• Dear Members of Municipal Councillors Pension Fund

    Dear Members of Municipal Councillors Pension Fund

    We refer to our previous correspondence as well as the attached regarding the call for the election of the new board of trustees of MCPF.
    We reported to the various structures and at various platforms that the Curatorship of MCPF is coming to an end in June 2024.
    The Fund is therefore embarking on the process of conducting trustee elections to nominate new Members to serve on the Board of Trustees of the Fund. The process to be followed as per the attached Trustee nomination procedure is that all participating Municipalities where there’s contributing members, must nominate two (2) contributing members who will stand a chance to be nominated as a Trustee of the Fund.
    These two nominated Members will be invited to attend a Provincial meeting where elections for Provincial trustees will be held.

Welcome to the Municipal Councillors Pension Fund

The MCPF was established on the 1st May 1988 in terms of the Pension Benefits for Local Authorities Act 105, 1987 as the only Fund to service the retirement needs of Municipal Councillors. It was originally a defined benefit fund but has since the 1 December 2000 been restructured to a Defined Contribution Pension Fund.

The Fund is associated with almost all 278 Municipalities in the 9 Provinces of South Africa and enjoys an advantage of being managed by its members elected from among themselves within the 9 Provinces.

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Sophie Thabang Kekana

MCPF Curator

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Ms Sophie Thabang Kekana has a B. Proc (UNIN), LLB (VISTA), Certificate in Management of Petroleum Policy and Economics (WITS).

She was admitted as an attorney in 1994 after serving her articles of clerkship with Tshegofatso Monama Attorneys.

 

Following her admission as an attorney, she was appointed as a Legal Advisor at the Health Professions Council of SA until 1996. She later joined Seriti, Mavundla & Partners as an Associate and was promoted to Director in 1998.

 

From 2000 – 2002, she was appointed as a Director at Huntley Kekana Seth. She then went on to found Kekana Hlatshwayo Radebe which was Incorporated in 2002 and is currently the Managing Director of the firm.

 

She was also appointed as an Acting Judge of the High Court, South Gauteng Local Division and has been doing so from 2006.

She also has vast experience in liquidations and is currently a member of the South African Rescue Insolvency and Practitioners Association.

 

In December 2017, Mrs Kekana was also appointed by the High Court, Pretoria on application by the Financial Services Board as a curator of the Municipal Councillors’ Pension Fund.

Mr Juanito Damons

MCPF Curator

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Juanito Damons matriculated from Christian Brothers College (CBC) in 1988.  He obtained his BLC degree cum laude in 1991 at the University of Pretoria (UP).

 

In 1993 he obtained his LLB degree also cum laude at the University of Pretoria, becoming the first black student to obtain both law degrees with distinction.

 

He received various awards at UP including Academic Honorary Colours in 1993.  He completed his LLM degree in Human Rights and Constitutional Law at UP in 1996.

On the practical side, he attended the full time (6 month) Practical Law School presented by the Association of Law Societies (ALS).

 

He completed his articles at Rooth & Wessels Attorneys in June 1995.

 

He was admitted as an attorney in July 1995 and as a Notary in February 1996.

 

He was appointed as a Professional Assistant at Rooth & Wessels in July 1995 and worked there until the end of 1995.  In 1996 he joined the Financial Services Board as a legal advisor. He is currently a partner in the law firm of  RORICH WOLMARANS & LUDERITZ Attorneys and a director of LEGAE TRUST (PTY) LTD.

 

Juanito Damons is on the panel of the Master of the High Court as professional liquidator. Mr Damons has more than 10 years’ experience as a liquidator and also receives appointments as a business rescue practitioner and as a curator in pension funds on a regular basis.

 

He has served as the Chairperson of SARIPA (South African Restructuring Insolvency Practitioners Association) for 13 years.

 

In December 2017, Mr Damons was appointed by the High Court, Pretoria on application by the Financial Services Board as a curator of the Municipal Councilors’ Pension Fund.

 

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