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South Africa must implement privacy laws to protect citizens, says UN expert

The UN says South Africa lags behind the rest of the world when it comes to implementing measures to keep private information safe from governments and corporations

Another day, another data breach

Liberty is just the latest in a growing list of targets, heightening the urgency to protect information

Editorial: No whiff of bias should cloud IEC

The parliamentary opposition perceives Mashinini as being too close to the president and thus finds his appointment worrying.

Messy legal wrangle ahead for the IEC

The IEC’s plans to have its lease deal set aside has those familiar with the details of the deal divided: will they succeed or incur further costs?

IEC sued for R7.5m over lease contract

After the public protector found a procurement process "grossly irregular", a company is suing the IEC for damages for not being awarded the contract.

Editorial: The IEC after Pansy

Tlakula's successor must be committed to placing the interests of the country ahead of personal or partisan considerations.

Pansy Tlakula’s trial by media is over

Facts about Pansy Tlakula's role in the botched IEC lease deal spun wildly out of control. Tlakula clarifies the facts in this exclusive interview.

IEC chair Pansy Tlakula resigns

Pansy Tlakula has handed in her resignation over a botched leasing deal, leaving a vacuum at the top of the Independent Electoral Commission.

No confidence in IEC commissioners

The Independent Electoral Commission has not groomed a successor to Pansy Tlakula and the parties want someone who can be trusted to be objective.

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