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- We try to obtain your consent to collect and use your personal information, where practical.
- You do not normally have to give us personal information, but if you do not, we may not be able to communicate with or provide government services to you. You may also ask us not to send you unsolicited messages (opt-out), but then we cannot tell you about public services that may be important to you.
- You may access personal information we hold about you and ask us to correct or delete any that is wrong, irrelevant, out of date, misleading and so on. But we may check your identity before giving you access. For more information, please read our manual as required by the Promotion of Access to Information Act 2000 (our PAIA manual available here.
- You also have certain rights to withdraw consent or object to us using your personal information under POPIA, but these rights are limited. For example, if the purpose for which your personal information was requested initially does not exist anymore you may request that the information may no longer be used. We can decline your request to delete the information from our records if other legislation requires us to retain the information.