1.1. This website can be accessed at shop.netpractice.co.za, related mobi-sites and software applications (the “Website”) and is owned and operated by Netpractice (Proprietary) Limited (“Netpractice”, “we”, “us” and “our”).
1.2. These Website Terms and Conditions (“Terms and Conditions”) govern the ordering, sale and delivery of Goods, and the use of the Website.
1.3. These Terms and Conditions are binding and enforceable against every person that accesses or uses this Website (“you”, “your” or “user”), including without limitation each user who registers as contemplated below (“registered user”). By using the Website and by clicking on the “Register Now” button on the Website, as may be applicable, you acknowledge that you have read and agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.
1.4. The Website enables you to shop online for an extensive range of goods including pharmaceuticals supplies, medicines, healthcare consumables, medical supplies, medical equipment, health and beauty products, electronics and other supplies (“Goods”).
1.5. Netpractice allows third party sellers to list and sell their Goods on the Website (each a “Third Party Seller”). Netpractice will indicate on relevant product pages and checkout pages when Goods are for sale by a Third Party Seller. Certain terms in these Terms and Conditions only apply to purchases from Third Party Sellers, and others only apply to purchases from Netpractice. This will be made clear in the relevant clause.
2. Important Notice
2.1. These Terms and Conditions apply to users who are consumers for purposes of the Consumer Protection Act, 68 of 2008 (the “CPA”).
2.2. If there is any provision in these Terms and Conditions that you do not understand, it is your responsibility to ask Netpractice to explain it to you before you accept the Terms and Conditions or continue using the Website. If you are unfamiliar with eBooks, please pay particular attention to clause 10 below, which describes the nature, functionality, usage rights and delivery of eBooks.
2.3. Nothing in these Terms and Conditions is intended or must be understood to unlawfully restrict, limit or avoid any right or obligation, as the case may be, created for either you or Netpractice in terms of the CPA.
2.4. Netpractice permits the use of this Website subject to the Terms and Conditions. By using this Website in any way, you shall be deemed to have accepted all the Terms and Conditions unconditionally. You must not use this Website if you do not agree to the Terms and Conditions.
3.1. Please refer to our Returns Policy for more information about returning products (and related refunds, replacements or repairs). The Returns Policy is incorporated by reference (which means that it forms part of these Terms and Conditions).
4. Registration and use of the website
4.1. Only registered users may order Goods on the Website.
4.2. To register as a user, you must provide a unique username and password and provide certain information and personal details to Netpractice. You will need to use your unique username and password to access the Website in order to purchase Goods.
4.3. You agree and warrant that your username and password shall:
4.3.1. be used for personal use only; and
4.3.2. not be disclosed by you to any third party.
4.4. For security purposes you agree to enter the correct username and password whenever ordering Goods, failing which you will be denied access.
4.5. You agree that, once the correct username and password relating to your account have been entered, irrespective of whether the use of the username and password is unauthorised or fraudulent, you will be liable for payment of such order, save where the order is cancelled by you in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.
4.6. You agree to notify Netpractice immediately upon becoming aware of or reasonably suspecting any unauthorised access to or use of your username and password and to take steps to mitigate any resultant loss or harm.
4.7. By using the Website you warrant that you are 18 (eighteen) years of age or older and of full legal capacity. If you are under the age of 18 (eighteen) or if you are not legally permitted to enter into a binding agreement, then you may use the Website only with the involvement and supervision of your parent or legal guardian. If your parent or legal guardian supervises you and gives his/her consent, then such person agrees to be bound to these Terms and Conditions and to be liable and responsible for you and all your obligations under these Terms and Conditions.
4.8. You agree that you will not in any way use any device, software or other instrument to interfere or attempt to interfere with the proper working of the Website. In addition, you agree that you will not in any way use any robot, spider, other automatic device, or manual process to monitor, copy, distribute or modify the Website or the information contained herein, without the prior written consent from an authorised Netpractice representative (such consent is deemed given for standard search engine technology employed by Internet search websites to direct Internet users to this Website).
4.9. You may not use the Website to distribute material which is defamatory, offensive, contains or amounts to hate speech or is otherwise unlawful.
4.10. You may not in any way display, publish, copy, print, post or otherwise use the Website and/or the information contained therein without the express prior written consent of an authorised Netpractice representative.
5. Conclusion of sales and availability of stock
5.1. Registered users may place orders for Goods, which Netpractice or the Third Party Seller may accept or reject. Whether or not Netpractice or the Third Party Seller accepts an order depends on the availability of Goods, correctness of the information relating to the Goods (including without limitation the price) and receipt of payment or payment authorisation by Netpractice for the Goods.
5.2. NOTE: Netpractice or the Third Party Seller will indicate the acceptance of your order by delivering the Goods to you or allowing you to collect them, and only at that point will an agreement of sale between you and Netpractice or the Third Party Seller come into effect (the “Sale”). This is regardless of any communication from Netpractice stating that your order or payment has been confirmed. Netpractice will indicate the rejection of your order (by Netpractice itself or the Third Party Seller) by cancelling it and, as soon as possible thereafter, refunding you for any amount already paid.
5.3. Prior to delivery or your collection of the Goods, you may cancel an order at any time provided you do so before receiving a dispatch or delivery notice. After delivery or your collection of the Goods, you may return the Goods only in accordance with the Returns Policy.
5.4. Any order of a television will be subject to the condition that we obtain from you your valid TV licence number and your account holder ID. If we do not receive your TV licence number and your account holder ID, or your TV licence number cannot be validated, you will not be able to check out with the television in your shopping basket.
5.5. Placing Goods in a wishlist or shopping basket without completing the purchase cycle does not constitute an order for such Goods, and as such, Goods may be removed from the shopping basket if stock is no longer available or the price thereof might change without notice to you. You cannot hold Netpractice or the Third-Party Seller liable if such Goods are not available or are not available at the particular price when you complete or attempt to complete the purchase cycle at a later stage.
5.6. You acknowledge that stock of all Goods on offer is limited and that pricing may change at any time without notice to you. In the case of Goods for sale by Netpractice, Netpractice will take all reasonable efforts to monitor stock levels and ensure that when stock is no longer available, that offers thereof are discontinued on the Website. However, we cannot guarantee the availability of stock. When Goods are no longer available after you have placed an order, Netpractice will notify you and you will be entitled to a refund of any amount already paid by you for such Goods.
5.7. In the case of Goods for sale by a Third-Party Seller, Netpractice relies on inventory information supplied by the relevant Third Party Seller and Netpractice accordingly bears no liability for any inaccuracies in the information supplied to it. Consequently, should you order any Goods from a Third Party Seller which are in fact sold-out, any resulting dispute should be resolved between you and the relevant Third Party Seller, your respective rights and obligations being as set out in these Terms and Conditions.
5.8. Certain Goods may not be purchased for re-sale. Should we suspect that any such Goods are being purchased for sale, we are entitled to cancel your order immediately on notice to you.
6.1. We are committed to providing secure online payment facilities. All transactions are encrypted using appropriate encryption technology.
6.2. Whether the Goods are for sale by Netpractice or a Third-Party Seller, payment can be made for Goods via -
6.2.1. debit card (Visa, MasterCard, Diners or American Express Cards)
6.2.2. credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Diners or American Express Cards): where payment is made by credit card, we may require additional information in order to authorise and/or verify the validity of payment. In such cases we are entitled to withhold delivery until such time as the additional information is received by us and authorisation is obtained by us for the amounts. If we do not receive authorisation your order for the Goods will be cancelled. You warrant that you are fully authorised to use the credit card supplied for purposes of paying the Goods. You also warrant that your credit card has sufficient available funds to cover all the costs incurred as a result of the services used on the Website;
6.2.3. direct bank deposit or electronic funds transfer into Netpractice bank account: if you pay via direct bank deposit or electronic funds transfer, payment must be made within 5 (five) days of placing your order. Netpractice will not accept your order if payment has not been received;
6.2.4. Netpractice Vouchers;
6.3. Once you have selected your payment method (save for cash on delivery or direct bank deposit), you will be directed to a link to a secure site for payment of the applicable purchase price for the Goods.
6.4. Card transactions will be acquired for Netpractice via PayGate (Pty) Ltd who are the approved payment gateway for all South African Acquiring Banks. DPO PayGate uses the strictest form of encryption, namely Secure Socket Layer 3 (SSL3) and no Card details are stored on the website. Users may go to www.paygate.co.za to view their security certificate and security policy
6.5. Customer details will be stored by Netpractice separately from card details which are entered by the client on DPO PayGate’s secure site. For more detail on DPO PayGate refer to www.paygate.co.za
6.6. The merchant outlet country at the time of presenting payment options to the cardholder is South Africa. Transaction currency is South African Rand (ZAR).
6.7. Netpractice takes responsibility for all aspects relating to the transaction including sale of goods and services sold on this website, customer service and support, dispute resolution and delivery of goods.
7. Delivery of goods
7.1. Subject to availability and receipt of payment, requests will be processed within 2 (two) days and delivery confirmed by way of order number
7.2. Netpractice offers 2 (two) methods of delivery of Goods to you. You may elect delivery via:
7.2.1. courier; or
7.3. Our delivery charges are subject to change at any time, without prior notice to you, so please the most up-to-date price information during checkout. You will see the applicable delivery charges in your cart when you check out.
7.4. Subject availability, Netpractice or the Third-Party Seller will deliver the Goods to you as soon as reasonably possible, but no later than 30 (thirty) days from receipt of your payment (“Delivery Period”). We will notify you if we are unable to deliver the Goods during the Delivery Period. You may then, within 7 (seven) days of receiving such notification elect whether or not to cancel your order for the Goods. If you elect to cancel your order, we will reimburse you for the purchase price.
7.5. Netpractice’s obligation to deliver a product to you is fulfilled when we deliver the product to the physical address nominated by you for delivery of the order. Netpractice is not responsible for any loss or unauthorised use of a product, after it has delivered the product to the physical address nominated by you.
8.1. We shall take all reasonable efforts to accurately reflect the description, availability, purchase price and delivery charges of Goods on the Website. However, should there be any errors of whatsoever nature on the Website (which are not due to our gross negligence), we shall not be liable for any loss, claim or expense relating to a transaction based on any error, save – in the case of any incorrect purchase price – to the extent of refunding you for any amount already paid, or otherwise as set out in the Returns Policy.
8.2. Netpractice shall not be bound by any incorrect information regarding our Goods displayed on any Third-Party websites.
9. Gift Vouchers & Coupons
9.1. Netpractice may from time to time make physical or electronic gift vouchers (“Gift Vouchers”) and promotional coupons or discounts (“Coupons”) available for use on the Website towards the purchase of Netpractice Goods. Gift Vouchers and Coupons can only be redeemed while they are valid and their expiry dates cannot be extended. More specifically:
9.2. Gift Vouchers
9.2.1. Gift Vouchers that are purchased by registered users are valid for 3 years after Sale. Gift Vouchers that Netpractice gives away for free are valid for the period stated thereon. In each case, if your Voucher has not been used within that period, it will expire.
9.2.2. Gift Vouchers cannot be used to buy other Gift Vouchers or Coupons. They do not accrue interest and are not refundable for cash once purchased. If your Gift Voucher value is insufficient for the order you wish to place, you may make up the difference by paying via one of our other payment methods.
9.2.3. Netpractice is not responsible for any harm due to the loss, unauthorised use or unauthorised distribution of a Gift Voucher, after it has delivered the Gift Voucher to you or the email address nominated by you.
9.3.1. There are two types of Coupons; a Coupon with a fixed amount of a discount, e.g. R100 off (“Fixed Coupon“), and a Coupon with a percentage discount, e.g. 10% off (“Percentage Coupon“).
9.3.2. Coupons are issued in Netpractice’s sole discretion and we are entitled at any time to correct, cancel or reject a Coupon for any reason (including without limitation where a Coupon has been distributed in an unauthorised manner). Users do not have a right to Coupons, and Coupons cannot be earned. Coupons are issued under specific terms and conditions regulating when and how they may be used.
9.3.3. As a general rule, and unless specified otherwise on the specific Coupon itself:
220.127.116.11. each Coupon can only be used once;
18.104.22.168. only one Coupon can be used per order;
22.214.171.124. only one Coupon can be used on the Website per person per promotion/campaign;
126.96.36.199. Percentage Coupons may only be redeemed on purchases with a total cart value of less than R5,000;
188.8.131.52. where a Percentage Coupon has been used and you wish to cancel any items in the order prior to making payment, the entire order must be cancelled. You will be issued with a new Percentage Coupon and will need to place the order again, without the item that you wished to cancel;
184.108.40.206. a Coupon must be used at check-out – it cannot be used later on existing orders; and
220.127.116.11. the value of the Coupon will be set off against the value of your shopping basket and the balance remaining, if any, will be payable by you.
9.3.4. Coupons cannot be used to buy Gift Vouchers or other Coupons, and cannot be exchanged or refunded for cash or credit. Netpractice is not responsible for any harm due to the loss, unauthorised use or distribution of a Coupon.
9.3.5. You may be required to submit the original communication containing the Coupon code, and any other information reasonably requested by Netpractice, before you are able to use a Coupon.
10. Third Party Sellers
10.1. Netpractice will indicate on relevant product pages and checkout pages when Goods are for sale by a Third-Party Seller. In such cases Netpractice only provides the platform to facilitate transactions between Third Party Sellers and Netpractice customers. Netpractice is neither the buyer nor the seller of these Goods unless otherwise specified.
10.2. The Sale formed on acceptance of your order (in accordance with clause 5.2) for Goods that are for sale by a Third-Party Seller is therefore solely between the registered user and such Third-Party Seller. Netpractice is not a party to that sale.
10.3. The Third-Party Seller is solely responsible for fulfilment of delivery of the Goods. The Third-Party Seller is also responsible to provide an invoice to the registered user if required.
10.4. Not all Third-Party Sellers are registered VAT (Value-Added Tax) vendors. Only Third-Party Sellers who are registered VAT vendors may charge VAT on Goods sold and issue a tax invoice in respect thereof. If a Third-Party Seller is not a registered VAT Vendor, it may not charge VAT on Goods sold and will not be in a position to issue a tax invoice in respect thereof.
10.5. Because Netpractice wants the registered user to have a safe and consistent experience, Netpractice will handle any returns under the CPA or the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 2002 (“ECT Act”), by the registered user arising out of or in connection with the Sale between a registered user and a Third Party Seller on behalf of the Third Party Seller according to Netpractice’s own Returns Policy. Should such claim escalate into being a dispute, although Netpractice is entitled to become involved in an attempt to resolve it, Netpractice is not obliged to do so and any disputes must be resolved between you and the relevant Third-Party Seller alone.
11.1. Netpractice shall take all reasonable steps to protect the personal information of users. For the purpose of this clause, "personal information" shall be defined as detailed in the Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000 (PAIA). The PAIA may be downloaded from: http://www.polity.org.za/attachment.php?aa_id=3569
11.2. We respect your privacy and will take reasonable measures to protect it, as more fully detailed below.
11.3. Should you decide to register as a user on the Website, we may require you to provide us with personal information which includes but is not limited to -
11.3.1. your name and surname;
11.3.2. your email address;
11.3.3. your physical address;
11.3.4. your gender;
11.3.5. your mobile number; and
11.3.6. your date of birth.
11.4. Should your personal information change, please inform us and provide us with updates to your personal information as soon as reasonably possible to enable us to update your personal information.
11.5. You may choose to provide additional personal information to us, in which event you agree to provide accurate and current information, and not to impersonate or misrepresent any person or entity or falsely state or otherwise misrepresent your affiliation with anyone or anything.
11.6. Subject to clause 11.7 below, we will not, without your express consent:
11.6.1. use your personal information for any purpose other than as set out below:
18.104.22.168. in relation to the ordering, sale and delivery of Goods;
22.214.171.124. to contact you regarding current or new Goods or services or any other goods offered by us or any of our divisions, affiliates and/or partners (unless you have opted out from receiving marketing material from us);
126.96.36.199. to inform you of new features, special offers and promotional competitions offered by us or any of our divisions, affiliates and/or partners (unless you have opted out from receiving marketing material from us); and
188.8.131.52. to improve our product selection and your experience on our Website by, for example, monitoring your browsing habits, or tracking your sales on the Website; or
11.6.2. disclose your personal information to any third party other than as set out below:
184.108.40.206. to our employees and/or Third-Party service providers who assist us to interact with you via our Website, email or any other method, for the ordering of Goods or when delivering Goods to you, and thus need to know your personal information in order to assist us to communicate with you properly and efficiently;
220.127.116.11. to our divisions, affiliates and/or partners (including their employees and/or third party service providers) in order for them to interact directly with you via email or any other method for purposes of sending you marketing material regarding any current or new goods or services, new features, special offers or promotional items offered by them (unless you have opted out from receiving marketing material from us);
18.104.22.168. to law enforcement, government officials, fraud detection agencies or other third parties when we believe in good faith that the disclosure of personal information is necessary to prevent physical harm or financial loss, to report or support the investigation into suspected illegal activity, or to investigate violations of these Terms and Conditions;
22.214.171.124. to our service providers (under contract with us) who help with parts of our business operations (fraud prevention, marketing, technology services etc). However, our contracts dictate that these service providers may only use your information in connection with the services they perform for us and not for their own benefit;
126.96.36.199. to our suppliers in order for them to liaise directly with you regarding any faulty Goods you have purchased which requires their involvement; and
188.8.131.52. to any Third-Party Seller for purposes of sending you an invoice for any Goods purchased from such Third-Party Seller, which disclosed information will be limited to your email address (refer to clause 10 above).
11.7. We are entitled to use or disclose your personal information if such use or disclosure is required in order to comply with any applicable law, subpoena, order of court or legal process served on us, or to protect and defend our rights or property. In the event of a fraudulent online payment, Netpractice is entitled to disclose relevant personal information for criminal investigation purposes or in line with any other legal obligation for disclosure of the personal information which may be required of it.
11.8. We will ensure that all of our employees, third party service providers, divisions, affiliates and partners (including their employees and Third-Party service providers) having access to your personal information are bound by appropriate and legally binding confidentiality obligations in relation to your personal information.
11.9. Ratings and Reviews: When you provide a rating or review of a Product, you consent to us using that rating or review as we deem fit, including without limitation on the Website, in newsletters or other marketing material. The name that will appear next to that rating or review is your First Name, as you would have provided upon registration. If you do not agree to this, please do not put any ratings or reviews on the Website. We will not display your Last Name, nor any of your contact details, with a rating or review.
11.10. We will -
11.10.1. treat your personal information as strictly confidential, save where we are entitled to share it as set out in this policy;
11.10.2. take appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure that your personal information is kept secure and is protected against unauthorised or unlawful processing, accidental loss, destruction or damage, alteration, disclosure or access;
11.10.3. provide you with access to your personal information to view and/or update personal details;
11.10.4. promptly notify you if we become aware of any unauthorised use, disclosure or processing of your personal information;
11.10.5. provide you with reasonable evidence of our compliance with our obligations under this policy on reasonable notice and request; and
11.10.6. upon your request, promptly return or destroy any and all of your personal information in our possession or control, save for that which we are legally obliged to retain.
11.11. We will not retain your personal information longer than the period for which it was originally needed, unless we are required by law to do so, or you consent to us retaining such information for a longer period.
11.12. Netpractice undertakes never to sell or make your personal information available to any third party other than as provided for in this policy.
11.13. Whilst we will do all things reasonably necessary to protect your rights of privacy, we cannot guarantee or accept any liability whatsoever for unauthorised or unlawful disclosures of your personal information, whilst in our possession, made by third parties who are not subject to our control, unless such disclosure is as a result of our gross negligence.
12. Changes to these Terms and Conditions
12.1. Netpractice may, in its sole discretion, change any of these Terms and Conditions at any time. It is your responsibility to regularly check these Terms and Conditions and make sure that you are satisfied with the changes. Should you not be satisfied, you must not place any further orders on, or in any other way use, the Website.
12.2. Any such change will only apply to your use of this Website after the change is displayed on the Website. If you use the Website after such amended Terms and Conditions have been displayed on the Website, you will be deemed to have accepted such changes.
13. Electronic communications
14. Ownership and copyright
14.1. The contents of the Website, including any material, information, data, software, icons, text, graphics, lay-outs, images, sound clips, advertisements, video clips, trade names, logos, trade-marks, designs and service marks which are displayed on or incorporated in this Website (“Website Content”) are protected by law, including but not limited to copyright and trade mark law. The Website Content is the property of Netpractice, its advertisers and/or sponsors and/or is licensed to Netpractice.
14.2. You will not acquire any right, title or interest in or to the Website or the Website Content.
14.3. Any use, distribution or reproduction of the Website Content is prohibited unless expressly authorised in terms of these Terms and Conditions or otherwise provided for in law.
14.4. Where any of the Website Content has been licensed to Netpractice or belongs to any third party, your rights of use will also be subject to any terms and conditions which that licensor or third party imposes from time to time and you agree to comply with such Third-Party terms and conditions.
15.1. The use of the Website is entirely at your own risk and you assume full responsibility for any risk or loss resulting from use of the Website or reliance on any information on the Website.
15.2. Whilst Netpractice takes reasonable measures to ensure that the content of the Website is accurate and complete, Netpractice makes no representations or warranties, whether express or implied, as to the quality, timeliness, operation, integrity, availability or functionality of the Website or as to the accuracy, completeness or reliability of any information on the Website. If any such representations or warranties are made by Netpractice’s representatives, Netpractice shall not be bound thereby.
15.3. Netpractice disclaims liability for any damage, loss or expenses, whether direct, indirect or consequential in nature, arising out of or in connection with your access to or use of the Website and/or any content therein unless otherwise provided by law.
15.4. Although Goods sold from the Website may, under certain specifically defined circumstances, be under warranty, the Website itself and all information provided on the Website is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, completeness, or non-infringement, as may be allowed in law.
15.5. Any views or statements made or expressed on the Website are not necessarily the views of Netpractice, its directors, employees and/or agents.
15.6. In addition to the disclaimers contained elsewhere in these Terms and Conditions, Netpractice also makes no warranty or representation, whether express or implied, that the information or files available on the Website are free of viruses, spyware, malware, trojans, destructive materials or any other data or code which is able to corrupt, destroy, compromise, disrupt, disable, harm, jeopardise or otherwise impede in any manner the operation, stability, security functionality or content of your computer system, computer network, hardware or software in any way. You accept all risk associated with the existence of such viruses, destructive materials or any other data or code which is able to corrupt, compromise, jeopardise, disrupt, disable, harm or otherwise impede in any manner the operation or content of a computer system, computer network, any handset or mobile device, or your hardware or software, save where such risks arise due to the gross negligence or wilful misconduct of Netpractice, its employees, agents or authorised representatives. Netpractice thus disclaims all liability for any damage, loss or liability of any nature whatsoever arising out of or in in connection with your access to or use of the Website.
16. Linking to third party websites
16.1. This Website may contain links or references to other websites (“Third Party Websites”) which are outside of our control, including those of advertisers. These Terms and Conditions do not apply to those Third Party Websites and Netpractice is not responsible for the practices and/or privacy policies of those Third Party Websites or the “cookies” that those sites may use.
16.2. Notwithstanding the fact that the Website may refer to or provide links to Third Party Websites, your use of such Third Party Websites is entirely at your own risk and we are not responsible for any loss, expense, claim or damage, whether direct, indirect or consequential, arising from your use of such Third Party Websites or your reliance on any information contained thereon.
17. Limitation of liability
17.1. Netpractice cannot be held liable for any inaccurate information published on the Website and/or any incorrect prices displayed on the Website, save where such liability arises from the gross negligence or wilful misconduct of Netpractice, its employees, agents or authorised representatives. You are encouraged to contact us to report any possible malfunctions or errors by way of our Help page.
17.2. NETPRACTICE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGES WHICH MIGHT ARISE FROM YOUR USE OF, OR RELIANCE UPON, THE WEBSITE OR THE CONTENT CONTAINED IN THE WEBSITE; OR YOUR INABILITY TO USE THE WEBSITE, AND/OR UNLAWFUL ACTIVITY ON THE WEBSITE AND/OR ANY LINKED THIRD PARTY WEBSITE.
17.3. YOU HEREBY INDEMNIFY NETPRACTICE AGAINST ANY LOSS, CLAIM OR DAMAGE WHICH MAY BE SUFFERED BY YOURSELF OR ANY THIRD PARTY ARISING IN ANY WAY FROM YOUR USE OF THIS WEBSITE AND/OR ANY LINKED THIRD PARTY WEBSITE.
18. Availability and termination
18.1. We will use reasonable endeavours to maintain the availability of the Website, except during scheduled maintenance periods, and are entitled to discontinue providing the Website or any part thereof with or without notice to you.
18.2. Netpractice may in its sole discretion terminate, suspend and modify this Website, with or without notice to you. You agree that Netpractice will not be liable to you in the event that it chooses to suspend, modify or terminate this Website other than for processing any orders made by you prior to such time, to the extent possible.
18.3. If you fail to comply with your obligations under these Terms and Conditions, including any incident involving payment of the price of an order for any Goods, this may (in our sole discretion with or without notice to you) lead to a suspension and/or termination of your access to the Website without any prejudice to any claims for damages or otherwise that we may have against you.
18.4. Netpractice is entitled, for purposes of preventing suspected fraud and/or where it suspects that you are abusing the Website and/or have created multiple user profiles to take advantage of a promotion or Coupon intended by Netpractice to be used once-off by you, to blacklist you on its database (including suspending or terminating your access to the Website), refuse to accept or process payment on any order, and/or to cancel any order concluded between you and Netpractice, in whole or in part, on notice to you. Netpractice shall only be liable to refund monies already paid by you (see Netpractice’s Returns Policy in this regard), and accepts no other liability which may arise as a result of such blacklisting and/or refusal to process any order.
18.5. At any time, you can choose to stop using the Website, with or without notice to Netpractice.
19. Governing law and jurisdiction
19.1. These Terms and Conditions and our relationship and/or any dispute arising from or in connection with these Terms and Conditions shall be governed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the Republic of South Africa. Your continued use of the Website will constitute your consent and submission to the jurisdiction of the South African courts regarding all proceedings, transactions, applications or the like instituted by either party against the other, arising from any of these Terms and Conditions.
19.2. Netpractice chooses as its domicilium citandi et executandi for all purposes under this agreement, whether in respect of court process, notice, or other documents or communication of whatsoever nature “Dock Road Junction, Corner Stanley & Dock Road, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, South Africa, 8001”
19.3. In the event of any dispute arising between you and Netpractice, you hereby consent to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the High Court of the Republic of South Africa (Western Cape Division, Cape Town) notwithstanding that the quantum in the action or proceedings may otherwise fall below the monetary jurisdiction of that court.
19.4. Nothing in this clause 23 or the Terms and Conditions limits your right to approach any court, tribunal or forum of competent jurisdiction in terms of the CPA.
20.1. Netpractice hereby selects “Dock Road Junction, Corner Stanley & Dock Road, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town”, South Africa, 8001, as its address for the service of all formal notices and legal processes in connection with these Terms and Conditions (“legal address”). Netpractice may change this address from time to time by updating these Terms and Conditions.
20.2. You hereby select the delivery address specified with your order as your legal address, but you may change it to any other physical address by giving Netpractice not less than 7 days’ notice in writing.
20.3. Notices must be sent either by hand, prepaid registered post, telefax or email and must be in English. All notices sent -
20.3.1. by hand will be deemed to have been received on the date of delivery;
20.3.2. by prepaid registered post, will be deemed to have been received 10 days after the date of posting;
20.3.3. by telefax before 16h30 on a business day will be deemed to have been received, on the date of successful transmission of the telefax. All telefaxes sent after 16h30 or on a day which is not a business day will be deemed to have been received on the following business day; and
20.3.4. by email will be deemed to have been on the date indicated in the “Read Receipt” notification. ALL EMAIL COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN YOU AND US MUST MAKE USE OF THE “READ RECEIPT” FUNCTION to serve as proof that an email has been received.
21.1. We are a participant under the Consumer Goods and Services Industry Code and are bound by it. An electronic copy of this Code is available at http://www.cgso.org.za/downloads/. If you have a complaint about the goods or services provided by us or require information regarding our internal complaints-handling process, please get in touch with us via email on the Website or you can contact our call centre on 021 403 6358
21.2. If we don’t resolve your complaint within 15 (fifteen) business days of you having notified us of it, you are entitled to approach the Consumer Goods and Services Ombud (“CGSO”), to assist in resolving the dispute. The CGSO’s contact details are: Website: http://www.cgso.org.za/ Sharecall: 0860 000 272 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
22.1. For the purposes of the ECT Act, Netpractice’s information is as follows, which should be read in conjunction with its product descriptions and other terms and conditions contained on the Website:
22.1.1. Full name: Netpractice (Pty) Ltd, a private company registered in South Africa with registration number 2012/072246/07
22.1.2. Main business: Online retailer
22.1.3. Physical address for receipt of legal service (also postal and street address): Dock Road Junction, Corner Stanley & Dock Road, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, South Africa, 8001
22.1.4. Director(s): Mpatle Ditabo
22.1.5. Phone number: +27 21 403 6358
22.1.6. Email address: email@example.com
23.1. Netpractice may, in its sole discretion, at any time and for any reason and without prior written notice, suspend or terminate the operation of the Website or the user’s right to use the Website or any of its contents subject to us processing any orders then already made by you or change this agreement or any part thereof at any time without notice
23.1.1. You may not cede, assign or otherwise transfer your rights and obligations in terms of these Terms and Conditions to any third party.
23.1.2. Any failure on the part of you or Netpractice to enforce any right in terms hereof shall not constitute a waiver of that right.
23.1.3. If any term or condition contained herein is declared invalid, the remaining terms and conditions will remain in full force and effect.
23.1.4. No variation, addition, deletion, or agreed cancellation of the Terms and Conditions will be of any force or effect unless in writing and accepted by or on behalf of the parties hereto.
23.1.5. No indulgence, extension of time, relaxation or latitude which any party (the “grantor”) may show grant or allow to the other (the “grantee”) shall constitute a waiver by the grantor of any of the grantor’s rights and the grantor shall not thereby be prejudiced or stopped from exercising any of its rights against the grantee which may have arisen in the past or which might arise in the future.
23.1.6. These Terms and Conditions contain the whole agreement between you and Netpractice and no other warranty or undertaking is valid, unless contained in this document between the parties.