'Autumn really feels like the most romantic & wholesome time in the Midlands. Embrace it this weekend at Piggly; bring your family and enjoy a wholesome country lunch while you watch the kiddies play & make friends on the jungle gym. Sounds like the ideal afternoon to us!' shared Piggly Wiggly Midlands.
Get your Super Chem 150 set through Nuts About Books & Toys in Howick, KZN Midlands.
This new version has 150 exciting science activities using only products found in the kitchen. There are over 40 pieces of equipment enabling you to carry out all of the 150 activities. These activities include the following science phenomena:
- 2 x Conical Glass Flasks (with hole stoppers)
- Plastic Base
- 2 x Measuring Cups
- Measuring Spoon
- Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate
- 2 x Calcium Carbonate
- Calcium Sulphate
- Bottle of Bubble Solution
- 10 x Long Bubble Construction Wires
- 10 x Short Bubble Construction Wires
- Coloured Felt Pen
- Moulding Dough
- Magnifying Glass
- Soap Tablet
- 2 x Plastic Soap Moulds
- 2 x Plastic Tubes
- Coloured Filters
- 2 x Plastic Test Tubes (with stoppers)
- Coin Maker
- 3 x Plastic Coin Discs
- Test Tube Cleaner
- Safety Goggles
- Plastic Container
- 2 x Balloons
- PH Indicator Paper (with pH scale chart box)
- Instruction Manual
Age: 10 Years +
Another happy dog, no longer living his life on a short chain. Thanks to funding received for our fencing project, this lovely boy is now enjoying his freedom in a safely fenced off area on the property. Families are identified by our Animal Welfare officer, Nomonde. She looks for families who are very caring and provide for their dog to the best of their abilities. We would like to say a very big thank you to Outpost Treated Timber for supplying all the wooden poles for free, which they do for all our fencing projects. Your support and generosity is greatly appreciated and goes a long way in helping the dogs.
Outpost Treated Timber are situated in Merrivale, KZN, so please do support them if you are needing poles for anything. www.outposttreatedtimber.co.za
If anyone would like to make a donation towards our fencing programme, here are our bank details:
FNB - Howick
Acc. No. 6245 8766 197
Branch. 220 725
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WHEN: May 27-29
WHERE: Harrington House - Hilton
Karen is an artist of 45 years experience. She is interested in the story beneath the surface, with atmosphere, colour and line being all important. She is equally comfortable in all mediums, but prefers the richness of oils.
She has studied and worked with Bill Ainsley, William Kentridge, Ricky Burnett, Chris Tugwell, and Dee Donalson.
Her influences include Turner, Monet, Munch, Edwige Fouvry and Joan Mitchell.
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These amazing physical and mental health benefits can be achieved.
• 1.Motor skills- improves eye, hand and foot coordination, timing, rhythm, a sense of depth perception and direction.
• 2.Physical skills – fitness, core stability, flexibility, mobility and muscle tone.
• 3.Psychological skills- Emotional control, focusing, concentration, positive imagery, relaxation, self motivation and most of all goal setting.
• 4. Social Skills- respect, sportsmanship, communication, cooperation, tolerance, teamwork and unselfishness.
If you are interested in learning to play, please contact Bernice Burden on 071 164 3162.
The Toyota Halfway Howick competition was held on Wednesday and the
Results were as follows:
1st Place Bob Chetty and Pat Norris
2nd Place Colin Burden and Neil Birdsey
FORTHCOMING CLUB SPONSORED EVENTS FOR MAY
Tuesday, 17th: J Leslie Smith and Alan Sara Pre-Drawn:
2-4-2 competition Start time: 09h00.
Friday, 27th: Woodstone Nominated Two Bowl Trips.
Start time 09h00. Entries via Woodstone Trips WhatsApp group. Anyone wishing to enter a new team may WhatsApp 071 164 3162.
Pictured here; Ladies from various clubs around KZN supporting Hospice at Umgeni Waterfall Bowling Club.
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Bookings now open 033 330 5071!
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This year will once again be a virtual challenge which means wherever you are in the country, we would love for you to take part in what promises to be South Africa’s most beautiful virtual challenge.
Join us on Saturday 3 September 2022 anytime between 6 AM and 6 PM.
You can run, jog, or walk your own virtual challenge, at your own pace, from any location you choose.
Entries are officially open!
Enter online now at https://bit.ly/SWVC2022
'We are delighted to share that five Girls’ Hockey players have been selected to represent the uMgungundlovu District Hockey team and will be attending KZN trials. We congratulate: Thingo Ntombela and Kayte-Lee Biggar (U14), Abigail Holmes (U16), Mary-Lynn Cotton and Rachel Tegg (U18).' shared Howick High
SPAR KZN Schoolgirls’ Hockey Challenge - uMvoti and oThukela Regional - Deutsche Schule Hermannsburg: Saturday 7 May
In a surprise upset, Domino Servite took the honours in the SPAR KZN Schoolgirls’ Hockey Challenge’s uMvoti and oThukela Regional at Deutsche Schule Hermannsburg on Saturday 7 May.
They met one of the favourites in the regions’ final game, toppling Wartburg Kirchdorf School in an all-important critical penalty shoot-out. After 25 minutes of play the whistle blew with the score line level on one each.
Domino were awarded their first real threat in the game, a short corner midway through the final. The ball was pushed to the top of the circle, where the castle sent the ball towards the goals finding its way to the right where a tussle right on the post saw Wartburg’s goalkeeper Yoliswa Khenyisa keel over, hitting the upright and concussing herself.
Domino’s captain, Liezel Green managed to knock their goal in shortly after Wartburg’s keeper’s unfortunate injury. As the game drew to a close, Wartburg responded with a barrage of attacks, including four short corners. On their final set piece, they managed to equalise after the ball was pushed out to the top of the D, with Lise-Lea Engelbrecht trapping it cleanly, shifting the ball from her favoured right, side-stepping the first wave, and knocking in a reverse stick leveller.
Seconds later the final whistle blasted announcing the outcome of the game would head to the penalty spot. Wartburg’s Robyn Vorster took their first opportunity scoring with her attempt and putting her team 1 point ahead. For the next four rounds the score board remained on 2 – 1 to Wartburg.
Domino’s captain Green stepped up to the spot, and determinedly took the ball up, zig-zagging as she went. A firm standing Wartburg’s stand in keeper, Andile Dube was unable to keep up with the quick footed, Green’s attempt and watched amazed as the ball rolled over her line, again levelling the score.
The game’s conclusion then moved to sudden death with Wartburg setting off first. Their fourth penalty being mis-hit giving Domino the edge. Amy van Tonder from Domino eagerly stepped up and calmly made her way goalwards, pulling the ball right and determinedly knocking the ball across the line earning her team their third goal and the regional title for the first time.
Chatting after the final, Captain for Domino Liezel Green shared, “We came here a little bit unsure but were quite excited. We knew we were stronger than two teams but Wembely and Wartburg we were a bit unsure about. We were delighted to reach the final, but we were exhausted, so it was a game that we played a lot more defensively. We didn’t expect to win but we are very happy and delighted to make it through to the grand finals for the first time.”
Coach for Domino, Willen du Toit, “We enjoyed it. It was tough and draining and a rollercoaster day. We got to the final and scored and then right at the end they scored and we had to go to a shootout. It was fun and I am very happy for the team, they did well.”
Acknowledged for his efforts with the whistle, Gareth Larkan from host school Hermannsburg was named Umpire of the Day.
In their inaugural appearance, Domino Servite will represent the uMvoti and oThukela Region as the eighth team at the Grand Finals in July, They join Pionier Hoërskool (Northern KZN Regional); St Anne’s College (PMB North Regional); St John’s D.S.G. (PMB Central Regional); Our Lady of Fatima (DBN North Regional); St Mary’s D.S.G. (Highway Regional); Kuswag Hoërskool (DBN South Regional); and most recently King Edward High School (Ugu and Sisonke Regional).
Next week the action moves to Durban for the second last tournament for 2022, the Durban Central Regional at Durban Girls’ College, followed by the Northern KZN Coastal Regional at Grantleigh School in Richards Bay on Saturday 21 May.
1 Domino Servite 2 Wartburg Kirchdorf School 3 Wembley College 4 Greytown High School 5 Deutsche Schule Hermannsburg
Wartburg 2 vs Wembley 0
Domino 1 vs Greytown 0
Hermannsburg 0 vs Wartburg 5
Greytown 0 vs Wembley 1
Hermannsburg 0 vs Domino 3
Wartburg 0 vs Greytown 0
Wembley 1 vs Domino 1
Greytown 2 vs Hermannsburg 0
Domino 0 vs Wartburg 0
Wembley 2 vs Hermannsburg 0
Pictured above: In full flight, a determined Wembley College’s Mia Schneider tries to advance as Domino Servite’s defenders bravely ready themselves for the attack, during their round robin game at the uMvoti and oThukela Regional of the SPAR KZN Schoolgirls’ Hockey Challenge that took place at Deutsche Schule Hermannsburg on Saturday 7 May.
Pictured below: Ooops. Slamming on the brakes, Wartburg Kirchdorf’s link Phiwokuhle Ntombela, halts her advances after she loses her stick and the ball in a collision with Greytown High School’s Andiswa Myaka during their round robin game at the uMvoti and oThukela Regional of the SPAR KZN Schoolgirls’ Hockey Challenge that took place at Deutsche Schule Hermannsburg on Saturday 7 May.
Photo credit: Rogan Ward
Her paintings are a reflection of that passion…. The warm vibrant colours reflect the beauty of Africa.
Meet Christiane at ART in the Country, the very first art show of this calibre to be hosted at Harrington House in Hilton, KZN Midlands from 27 to 29 May 2022. Convenor, Kathy Jacob, an artist herself and owner of Kathy's Art Studio at Rotunda Centre is determind to make this a regular annual occasion. The event has a number of headline sponsors including; Harcourts Hilton, PnP The Avenues, Land Rover Pietermaritzburg, Harrington House and Midlands Stretch Tents.
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Meet Retired General TK, a 47 year young Zimbabwean artist… Married with three school going children back in Zim. TK has been perfecting his skills since the age of 18. General TK will be exhibiting his amazing beaded animal heads at the Harcourts Hilton Art in the Country art exhibtion at Harrington House, 27th -29th May.
La Popote Café in Hilton evokes images of hearty, soul fulfilling tasty food at the fireside, chicken pot pies, colourful salads, deep French lemon tart slices, great coffee, country calm, friendship, and familiar faces at nearby tables.
After almost two decades at La Popote, Lesley Strachan has been lured away by the opportunity of a lifestyle shift. At the end of May 2022 Lesley will take on management of Terbodore Café on the Curry’s Post Road where she looks forward to contributing her expertise to a friend’s family business. Lesley has absolute confidence that her successor at La Popote will prosper and thrive.
A long and fruitful innings at La Popote has created for Lesley a wealth of incredible memories and precious friendships. Looking back through old newspaper and magazine cuttings with Lesley, one headline that encapsulates the essence of what La Popote delivers is “Where friends and food meet and time is lost.”, penned by MS Millaround.
Stepping into the void left at La Popote is Chef Andrew Giles, who many will know from the days of La Rose Wedding Venue, Eat at Andrew’s at Tweedie and more recently ANEW Hotel in Hilton. Trademarks which define Andrew as a chef and as a human are energy, positivity, warmth, and creativity along with a natural inclination to serve delicious seasonal and rustic food. All of this along with encouragement from his fiancé Anru-lee Pelser equip Andrew to build on Lesley’s legacy while still plating up the familiar dishes that have long been popular with La Popote’s regular patrons.
We wish both Lesley and Andrew happiness and success with their new adventures in the KZN Midlands as we continue to enjoy their meals and personality.
La Popote Café on Knoll Drive, 1km from Tanglewood Nursery, is open weekly from Wednesday to Sunday.
Amal and George Clooney’s Foundation Honours Justice Albie Sachs for his courageous work fighting for Justice
The Clooney Foundation for Justice, founded by Amal and George Clooney, has announced its inaugural awards ceremony in line with the Foundation’s vision to highlight brave justice activism in a number of sectors across the globe.
The Albie Awards named in honour of Justice Albie Sachs who is revered for his heroic commitment to ending apartheid will take place in New York later this year.
Not only have CFJ named the awards after South Africa’s Justice Albie Sachs but they will also award him with a Lifetime Achievement Award in Pursuit of Justice on the evening .
Other recipients at the ‘Albie’ will be the Nobel prize-winning Filipino journalist Maria Ressa who will receive the Justice for Journalists Award; iACT a ground breaking international organization that works alongside survivors of genocide and other mass atrocities will receive the Justice for Survivors Award; Viasna, a human rights group that has been a voice of resistance in Belarus for nearly 30 years as it has led a brave campaign for freedom and democracy against President Lukashenko's regime, will receive The Justice for Democracy Defenders award; and Dr. Josephine Kulea, the Kenyan women's rights campaigner and founder of the Samburu Girls Foundation that helps to rescue girls from child marriage, female genital mutilation, and other harmful practices received the Justice for Women Award.
Albert ‘Albie’ Louis Sachs is a South African activist, lawyer, writer, and a former judge appointed by Nelson Mandela to serve on the first Constitutional Court of South Africa. After twice being detained in South Africa for his anti-apartheid activities, in 1966 he went into exile and was later the victim of a car bombing executed by the South African security services. He lost his right arm and vision in one eye. In 1990 Sachs returned to South Africa to help write the Constitution of South Africa and later served for fifteen years on the country’s Constitutional Court.
"I take huge pleasure in working with Amal and George Clooney, and getting to understand and appreciate their deep feeling for justice. I delight in their imaginative, creative ways of doing things and connecting with people,“ says Justice Albie Sachs. “I am a living survivor of a generation of South African lawyers like Griffiths Mxenge and Bram Fischer, who gave their lives for freedom and justice. I will be thinking of them when I receive this wonderful award alongside the other remarkable people and organisations.”
The Awards hosted by George and Amal Clooney and Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation, will take place on 29 September at the New York Public Library, with so
me of the biggest names in international human rights, philanthropy, law, business, and entertainment in attendance and will include powerful stories of the Clooney Foundation for Justice’s work fighting for survivors of human rights abuses.
SolarWorld Africa partners with Meyer Burger, a European manufacturer of high-performance solar cells and modules
SOLARWORLD AFRICA PARTNERS WITH MEYER BURGER TO BRING LEADING SOLAR TECHNOLOGY TO SOUTH AFRICA AND SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
The partnership will see both leading businesses serve the African renewable energy sector
Cape Town, May 2022 – SOLARWORLD Africa (Pty) Ltd, a leading importer and distributor of solar products in Southern and Sub-Saharan Africa, has partnered with Meyer Burger Technology AG, a European manufacturer of high-performance solar cells and modules. Together, they are well positioned to serve the renewable energy sector in the region.
As the exclusive distribution partner for Southern and Sub-Saharan Africa, SOLARWORLD Africa will now offer Meyer Burger’s high-performance Heterojunction/SmartWire solar modules in the region. Meyer Burger is well poised to meet the region’s growing renewable energy needs as its products are designed to perform best under hot conditions and offer up to 20 percent higher energy yields than standard solar modules.
Says Gregor Küpper, Managing Director of SOLARWORLD Africa, “We are proud to welcome Meyer Burger and their products into our product distribution portfolio. The outstanding quality and advanced technology will result in lower levelised cost of electricity and let the owner of the system benefit over at least 30 years, much longer than the standard technology currently sold in Africa.”
Made in Germany, designed in Switzerland, Meyer Burger products are of the highest technical standards, making them extremely durable. Thanks to the production processes and patented Heterojunction/SmartWire technology, they offer superior cell stability and maximum resilience with a high breakage resistance.
Sven Stoffers, Head of Sales at Meyer Burger, is excited to partner with SOLARWORLD Africa. “Solar installers, EPCs and developers can now benefit from our technological advantages for their projects in Africa. With the service structures and the international network that SOLARWORLD Africa has built and maintained, it offers peace of mind that our products will be used by quality and performance orientated solar specialists.”
SOLARWORLD Africa was established in 1984 and has been a pioneer in the photovoltaic industry in South Africa and neighbouring countries offering outstanding product quality with premium manufacturing partners. The business boasts over 25 000 projects including South Africa’s largest rooftop solar energy system in the agriculture sector.
To find out more about SOLARWORLD Africa (Pty) Ltd, visit the website, and for more information on Meyer Burger and its products, please visit the global website here.
Picture in the photograph is (L-R) is:
Tim Degen | Senior Sales Manager, Meyer Burger.
Gregor Kupper | Managing Director, SOLARWORLD Africa.
Celebrating its third year, the SPAR Women’s Virtual Challenge 2022 will return to the annual road-running calendar serving as a symbol of the country’s rise out of the ashes of the pandemic.
The 2022 SPAR Women’s Virtual Challenge will build on the runaway success of last year’s race when entries were open nationwide, taking the most beautiful race to all corners of the country (and abroad). As a virtual event, there are no geographic boundaries to the race, participants get to decide on their route, be it in the Berg, Bush or along the Beach. Participants can set their own pace, and choose whether to do it alone, with friends, family or as a community.
This year’s theme, captured through the hashtag, #IRise, is a celebration of how South African women conquer their challenges. The 2022 SPAR Women’s Virtual Challenge encourages all participants to harness their power, adopt the #IRise philosophy and become part of a collaborative community that collectively rises above their challenges.
The SPAR Women’s Virtual Challenge was launched in 2020 as a homage to South African women’s resilience and strength amid the uncertainty and strife brought on by the CoViD-19 pandemic. Although the government has lifted the state of disaster, the pandemic remains in our midst, which prompted SPAR once again to take the beautiful road race into the virtual space.
“For the safety of our participants, based on the fluctuating CoViD-19 regulations and the unprecedented times we find ourselves in, we have gone virtual again this year,” said Charlene Subbarayan, SPAR Group Sponsorship & Events Manager. “However, that does not mean we have compromised on the fun. Get your friends together, work out a route in your local community and share all the fun by tagging us in your pictures #IRise #YourRaceYourPace.”
Online entries are now open for the 2022 SPAR Women’s Virtual Challenge. SPAR invites women in KwaZulu Natal, across the country and beyond to join in on Saturday 3 September, anytime between 06h00 and 18h00 (subject to government lockdown regulations). Participants can run, jog, or walk their virtual challenge at their own pace anywhere in South Africa.
The SPAR Women’s Virtual Challenge is more than a race, it is a celebration of female camaraderie and is a social compact aimed at improving the lives of our fellow humans. Each year the Virtual Challenge adopts a charitable cause that addresses a broader societal issue.
By entering this year’s SPAR Women’s Virtual Challenge, participants will make a meaningful contribution to the lives of young girls. For every entry, a pack of sanitary pads will be donated to help keep a girl in school through the SPAR Petals Project. The Project advocates for a shame-free education for all young women, and through their contributions, participants will help these girls rise above their challenges.
“The SPAR Women’s Virtual Challenge has grown beyond the boundaries of racecourses or geographical areas. It is a movement that celebrates the resilience of women across the breadth and width of the country,” said Mike Prentice, SPAR Group Marketing Executive. “The sight of women from different walks of life taking to the streets and trails around South Africa has filled us with immense pride. SPAR looks forward to the thousands of posts to light up social media platforms.”
The Virtual Challenge also boasts a dedicated group of brand ambassadors who help spread the #IRise message and promote the causes that we support. The list includes familiar fan favourites and some new ambassadors eager to get SA excited about the challenge.
Entry to the SPAR Women’s Virtual Challenge is R120, and as part of the entry fee, every participant will receive a virtual challenge pack. The pack includes an official virtual challenge t-shirt, access to the My Virtual Challenge digital magazine, a face buff and a medal.
This year there are even more ways to join in the fun online. Participants can visit the official race website, www.sparvirtualchallenge.co.za to generate their race number and finish line certificate – perfect for pre and post-race selfies! Use #IRise and #SPARVirtualChallenge when posting to join the challenge community online!
For more information and to find out how to enter, visit www.sparvirtualchallenge.co.za. Entries are limited to 60 000 participants – enter now to avoid disappointment.
The SPAR Women’s Virtual Challenge and Theme:
Difficulty calls us to rise, and in that rising, we learn what we are capable of. The theme the SPAR Women’s Virtual Challenge 2022 is built on the concept of rising despite difficulty, like a phoenix from the ashes, which the Virtual Challenge itself has done amidst a global pandemic. In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity, and there is a plethora of opportunity for creativity amidst the current challenges that we face.
This year we anticipate rising again as the SPAR Women’s Virtual Challenge 2022, in celebration of a South African stalwart, accompanied by a powerful digital strategy and virtual challenge, to become the most inclusive challenge South Africa has seen.
Over the years, the challenge has brought women from all walks of life together, to make a difference in our communities and once again, this year will be no different, as we rise to the challenge as a nation, leaving no woman (or man) behind. While the challenge is still fully focused on women, we encourage women to bring their families, friends and animals, and welcome everyone, irrespective of gender, for this inclusive challenge.
EVENT DIARY DETAILS:
Date: 3 September 2022
Time: 06h00 – 18h00 (subject to current lockdown restrictions)
Location: Virtual Event (participants can select own route and distance)
Pictured here: Thandy Matlaila (SPAR Grand Prix Series ambassador) in a round table discussion during the SPAR Women's Challenge launch at Infinity Studios on May 10, 2022 in Cape Town, South Africa.
Photo credit: Reg Caldecott/Gallo Images
Jenna Nell Northwood is a South African lady who is passionate about bringing faith-inspired encouragement to others. Jenna is the author of 'Fruits of the Spirit' which is teaches, encourages and inspires children about the qualities of God.
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April certainly made up for the quiet March month. The cameras were kept busy with history searches. Not too many suspect vehicles came into uMngeni but we had lots of action chasing vehicles out of uMngeni.
Most camera activations were for Poaching suspect vehicles. All were monitored but not actioned as they were not seen to be entering rural areas.
SAPS Alert activated a UCSI camera in Hilton: A vehicle was reported as stolen on 11/04/2022 at PLESSISLAER. It was loaded to the Response group and after a vehicle check was done, the vehicle was found, stopped and taken to Hilton SAPS for processing. Thanks to AET, Red Alert, MI7 and SAPS.
Then we had lots of action on camera for live on line searches:
These consisted of local issues and out of area vehicle problems. UCSI is not just about the cameras; It is the network we have grown to share information as far as possible to make sure we get early warnings and to assist others to catch our problems when they leave our area.
- 8 April; N3 Notties to Cato ridge. The UCSI/SAPS response WhatsApp group was used to replay information to various law enforcement so they could follow vehicle where it was eventually stopped in Cato Ridge area. Driver apprehended with stolen property and illegal firearm.
• 10-Apr; Curries Post. House armed robbery: Cameras were checked, and suspect vehicle found. Unfortunately not in time to be stopped by response group.
• 15-Apr; Howick, Greendale. Suspects entered a shop in Greendale centre where they stole a staff members mobile phone. I did a search on the cameras for suspect vehicle which I found and was confirmed identity by victim. Info sent to Hilton group in case vehicle tries same thing in Hilton. Unfortunately, the vehicle never seen again.
• 19 April; Bulwer to Thornville. A hijacked bakkie was reported as taken in Bulwer. Information was coordinated by UCSI response group about movement of the vehicle. The vehicle traveled from Bulwer through Richmond into the Thornville area where it was eventually apprehended by law enforcement.
• 21 April; Cramond; Another hijacked vehicle in Cramond area. The UCSI response group again used for information and co-ordination. The vehicle was recovered by SSS and SAPS with use of Tracker unit. Great use of resources even outside our area.
• 26 April; Howick; Robbery at Post Office. I did a manual search on cameras out of Howick. Possible suspect vehicle found through cameras and circulated to response groups. Unfortunately, the vehicle was not found in uMngeni area. However, 3.5hrs later I received a call from IPSS security on North Coast. They found our suspect vehicle, which was taken in to SAPS. Great communications from snipr system and our friends in the security industry.
Be safe and vigilant at all times. If something feels "off" report it to your local CPF, Security or SAPs member, no matter how small.
You could be saving a life that you will never know about.
Are you an affiliated member of UCSI?
Do you know you have access to the operations desk for information about suspicious vehicles in your area?
Please contact Deon (details below) if you have not heard from the ops desk recently. I may have old information that needs to be updated.
How can you get involved?
The UCSI is also able to issue Section 18A certificates for CAPEX and OPEX donations of any amount.
Stay safe – we got this!
Deon Tegg Operations Manager
082 496 9208
The UCSI Board of Directors
Themba Ndulini (Chairperson), Krish Ramkuber and Terence James
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