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A cookie is a very common mechanism to store one or more pieces of information on one’s computer. Basically those are text strings, or little text files that are stored on user’s computer in order to provide a better user experience and make it much easier to gather accurate information about the site’s visitors. A Web server sends you (the user or customer) a cookie once you entered the website or agreed to it being installed and the browser stores it. The browser then returns the cookie to the server the next time the page is referenced.

Ketshwa may place cookies or similar files such as pixel tags and web beacons on the devices you use to engage with Ketshwa for security purposes, to facilitate site navigation and to personalize your experience when you engage with Ketshwa as a Site Visitor, a User or a Business Partner. Cookies allow us to collect technical and navigational information, such as browser type, time spent by you engaging with Ketshwa and pages visited. Please read the Privacy Policy to further understand how we use data.


Generally there are 4 cookies categories that can be installed during the process:

(a) Essential / Necessary
Cookies that are essential to make the website/service work correctly, and enable users to move around the websites and use its features
(b) Performance
Cookies that help you understand how visitors interact with the website/service by providing information about the areas visited, the time spent on the website, and any issues encountered, such as error messages. Cookies that help you improve the performance of website/service
(c) Functionality
Cookies that allow your website/service to remember the choices that visitors make (such as user name, language or the region they are in) to provide a more personalised online experience. They can also enable visitors to watch videos, play games and engage with social tools, such as blogs, chatrooms and forums
(d) Targeting / Advertising
Cookies that are used to deliver content that is more relevant to a visitor and his or her interests. They may be used to deliver targeted advertising or to limit the number of times that a user sees an advertisement. They also help measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns on the websites.