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Privacy policy

Your rights to privacy are respected here at Molete Attorneys.

By “personal information”, we refer to “personal information” as defined in the Protection of Personal Information Act, 4 of 2013 (“POPI“). Personal information includes any information about a person that can be used to identify a person directly or indirectly, including your name, an identification number, location information, an online identifier or one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that person.

This privacy notice by Molete Attorneys describes how and why we might collect, store and discard of your personal information when you use our services and when you interact with us via our website moletelaw.co.za. Where applicable, this privacy policy applies in addition to any other agreement that you enter into with us, including the letter of engagement that you agree to when you become our client.

For any comments or queries relating to this policy, please contact admin@moletelaw.co.za

  • Personal information provided by you may include your name, telephone number, email address, legally required information, which includes any additional information that the law requires from us to verify your identity, .and the nature of your legal matter,
  • All and any information shared, transmitted and or any communication made through your interactions with this website do not create a lawyer-client relationship. Any and all information disclosed via the website will not be considered private and confidential unless same is agreed upon in writing.


Personal Information may be collected in the following manner:

  • Directly from you when you use our website or any of our services
  • If we request it from you.
  • In limited instances, we collect personal information from third parties. We will only collect personal information this way where such information is publicly available or for legitimate business purposes.
  • Through cookies, which you may prevent through a setting on your browser.


Your personal information may be used for any legitimate business purposes relating to our services and/or business activities, including:

  • In response to your queries posted on our website or emailed to us
  • For the provision of our services as per your request.
  • To verify your identity as required by law
  • Referring you to other service providers with your consent.
  • Improving our website and services by analysing certain information collected, including cookies and other related information.
  • To send you information in the form of our newsletter and inviting you to events.
  • For research and development purposes
  • To comply with regulatory or other obligations and to fulfil our legal, regulatory, or risk management obligations

your personal information will be retained for only as long as is necessary to fulfil the purpose for which this information was collected and any other permitted linked purpose

When you become a client, you will be added to our mailing list. We use this mailing list to send you important information about our business, the services we offer, legal developments, news and event invitations. You can also add yourself to our mailing list on our website.

You can unsubscribe from our mailing list at any time which will result in us no longer marketing to you.


Your personal information will only be shared in the following instances.

  • In order to provide our services to you or any other legitimate business purpose relating to our business activities, including but not limited to, the protection of our or your rights, complaints, marketing, or enforcing any agreement between us.
  • Where required for the purpose of business operations. Your personal information will only be shares with service providers who we have entered into an agreement with to regulate the way in which the personal information will be secured.
  • Where the law requires us to do so.
  • Where required by the law.


While we cannot guarantee breach or intrusion, we will implement a range of technical and procedural measures to help protect personal information from unauthorised access, use, disclosure, alteration or destruction in accordance with data protection law requirements.

All reasonable and necessary steps will be taken to ensure that your personal information is protected and managed using electronic and computer safeguards like firewalls, data encryption, and physical and electronic access control to our buildings.

Access to personal information to those employees who require it to fulfil their designated responsibilities.


You have the right to request the following:

  • That your personal information lawfully processed.
  • Be notified that personal information about you is being collected.
  • Be notified that your personal information has been accessed or acquired by an unauthorised person.
  • Establish whether a responsible party holds personal information of you and to request access this personal information.
  • To request for the correction, destruction, or deletion of your personal information,
  • To object to the processing of your personal information.
  • To not have your personal information processed for purposes of direct marketing by means of unsolicited electronic communications.
  • Not to be subject, under certain circumstances, to a decision which is based on automated processing of your personal information intended to provide a profile of you.
  • To submit a complaint to the Information Regulator regarding alleged interference with the protection of the personal information of any data subject or to submit a complaint to the Information Regulator in respect of a determination of an adjudicator; and
  • To institute civil proceedings regarding an alleged interference with the protection of your personal information.

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