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Africa Branch Subscriptions RLI RA – AFRICA 2017 Membership Subscriptions It’s that time of the year when subs are due again.2016 has been the most challenging year for the RLIRA Africa committee with the downturn in the economy, the ever increasing difficulty of members in finding employment as well as the deteriorating health issues some of our members are experiencing.He also suggested that Ian Carswell be contacted as he has also indicated that he would like to be involved in an admin roll.The RLI, SAS, Selous Scouts and Rhodesian Air Force associations in conjunction with the Shamwari Trust are in discussion with the SA Legion to set up a branch of the Legion for the ouens to join and to get the many benefits offered by them.The Association has spent R153, 662 of welfare funds on 16 RLI ouens who desperately needed our help this last year.The amount spent in the prior year was R51, 250 so we spent 300% more this year on very deserving cases. The subscriptions form only part of the funding required with the bulk of the funds being raised by the hard work of the committee and some very generous donations.Proposed by Bill Wiggill and Seconded by Chris Ras.
Against this figure are expenses of R349 000 including royalties which puts this project in a near breakeven situation.
In 2009 we had a total of 233 members, 2010 a total of 283 members, 2011 a total of 387, 2012 a total of 426 and in 2013 we had 435 members registered with the Africa branch of the Association.
The breakdown of the current Africa branch membership as of yesterday morning is as follows: Life members – 6 (these members do not pay subs) Honourary members – 21 (these members do not pay subs) Affiliate members - 14 Associate members – 15 Full members – 352 Only 86 of these members have paid their subs for the 2014.
Len received a round of applause for his commitment. Having no questions the Financial Report was accepted.
A donation of R35 000 was made to the Shamwari Trust making the RLI RA (Africa) the biggest single contributor to the Shamwari Trust compared to any of the other units involved with the Trust. Debtors amount to R58 000 including outstanding membership fees and royalties from overseas sales of the Africa’s Commandos books. Proposed by Chris Ras and Seconded by Bucks Theron.Correspondence out has been by the way of replies to invites, thank you letters and general inter branch communication. Resolution 01/2013 was to give Bill Wiggill the necessary executive powers to fulfil his position as the project manager of the Africa’s Commandos Book Project.