Guarantee and Disclaimer
The KaziBantu programme strives to ensure the information on its pages is accurate and up to date. However, it assumes no responsibility for the currency, correctness, completeness or quality of the information provided. It reserves the right to change or remove information at any time and without notice. Liability claims are thereby excluded.
The KaziBantu programme is not liable for material or immaterial damages arising from access to, use or non-use of the published information, by misuse of the connection or through technical faults.
The KaziBantu programme has not verified any external websites (those not on its servers or within its control) that may be linked to this website via hyperlinks and does not accept any responsibility for their content.
All online content (documents, web pages, and their components) on the KaziBantu website are protected by copyright and may be copied and printed exclusively for private, scientific and non-commercial use.
Any duplication, reproduction, transmission or other use of information on this website for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited. All permit applications must be submitted in writing to the University of Basel, Department of Sport, Exercise and Health, UNESCO Chair on ‘Physical Activity and Health in Educational Settings‘, DSBG Neubau,
Grosse Allee 6, 4052 Basel, Switzerland, .
Individual rights that are under open or Creative Commons licenses can be used under the terms stated. A detailed overview of the terms and conditions of Creative Commons copyright licenses can be found here.
Text & Content
The responsibility for the content of the website lies with:
Centre for Community Technologies
Nelson Mandela University
PO Box 77000
University of Basel
Department of Sport, Exercise and Health
UNESCO Chair on ‘Physical Activity and Health in Educational Settings‘
Grosse Allee 6
Information collected automatically by KaziBantu
Generally, you can visit our website without explicitly telling us who you are or revealing any personal identifiable information about yourself.
We do, however, record your ip address, browser type, pages visited and other such information. Log files are used to analyse website usage and may be kept in an aggregated and anonymised form for historical records.
The broad demographic information gathered about our visitors help us assess our target audience, and to determine which external sites are most effective in referring visitors to us. This helps us to align our content to the needs of our audiences.
KaziBantu does not share the collected information with any other organisation for commercial purposes.
Information collected manually by KaziBantu
You may come across registration forms that require you to provide us with personal identifiable information (like your name, surname, email address, contact numbers, and postal or work address), and perhaps some additional information.
The collected information may be shared within KaziBantu as a whole unless otherwise stipulated during the collection process.
The collected information may be stored and processed outside your country (if outside South Africa) and by using KaziBantu’s websites, you consent to any such transfers being made outside your country.
Use of information collected by KaziBantu
The information provided by you is used to get in contact with you in response to a query from you, to improve KaziBantu websites or, in case of a conference or webinar, to register you as a participant. No personal information submitted by you will be shared or made public without your prior consent or unless required to do so by law.
We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure.
In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.
Cookies are like tokens for a specific web page that the web server stores on your computer. The next time you visit us, your computer will pass the cookie back to our server and thus keep track of your preferences. This will allow our websites to personalise your online experience.
Your browser can be set to warn you whether a cookie should be accepted or declined. Alternatively, you may disable cookies altogether, in which case you may not be able to visit these specific pages.
Further information about cookies may be found at: www.allaboutcookies.org.
Data protection South Africa
The protection of personal information act, 2013 (popi act) has been promulgated and implemented on 1 july 2020.