryk AND Wilmari Strachan

On 11 March 2021, the Information Regulator published an invitation to apply for prior authorisation
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Kenya: Guidelines issued for county governments seeking to tap into the loans and debt market

16 Mar 2021
BY Binti Shah AND Nkatha Murungi-Omondi

In order to alleviate the budget deficits most county governments in Kenya are facing, the National Treasury recently issued guidelines on Borrowing by County Governments
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ENSafrica tax in brief | issue 59 | 03-21

16 Mar 2021

a snapshot of the latest tax developments in South Africa.
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Africa Business In Brief

issue 391 | 14 Mar 2021

issue 391
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Personal data off limits? Employee privacy and the COVID-19 vaccine

employment

09 Mar 2021
BY Balindile Shezi , Suemeya Hanif AND Jessie Moore

As employers consider whether and how to implement a COVID-19 vaccination policy in the workplace, their employees’ privacy is also an important consideration that should be front of mind.
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Guidelines to develop codes of conduct issued by the Information Regulator

employment

09 Mar 2021
BY Rakhee Dullabh , Nicole Gabryk AND Naledi Ramoabi

With the deadline for the implementation of the Protection of Personal Information Act, 2013 (“POPIA”) fast approaching, organisations in South Africa will need to be compliant by 1 July 2021.
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It's actually happening - the end of LIBOR is now in sight

banking and finance

09 Mar 2021
BY Deborah Carmichael

It feels like a first date; the build-up has been happening for so long – and the final hour/s are now upon us.
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How to start Popia journey

09 Mar 2021
BY Rakhee Dullabh , Nicole Gabryk AND Jessica Steele

Appointment of an information officer is a good first step, although clarity is needed on some issues
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The standout trademark won't confuse

09 Mar 2021
BY Gerard du Toit

Good trademarks need not have anything to do with the product, as long as they are distinctive
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When staffers refuse to be vaccinated

09 Mar 2021
BY Silindokuhle Magagula AND Lesego Ralekoa

Dismissals over vaccines are usually unfair, but employer can sometimes act within their rights
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