Frequently Asked Questions
A contest in which prizes are awarded to the winners. A competition where a person buy a ticket and then can win one of the prizes in the competition, also called a lottery.
You can buy as many tickets as you want and every ticket go into the draw allowing you the chance to win one or more of the prizes.
AkukhanYa is the official initiator of this sweepstake competition, but it is done in partnership with Out of the Box Skills Training centre in Germiston and Albertskroon.
AkukhanYa is a private training company situated in Germiston, specialising in Adult Education & Training and Learnerships/ Qaulifications, both onsite and offfsite.
You can learn more about AkukhanYa here.
You can learn more about Out of the Box here.
This is more than a fundraiser for the companies involved, it is also a way to support local communities and welfare organisations, as well as unemployed learners during these very harsh after effects of the Corona virus and long lockdown the country and our people are experiencing. Let us not forget the amazing prizes.
A full competition report will also be published on this website by the end of February 2021, along with the audited financial report that will be published on this website for anyone who wish to follow-up on the legitimacy of this competition and the management of this competition.
In a country with a culture of fraud, state capturing of money and money laundering, it is very important to all teh parties invovled that there is total transparency in the management of this competition.
The funds will be split into 5 equal parts:
1/5 will be used to support owners of the small business supported by OUt of teh Box and AkukhanYa by paying them for the prizes (more about these businesses here )
1/5 will go towards our various community outreach initiatives - including the Christmas party & gifts (more about these initiatives here )
1/5 will go towards supporting Out of the Box Skills Centre in Germiston (more about this centre here )
1/5 will go towards supporting Out of the Box Skills Centre in Albertskroon (more about this centre here ) & finally,
1/5 will go towards to supporting AkukhanYa @A Group over the following months (more about AkukhanYa's Germiston hub here )
The winners draw will be on Saturday 16 January 2021.
Prizes winners will personally be contacted to confirm how prizes can be individualised to their personal preference.
The winners draw will be overseen by the same financial company that will audit the final account of this competition to ensure total transparency and that the draw is fair and above board.
Monday 18 January 2021
The prefered communication channel as indicated on the entrey form will be used to inform all winners, either via email, WhatsApp or SMS.
The names of all winners will also be publsihed on this website and our Facebook page.
Calendars will be couriered on Monday 28 December 2020 for all the ticket holders who bought 4 tickets before Friday 18 December 2020.
Thereafter we will send out the calendars every Friday for new ticket buyers after December 18, 2020Prizes will be completed as per each individual / company's preference and delivered on Friday 12 February 2021. Just in time for your Valentine celebration!
The exact delivery date will be confirmed with each prize winner.
Every ticket goes into the draw. If you bought more than one ticket, you have more than one chance to win one or more prizes.
PLEASENOTE: The ALCOHOL gifts packs can only be one by winners 18years and older.
Since it will be exorbitant to send prizes across the border and defeat the purpose of this sweepstake competition - namely to raise funds - every prize winner outside of South Africa may nominate a family or friend in South Africa as the receiver of their winning prize.
Unfortunately this is not possible. One of the purposes of this sweepstake competition is to raise money for the small businesses who are making the prizes for the competition. No prize can therefore be exchanged for cash.
An EME is an Exempt Micro Enterprise, which means it is a company with less than R10Mill turnover a year.
A level 2 B-BBEE company is one with 51% or more black ownership.
Companies who invest in EMEs score points under the Enterprise and Suppliers Development area of the B-BBEE Scorecard. A Level 2 EME is a 125% percent return on investment in points scored.
Germiston is in the East Rand of Gauteng, South Africa. It is part of the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan.
Karabo-inc is a division of AkukhanYa, but it is a formally registered PTY with an independent bank account. Therefore it is formally audited and all legislative requirements are met.