Just because they lived close to Oscar Pistorius and had the misfortune of hearing the events that led to his murder trial, the lives of witnesses were torn apart. They became household names and, for the rest of their lives, everywhere they go, people they don't know will probably link them back to this one event and know more about them than they would want known.
By Anton Harber 10 Mar 2014 07:01
The Protection of Personal Information Act, No 4 of 2013 (Act) regulates how anyone who processes personal information must handle, keep and secure that information. If an individual or a company processes personal information relating to a person, that individual or company must comply with the Act. Failure to comply with the Act may lead to the imposition of certain penalties under the Act.
By Johan Botes, Lauren Salt and Tracy Robbins 21 Feb 2014 12:02
NEW YORK, USA: AT&T and IBM announced plans to join forces to help cities, utilities and others use big data analytics to better manage their infrastructure.
19 Feb 2014 08:48
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Turkey's new Internet law raises "serious concerns" over government control and the public's access to information, the European Commission said on Thursday (6 February).
7 Feb 2014 08:26
WASHINGTON, USA: Walk into a room of people, and your smartphone can tell if you have a connection to any of them, if it can find the right data.
31 Jan 2014 07:36
LONDON, UK: At least eight leading US-based technology companies have called on Washington to overhaul its surveillance laws following revelations of online eavesdropping by fugitive US intelligence whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
10 Dec 2013 06:56
Sandton is set to see its first newly built hotel in four years, when 177 Empire Place, which is being developed by hotel group Executive Apartments and Hotels, opens next year.
By Alistair Anderson 3 Dec 2013 11:48
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