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Aspiring Writers - Terms and Conditions

1. Important

Before you enter into this competition you must have your parents’ permission.

2. Introduction
SAStudy is running a promotional competition called Aspiring Writers Competition. By completing the entry form and submitting your details you stand a chance to win amazing prizes. You can also view these Rules on our website at www.sastudy.co.za. Please read these rules carefully. They set out the terms of the Competition. We have written some important terms in bold. Please pay special attention to them.

3. Definitions
In this Agreement

  • Participant or you means the person who submitted their details to the Promoter on the entry form on www.sastudy.co.za.
  • Promoter or SAS means SAStudy any agency or third party contractor used to promote this Competition.

4. Who can enter this competition?

  • Anyone can enter this competition
  • No person who is a director, employee or agent of or consultant to Argo or who is a spouse, life partner, mother, father, brother or sister, business partner, or associate to a director, employee or agent of or consultant to Argo may take part in or enter this Competition.
  • If we ask you to, you must give us an affidavit that confirms that you qualify to enter the Competition.

5. How to enter

  • We will advertise the Competition through the website www.sastudy.co.za as well as Facebook and Twitter.
  • To enter the competition you must send an email containing an article to the Editor of SAstudy.co.za
  • If your article is successful, then SAstudy.co.za will notify the applicant.
  • Applicants will need to SHARE the link of their article with their friends and the applicant’s article that has the most comments on www.SAstudy.co.za will be the winner.
  • We are not liable for any technical failure that may cause an entry not being successfully submitted.
  • Consumer Protection Act. Under the Consumer Protection Act, we need to keep records of the Competition. We (or one of our subcontractors or affiliates) will keep these Rules for three years as required by the Consumer Protection Act.

6. Promotional Competition Reward

  • Prizes. You could be one lucky winner to win a R 1000

7. Prize winner selection and publicity

  • Choosing a winner. The winner will be chosen according to the amount of comments their article receive on www.SAstudy.co.za
  • The public will be allowed to vote for their favourite article on the www.SAstudy.co.za.
  • The voting phase of the competition will take place during the week of which the article is featured on www.SAstudy.co.za
  • Announcement of winners. The prize winners will be announced after the public voting in that specific week.
  • Independent adjudicator. The Promoter will appoint an independent person (who has to be a representative of an independent accounting firm, a registered auditor’s firm, attorney or advocate) to oversee and verify the draw results.
  • Contacting prize winners. Each winner will be contacted telephonically after they have been selected.
  • Forfeiting of prize. If the Promoter cannot get hold of a prize winner in seven days they will forfeit the prize and the Promoter may look at the next Participant that has the most public votes. Please check the website regularly and let us know if your details change
  • Receipt: Winners will need to sign a receipt that they receive the prizes
  • Correct details: Winners, who do not give the Promoters the correct delivery details in one month of being The notified, will forfeit the prize.
  • The prizes are not transferable. The Promoter reserves the right to substitute any prize with another prize of similar value.

8. Breach and termination

If a party breaches the agreement and does not fix it within seven days of receiving notice from the other party to do so, the innocent party may:

  • claim specific performance of this agreement (make the party comply with this agreement); or
  • immediately cancel this agreement in writing; and
  • claim damages from the other party, including any claim for any fees already due.

9. Resolving disputes

  • Arbitration. If there is a dispute and the parties cannot come to an agreement, they must refer the dispute within 15 business days to arbitration under AFSA’s latest rules for expedited arbitrations. The arbitration will be held in English in Cape Town. The parties will agree and appoint one arbitrator. If the parties cannot agree on the arbitrator in10 business days after the referral, AFSA will appoint the arbitrator.
  • Other dispute resolution channels. Nothing in this clause or Agreement will preclude any party from instituting action in the appropriate court or approaching the National Consumer Commission or relevant ombudsman.
  • Urgent interim relief. This clause will not stop a party from applying to court for urgent interim relief (temporary help) while the dispute resolution process is being finalised. An example might be an interdict (type of court order).
  • Severability. This clause is separate and divisible from the rest of this agreement and remains effective even if this agreement ends or is invalid.

10. Notices and domicile (Address for the delivery of legal notices)

  • Notices. The parties will send all notices, authorisations, disclosures, acknowledgements, or requests by hand delivery, prepaid registered post, fax, or email to an address or number given in the entry form.
  • The Promoter chooses their domicilium for the delivery of legal notices at
    • Email address: editor{at}sastudy.co.za
  • The Participant chooses their domicile address as set out in the entry form.
  • Change of addresses or numbers. Each party may change the addresses or numbers in the specific terms to any other addresses or numbers in South Africa by writing to the other party 14 days before the change.
  • Deemed delivery. Notice will be considered to be delivered on the date shown on any hand-delivered, prepaid registered post, courier, fax or email confirmation of delivery.
  • Notice actually received. If a party actually receives any notice or other communication, this will be good enough.

11. Force Majeure (Acts not in a party’s control)

  • Parties not liable. No party will be responsible for any breach of this agreement caused by circumstances beyond its control, including flood, fire, earthquake, war, tempest, hurricane, industrial action, government restrictions, or acts of God.
  • Party affected to notify other party. If there is an event of force majeure, the party affected will tell the other immediately, and they will meet within seven days to negotiate other ways to carry out any affected responsibilities under this agreement. The parties will continue to comply with the responsibilities that are not affected by the circumstances.

12. Assignment and subcontracting

  • Assignment. We may assign this agreement to any successor or purchaser of our business or some of its assets.
  • Our third party contractors. We may sub-contract or delegate our obligations under this agreement to third party contractors. We will remain liable for performance of the third party contractors.

13. General Rules

  • No liability. By taking part in this Competition all Participants agree that they will not hold the Promoter, its associated companies, agents, or contractors associated with this Competition liable for any losses, harm, damages, injury, claims or actions related to this Competition.
  • Changing the rules. The Promoter may change these rules by publishing it on the competition site www.sastudy.co.za.
  • Breaking the Rules. If a Participant breaks these Rules, the Promoter may disqualify them from the Competition.
  • Final determination. The Promoter’s judge’s determination is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • Tax. Income or other taxes relating to the prizes, if any, are the sole responsibility of the prize winner.
  • Use of personal information. Participants understand and agree that in order to offer the Competition, Promoter must collect and use personal information about them.
  • Termination of the Competition. If required to do so, because of legislative or regulatory reasons, this Competition may be terminated immediately and without notice. In the event of such termination all Participants agree to waive any rights they may have as a result of the termination and acknowledge they will have no recourse against the Promoter, its associated companies, agents or contractors associated with this Competition arising out of such termination.


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