Aug 262013
 August 26, 2013  Laws, Non-U.S.

Nicola Mawson reports:

A law seeking to protect personal information has been passed by Parliament and now only awaits president Jacob Zuma’s signature before coming into effect.

The Protection of Personal Information (PPI) Bill will now be translated into Afrikaans before being sent to the president for assent, notes law firm Bowman Gilfillan. The company expects the Bill to become law before the end of this year, after which companies will have a year to comply with its requirements.

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