• Bicycles Secure Your Bicycle
  • Home Protection Protect Your Home
  • Secure Your Business Secure Your Business
  • Secure Your Bicycle

    The DataDot Bicycle Theft Deterrent and Recovery System is an EASY TO USE pen application which allows the fitment of over 2000 microdots to your bicycle to ensure that its identity is protected. It is available for the recommended retail price of R250.00 excluding delivery and fitment per kit.

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  • Protect Your Home

    Home burglary can be expensive, inconvenient and even frightening. That's why it's essential to take appropriate measures to protect your valuable belongings. DataDot Theft Deterrent and Recovery Solution is a popular choice for those who wish to protect household items such as cell phones, tablets, TVs, computers and cameras. Technologically advanced, easy to apply and cost effective, DataDot is the number one option for your theft prevention needs.

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  • Secure Your Business

    Commercial crime costs South Africa millions each year and it's not about to stop! All businesses are affected by theft with more often than not disasterous consequences. In addition a struggling economy increases the temptation to steal. Despite efforts to secure assets the number of incidents are increasing and often take a long time to be discovered.

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Seven Passes Golf Day Sponsorship 2017

DataDot Embrace Community Core Value and Sponsor Golf Day

Seven Passes Golf Day a Great Success

One of DataDotSA’s core values is looking out for the community and participating in several fundraisers during the year – one of which is to sponsor the Seven Passes Golf Day. (Read more on our Socio Development projects).

The funds raised at The Seven Passes Golf Day goes towards helping hundreds of underprivileged children in the Touwsranten / Hoekwil Rural Community. Seven Passes is a registered Non-Profit Organisation (065-133 NPO) helping prevent violence and provide youth support in Touwsranten and the rural area surrounding Hoekwil. They hope to build on their experience and expand further into the Garden Route.

Over 9 years ago Hoekwil experienced youth gang violence on commercial farms. Farmers, business people from George and members of the Hoekwil and Touwsranten community came together to find a solution which involved setting up The Seven Passes Initiative as a community-based organisation (CBO). Since 2008 their understanding of the effects of poverty, alcohol abuse and domestic violence on families in this community has grown.

Since the advent of democracy improvements in the economy have not directly resulted in sustainable reductions of criminal violence. Rather, high levels of violence have limited the positive impact that periods of growth in the economy have had. Research shows that violent crime is one of the key factors that hinders business growth. This limits job creation and local economic growth. Simply put, high levels of violence profoundly limit the potential of large numbers of people to productively contribute to society.

Working closely with the ISS, The Seven Passes Initiative focused on youth development and education in an effort to try and prevent youth involvement in crime through quality after-school care.

The Initiative currently has nine permanent and three part time staff members - a director, two education facilitators, four parenting facilitators, a driver, a cook, two assistant cooks, and a research assistant. It depends on a wide range of people and expertise, often in a completely voluntary capacity, to support their work which is directly in line with the national and provincial government’s drive to reduce entrenched inequality, reduce violence and increase safety.

It is also directly in line with the identification by the Western Cape Government of quality after school care as a priority for the Province.

For more information contact :

Ms Wilmi Dippenaar (Director)
Tel: 044 850 1267
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Did you know.........
Microdots can be applied to any item of value to uniquely identify an asset?

Apart from providing currently over 3.9 million vehicles with their own DNA - microdots, or as we like to call them DataDots, can be applied to any asset of value. This means that if the valuable item or asset is stolen and recovered it can be linked back to the owner provided the owner has registered on our DataDot app.

Executive Committee

Craig Wahl

Craig Wahl

Craig is an admitted attorney with experience in Business and Labour Law. After being admitted he worked as a Legal Advisor for SEESA, a business consultancy in East London and George. He joined DataDot Technology SA in 2013 and currently is the CEO of the company.
Derek Menday

Derek Menday

Derek was General Manager of Sales at Cargo Benoni prior to joining AVIS as National Sales Director in 1989. He joined DataDot Technology SA in 2003 and is currently an Executive Director, Executive Committee Member and a Shareholder of the company.
Chad Thomson

Chad Thomson

Chad started his career within the Commercial Security Sector. A change into commerce in 2000 saw him as Managing Director to African Independent Insurance Brokers after which he joined DataDot and currently holds the position of General Manager National Operations.
Chris Naude

Chris Naude

Chris is a Qualified Chartered Accountant. Prior to joining Datadot in 2016 he worked at Questus Chartered Accountants and Profert and Vrystaat Mielies in Potchefstroom. He currently holds the position of General Manager - Business Analysis and is the Company Secretary.