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Privacy Policy

A website's privacy policy is a declaration that specifies how the website will collect, store, safeguard, and handle personal information given by its users.

When you visit the website, we may collect the following information:

1. Internet Protocol Address 

(An Internet Protocol address is a numerical designation, such as, that is associated with a computer network that communicates using the Internet Protocol.)

2. Your contact information (cellphone number, email address) 

3. Individual preferences and interests

4. A data profile is created based on your online activity on our website.

We collect your data for multiple purposes:

1. Recognize your own Prerequisites.

2. To ensure our offer is Improved. 

3.To personalize our website based on your online habits and personnel preferences.

Links to third-party websites

We have no control over these websites, which are controlled by their own terms of service and privacy policies. As a result, we do not endorse and are not liable for the availability of, or any information, advertising, products, or other items on or accessible through, these third-party sites.

By using the services, you acknowledge that we will not be liable for any harm or loss caused by your use of or dependence on any content, advertising, goods, or other materials on or available through these third-party websites.


We don't share our user's privacy with anyone. If you do not comply with the terms of our privacy, please do not use the site. 

Examine our privacy policy on a regular basis to stay up to speed on any changes.

Please do not copy or sell our information without our permission. Our use and distribution of information are protected by the South African Copyright Act Law, which was enacted in 1978.

You will be reported for plagiarism if we discover that you copied and used our content for personal gain without our permission.


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