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Electronic Communications and Transactions Act, 2002 (Act No. 25 of 2002)

Accreditation Regulations

Chapter IV : Suspension, revocation and termination

24. Procedure following suspension

 

 

1) Following suspension of accreditation, the South African Accreditation Authority –
a) may take any action necessary to confirm whether the authentication service provider still fails to meet any of the requirements, conditions or restrictions subject to which accreditation was granted;
b) may repeat any part of the procedure in section 39(2) of the Act;
c) may monitor the progress of the authentication service provider in rectifying the breach;
d) may consider any specific request by the relevant authentication service provider;
e) may re-evaluate its decision to suspend.

 

2) If the breach of the requirements, conditions or restrictions subject to which accreditation was granted or recognition given is remedied, the South African Accreditation Authority may lift the suspension and reinstate accreditation.

 

3) The South African Accreditation Authority must, if a suspended accreditation is revoked or when suspension of accreditation is lifted, publish such information in its publicly accessible database.