I also suffered from the same problem after installing this version. There was an offset of 2 hours backwards when the clock was updated via NTP. I suspected that it had something to do with the time zone, even though it had been properly set using the KDE system settings.
So I decided to read a little about the matter. I wanted to configure the time zone via the command line to find out if it was a problem of KDE or not. I read that, to do so, you must create a soft link called /etc/localtime that points to one of the existing time zone files of the system, which are located at /usr/share/zoneinfo/ .
For example, for Europe/Madrid, I did this:
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ln -sf /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Madrid /etc/localtime
This solved the issue.
The soft link that existed before pointed to an non existing file. In my case the wrong path was ../posix/Europe/Madrid . Obviosuly, this file doesn't exist, and I believe that's the cause.
Do we need to open a bug report?