FAQ

Why should my organisation participate?

The prime focus is advancing God’s kingdom through information. The South African Resource Hub serves this purpose by giving your organisation exposure, giving you an understanding of those others who are advancing God’s kingdom in the country and a platform to share how you as an organisation is advancing God’s kingdom through your resources.

Which other organisations are involved in the South African Resource Hub?

To date we have been working with a select group of our trusted partners. We now invite broader participation and would like to invite you to contribute and participate. As mentioned, our main criteria is a shared faith in the Triune God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and Jesus Christ as the only mediator between God and humanity.

What are the security implications?

We only make use of secure connections and your information is and remains private. Accessible information will be limited to what is already accessible on the Internet. We do not require any personal information as the focus is on organisational resources. Therefore the South African Resource Hub complies with the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (POPI ACT).

What are the copyright restrictions?

With submitting resources, you as organisation declare that you have the full right to upload and share these resources and that it is your property. People visiting the South African Resource Hub will have the opportunity to see your resources and will use it with the same copyright rule as you publish your resources.

Will there be any costs involved at a later stage?

No. This process IS and always will be FREE. The sole purpose of this resource hub is advancing the kingdom of God.

What format should the resources be?

The written resources can by uploaded in PDF format. There is also the opportunity to link your Youtube video, and MP3 files onto the resource hub. The video and audio files will not be uploaded onto the website, and these files need to be on another server like Youtube or Soundcloud. The file will only be linked and shared on the South African Resource Hub.

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