POPIA: Protection of Personal Information Act

Half Day Workshop (08h30 – 13h00) 



21 April 2020: The Beach Hotel: Port Elizabeth



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Module 1


1.1   What is POPIA?

1.2   When will POPIA become effective?

1.3   What About information collected before POPIA?

1.4   Application of the POPIA Act

1.5   Definitions

1.6   Exclusions

1.7   Exclusion for journalistic, literary or artistic purposes


Module 2


2.1   Lawful processing of personal information

2.2   Rights of data subjects

2.3   The 8 Conditions for the lawful processing of personal information

  • Accountability

  • Processing limitation

  • Purpose specification

  • Further processing limitation

  • Information quality

  • Openness

  • Security Safeguards

  • Data subject participation


2.4   Processing of special personal information

2.5   Prohibition on processing personal information of children

2.6   Transborder information flow


Module 3


3.1   Exemption from conditions for processing of personal information

3.2   Unsolicited direct marketing

3.3   Supervision - The Information Regulator

  • Code of conduct
  • Enforcement, offences and penalties



  • R 3390-00 (incl. Vat) per delegate

  • Price include course material, certificates of attendance, & catering/ refreshments' safe and secure parking


For further information, contact:

  • Hanlie or Peraldo  (012) 661 3208

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