Terms and conditions of use
IN TERMS OF SECTION 11 OF THE ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS AND TRANSACTIONS (ECT) ACT 25 OF 2002 AND THE COMMON LAW OF CONTRACT (http://www.internet.org.za/ect_act.html), THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS ARE VALID, BINDING AND ENFORCEABLE AGAINST ALL PERSONS THAT ACCESS THE PROVISION INTERNATIONAL WEBSITE OR USE THE SERVICE THROUGH THE PROVISION INTERNATIONAL WEBSITE OR ANY PART THEREOF.IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, YOU MUST LEAVE THE WEBSITE(S) IMMEDIATELY ASFURTHER USE WILL AUTOMATICALLY BIND YOU TO THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION
a) ‘Provision International´ means Provision International NPC, reg. no. 2001/014736/08
at address Postnet suite 100, Private bag x9910, White River 1240, Mpumalanga, South Africa;
b) “Campaigns” means Campaigns set up by Charities to raise funds a specified Charity;
c) “Charities” means Charity organisations registered on the Website;
d) “Donations”means monetary Donations made by Users in support of Campaigns on the Website;
e) ”Provision” or “PVI” means the charity website run by Provision International (provision.org.za);
g) ”Website” means the Provision International website, including the services and ministries available on and through the website and any page, part or element thereof;
h) “User” means any person who enters or uses the Website;
i) References herein to the singular includes the plural and vice versa; and
j) Hyperlinks herein to legal documents should be deemed part of these terms and conditions in terms of section 11(3) of the ECT Act. The fact that some or all of the hyperlinks may, from time to time, be non-operational, shall not affect the validity and interpretation of these terms and conditions.
Provision International is a Charity website that allows Charities to receive online donations. Donators can donate money to a Charity of their choice. Donations are made directly to the various charities.
2. ALLOWED USE AND LICENSE
2.1 Provision International licenses the User to view, download, and print the content of the Website provided that such use is for private, personal, educational, and/or non-commercial purposes only.
2.2 Content from the Website may not be used or exploited by Users for any commercial and non-private purposes without the prior written consent of Provision International.
2.3 Users may only access, browse and use the Website for legitimate personal or commercial purposes and may not use the Website for:
2.3.1 Harmful purposes;
2.3.2 Illegal purposes;
2.3.3 Disclosing, sharing or publishing material that may be offensive, defamatory,
regulated, copyrighted, incorrect, untrue, prohibited, infringing or damaging to any person; and/or
2.3.4 The creation, storage and sending of unsolicited commercial communications.
2.4 The caching of the Website shall only be allowed if:
2.4.1 The purpose of the caching is to make the onward transmission of the content
from the Website more efficient
2.4.4 The cached content is removed or updated when so required by Provision International.
2.5 If any User uses content from the Website in breach of the provisions detailed herein:
2.5.1 Provision International reserves the right to claim damages from the User;
2.5.2 Provision International reserves the right to institute criminal proceedings against the User;
2.5.3 Provision International shall not be liable, in any manner whatsoever, for any damage, loss
or liability that resulted from the use of such content by the User or any third
party who obtained any content from the User.
2.7 Provision International shall not be liable, in any manner whatsoever, for any damage, loss or liability that resulted from the use of content, products or services available from the Website, if such content, products or services was accessed through a hyperlink not directed at the homepage of the Website. Persons that wish to link to pages beyond the home page of theWebsite without Provision International¶s prior written consent shall do so at their own risk and indemnify Provision International against any loss, liability, or damage that may result from the use of such hyperlinks. Provision International¶s non-liability for deep linking is because deep links bypass these terms and conditions.
2.8 Users may quote small and reasonable amounts of content available from the Website and only if such a quote is placed in inverted commas and acknowledged.
2.9 No person may, without the prior written consent of Provision International, frame the Website in any manner whatsoever.
2.10 Apart from bona-fide search engine operators and use of the search facility provided on the Website by Users, no person may use or attempt to use any technology or applications(including web crawlers, robots or web spiders) to search, collect or copy content from theWebsite for any purpose whatsoever, without the prior written consent of Provision International.
2.11 Email addresses, names, telephone numbers, and fax numbers published on the Website may not be incorporated into any database used for electronic marketing or similar purposes. No permission is given or should be implied that information on the Website may be used to communicate unsolicited communications to Provision International and all rights detailed in section 45 of the ECT Act are reserved.
2.12 All licenses and/or permissions granted in terms of this clause 2 are provided on a nonexclusive and non-transferable basis and may be terminated or cancelled by Provision International at any time without prior notice or reasons.
3. CHARITIES AND CAMPAIGNS
3.1 Charities are allowed to use the Website to create and run Campaigns to collect
Donations on behalf of a Charities specified by the Users;
3.2 Charities undertake to provide only true, legitimate and accurate information when setting up a Campaign;
3.4 Provision International reserves the right to remove any Charities or Campaigns from the website;
3.5 In the event that a Donation is reversed Provision International will not be held liable in any way
4. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
4.1 All intellectual property on the Website, including but not limited to content, trademarks (or any confusingly similar trademarks), trade names, logos, pictures, video, downloads, domain names, patents, design elements, software, source code, meta tags, databases, text, graphics, icons and hyperlinks are the property of or licensed to Provision International and as such, are protected from infringement by domestic and international legislation and treaties. Subject to the rights licensed to the User in section 2, all other rights to intellectual property on the Website are expressly reserved.
4.2 No person shall amend, copy, use, decompile and/or reverse engineer the source code of the Website.
4.3 No person may use logos, icons, or trademarks from the Website as hyperlinks or other purposes without Provision International’s prior written consent.
5. SOFTWARE AND EQUIPMENT
It is the responsibility of the User to acquire and maintain, at his/her own expense, the necessary computer hardware, software, communication lines and Internet access accounts required to access the Internet and the Website and/or download content from the Website.
6. DISCLOSURES REQUIRED BY SECTION 43 OF THE ECT ACT
Access to the Website electronic transactions´defined in terms of the ECT Act and therefore Users have the rights detailed in Chapter 7 of the ECT Act and Provision International has, amongst others, the duty to disclose the following information:
FULL NAME AND LEGAL STATUS OF WEBSITE OWNER
Primary Office Address:
Postnet suite 100
Private bag x9910
White River 1240. Mpumalanga. SA
Tel: (+27) 829000649
Mobile/Cell: (+27) 82 417 4816 or 076 577 1060
Registration No. 2001/014736/08
(Association incorporated under Section 21)
VA Loubscher and Associates
Founder and Ambassador
Edward T Carr, CEO
International Council of Reference
Dr Tokunboh Adeyemo (Nigeria)
Dr Louw Alberts (South Africa)
Rev Charles Aycock (USA)
Rev Sydney Davis (South Africa)
Dr Ajith Fernando (Sri Lanka)
Dr Gerry Gallimore (Jamaica/USA)
Mr Rob Greaves (Australia)
Rev Moss Ntlha (South Africa)
Dr Cap Oliver (USA)
Rev Dr Tony Sargent (UK)
DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES AVAILABLE FROM THE WEBSITE DONATIONS
Donations are voluntary and can be any amount.
SPECIAL TERMS OR GUARANTEES APPLYING TO DONATIONS FROM THE WEBSITE
PAYMENT METHODS FOR THE DONATIONS ON THE WEBSITE
Payment may be made via PayPal in various forms.
RETURN, EXCHANGE OR REFUND POLICY OF THE WEBSITE None
Credit card transactions will be acquired for Provision International via PayPal who are the approved payment gateway. PayPal uses the strictest form of encryption, namely Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Certificate and no credit card details are stored on the website. Customer details will be stored by Provision International separately from card details.
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Subject to urgent and/or interim relief, all disputes regarding:
access and use of the Website;
the inability to access theWebsite;
the services and content available from the Website; or iv) these terms and conditions, shall be referred to arbitration in terms of the expedited rules of the Arbitration Foundation of South Africa and such arbitration proceedings shall be conducted in Johannesburg in English. The arbitration ruling shall be final and the unsuccessful party shall pay the costs of the successful party on a scale as between attorney and own client. The expedited rules of the Arbitration Foundation of South Africa may be downloaded from the following website: http://www.arbitration.co.za
7. CHANGES AND AMENDMENTS
Provision International reserves the right, in its sole and absolute discretion, to do any of the following, at any time without prior notice or justification:
7.1 change these terms and conditions;
7.2 change the content and/or service available from the Website;
7.3 discontinue any aspect of the Website or service(s) available from the Website; and/or
7.4 change the software and hardware required to access and use the Website.Page
8.1 Provision International shall take all reasonable steps to protect the personal information of Users and for ³personal information´ Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000 (PAIA).
8.2 Provision International may electronically collect, store and use the following personal information of
8.2.1 name and surname;
8.2.2 area code;
8.2.3 street address;
8.2.4 postal address;
8.2.6 contact numbers;
8.2.7 non-personal browsing habits and click patterns;
8.2.8 e-mail address; and / or
8.2.9 IP address.
8.3 Provision International collects, stores and uses the abovementioned information for the following
8.3.1 Communicate requested information to the User;
8.3.2 Provide services to the User as requested by the User;
8.3.3 Authenticate the User;
8.3.4 Provide the User with access to restricted pages on this website; and / or
8.3.5 Compile non-personal statistical information about browsing habits, clickpatterns, and access to the Website.
8.4 Information detailed above is collected either electronically by using cookies or is provided voluntarily by the User. Users may determine cookie use independently through their browser settings.
8.5 Provision International may collect, maintain, save, compile, share, disclose and sell any information collected from users, subject to the following provisions:
8.5.1 Provision International shall not disclose personal information from Users unless the User
8.5.3 Provision International may compile, use and share any information that does not relate to
any specific individual.
8.6 Provision International own and retain all rights to non-personal statistical information collected and compiled by Provision International.
9. HYPERLINKS TO THIRD PARTY SITES
9.1 Provision International may provide hyperlinks to websites not controlled by Provision International
such hyperlinks do not imply any endorsement, agreement on or support of the content, products, and/or services of such target sites.
9.2 Provision International does not editorially control the content, products and/or services on target sites and shall not be liable, in any manner whatsoever, for the access to, inability to access, use, and inability to use or content available on or through target sites.
10.1 Provision International shall take all reasonable steps to secure the content of the Website and the information provided by and collected from Users from unauthorised access and/or
disclosure. However, Provision International does not make any warranties or representations that content shall be 100% safe or secure.
10.2 Subject to the provisions of sections 43(5) and 43(6) of the ECT Act, if applicable, Provision Internationalis under no legal duty to encrypt any content or communications from and to Users and is also under no legal duty to provide digital authentication of any pages on the Website.
10.3 Users may not deliver or attempt to deliver, whether on purpose or negligently, any
damaging code, such as computer viruses, robots or spy ware, to the Website or the server and computer network that support the Website.
10.4 Notwithstanding criminal prosecution, any person who delivers or attempts to deliver any damaging code to the Website, whether on purpose or negligently, shall, without any limitation, indemnify and hold Provision International harmless against any and all liabilities, damages, risks and losses that Provision International and its partners / affiliates may suffer as a result of such delivery, attempt or damaging code.
10.5 Users may not develop, distribute, or use any device or programme designed to breach or overcome the security measures of the restricted pages, products and services on the Website and Provision International reserves the right to claim damages from any and all persons involved, directly and indirectly, in the development, use and distribution of such devices or programmes.
10.6 Users who commit any of the offences detailed in sections 85 to 88 of the ECT Act shall, notwithstanding criminal prosecution, be liable for all resulting liabilities, losses, destruction or damages suffered and/or incurred by Provision International and its partners / affiliates due to or related to these illegal actions.
11. DISCLAIMER AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
11.1 Subject to the provisions of sections 43(5) and 43(6) of the ECT Act, if applicable, and as far as allowed by law, Provision International (including its owners, employees, suppliers, Internet service providers, partners, affiliates and agents) shall not be liable for any damage, loss or liability of any nature incurred by whomever and resulting from:
11.1.1 access to the Website;
11.1.2 inability to access the Website
11.1.3 content available on the Website;
11.1.4 Charities, Campaigns and Donation services available from the Website;
11.1.5 good, products and / or services purchased from the Website; or
11.1.6 any other reason not directly related to Provision International¶s gross negligence.
11.2 The Provision International website is supplied on an “as is” basis and has not been compiled to meet the User’s individual requirements. It is the responsibility of the User to satisfy himself or herself, prior to entering into this agreement with Provision International, that the content available from and through the Website meet the User’s individual requirements and is compatible with the User’s computer hardware and/or software.
11.3 Information, ideas and opinions expressed on the Website should not be regarded as
professional advice or the official opinion of Provision International and Users are encouraged to consult professional advice before taking any course of action related to the information, ideas or opinions expressed on the Website.
11.4 Provision International does not make any warranties or representation that content and services available from the Website shall in all cases be true, correct or free from any errors. Provision International shall take all reasonable steps to ensure the quality and accuracy of content available from the Website.
11.5 Provision International does not make any warranties or representations that the Website shall be available at all times. Users acknowledge that the Website may be unavailable due to
updates or other causes beyond the reasonable control of Provision International, including, but not limited to acts of God´
11.6 Provision International does not make any warranties or representations regarding the Campaigns, Charities and services available from the Website.
12. REMOVAL AND CORRECTION OF CONTENT
Users are encouraged to report untrue, inaccurate, defamatory, illegal, infringing, and/or harmful content available from the Website to Provision International and Provision International undertakes to correct and/or remove such content or any part thereof if the person reporting such content provided reasonable grounds to prove the alleged nature of the content.
13. INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS
13.1 Subject to the provisions of the Regulation of Interception of Communications (RIC) Act 70 of 2002, the User agrees to Provision International¶s right to intercept, block, filter, read, delete, disclose as defined in the ECT Act) send or posted by the User to the Website, its staff and employees.
13.2 The User agrees and acknowledges that the consent provided by the User in clause
14. ENTIRE AGREEMENT AND SEVERABILITY
14.1 These terms and conditions constitute the entire agreement between Provision International and the User and shall take precedent over any disclaimers and/or legal notices attached to any communications and/or postings received by Provision International from the User.
14.2 Any failure by Provision International to exercise or enforce any right or provision shall in no way constitute a waiver of such right or provision.
14.3 In the event that any term or condition detailed herein is found unenforceable or invalid for any reason, such term(s) or condition(s) shall be severable from the remaining terms and conditions. The remaining terms and conditions shall remain enforceable and applicable.
15. AGREEMENT IN TERMS OF SECTION 21 OF THE ECT ACT
The User and Provision International agree that:
15.1 the User shall be bound to these term and conditions and such agreement is concluded in Port Elizabeth (South Africa) at the time the User enters the Website for the first time;
15.2 data messages (as defined in the ECT Act) addressed by the User to Provision International shall only be deemed to have been received if and when responded to;
15.3 data messages (as defined in the ECT Act) addressed to the User by Provision International shall be deemed to be received by the User as detailed in section 23(b) of the ECT Act;
15.4 data messages (as defined in the ECT Act) addressed by the User to Provision International shall be deemed to have been created and sent by the User from within the geographical boundaries of South Africa;
15.5 electronic signatures, encryption and/or authentication is not required for valid electronic communications between the User and Provision International; and
15.6 the User agrees and warrants that data messages that are sent to Provision International from a
computer, IP address or mobile device normally used by or owned by the User, was sent
and/or authorised by the User personally.
16. APPLICABLE AND GOVERNING LAW
The Provision International Website is hosted, controlled and operated from the Republic of South Africa and therefore, subject to clause 5 the South African law enforced by the South African courts governs the use or inability to use the Website, its content, services, products and these terms and conditions.
17. LEGAL COSTS
Provision International shall not be liable for costs incurred by Users to obtain professional advice relating to these terms and conditions.
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Ted Carr: Executive Chairman
Tell: +27 82 900 0649
Damon Greville: Executive Director – Africa
Tell: +27 83 626 3028
Mark: +258 84 87 0058
Les: +258 84 594 3199
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