Social Media Legal Terms

Sakhumnotho Group holdings(“Sakhumnotho”) operates its social media presences as a convenience and provides them on an “as is, as available” basis with no representations or warranties that these channels will at all times be accessible, uninterrupted, delivered without delay, free from errors or fit for any specific purpose. We will never ask you to disclose your social security or other personal identification number, financial account information, passwords or PINs via social media. Social media platforms and channels are third party services unaffiliated with Sakhumnotho and are not managed by Sakhumnotho. Any comments or activity arising from persons sharing or otherwise reproducing any communications published by Sakhumnotho is not controlled, endorsed or monitored by Sakhumnotho. We are not responsible for the privacy or security policies or practices of any social media platform or channels, or of any of the third party websites that a social media platform or channel may link to.

The information and/or materials provided via Sakhumnotho’s social media channels is for distribution only under such circumstances as may be permitted by applicable law. It has not been prepared with regard to the specific investment objectives, financial situation or particular needs of any specific recipient. It is published solely for informational purposes and is not to be construed as a solicitation or an offer to buy or sell any securities or related financial instruments or to participate in any particular trading strategy. You should not construe the contents of the material as legal, tax, accounting, regulatory, or other specialist or technical advice or services or investment advice or a personal recommendation. No representation or warranty, either express or implied, is provided in relation to the accuracy, completeness or reliability of the information contained in the material. Any opinions expressed in the material are subject to change without notice. Sakhumnotho is under no obligation to update or keep current the information contained in the material, and past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. Neither Sakhumnotho nor any of its directors, officers, employees or agents accepts any liability for any loss or damage arising out of the use of all or any part of the material or reliance upon any information contained therein.

When you contribute to our social media channels, please observe the following rules of conduct, which have been set up to ensure that visiting our pages is a positive and enjoyable experience for everyone.

  • Be respectful
    Please be respectful of others and their opinions. We will not permit any comments or images that are defamatory, discriminatory, malicious, racist, sexist, obscene, otherwise abusive or that threaten others, or includes offensive comments about specific, named individuals or organizations.
  • Observe the law
    Do not post content you do not have the right to post, in particular content that infringes the intellectual property or privacy of others, or advocates illegal activity of any kind.
  • Play safe
    Please be careful not to post any content that contains viruses, malware, spyware or the like, or has links to inappropriate websites.
  • Confidentiality rules
    Only post information that is deemed for public use. Do not include any confidential or sensitive information or any information that could harm Sakhumnotho, our subsidiaries or affiliate companies (collectively, the “Sakhumnotho Group entities”).
  • Stay on topic
    Some discussions may drift from the stated topic of the pages. However, to ensure maximum benefit for everyone, you should keep your postings relevant.
  • Don’t spam
    Spam includes sending identical and irrelevant or unsolicited submissions to many different users, and includes misrepresenting the source of what you post. Do not post any advertisements.

We reserve the right to delete comments that we deem to be inappropriate, offensive, or off-topic, including advertising. In addition, we may remove identical posts by the same user or multiple users.

By contributing to our social media pages, you consent to any information provided by your contribution being used by Sakhumnotho, Sakhumnotho Group entities globally and/or third parties on our behalf for the purposes explained in our Privacy Statement and for evaluating the effectiveness of our marketing and statistical analysis.

We may post links to third-party sites when we think you’ll find the information helpful. However, Sakhumnotho has not reviewed the entirety of those sites and no relationship, association, sponsorship or endorsement is suggested or implied by Sakhumnotho and such third party site or company.

We will try to respond to comments and posts in a timely manner but we cannot guarantee that we will reply to all comments and posts.

Additional Terms for Specific Social Media Channels



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Conduct & Behaviour rules for Sakhumnotho WhatsApp Groups

  1. Respect the purpose and objective of each group. A WhatsApp work group shouldn’t be used to send messages or content of a personal nature, as well as groups of friends and family shouldn’t be used for business purposes. That’s what direct messages are for.
  2. Don’t use groups just to send memes, videos, pictures and news, without reading and reacting to the content shared by others. The purpose of WhatsApp groups is to establish collective conversations with others, but when you only place content, but never read or interact, the existence of such groups loses their purpose. No one likes monologues.
  3. Never send content, information or “news” that HASN’T been verified. Placing content whose authenticity has not been definitively proven can be VERY dangerous and harm many people. WhatsApp is infested with lies and it’s better to put a stop to them than to be guilty of spreading them.
  4. If you feel uncomfortable in a group for any reason, feel free to leave or “mute” the notifications. It’s better to be criticized for leaving than for always complaining.
  5. Before sending a complaint to a group, identify the “administrator” and share your thoughts with him/her.
  6. Don’t get angry if someone doesn’t respond to your messages in a group. No one is obliged to do so. Better send him/her a direct message.
  7. Before sending a video, picture, meme or any content, analyze if such material will be in the interest of the majority of the members of the group.
  8. When forwarding a message, picture or video and you’re choosing multiple recipients, avoid sending it to all your groups, since hardly the same content will be suitable or of interest to all.
  9. Unless it’s a thematic group on politics or religion, avoid placing such content, since hardly all will have the same religious beliefs or political preferences. Avoid unnecessary debates.
  10. Unless tolerated by all, avoid sending any content that is violent or pornographic. It’s common for “only men groups” (or women) to circulate inappropriate content, but it’s important to ALWAYS keep in mind that many people may feel uncomfortable, especially when the content affects someone’s reputation.
  11. When replying to a specific comment from a person, use the “reply” function to make sense of your comment and avoid confusion.
  12. When noticing that you’re having a dialogue with a single member of the group, consider changing the conversation to direct message, because the rest of the group may not be interested in reading your conversation with another person.
  13. Keep in mind that your words can be interpreted in multiple ways, so use short sentences that can’t be misinterpreted.
  14. Don’t abuse emojis. As they can be interpreted in different ways and generate confusion.
  15. Avoid sending videos or files that are very large, since nobody likes to saturate the memory of their smartphone or waste their data/internet plan on nonsense.