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Purpose of this Privacy Statement

 When you engage with us, you trust us with personal information about yourself, your company and your customers to the extent that we need it to perform the services that you have contracted us for. We are committed to protect your right to privacy. We will take all reasonable steps to keep the personal information safe and confidential. The purpose of this Privacy Statement is to set out how we collect, use, share and otherwise process personal information, in line with the Protection of Personal Information Act. (“POPIA”).


Each party accepts responsibility to the extent that the processing activities of personal information fall under the control of that party and agrees to indemnify the other party against any loss or damage direct, or indirect, that a party should suffer because of any unauthorised use of information, but only if the processing of that information is controlled by that party.

Acceptance is voluntary

You have the right to object to the processing of the personal information. It is voluntary to accept these terms and conditions. However, we require your acceptance to provide you with our services. We will only collect and process personal information for valid and lawful reasons and for reasons as set out in this Privacy Statement. The acceptance of these terms and conditions and the permission given to process the personal information, will continue after death

We keep personal information confidential

We will keep personal information confidential. We receive this said information directly from you as the responsible person for your company. If you share your information with any third party, we will not be responsible for any loss that you may suffer. All the third parties that we share the information with will be listed in this privacy statement. All of those third parties are also in compliance with the POPI Act. We also undertake to destroy your personal information once it is no longer needed for the purpose as set out in our Privacy Statement.


The security of your Personal Information is important to us but remember that no method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage is 100% secure. While we strive to use commercially acceptable means to protect your Personal Information, we cannot guarantee its absolute security.

Authority to act for other people

You warrant that when you give us personal information about third parties, that you have received their permission to share their information with you. You understand that when you include your third parties in the mandate, we will process their information as well, as part of the services that you have contracted us for. We will furthermore process their information for the purposes set out in this Privacy Statement and only as set out in the Privacy Statement.

You agree that we may process your personal information, as well as the information of your employees for the following purposes:

1. To use personal details draw up quotations for clients for construction, equipment hire or any other service that we agree offer at our company.
2. To use personal details to fulfil the mandate that we have with a client to complete a building.
3. To draw up invoices that relate to the orders that you have placed for Equipment Hire or any other service that we have agreed upon.
4. For all accounting and bookkeeping purposes

Sharing personal information with third parties

To provide your personal information to the following third parties as part of the process of delivering the agreed upon services to you or your company:

1. To sub contractors who are used by our company to complete building sites and to complete any services mandated by you as the client. These sub contractors will also be POPIA compliant.
2. Independent auditors who have confirmed in writing that they are also POPIA compliant.
3. Independent tax consultants who have confirmed in writing that they are also POPIA compliant.
4. Any other third party that we have to share the information with legally, such as SARS.

By agreeing to this, you confirm that you have given permission for your personal information to be shared to above mentioned third parties. Only the bare necessary information will be provided to any third parties. We trust these companies and have a working relationship with them. They have all complied in writing with POPIA as well.

You also agree to indemnify us against any loss or damage, direct or indirect, that you or your employees might suffer because of the unauthorised use of this information by any of the third parties mentioned above.

If a third party asks us for your personal information, we will share it with them only if:

  • You have already given your consent for the disclosure of this information to that particular third party.
  • Third parties that we contract with to provide mandated services to you.
  • Any person or organisation that has a legal right to access the information, for example regulators.

Right to communicate electronically

We have the right to communicate electronically with you regarding any aspects of your mandated process. We have to be able to update you on the progress of your purchase and the delivery thereof.

Duty to keep you informed

We have a duty to keep you informed about the progress of your mandate, as well as any matters that could affect the services that we have agreed upon. We also confirm that we would report any breach of the POPI Act to you and the Regulator, if such a breach occurs. The Regulator will then launch an investigation into the breach.

The following are laws that require us to collect and keep your personal information:

  • The Electronic Communications and Transaction Act (ECT)
  • The Financial Intelligence Centre Act (FICA)
  • The Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act (FAIS)
  • The National Credit Act (NCA)
  • The Consumer Protection Act (CPA)

Changing this privacy statement

We may change this privacy statement at any time. The most updated version will always be available on our website.


If you believe that we have used your information contrary to the Privacy Statement, you must first attempt to resolve the matter with us. You can contact us on

If you are not satisfied after this process, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Regulator, under POPIA.

The contact details are:
The Information Regulator (South Africa)
33 Hoofd Street
Forum III, 3rd Floor Braampark
PO Box 31533
Johannesburg, 2017 Complaints e-mail –