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COMPETITION TERMS AND CONDITIONS!

Diphetogo: the Anglo American difference competition

COMPETITION TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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1. The competition will run from 27 June – 31 December 2018, with six (6) winners a month, each winning a Shoprite shopping voucher worth R500.

2. Only WhatsApp entries received on or before will be accepted for the electronic draw.

3. Winners will be randomly selected and notified telephonically. Daily Sun reserves the right to publish their details and photographs for promotional purposes.

4. The decision of the editor-in-chief is final in all matters relating to the competition and no correspondence will be entered into.

5. The prize is non-transferable/non- negotiable and will not be exchanged for cash.

6. All persons who are Media24 directors, members, partners, employees may not participate in this competition. Only natural persons may enter the competition.

7. All persons who are employees, directors, members and partners of Anglo American—or any of its subsidiaries, including Kumba Iron Ore, Anglo American Platinum, De Beers Consolidated Mines and Anglo American Coal SA—may not participate in this competition. Only natural persons may enter the competition.

8. Should legislation require that the competition be cancelled, Media24 and Daily Sun will not be responsible for the fulfilment of prizes and/or entry costs.

9. If you have been a winner in a Media24 competition during the last 6 months, you will not qualify for a prize.

10. Participation on this promotion implies full knowledge and acceptance of all rules and regulations.

11. The standard hospitality terms and conditions apply and are subject to availability. 

12. If Daily Sun/Sunday Sun cannot get hold of a prize winner after three unsuccessful calls another winner may be selected.

Prizes not claimed within 6 Weeks will be forfeited.

 13. For any queries please contact 011 713 9053.

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