- The National Executive may enter into any agreement with any foreign State regarding—
a) the provision of mutual assistance and cooperation relating to the investigation and prosecution of—
ii) any other offence in terms of the laws of the Republic, which may be committed by means of, or facilitated through the use of, an article; or
iii) an offence—
bb) substantially similar to an offence recognised in the Republic, which may be committed by means of, or facilitated through the use of, an article,
in that foreign State;
b) the implementation of cybercrime response activities;
c) training, research, information and technology-sharing and the exchange of information on the detection, prevention, mitigation and investigation of cybercrimes;
d) the establishment or designation of points of contact to facilitate the provision of mutual assistance and cooperation as contemplated in paragraph (a);
e) the implementation of emergency cross-border response mechanisms to mitigate the effect of cybercrimes; and
f) the reciprocal implementation of measures to curb cybercrime.
(2) A member of the National Executive must, as soon as practicable after Parliament has agreed to the ratification of, accession to, amendment of, or revocation of, an agreement referred to in subsection (1), give notice thereof in the Gazette.