Mr Alan Kodesh is the CEO of Cigicell, a subsidiary of JSE-listed Blue Label Telecoms. Mr Kodesh has vast experiences within the private I public partnerships sector and Municipal Revenue Enhancements. Cigicell is contracted to provide revenue enhancement solutions for most of South Africas Major Cities and Local Municipalities Their Services include but not limited to Smart Metering Solutions, 3rd party Prepaid Electricty Vending and prepaid airtime vending. Cigicell has a Revenue of over R 40 billion Annually.
Mrs Sibanda has twenty eight years of experience in banking and microfinance industry in Zimbabwe, with extensive experience in credit risk assessment and lending to micro, small, and medium enterprises (SMME). Her current position is Board Chairperson Zimbabwe Association of Micro Finance Institutions, CEO of VIRL Rural & Social Financial Services (Private) Limited trading as VIRL Financial Services a company that she co-founded in 2010 and holds a Master of Business Administration Degree obtained through the University of Wales Bangor in association with Manchester Business School. Mrs Sibanda is an alumni of the International Leadership Visitors Program sponsored by USAID. She has attended the general Boulder Institute of Microfinance Program as well as the Rural and Agriculture program, the Symposium for Financial Inclusion sponsored by Mastercard Foundation and did a working tour in Nicaragua funded by the Swedish Embassy to study housing for the poor and how to improve poor settlements into proper housing for the poor .Mrs Sibanda is passionate about development work.
Bernonia Masukume is social entrepreneur and a co founder of Lets Cares South Africa. She serves on the boards of SA Royalty and Lets Care Africa. Bernonia started off in the retail sector working her way to establishing her own on-line retail store focusing on supplying goods to the Limpopo Province. Key attributes include Human Resource Management , Branding and Customer management. She carries the Mission for Lets Care South Africa
We provide housing to the low income earning groups. The provision of housing to this group of people assures that everyone in South Africa gets decent housing and therefore concentrate on solving bigger problems eg home ownership. The below will determine if you qualify :
Lets Care provides Social Housing for people who are in most housing need, if you want social housing in the any province you must apply to join the our housing register.
Rentals are charged at a percentage of your income
R1500-R5500= 30% of your income
R5501-R15000 = 33% of your income
If you earn a gross income of R3500 your estimated rental will be R1050
Income (R3500) * 30%(R1500 – R5500 income band) = R1050
if you earn a gross income of R6500 your estimated rental will be R2145
Income (R6500) * 33%(R5501 – R15000 income band) = R2145
Rentals are based on your income. To qualify you must be employed, with an ID or valid work permit, earning a gross salary of between R 1 500.00 and R 15 000.00 .
Weather single or married, the household gross income should be between R 1 500.00 and R 15 000.00
You also must have never owned a property before.
There are prepaid meters for electricity. You as the tenant will be responsible for your own water and electricity.
If your monthly wages are deposited into your bank account and you have a work contract with your employer- you can attach the contract instead of a payslip.
We have available units and an accompanied waiting list for those who have needs we can only meet in the near future.
If you are interested, please apply and you will be allocated a unit.
give us a call on +27 (78) 953-7864 or email us : firstname.lastname@example.org to get started
Lets Care South Africa is registered in October 2016, as a non profit organization. All accreditation documentation is submitted to the SHRA with the mandate :
Lets Care is conditionally acredited as a Social Housing Institution (SHI) by the SHRA and is approved by SHRA’s council.
LSCA secures and resolves to acquire Sondela Phase One which consists of 246 existing units situated in Springs, Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. The area selected was suitable for social housing, located next to a good road network, in close proximity to a train station and economic activities.
PROJECT VALUE : R91 450 000.00
The city of Ekurhuleni Municipality supports Sondela Phase 1 and 2 and LCSA submits project into SHRA pipeline.
The Department of Human Settlements supports Sondela Phase 1 and 2.
Project recommended for approval by the SHRA council.
Project approved by the SHRA : Social Housing Investment Programme 9b.
Draft CCG Contract approved valued at R66 879 282.00 (70% of project value).
Lets Care submits application for staff gear up grant for Sondela operations.
Staff gear up grant approved.
Lets Care secures bridge funding for R309 000.00 and appoints key operational staff to manage Sondela Phase 1.
LCSA reaches Conditions Precedent (CP) for Sondela Phase 1
LCSA secures Sondela Phase 1 by paying R12 Million deposit to the seller.