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1. WO/2016/077847 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CONDUCTING SECURE CREDIT, DEBIT AND RETAIL CARD TRANSACTIONSWO19.05.2016
PCT/ZA2015/000030TIRAGALO CREATIONS CC MPETE, Tshepo Edwin
THIS Invention relates to a system and- method for conducting secure credit, debit and retail card transactions. More specifically, the invention relates to a system and method for combatting fraudulent card transactions. The system Includes a. transactions card having a card identifier number, a telecommunications network through which a user and a service provider are capable of operatively communicating., a service provider database for storing at least the card identifier number against a corresponding authentication pin number, a USSD protocol through which the user is operatively capable of securely communicating with the service provider through a USSD gateway and a mobile telecommunications device for enabling the user communications. The mobile telecommunications device comprises means for operatively enabling the user to dial a USSD string for Initiating communication between the user and the service provider through the USSD protocol via the telecommunications network; operatively enabling the user to Input the authentication pin number, wherein the service provider database is in use interrogated with the inputted authentication pin number to authenticate the user and on authentication of the user, operatively enabling the user to send a command to switch the card and/or a card account linked thereto between passive, active and/or stopped state thereby to prevent the processing of any transactions other than with the card and/or a card account in the active state.

2. WO/2016/077848 UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLEWO19.05.2016
PCT/ZA2015/050018DETNET SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD VAN WYK, Riaan
A blasting system including a plurality of detonators located in respective boreholes, which is implemented through the use of a remotely controlled vehicle used for survey purposes and for locating geographical positions of the boreholes.

3. WO/2016/077849 A REINFORCED AND FIRE-RESISTANT POLEWO19.05.2016
E04H 12/04
PCT/ZA2015/050023KUSEL, Jens KUSEL, Jens
A wooden utility pole 10, wherein a ground wire 22 extends along a substantial length of an upright 12 of the pole 10, and wherein the upright 12 is provided with one or more layers of a fibreglass fabric 14 that has been impregnated with a fire- resistant resin prior to being applied to an outer surface of the upright 12, thereby 5 overlaying and covering a substantial portion of the ground wire 22.

4. WO/2016/074007 TAMPER RESISTANT LUMINAIREWO12.05.2016
PCT/ZA2015/000066WATT IDEAS (PTY) LTD OLIVIER, Gregory Terence
This invention relates to a tamper resistant luminaire. More specifically, the invention relates to a tamper resistant luminaire for prison environments where access to the inside of the luminaire is restricted to authorised personal only. The tammper resistant luminaire includes a light source, a mounting bracket operatively fastenable to a mounting surface and a housing for housing the liht source. The housing comprises a mounting face defining a mounting slot having a closed end and an oppoiste open end for slidably engaging the mounting bracket thereby to capture It therein and mount the housing to the mounting surface. The housing further comprises a first open end, coinciding with the open end of the slot, and an opposing second closed end defiing therein a tool receiving aperture. An end cap is removably fastenable to the first open end of the housing by a fastener thereby to seal the housing against tampering and dose the open end of the mounting slot so to retain the housing on the mounting bracket. The fastener Is located substantially at or near the first open end of the housing and Is engagable from a second opposite end of the housing by a specialized tool operatively extending through the tool receiving aperture defined In the second closed end such that in use, access into the housing other than by way of making use of the specialized tool is restricted.

5. WO/2016/074005 POWER GENERATING DEVICEWO12.05.2016
F03D 3/06
PCT/ZA2015/000059BRAY, Robert Reginald BRAY, Robert Reginald
THIS invention relates to a power generating device. More specifically, the invention relates to a renewable energy power generating device for converting wind and/or water-flow energy into useable electrical power. The power generating device includes a support structure rotatable about a first axis of rotation, a plurality of aerofoil blades rotatably mounted on the support structure and free to rotate relative thereto about second axes of rotation substantially parallel to and radially spaced from the first axis of rotation, and a means of actuating the aerofoil blades between first and second reflexed camber aerofil section conditions such that the aerofoil blades are freely rotatable to automatically set an angle of attack relative to a fluid flow direction thereby to generate a lift force thereover and transmitting a torque to the support structure to drive It through a repeating 360 degree rotary cycle.

6. WO/2016/074006 A SOIL DISPLACEMENT APPARATUSWO12.05.2016
E02F 5/02
PCT/ZA2015/000062MUNDELL, Gordon, John, Gunning MUNDELL, Gordon, John, Gunning
A soil displacement apparatus 10 includes at least one ground-engaging member 12 including an inclined cutting surface 14 and first and second lateral cutting surfaces 16 arranged along sides of the inclined cutting surface 14 and forming a channel 18 between them for in use channelling displaced soil away from the ground-engaging member 12.

7. WO/2016/070205 PRODUCTION OF A SPINEL MATERIALWO06.05.2016
PCT/ZA2015/050019CSIR OZOEMENA, Kenneth, Ikechukwu
A process for producing a lithium-manganese-oxide spinel material includes producing a raw lithium-manganese-oxide ('LMO') material by means of combustion synthesis; optionally, subjecting the raw LMO material to microwave treatment, to obtain a treated material; annealing the raw LMO material or the treated material, to obtain an annealed material; and optionally, subjecting the annealed material to microwave treatment. At least one of the microwave treatments must take place.

8. WO/2016/070203 CONVENTIONAL SOURCE OF ILLUMINATION ENERGY CAPTURING AND RE-USING DEVICEWO06.05.2016
F21S 9/02
PCT/ZA2015/000065ROSSOUW, Johannes Christiaan ROSSOUW, Johannes Christiaan
Illuminating equipment in the form of a conventional source of Illumination energy capturing and re-using device 10 comprises low energy consuming illuminating means in the form of an array of light emitting diodes (LED's) 12, an illuminating means carrier In the form of a circumferentially extending sleeve type formation 14 that defines a zone 16 extending linearly about the central axis 18 of the formation 14 between opposite opened up ends 20 and carrier fitted energy supply circuitry 22 including a solar cell layout 24 a re-chargeable battery 26 from which the array of LED's 12 is powerable. The device 10 is operatively locatable against undesired release by amongst other being held against gravitation invoked displacement by snugly or otherwise fitting along a linear fluorescent tube 42 while the array of LED's 12 is in such case conveniently situated along the outside surface 14.1 of the formation 14.

9. WO/2016/070204 A RADIO TRANSCEIVER AND RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEMWO06.05.2016
H04B 1/525
PCT/ZA2015/050017MIMOTECH (PTY) LTD. FOUCHE, Stephanus, Jacobus
A wireless radio transceiver (610) has at least one radio transmitter (613, 614) and at least one radio receiver (616, 617), and a transmitter 611; 662) antenna coupled to the transmitter (613, 614) and a neighbouring receiver antenna (612) coupled to the receiver (616, 617), the transmitter and receiver antennas (611, 612) being disposed adjacent to each other such that a space is defined therebetween, the transmitter and receiver antennas (611, 612) being configured to communicate simultaneously with a remote radio transceiver (660). The wireless radio transceiver (610) also has i) electromagnetic wave attenuation material (811) which is disposed at least partially within the space defined between the transmitter and receiver antennas (611, 612) (for minimising direct antenna-to-antenna interference) and ii) a reflection interference cancellation digital signal processing module (621) which is configured to cancel interference in a signal received by the receiver (616, 617), wherein the interference is as a result of reflection of a signal (602) transmitted by the transmitter (613, 614) (for minimising reflected or indirect antenna-to-antenna interference).

10. WO/2016/065374 A STAND-ON SCOOTERWO28.04.2016
B62K 3/00
PCT/ZA2015/050015BRENTT INSTRUMENTS CC VAN DER WATH, Carolus Johannes Christiaan
A stand-on scooter 10 which includes a support structure 12; a front wheel 30 and rear wheel 32 which are in line with each other and which are supportively mounted to a leading portion; 13 and a trailing portion 15 of the support structure 12, respectively; two steering mechanisms 50, 60 (a first/front steering mechanism 50 and second/rear steering mechanism 60) for steering the scooter 10; and a drive arrangement 70 for propelling the scooter 10.


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