MasterShred SA is the only special purpose vehicle in South Africa dedicated to Records Risk Management in South Africa. So committed is MasterShred SA to its business model that the entire reason for its existence is embedded in our name, in our brand. In fact, our name, brand and function flow into other seamlessly, differentiating us from our competitors who include just “shredding” as a minor feature of their product ranges and operations.
MasterShred SA is focussed completely on the customer. We are offering not only a service to the customer, but through a policy of subrogation, we will remove all the risk from the customer with regard to regulations, the general law of the land, the inherent moral hazard and security to customer and the customers of our customer.
Our products reflect unity carefully balanced with diversity. Offering products to deal with the same outcomes is of paramount importance to us. You would notice going through our products list, we provide choices that deal with outsourced services, in-house services, selling hardware and even leasing hardware.
Most of our people have many years of experience in the corporate world, mainly in an operations function and as a result, part of the service we offer also includes finding the most efficient product at the best possible price in terms of the customer’s needs. The kind of questions that MasterShred will answer during our consultations with our customer includes, economies of scale, capacity, location, infrastructure, logistics, the appetite for risks, the deferment and leveraging the effect of this function with regard to the financial statements, and formulating the total customised solution at the optimum price to add to the bottom-line.
Kuben Moodley/ Gabriel Krishna
meet THE TEAM
Through sheer determination, perseverance and tenacity Kuben worked his way through various organisations and roles to achieve his goal of creating his own business ventures.
In 2012 he co-founded a company in South Africa and over 6 years took it from zero to a multimillion rand and national organisation with over 100 employees.
He now dedicates his time and energy to helping fellow South Africans save the planet by offering risk free, secure disposable facilities. As a natural problem solver, He is perfectly placed to enhance your business and deliver guaranteed results through proven principles.
Motivated by his wife and inspired by Godly principles, Kuben will help you resolve any problems or challenges..
Other Associated letters (B.Sc., ERP, MCSE, OcP, Oracle, SAP, and OBIEE)
Gabriel aspires to make a tangible difference in the lives of others, be it in job creation, empowerment, social upliftment or self-actualisation.
He endeavours to live his foundational values every day and is on a mission to be successful by doing the right things right.
Gabriel firmly believes that the triple bottom line approach of financial, environmental and social pursuits will realise sustainable economic benefit to multitudes and thus create a proud legacy.
Gabriel Krishna CITsa ; ACI – holds Marketing, business leadership and entrepreneurship qualifications and sits on both EXCOs and Boards of multiple organisations
Laws and Regulations
The following Data Protection Laws require you to be responsible when destroying information
POPI The Protection of Personal Information, Act 4 of 2013 (POPI) is the primary instrument regulating data protection in South Africa.
RTP Right to Privacy Section 14 of the 1996 Constitution of the Republic of South Africa provides for an express, justiciable right to privacy. It states: “Everyone has the right to privacy, which includes the right not to have – (d) the privacy of their communications infringed.”
NARS The National Archives Records Service of SOUTH AFRICA ACT (ACT NO. 43 OF 1996) To provide for a National Archives and Record Service; the proper management and care of the records of governmental bodies; and the preservation and use of a national archival heritage; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
ECT Electronic Communications and Transactions Amendment Bill, 2012 changed because of the changes in the Consumer Protection Act 2008 (Act 68 of 2008) for online security
FICA The Financial Intelligence Centre Act, 38 of 2001 (FICA), came into effect on 1 July 2003. FICA was introduced to fight financial crime, such as money laundering, tax evasion, and terrorist financing activities. FICA brings South Africa in line with similar legislation in other countries.
RICA The Regulation of Interception of Communications and Provision of Communication- Related Information Act (RICA) is a South African law that regulates the interception of communications and associated processes such as applications for and authorisation of interception of communications.
CPA Consumer Protection Act, 2008 (Act 68 of 2008)
(i) by the substitution of the definition of “critical information” with the following:
“Critical [data] information” [means data that is declared by the Minister in terms of this section shall have the meaning set out in section 53(a) [to be of importance to the protection of the national security of the Republic or the economic and social well-being of its citizens]