Please join the CRA for the Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 30th May 2023
The event will start promptly at 17:30 and will be held at Craighall Primary School.
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Guest Speaker: Wayne Duvenage is a South African businessman, entrepreneur and civil activist. He is currently the CEO of the South African corruption-fighting civil action organisation, Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse “OUTA”, involved in fighting corruption and maladministration across all spheres of government in South Africa – including the suspension of the illegal State of Disaster announced earlier this year.
- Introduction and key messages – Markus Borner
- Report back on 2022 – Richard Hawkins
- Discussion of community issues – Markus Borner & Wayne Duvenage
- CRA CAN Platform, close and sign up – Samantha Herman
We live in challenging and trying times, the CRA needs to be relevant both as a Community and as a Citizens organisation. Join us on the day to hear from us and let us hear from you as we go on this journey together.
We will have tables in the hall for all of the various portfolios within the CRA (Environment, Infrastructure (Potholes!!), Community Engagement, Security, Membership etc.) so please ensure that you come early to visit the tables and engage with the Committee.
There will be drinks and snacks available. If you are able to contribute towards the costs of hosting this event, please can we ask you to sign up with an optional donation of R150. R50 of each donation will go to Craighall Primary School.
If we have nominations for the committee that would bring the number of members to more than 15, we will be voting on elections to the committee.
Voting will take place during the AGM and we ask that only those residents who are paid-up CRA members by the 27th May 2023 may vote. Provisional results will be released on the evening, to be confirmed subsequently.
- To check your membership status, email firstname.lastname@example.org
- To become a member, please sign up on our website.
CRA membership is linked to an individual and not a household. If more than one individual in a household wishes to vote, each individual must be a paid-up member.
Membership is a monthly debit order or annual payment which runs for a year from the date of payment. Participation in the CRA/CAP PSS scheme does not equate to CRA membership and the CRA annual membership fee is separate from these monthly debit orders.
The CRA Committee both needs and will greatly benefit from new members. New blood will bring fresh ideas and passion to the work we do for you, our community. There are a number of portfolios that cover various interests – business, communications, community needs, environment, financial strategy, infrastructure, security and town planning, all of which need extra members. If we have nominations for the committee that would bring the number of members to 15 or less, no vote is needed, and nominees automatically become members.
To stand for nomination to the CRA Committee the nominee is required to:
- be a paid-up member of the CRA
- be nominated in writing by a paid-up member of the CRA
- be seconded in writing by a paid-up member of the CRA
- submit written consent accepting the nomination
The necessary documents (links below) need to be emailed to email@example.com by the 27th May 2023: