Frequently  Asked Questions

The KhuYa Campaign can also be called a competition. The campaign is not only about tickets and crowdsourcing and prizes, but also an awareness raising of the various organisations that has been hit hard by the Covid pandemic and lockdowns. The campaign is 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. It is highly dependent on people sharing the information about the campaign to reach as many people and businesses in South Africa as possible.

Each ticket costs R250.00.

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. There are monhtly prizes and a final grand prize in December 2021. All the monthly tickets will be entered into the grand prize draw. The monthly tickets are limited to 600 for individuals and 2400 for businesses and organisations.

AkukhanYa is the official initiator of the KhuYa Campaign, but it is done in partnership with Out of the Box Skills Training centre in Germiston and Albertskroon.It is a joint venture between AkukhanYa, Out of the Box, and a number of entrepreneurs operating under the Out of the Box initiative in Germiston.

AkukhanYa is managing the KhuYa Campaign, but it is overseen by a private auditor to ensure that there is no irregularies with the funds. In the age of corruption and scams, it is prudent to ensure that all the funds are accounted for and the campaign management is above board.

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.

To make this raffle competition fair, there are separate prizes for individuals and companies.

The monthly tickets are limited to 600 for individuals and 2400 for businesses and organisations.

ALL the monthly tickets will go into the final grand draw in December. Once again there is a separate prize for the individuals and a separate prize for businesses.

More about the prizes here.

This is more than a fundraiser for the training 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 lockdowns the country and our people have experienced. Let us not forget the amazing prizes. The tickets can also be deducted from tax, which means it actually costs nothing.

The campaign is managed by a separate account than the normal operational accounts of AkukhanYa & Out of the Box. The account will be audited by an accounting firm with full monthly financial reports produced that can be accessed by any of the ticket holders. This is to ensure total transparency and show how all money was spent as per the reasons stated in this campaign.

A full campaign report of all the winners will also will also be published on this website by the end of each month, along with the final 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 the parties invovled that there is total transparency in the management of this campaign.

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 the 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 various welfare schemes we area invovled in (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 )

A monthly draa will take place within two days of the end of that month's campaign sells. The winners will be informed immediately of their winning prize via email, WhatsApp, Telegram or sms immeditely after each draw. Although the tickets for each month will only go into that month's draw, the final grand draw will be off all the tickets over the nine cycles of the campaign. See "Are there prizes for individuals and companies"above.

Prizes winners will personally be contacted to confirm how prizes can be individualised to their personal preference. See the options here.

No. There is nothing so horrible as having to stand in a crowd of people hoping your name will be drawn, plus since there are so many prizes, this is going to be a very long process. We will spare you the ordeal of all this. Anybody who wish to be present during the draw will be welcome to attend, but to be a winner, you do not have to be at the draw.

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.

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. 

All donations made to a not for profit organisation is tax deductible. The 18A Certificate is your proof of your "donation" to Out of the Box and you will receive an 18A Certificate to verify the amount of the tickets you bought.

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.

Albertskroon is in the West Rand of Gauteng. It is part of the Johannesburg Metropolitan.
Yes. This is a crowdsourcing initiative and anybody can buy a ticket and win a prize. To ensure that their is no foul play, an independent auditor will handle the draw, audit the finances monthly and ensure that not any of the monetary beneficiaries of this crowdsourcing initiative is invovled in manipulating the prize winnings.

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. 

Karabo-inc is a division of AkukhanYa that is still in development, therefore the bank account is lying dormant at present. To ensure that the income from the campaign is not absorbed by one of the beneficiaries' operational account, but totally separate and accountable we decided to use this account for the time being. As soon as the campaign is more established, the bank will open a separate KhuYa Campaign account for us. The account is closely monitored by our auditor to ensure that there is no hanly panky going on with the monies generated through this campaign. The money for the various beneficiaries will be paid out of this account into their business account. Full disclosure will be recorded in the monthly and final year end financial report.

If you have a question we have not addressed here, please email us with your question and we will respond to you within 24 hours.

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