CO-OP PARTNERS OF THE CANNACLUB & GROWERS CO-OP

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING:

PARTNER AGREEMENTS WITH THE CANNACLUB’S CO-OP PARTNERS

All Co-Op partners of The CannaClub started off as volunteers, providing their skills /  time / expertise / investment / commitment in pursuing a common passion & goals which are reflected by the Constitution of The CannaClub.

All partners of The CannaClub must conform to the social responsibility requirements of The CannaClub’s Constitution, which is the following :

•  Any partners as defined in The CannaClub’s constitution, must have the required skills. Should they in turn require any other workers such workers will be in the following ratio: 50% or more will be single black women, such as the ScissorSisters, as these are the highest category of unemployed in South Africa. 30% or more will be South Africans and a maximum of 20% may be other Africans or International skilled experts.

The Cultivation partners will provide free on site training sessions every Friday between 09:00 - 11:00.

The Media partner & Club Ambassador have agreed to provide an educational YouTube series about Cannabis culture and cultivation on a bi-weekly basis and has provided more than episodes thus far.

 

The CannaClub’s partners are committed to providing educational workshops through our Winter Academy : The CannaCademy between April - November of each year, where free sponsorships for black entrepreneurs are available.

 

The Cheeba Cannabis Cultivation Academy offers Cannabis cultivation courses. During 2021 the Cheeba Africa signature 3-month course was offered, and for 2022 a whole range of 1 week courses are under development, ranging from beginner to intermediate & advanced.

PARTNERS OF THE CANNACLUB:

1. Herman van der Watt - Co Founder

1. Herman is a co-founder & the Managing member (CEO) of The CannaClub. He is a key partner providing full time, qualified & experienced managerial services to manage the Co-Op partners and the affairs of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op. 

 

2. He is prepared to take the risk, invest expert time @ zero cost for the first year and thereafter from 1 August 2020 @ R15 000.00 p.m. escalating thereafter with 10% per year.

 

3. The value of  his expert time has been pre agreed as follows upon the formalization of the Constitution which is is still reflected as the figures listed below for the 2020 Financial year which escalate yearly with 10% as per Club constitution: 

The total is therefore deemed at R15 000 x 9 months = R135 000 for the 2020 financial year,  (R15 000 + 10% x 12 = R198 000 for 2021, and R198 000 + 10% = R217 800 for the 2022 financial year)

 

4. In terms of providing these products and services in advance, and over time, at his  own cost and at his personal risk i.t.o. recuperation/ crop failure, the agreement is that Herman can recover the above at 5% of all plant management fees, as and when  withdrawn by Club members from the Stokvel stock, until settled, if at all. At year end the outstanding  amounts will be cleared with no carry over for the next year. 

 

5. All of the above to be traceable & controlled by VEND and Wave Accounting as implemented by GRRcc. 

 

6. Any surpluses will go towards the Club fund for empowerment & development initiatives. 

2. Herries van der Watt - Green Herizon

1. Infrastructure & Automation, as well as Aquaponic, Green House, and Indoor Cultivation Partner of The CannaClub. Green Herizon has been providing the property, infrastructure & automation for The CannaClub’s cultivation and processing requirements since it’s onset.

2. Green Herizon is owned & managed by Herries, who has been developing the remainder of The DankiPa Eco Estate since 2012 ,with a mandate to continuously  improve the soil or the assets involved while sharing some profit if any with GRRcc in terms of rental fees. 

4. Herries is the G.M. and the other Co-Founder of The CannaClub.  Herries is also The CannaClub's Ambassador and is involved in our Media efforts  and  YouTube channel as well as communications with all interested parties. 

5. Green Herizon was initially The CannaClub's only Cultivation partner, until APMS was selected as our primary Cultivation partner, who has the exclusive rights to cultivate the organic Outdoor/ Greenhouse Members Stokvel stock due to the growing demand & dedicated support we have received from our Members . 

6. Green Herizon is a key Co-Op partner and is providing all cultivation & processing premisses, infrastructure and automation for the Club's facilities. He is under no obligation to provide any further upgrades or maintenance even though he regularly helps to improve the facilities or  to resolve any problems. 

6. He is the only person with the authority for and on behalf of GRRcc to connect/  erect or direct to be connected/ constructed any electrical / irrigation / alternative  energy / security / water management/ control & automation/ greenhouse or other  structures/ as well as any animal farming activities on the Eco Estate. 

7. Green Herizon is developing an aquaponic / greenhouse, and an indoor grow area and has a club members cultivation contract to flower a maximum of 200 plants in this area, at any time on behalf of the Members of The CannaClub, as per our Constitution. 
 

8. He is prepared to take the risk, has invested money in his facilities, expert time as  well as to provide the use of the existing specialist Green Herizon facilities that he has been developing at great cost over the past 5 years, on the same location, to the Co-op partners with a long term lease agreement. 

9. These include : Secure: Grow patches, nursery and cloning facilities as well as  indoor: Processing, trimming, washing, drying, curing, and storage areas.

The value or budget for this input has been pre – agreed to not exceed the following,  inclusive of electricity, automatic control,water, security etc, but it does not include  any additional labour: 

10. The value of  this input by Green Herizon has been pre agreed as follows upon the formalization of the constitution of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op, which is is still reflected as the figures listed below for the 2020 Financial year which escalate yearly with 10% as per Club constitution: 

11. Secure, exclusive 400 plant Grow patch: “Garden with weedin” including electric  fencing, drip irrigation, worm farms…. and automation @ R15 000 p.m. which  includes water and electricity supply within the limitations as agreed to:

12. Secure indoor areas including: Primary processing, trimming, washing, pre - drying, drying and storage areas, and including all equipment associated therewith, and water as well as electricity usage, @ R6 500 p.m. which includes water and electricity use within the limitations as agreed to. 

13. Secure indoor nursery area with supplemental lights, including: Cloning & seedling  as well as planter areas with automated lights and irrigation….@ R10 500 p.m. which includes water and electricity use within the limitations agreed to. 

14. The total is therefore deemed at R384 000 for the 2020 financial year, R384 000 + 10% = R422 400 for 2021 and R422 400 + 10% = R464 640 for the 2022 financial year. 

 

15. In addition he has been developing additional Indoor, Green House and Nursery space over the past year at no additional cost to the Club members.

16. In terms of providing the facility rental fees and services as described in advance, and over time, at his own cost and at his personal risk i.t.o. recuperation/ crop failure, the agreement is that Green Herizon can recover the above at 15% of all plant management fees, as and  when withdrawn by Club members from the Stokvel stock, until settled, if at all. At year end the outstanding  amounts will be cleared with no carry over for the next year. 

17. In terms of providing the Aquaponic, Greenhouse and Indoor Members Stokvel produce, in advance and over time at their own cost, which include the Green Herizon Joint venture partners EthnoGro and TerPerks and at their risk, the agreement is that Green Herizon can recover the above at 30% (cultivation  fee) plus 5% (processing fee) + 5% (packaging fee) = 40% of all plant management  fees, as and when withdrawn by Club members, until they have been repaid, if at all.  They will also bear the cost of the packaging material. At year end the outstanding  amounts will be cleared with no carry over for the next year. 

18. All of the above to be traceable & controlled by VEND and Wave Accounting as implemented by GRRcc. 

19. Any surpluses will go towards the Club fund for empowerment initiatives. 

20. The Club Ambassadors fund is for time, traveling and other expenses of the Club Ambassador. 

21.  Herries is the General Manager and Ambassador of The CannaClub. 

The budget for this service has been set at a maximum of R120 000 for 2020 escalating by 10% per year, and includes a commitment as partner of our educational YouTube channel to provide weekly content.  Therefor the budget for 2021 is R120 000 + 10% = R132 000, and R132 000 + 10% = R145 200 for 2022)

22. In terms of providing these services in advance, and over time, at his own cost and at his personal risk i.t.o. recuperation/ crop failure, the agreement is that Herries can recover the above at 5% of all plant management fees, as and when withdrawn by  Club members, until settled, if at all. At year end the outstanding amounts will be  cleared with no carry over for the next year. 

23. Any surpluses will go towards the Club fund for empowerment initiatives. 

24. Green Herizon has carried it’s own costs for the first 6 months until 1 August 2020, where after the above came into effect.

25. In terms of empowerment Green Herizon exclusively makes use of The Scissor Sisters for it’s processing sub-contracting services and provides free premises and equipment to The Scissor Sisters when taking on processing contracts for Members or for when creating hand crafted produce for themselves.

26. The following Memorandum of Understanding was agreed to by the parties as mentioned below on 13 January 2022, in terms of which Green Herizon has concluded a joint venture agreement with two external partners to enable Green Herizon to cultivate Aquaponic / Greenhouse and Indoor produce on behalf of the Members as per The CannaClub’s Constitution, of which the terms are as follows:

27. The parties are GreenHerizon, EthnoGrow and TerPerks.

 

28. GreenHerizon wishes to develop its existing cultivation operation in line with the Constitution of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op and as further described below.

29.   In terms of the CannaClub Constitution we will never flower more than 1000 plants at any stage, even though our Membership base exceeds 2000 Members. This implies that we flower far less than one plant per Member at any stage. 800 of these are subcontracted to APMS for organic Outdoor and Greenhouse Cultivation. The remaining 200 are subcontracted to GreenHerizon for Aquaponic Eco-Indoor, Greenhouse Aquaponic with living soil and Indoor cultivation.

30. In terms of the GreenHerizon: greenhouse living-soil area a maximum of 70 flowering plants have been allocated to this area.

31. In terms of the GreenHerizon: indoor tent area, this is organic soil and hydroponic salt based, a maximum of 80 small plants have been allocated for indoor flowering.

32. In terms of the GreenHerizon eco-indoor area which is organic soil, hydroponic salt, as well as aquaponic deep-water culture based, 50 plants have been allocated as maximum flowering females.

GreenHerizon will provide aquaponic and other nutrients and pay for the facility upgrades required, which it also provides.

33. With regards to the indoor tent area, GreenHerizon has formalized a JV with TerPerks as defined below:

(a)  Profit if any, and losses if any, will be shared on an equal basis 50/50

(b)  TerPerks is responsible for plant management services until harvesting.

(c)  GreenHerizon has provided the facility and will also pay for the facility upgrades required, which it owns.

(d)  TerPerks will provide a complete grow-tent and all requirements associated therewith including the initial soil /media/ nutrients etc.

(e)   Thereafter they share all costs and profits equally.

(f)  They will be required to either install separate electrical meterage or additional solar capacity for the indoor operation.

34. With regards to the Eco-Indoor area, GreenHerizon has formalized a J.V. with both EthnoGrow and TerPerks as defined below:

(a)  Profit will be shared as follows: 60% GreenHerizon: 20% EthnoGrow: 20% TerPerks.

(b) EthnoGrow & TerPerks are jointly responsible for plant management services until harvesting.

(c) GreenHerizon will provide aquaponic and other nutrients and pay for the facility upgrades required, which it also provides.

35. The parties realize that in order for their Joint Venture Agreement to be successful they will have to address some obstacles to the satisfaction of all parties concerned which include the following:

(a)  Water management, infrastructure, upgrades and plans

(b)  Electrical usage, management and planning

(c)   Dry-room capacity

(d)  Structural changes to the GreenHerizon infrastructure

36. With regards to the GreenHerizon trimming, processing and packaging services :

(a)  That Green Herizon will subcontract The Scissor Sisters for all processing and packaging services, and provide its own management, packaging, labeling and the like.

(b)  Furthermore, that the GreenHerizon skud (trimmings) be donated as follows: 15% to the ScissorSisters for empowerment purposes, that 10% be donated to Natural Crystal for empowerment purposes of Casandra in the form of craft products for external use by members, that 25% be donated to APMS as Club stokvel stock.

(c)   GreenHerizon reserves the right to its “skud” (waste trimmings) to offer an Greenhouse/ Indoor ClubJay, a Bubble Hash product, a Temple Ball Hash product as well as a Rosin product in future, but relinquishes the rights to ClubHash, ClubRosin, ClubJays and SugarJays to APMS.

 

37. This is the only agreement between the parties and no other verbal agreement or differentiation will have any effect unless this agreement is formally replaced by another formal agreement and signed by all parties.

 

38. The duration of this agreement is 1 year. Upon successful achievement the agreement will be extended with a 5 year term automatically unless dissolved by any of the parties by way of a 3month notification.

 

39. In the case of such dissolvement, a fair settlement will be agreed to between the 3 parties. If unable to do so the aggrieved party will present their position to the full management committee of the CannaClub for a final resolve.

40. In January 2022 Herries from Green Herizon received an Award of excellence for:

- Establishing & developing the Green Herizon infrastructure which the Club has utilised from the onset - including our new Nursery, Cloning & Aquaponic areas.

- For his role in promoting The CannaClub as Ambassador.

- For representing Cheeba Africa as an Aquaponic cultivation lecturer.

On a management committee meeting dated 01 February 2022, Green Herizon agreed that it would establish one additional main storage tank before 1 January 2023. At the same time APMS agreed to supply another main storage tank before 1 January 2023, and the committee members agreed that a third main storage tank must be supplied via the Club fund. 

41.  Media Agreement 

(a) The costs for the Wix platform (R120 per month) is for the GREEN Herizon website which is updated once per year by The CannaClub’s Media partner, The Design Guy at no cost. 

(b) The domain (www.greenherizon.co.za) cost is roughly R100 per year

3. Heidi van der Watt - GRRcc

1. GRRcc: (Garden Route Retreat – Bookkeeping, Admin and Property management services) Provides bookkeeping & admin services and ensures  transparency and non profit based operation of The CannaClub. 

2. GRRcc provides bookkeeping services for The CannaClub & GrowerCo-Op’s partners, and manage all of the operational funds and Co-Op partner reimbursements of The CannClub & Growers Co-Op. 

3. Heidi is the managing member & founder of GRRcc. She is also the CFO of The CannaClub. 

4. GRRcc is a key partner providing Bookkeeping, Admin and Property management  services and represents the property owners, as well as provides bookkeeping and admin services for a number of entities including The CannaClub and it’s Co-Op  partners. 

5. The value of  the GRRcc input has been pre agreed as follows upon the formalization of the constitution of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op which is is still reflected as the figures listed below for the 2020 Financial year which escalate yearly with 10% as per Club constitution: 

6. She is prepared to take the risk, invest expert time as well as to provide the use of  her office and office stationary/equipment @ R15 000 p.m. for her time and office  use. 

The total is therefore deemed at R180 000 for the 2020 financial year, R180 000 + 10% = R198 000 for 2021 and R198 000 + 10% = R217 800 for the 2022 financial year. 

7. In terms of providing these products and services in advance, and over time, at her  own cost and at her personal risk i.t.o. recuperation/ crop failure, the agreement is  that GRRcc can recover the above at 10% of all plant management fees, as and when  withdrawn by Club members from the Stokvel stock, until settled, if at all. At year end the outstanding amounts will be cleared with no carry over for the next year.

8. All of the above to be traceable & controlled by VEND and Wave Accounting as  implemented by GRRcc. 

9. Any surpluses will go towards the Club fund for empowerment initiatives and development purposes.

10. GRRcc also manages the various Co-Op transactions and all payments by the Club as well the Operational Club funds. 

11. The Club Services fund is for the water/electricity/security/inventory control/etc. which is redeemed from the plant management fees at 5%. Should these exceed the  budgets as allocated additional costs will be shared by all Co-Op partners as  determined Management Committee resolution on the issue, and which will be  revised every three months.

4. Don McCusker & Wayne Heathcote - Ahead Plant Management Services - APMS

1. Primary Cultivation, Processing & Packaging Partner of The CannaClub. 

 

2. All aspects of Organic Cannabis Cultivation including: Seedlings, Clones, Strain selection & development, Mother Plants, Planters, Vegetation, Flowering, Nutrient &  feeding, Insect & pest management, Crop management, harvesting, as well as all aspects of primary processing including: Pre trimming, drying, curing, storage, and  packaging. 

3. APMS is a key Co-Op partner and is an owner managed equal partnership between long time tried and trusted friends Wayne and Don. 

4. Both Wayne and Don from APMS have received Awards of excellence for: 

- Cultivating, processing & packaging the finest quality organic outdoor Cannabis to the satisfaction of more than 1000 Members for more than 2 years.

- For their role in establishing and training The Scissor Sisters.

- For representing Cheeba Africa as cornerstone lecturers during the  2021 three month intake.

5. They are prepared to take the risk and invest their own money and specialist time in  advance in order to cultivate, process and package their quota of The CannaClub & Grower Co-Op’s Members’ Stokvel produce as per Club constitution.      

 

6. The value of their expert time has been pre agreed as follows upon the formalization of the constitution of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op which is is still reflected as the figures listed below for the 2020 Financial year which escalate yearly with 10% as per Club constitution: 

7. 2 persons at R500 each and 1 worker at R190 =  R1 190 per session. A session is 4 hours minimum. 

8. There are 6 sessions every week . Therefore 52 weeks @ R7140 on average = R371  280 p.y. 

9. With regards to processing & packaging, the services are subcontracted to The Scissor Sisters which is an APMS, Green Herizon & The CannaClub empowered & trained SBM (Single Black Mother) owned start up company, owned by Yonela Mtshotwana. A provision of 2 people @ R175 per day, plus 1 team leader @ R200 per day, for 5 days a week Therefore 52 weeks @ R1350 on average  = R70 200 p.y. have been allocated towards the subcontracting fees allocated for The Scissor Sisters as the exclusive processing subcontractor of The CannaClub in 2020. 

10. The 2020 value or budget for their operational financial input has been pre – agreed to not  exceed the following per year, which escalates automatically with 10% per year: 

• Organic Nutrient budget R 20 000 

• Organic insect control measures R 16 000 

• Cover crop budget R 7 500 

• Companion plant budget R7 500 

• Transport for Club needs R12 500 

• Training and grow exploration R 35 000 

• Compost R25 000 

 The total i.t.o. the above additional financial input is R123 500 

The full total of their contribution is R564 980 for the 2020 financial year, and includes (Plant Management Labour  R371 280 p.y. + Processing Contracts R70 200 + Costs R123 500) . Therefore the budget for 2021 is R564 980 + 10% = R621 478 for 2021 and R621 478 + 10% = R683 625 for the 2022 financial year. 

 

11. In terms of providing these services in advance and over time at their own cost and  at their risk, the agreement is that APMS can recover the above at 30% (cultivation  fee) plus 5% (processing fee) + 5% (packaging fee) = 40% of all plant management  fees, as and when withdrawn by Club members, until they have been repaid, if at all.  They will also bear the cost of the packaging material. At year end the outstanding  amounts will be cleared with no carry over for the next year. 

 

12. All of the above to be traceable & controlled by VEND and Wave Accounting as implemented by GRRcc. 

 

13. Any surpluses will go towards The CannaClub’s club fund for empowerment & development initiatives. 

14. They are in full control of the organic Outdoor & Greenhouse Cultivation and processing aspects and have agreed to sub contract these services to empowerment initiatives. In the case of processing  services this is exclusively subcontracted to The Scissor Sisters. In the case of planting projects these services are subcontracted to PLANT projects, which is owned by David and which is an APMS empowered black owned start up company providing contract labour for gardening & planting projects. 

15. APMS has the right & is encouraged to process products from other Club members in The CannaClub's existing processing facilities, and by using The Scissor Sisters as their exclusive contractor therefore .

16. APMS has the right to develop seeds both on & off site (all males) provided that  The CannaClub's members will always enjoy the top strains, that 20% of any income  generated thereof be paid over to the club fund of The CannaClub, that every effort would be  made to develop low cost high value seed supply to communities, and to support South African strain development and ethical seed production also with regards to protection of existing land race species.  

 

17. In terms of their cultivation contract APMS can flower a maximum of 800 organic plants at any stage on behalf of the members of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op. These must be organic sun grown & greenhouse with no inorganic or bottled nutrients, insect-/ pest-/ herbicides. APMS has made investments for the further development of the new nursery area, as well as drying and cloning areas. 

18. APMS has to financially support a water solution as agreed to by all parties. In the past this was considered to be 2 x 10 000 litre tanks added to our secondary storage, but recent information/ reasoning have shown that this in no way a viable solution due to living soil degradation. We therefore have no alternative but to recycle and revitalize our grey water which emanates from all showers and basins throughout the DankiPa Eco Estate to the tune of around 3000 litres per day. In addition they will also be required to provide assistance with the extra dry rooms under construction to the satisfaction of all parties concerned. 

20. In terms of clones & planters APMS can supply any member of The CannaClub  with any Stokvel stock which they may have excess of, and retain 50% of the income  from the plant management fees associated with this. The remainder to be directed  towards The CannaClub's Nursery Fund which is controlled by APMS for the development of the APMS Nursery & Cloning Areas.  The understanding is that every effort would be made to make high value feminized clones / planters available to communities at low or no cost when able to.  

21. Media Agreement 

(a) The costs for the Wix platform (R120 per month) is for the APMS website which is updated once per year by The CannaClub’s Media partner, The Design Guy at no cost. 

(b)  The domain (www.apmsgrow.co.za) cost is roughly R100 per year.

5. Tian van der Watt - JackPot

1. Retail & Reimbursement Partner of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op. 

2. The reimbursement management of the The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op Stokvel stock to registered Members of the Club, at the Club House has been subcontracted to JackPot as of the end of October 2020.

3. JackPot is a partner of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op and was founded, and is managed & owned by Tian

4. Tian is a management committee member & the Reimbursement manager of The CannaClub.

5. JackPot has been developing the DankiPa Clubhouse and it’s associated outdoor areas on behalf of GRRcc with a mandate to improve the soil or the asset value thereof, and to share any profits @ 20% with GRRcc in terms of rental fees. JackPot has been successful in obtaining a long term 21 year lease agreement on this area.

6. The value of  this input has been pre agreed as follows by management committee resolution  and formalized in the constitution of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op which is is still reflected as the figures listed below for the 2020 Financial year which escalate yearly with 10% as per Club constitution: 


 

7. JackPot is prepared to take the risk, invest expert time to develop the Club House, and to provide reimbursement fee management @ one person per day x 7 days per week x 52 weeks x R180 = R65 520 p.y.  for the payment of a qualified Club House bud tender, which does not include commission, tips, or bonuses. In addition JackPot provides Club management services @ R2000 per week x 52 weeks = R104 000 p.y.  , and cleaning services @ R150 x 3 days per week x 52 weeks = R23 400 p.y.  

The total is therefore deemed at R192 920 for the 2020 financial year, R192 920 + 10% = R212 212 for 2021 and R212 212 + 10% = R233 433 for the 2022 financial year. 

8. In terms of providing these products and services in advance, and over time, at JackPot’s own cost and at his personal risk i.t.o. recuperation/ crop failure, the agreement is  that JackPot can recover the above at 10% of all plant management fees, as and when  withdrawn by Club members from the Stokvel stock, until settled, if at all. At year end the outstanding amounts will be cleared with no carry over for the next year. 

9. All of the above to be traceable & controlled by VEND & Wave Accounting as implemented by GRRcc.

10. Any surpluses will go towards the Club fund for empowerment initiatives and development purposes.

11. The Club Reimbursement Management fund is for the operational costs and stock requirements of the Club House & entertainment area management. 

12. JackPot has been developing the Club House, as well as the areas associated with the future development plans of the Club House and it’s associated outdoor areas. JackPot has been successful in obtaining a 21 year lease-agreement with GRRcc regarding the use of the greater Club House area, as based on his past performance and future plans which include : 

13. Expansion of the Club House and separate kitchen to include Club munchies, meal of the day, edibles, as well as constant improvement i.t.o. variety/ quality of offering.

14. Expansion & upgrades of the greater Club area South, which includes a Members only area, Aquaponic educational and sustainability areas, as well as The Garden with Weedin.

15. Expansion & upgrades of the greater Club area North, which includes a separate Child and family entertainment area with additional toilets and deck, coffee shop, self sustainability gardens, child mining and ponds to revitalize the recycled grey water. 

In addition JackPot retains of 100% of the income from the Club kiosk, and all other ventures offered by JackPot, or through J.V. with JackPot as per the Club constitution with regards to our Social Responsibility obligations. Furthermore he retains 50% of all profit from produce delivered by the self sustainability efforts of the greater Club area, and finally he will have a share of 5% of all online reimbursements if the Club is able to do Online transactions & legal deliveries to our Members in future.

JackPot is responsible for all activities, maintenance and upgrades of the Club  House & it's greater outdoor/ entertainment areas. 

 

14. Media Agreement

(a) The costs for the Wix platform (R120 per month) is for JackPot. 

(b) The domain (www.gojackpot.co.za) cost is roughly R100 per year

3. Bertie van Jaarsveldt - TheDesignGuy

 

 

 

 

1. Media Partner of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op. 

2. The Media management of the The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op has been subcontracted to TheDesignGuy. This includes the provision of websites for all partners and yearly maintenance thereof. Furthermore the development and continuous provision of an educational YouTube channel which focuses on uniquely South African Cannabis culture as well as eco wise, organic Cultivation requirements. Finally it includes other social platforms such as The CannaClub’s Facebook & Instagram accounts.

3. TheDesignGuy is a partner of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op and has been the Media Partner of The CannaClub since March 2020. 

4. Bertie is a management committee member & the founder & owner of TheDesignGuy.

5. Bertie van Jaarsveldt from TheDesignGuy has received an Award of excellence from the Management committee of The CannaClub :

 For establishing, developing & managing The CannaClub as well as it’s partners & empowerment partner websites, and media profiles on all platforms including more than 40 Educational YouTube Episodes, and for having been able to consistently provide high quality content on a bi-weekly basis.

6. The value of  this input has been pre agreed as follows by management committee resolution  and formalized in the constitution of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op which is is still reflected as the figures listed below for the 2020 Financial year which escalate yearly with 10% as per Club constitution: 

7. TheDesignGuy is prepared to take the risk, invest expert time to develop the media platforms, profiles and websites as mentioned @ a professional fee of R180 000 p.y.

The total is therefore deemed at R180 000 for the 2020 financial year, R180 000 + 10% = R198 000  for 2021 and R198 000 + 10% = R217 800 for the 2022 financial year. 

8. In terms of providing these services in advance, and over time, at his own cost and at his personal risk i.t.o. recuperation/ crop failure, the agreement is that TheDesignGuy can recover the above at 5% of all plant management fees, as and when withdrawn by Club members from the Stokvel stock, until settled, if at all. At year end the outstanding amounts will be cleared with no carry over for the next year. 

9. All of the above to be traceable & controlled by VEND & Wave Accounting as implemented by GRRcc. 

10. Any surpluses will go towards the Club fund for empowerment initiatives and development purposes.

11. In addition to the above TheDesignGuy will have a share of 10% of all online reimbursements if it becomes legal for the Club to do online transactions & deliveries with it’s existing Members.

12. In terms of monetization of media such as YouTube, Bertie will have the right to  retain 60% of all income generated from this. The remaining 40% will go to Herries,  as ambassador of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op, who is highly instrumental in the creation of content for their channel. 

13. In terms of overnight accommodation, TheDesignGuy is payed 7.5% of the booking fee for administrative services.

14. In terms of CannaTours, TheDesignGuy provides booked educational tours of the facility @ 80% of the booking fee, the remaining 20% is allocated to the Club Fund for development & empowerment initiatives.

15. In terms of the CannaCademy, TheDesignGuy will provide managing, booking, marketing & administrative facilities for the Workshops presented by experienced lecturers at the Cheeba Cannabis Cultivation Academy Plettenberg Bay @ 20% of the total booking fees.

16. The costs for the Wix platform (R120 per month) is for The Design Guy.

The domain (www.thedesignguyza.co.za) cost is R80 per year. 

7. Cheeba Africa

1. GRRcc and the Partners of The CannaClub & Growers Co-Op have concluded a joint venture agreement with Cheeba Africa. In terms of this agreement, the Cheeba Cannabis Cultivation Academy Plettenberg Bay was founded.

2. During 2021 the signature 3 month Cheeba Africa course was presented successfully.

3. For 2022 a much more refined course structure has been agreed upon. This will include 1 week Cannabis Cultivation Courses ranging from beginner to intermediate to advanced, and from organic outdoor to aquaponic to indoor, as well as includes some specialist courses. The information is available on the website and will be updated as the planning proceeds and the facility upgrades which are needed have been completed.

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