TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR MENTEES
“LUCKY STAR LUCKY CHOW ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME”
1. Lucky Star Ltd in association with HTA Training & Development invites small businesses to participate in an Enterprise Development Programme. This is an Enterprise Development Programme called “Lucky Chow Enterprise Development Programme” (the “LCEDP”) conducted by HTA Training and Development (Pty) Ltd (Registration number 2015/349207/07) of 128 Bram Fischer Dr, Ferndale, Randburg, 2194 (“Training Provider”) and Lucky Star Ltd (Registration Number: 1946/022718/06) of 8th Floor, Oceana House, 25 Jan Smuts Street, Foreshore, Cape Town (the “Contributor”).
2. The Lucky Chow Enterprise Development Programme (“LCEDP”) invests in entrepreneurs – with a particular emphasis on women and youth living in townships who show potential and commitment to grow a business and create jobs. The LCEDP is a one-year Enterprise Development Programme. The programme aims to assist with upskilling of local youth with culinary and basic business skills.
3. The purpose of the programme is to assist with upskilling of local youth with culinary and basic business skills, and entrench Lucky Chow menu in the township spaza shops selling street food. The programme aims to create awareness of Lucky Star health benefits over ordinary or currently available street food. Activities for mentees commences in March 2021 and end in September 2021.
4. In terms of this LCEDP, 15 mentors were selected through an open and competitive process in accordance with specific terms and conditions as found on edp.luckystar.co.za (Terms and conditions for Mentors - “Lucky Star Lucky Chow Enterprise Development Programme”). By applying to this programme, the mentees confirm that they have read these mentor terms and conditions.
5. Each mentor has recruited 15 mentees. The Mentors will support the mentees through the duration of the Programme.
6. These terms and conditions specifically relate to the terms, conditions and obligations of the Mentees in relation to this programme.
Responsibilities and Obligations of Mentees
7. Mentees will work individually and in groups to achieve the objectives of the programme.
8. The Mentees must attend, participate and complete all training plans, meetings, materials, programme activities and tasks as facilitated and communicated by the mentor and the Training Provider.
9. The Mentee must submit the required documents
9.1 Application form,
9.2 copy of ID
9.3 sworn affidavit
10. The Mentee must provide a list of Lucky Chow meals on the menu after receiving training.
11. Each teams led by a mentor will organise a soft launch in their place of choice within their neighbourhood and invite the local communities.
12. Each team plan will be presented to the project team for feasibility and support. The teams will be supported with Lucky Chow branding elements to entrench the awareness within the communities.
13. Criteria will be set to select winners. These criteria are, but not limited to, the below:
13.1 Participants who will “doing things differently from their current practices” after the received training,
13.2 The team that demonstrates the practicalities of working in teams for better achievement of results and make the most profit from their launch activity.
14. The team that makes most profit from their cash ins during the launch and put to practise the learnings from the programme will win a total make over to their outlets which will include, Wall painting, Parasol, Name board/Signage, and Lucky Chow start-up kit. The project team will use a score card consistently throughout the programme to evaluate the teams. This will ensure consistency, accuracy and ensure overall winners will be properly awarded based on the score card.
15. The Lucky Chow start-up kit will include:
15.1 Kitchen Tools and Utensils
15.2 Start-up stock
15.3 Branded Lucky Chow Gear
15.4 Lucky Chow promotional material incl. recipe books .
Protection of Personal Information
16. The parties acknowledge their obligations in terms of the Protection of Personal Information Act.
17. A mentee, agrees and gives consent that the personal information provided may be stored and used for statistical purposes, record keeping purposes and for marketing purposes by the Practitioner and the Client. The participant has the right to withdraw such consent at any time by notifying the Practitioner and Client.
18. The personal information collected from the mentee will be used by the Training Provider and the Contributor only and will not in any way be transferred or made available to third parties without obtaining the participant’s prior consent
19. A mentee will have the right to request from the Training Provider and Contributor details of the personal information held of the mentee and to update and/or correct any of the personal information provided. The Contributor can be contacted for this purpose per telephone on number 021 415 8600 or per e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
20. When a mentee submits a /or sends e-mails to the Training Provider and/or Contributor, that mentee consents to receiving communications from the Contributor and Training Provider electronically and agrees that all agreements, notices, disclosures and other communications sent by the Contributor electronically satisfy any legal requirements, including but not limited, to the requirement that such communication should be “in writing”.
21. A mentee will have the right to request from the Contributor and Training Provider details of the information held of the mentee and to update and/or correct any of the information provided.
22. The mentee hereby acknowledges that any voluntary provision or disclosure of any information is provided to the Contributor and/or the Training Provider in accordance with the LCEDP.
23. It is recorded that all communication, queries, correspondence and enquiries regarding the LCEDP MUST be made to the Training Provider. All mentees, mentors, and mentees MUST direct all such communication to the Training Provider and NOT the Contributor.
24. All funding and contributions due to the mentors are administered by the Training Provider. It is recorded that any payments in accordance with the LCEDP remains the responsibility of the Training Provider. The Contributor is in no way liable or responsible for any of the Training Providers obligations in this regard.
25. The Contributor and/or Training Provider reserve the right to request a mentee to depose an affidavit confirming the accuracy of the information provided in the menteementees/entrant’s application. The mentee/entrant must further upon request be able to verify their identity by providing a certified copy of their South African identity document, valid passport or driver’s license.
26. If for whatever reason the mentee cannot be contacted or is disqualified in terms of clause 3 above, the mentorship will be forfeited to the Training Provider for a reselection on the same basis that the original mentee were selected.
27. Should amentor/mentee leave/drop out/ drop off fromthe programme(during its duration) and any contribution has been made to that mentor in regard to any works/painting/artwork/signage/similar items, then such works/painting/artwork/signage/similar items are not allowed to be removed for the duration of the programme.
28. By entering this LCEDP, the mentee acknowledges and agrees that the Contributor, its agents and representatives are granted the right to invite the mentee, which invitation the mentee has the right to decline, to be present and participate in any marketing activity and use the footage and/or images of the mentee in whole or part and in connection with the distribution, broadcasting and all advertising, marketing and promotions to do with the footage in relation to the LCEDP.
29. By entering the LCEDP, a mentee acknowledges and agrees to these terms and conditions. Furthermore, it is recorded that any mentee who is selected as a mentor acknowledges and will continue to operate in accordance with these terms and conditions.
30. For clarity, nothing in these terms and conditions is intended to give either the mentee, mentor or Training Provider any ownership or any other rights in any the Contributors property in connection with the LCEDP including, without limitation, intellectual property and intangible property such as trademarks, images, logos, marketing campaigns and media events. Therefore, all and any intellectual property rights, including any copyright in and to such information will always be owned by and vest with the Contributor, and the mentee, mentor and Training Provider undertakes to respect such ownership and keep such information confidential.
31. The Contributor has vast goodwill and reputation and thus the mentor, mentee and Training Provider undertakes not to do anything detrimental to the goodwill and reputation or the statutory and common law rights, whether by commission of any act or by omission to perform any act.
32. Should any mentee be found to be in contravention of any of these terms and conditions and/or any further written Service Level Agreement entered between the Training Provider or in the opinion of the Contributors, engaged in conduct in entering and participating in the LCEDP which is fraudulent, misleading, deceptive or generally damaging to the goodwill of reputation of the Contributor, the Contributor reserves the right to disqualify such an mentee or mentor on written notice.
33. The Contributor is in no way directly or indirectly liable for any communication in all forms pertaining to the LCEDP other than these Terms and Conditions. The LCEDP is administered and conducted by the Training Provider and therefore the Contributor shall in no way assume liability in whole or in part directly or indirectly, from participation in the LCEDP by the mentee/mentor or for any action by the Training provider.
34. The Training Provider chooses as its domicilium citandi et executandi for all purposes under this LCEDP, notice or other documents or communication of whatsoever nature: 128 Bram Fischer Dr, Ferndale, Randburg, 2194.
35. The Contributor has the right to terminate and/or amend the LCEDP immediately and without notice in the event that, due to reasons beyond its control, it is impossible to continue with the LCEDP or if such amendment is required to ensure viability and feasibility of the Programme. In the event of such amendment or termination, all mentees agree to waive any rights that they may have in terms of this LCEDP and acknowledge that they will have no recourse against the Contributor, its directors, employees and agents.