De Heus South Africa respects the privacy of all those who use its site. We make sure that personal information provided to us is treated as confidential. The personal data is processed in a manner that is in line with the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Act.
What De Heus does with your data
De Heus gathers personal data for the purpose of concluding and carrying out agreements in the field of online marketing. In addition, we collect personal data when people subscribe to the De Heus newsletter, when they ask a question or contact us via the website and when they attend De Heus events and activities. Naturally, if you are or become a De Heus customer, we will need to process your details for our financial accounts. All the above-mentioned data are also used to keep the people in question informed of the services and activities provided by De Heus and/or to increase our customer base. If you no longer wish to receive this information, you can always unsubscribe by making use of the unsubscribe link in the e-mail message or by informing De Heus in writing by sending an e-mail or a letter to email@example.com
or De Heus South Africa, Umlaas Road, PO Box 179, 3730 South Africa.
De Heus does not sell your data
De Heus will not sell your personal details to third parties. We do sometimes engage third parties to carry out a service or project for us (for example, IT or software experts). De Heus will only give these third parties access to systems containing personal data if this is necessary for the performance of the assignment or service. The third parties engaged by us have to sign a confidentiality statement in which they undertake to respect the confidentiality of your data.
De Heus has taken great care to implement appropriate measures to make the systems secure. This has been done to prevent unauthorised access to personal information or the loss of personal information.
The De Heus website contains a number of links to the websites of other organisations. De Heus cannot take responsibility for the use of your data by those organisations. For this, you are advised to read the privacy statement on the website in question