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Terms and conditions:
To be eligible for the prize, you must follow the Get-on-board link on the Solidarity webpage at solidariteit.co.za and complete the required information in full.
The information will be reviewed by a panel and a shortlist compiled. These persons will then be invited for an interview.
The price includes travel expenses, visa costs, accommodation and meals.
The prize cannot be exchanged for cash.
The winner will be responsible for his / her passport and visa applications.
To be eligible for the prize, you must be an active member of Solidarity.
Only one entry per Solidarity member will be sufficient.
You must be older than 18 years to be eligible for the prize.
The competition will run from 10 February 2016 until midnight on 4 April 2016.
The shortlist of finalists will be announced on 5 April 2016.
The winner will be announced before 30 April 2016, or on a date as close as possible to this date after the completion of all the interviews.
The panel’s decision regarding a winner will be final and will not be subjected to review and no appeal may be lodged against the decision.
The rules and information on this competition page form part of the terms and conditions for entry and participation in the competition.
Participation in the competition implies that all terms, rules and conditions have been accepted.
Staff members of Solidarity and the institutions of the Solidarity Movement and their family members are not permitted to participate in the competition.
Solidarity reserves the right to interview the winner and to take and publish photographs. The name of the prize-winner will be announced and published in Solder, on Solidarity’s Facebook page, on www.solidariteit.co.za and in the Solidarity Magazine.
All entries become the property of the Solidarity Movement and will be captured in a database for future promotions. Participation in this competition implies consent to be contacted by Solidarity.
All participants indemnify the Solidarity Movement as well as all sponsors and agencies involved in this promotion against any damages and/or costs arising from claims by the participant due to participating in the competition and/or utilising the prize.
The winner irrevocably undertakes to sign an indemnity form before he / she may enjoy the winner’s benefits and prize. Should the winner refuse to sign such an indemnity form, he / she will forfeit the prize and a new winner will be appointed.
Should Solidarity be unable to contact a prize-winner by e-mail or telephonically within five working days after the final decision of the committee, another winner will be announced.
Solidarity and its partners are not responsible for any technical faults that could result in an entry not being delivered successfully. Solidarity takes no responsibility for undelivered, lost or delayed entries. Proof that an entry was sent does not constitute proof that it was received. It is an entrant’s own responsibility to confirm that his/her entry was received.