Msobo Coal: Bursary / Scholarship Programme 2018

Closing Date: 10 Novemer 2017

Msobo Coal is offering tertiary level bursaries to dynamic results oriented student with university entrance and wishing to further their studies in a technical / engineering discipline associated with coal mining.

Qualifications and Requirements

  • CV
  • South African citizen
  • University acceptance letter
  • Must have a minimum rating 6 (70% – 79%) in mathematics and science and per requirements of institution
  • Certified copies of relevant qualifications and academic record
  • Applicants will be screen and will be subjected to an assessment process
  • Successful candidates will be obliged to enter into a contractual agreement with the company stipulating obligations of both parties

MSHA Requirements

The successful candidate must be in possession of a valid certificate of fitness or be in a position to obtain one, as per the requirements of the Mine Health and Safety act

Personal Attributes

  • Self desciplined and energetic
  • Positive and Safe attitude
  • Creative and original
  • Problem solving skills
  • Must be positive and serious about their own development
  • Good communication skills
  • Be able to work in a Team Environment

How To Apply

Please forward application to: recruitment@msobo.co.za

Limpopo Treasury: Bursary / Scholarship Proramme 2018

Closing Date: 1 December 2017

Limpopo Treasury invites matriculants and undergraduate university students to apply for fulltime bursary offered by the department, as part of capacity building initiatives aimed at meeting future skills and capacity needs.

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The programme consists of the following sub-programmes:

  • Bachelor of Accounting Sciences
  • BCom Economics
  • BCom Financial Accounting
  • BCom Internal Auditing
  • BCom Business Information Systems
  • BSc Computer Science
  • National Diploma (Finance and Accounting/ Information Technology/ Internal Auditing/ Financial Information Systems)

Requirements: Grade 12 with university exemption or an average of 65% fir students already at university; South African citizenship; Residence in the Limpopo Province.

Note: Preferance will be given to local universities.

How To Apply

Application forms (TE007) may be collected and returned, as follows:

  • Polokwane: Finance House, 56-58 Paul Kruger Street, tel: 015 291 8472 / 3 / 5
  • Vhembe: Office No E006, SCM Advice Centre, Government Building Complex, tel: 015 962 1752
  • Mopani: SCM Advice Centre, Government Building Complex, tel: 015 812 0149
  • Waterburg: SCM Advice Centre, Decimale Building, 98 Nelson Mandela Drive, Modimolle , tel: 015 717 5837
  • Sekhukhune: SCM Advice Centre, Lefa Centre, Schoonord Road, Jane Furse, tel: 013 265 1344

Alternatively, they may be posted to:

Head of Department,
Limpopo Treasury
Private Bag X9486,
Polokwane
0700

Certified copies of the following should accompany the application form: latest statement of results; proof of income of parent/ guardian; applicant`s RSA ID; acceptance letter from university.

Enquiries: Kenneth Ugoda, tel: 015 291 8472  / Leah Mawela, tel: 015 291 8578

Gibela Bursary Opportunity 2018

Gibela is a new, exciting, empowered South African company, charged with building South Africa’s new commuter trains right here in South Africa, by South Africans, over the next 10 years, with this focus and drive in mind we are offering a bursary to qualifying students.

GIBELA

In doing so, Gibela will revitalise South Africa’s once proud railway industry.

UNIVERSITIES AND UNIVERSITIES OF TECHNOLOGY

Prerequisites:

• Matriculation with exemption in mathematics, science and accounting at Level 6, and English at Level 5

• Written proof of acceptance for admission to a South African university or university of technology

Disciplines:

• Electrical, electronic, mechanical, metallurgical and industrial engineering

• Computer science and information technology

• Accounting

• Supply chain

TVET INSTITUTIONS

Prerequisites:

• Matriculation with mathematics, science, and English at Level 4

• Written proof of acceptance for admission to a South African TVET institution

Disciplines:

• Boiler-makers

• Electricians

• Mechanics

• Fitters and turners

• Millwrights

• Welders

• Pattern-makers

• Vehicle-builders

• Plumbers

• Control and instrumentation technicians

These bursaries are granted for one year, renewable on an annual basis, based on academic performance

If you are:

  • A South African citizen with a South African bar-coded identity document
  • Enrolled or intending to enrol at a South African university, university of technology or technical vocational education and training (TVET) institution
  • In need of financial assistance
  • Able to demonstrate potential for academic success

Apply for a 2018 Gibela Bursary which covers:

  • Full tuition
  • A book allowance

If you do not hear from us by 30 November 2017, your application has not been successful.

Closing date for applications: 31 October 2017

HOW TO APPLY

Click Here to BURSARY INFORMATION PDF

Office of the Premier Bursary Opportunity

The Office of the Premier invites all learners and students (unemployed youth: 35 years and less) who are South Africans and are residents of the North West Province, who desire to study or are studying on full-time basis at tertiary institutions.

BURSARY ADVERTISEMENT FOR 2018/19 FINANCIAL YEAR (2018 ACADEMIC YEAR)

The Office of the Premier invites all learners and students (unemployed youth: 35 years and less) who are South Africans and are residents of the North West Province, who desire to study or are studying on full-time basis at tertiary institutions to apply for Kgetsi-Ya-Tsie (KYT) Bursary and Skills Development Fund bursaries available for the 2018 academic year.

Bursaries will be awarded to learners who are financially needy and academically performing well.

  • These bursaries target Grade 12 learners;
  • those who have already passed Grade 12 in previous years;
  • and students who are already at tertiary institutions.

People with Disabilities are encouraged to apply.

(The closing date for the submission of the completed application forms is 31 OCTOBER 2017).

DEGREE / DIPLOMA IN PROGRAMMES RELATED TO:

  • Agriculture
  • Culture
  • Tourism
  • Construction, Building and Roads
  • Mining Engineering
  • Other Engineering fields
  • Accounting /Commerce and Finance
  • Health related fields
  • Education
  • ICT

NB: Application forms are available from www.nwpg.gov.za and at the following Offices / Distribution Centres:

Office of the Premier:

  • Bursary, Learnership & Internship Programmes Unit, (Ga-Rona Building) Ground Floor, West wing.
  • Labour Centres; District & Local Municipalities & Traditional Authority Offices and All the Provincial High Schools.Office of the Premier District Offices:
  • Brits – 45 Harrington Street;
  • Bojanala – Opposite NW FM, Mabe Business Park;
  • Dr. Ruth Segomotsi Mompati – Mini-Garona Building, Entrance B, Vryburg
  • Dr. Kenneth Kaunda – 309 West end Centre, Leask Street, Klerksdorp

HOW TO APPLY

NB. The completed Bursary Application Form, together with certified copies of all the required documents should be submitted directly to Office of the Premier, Ga-Rona Building – Bursaries (Ground Floor) or at the Offices / Distribution centres mentioned above.

Documents to be attached

1. Fully completed Bursary Application form (SECTIONS: A – E)

2 Proof of physical address (home) document: A letter from the Traditional Authority Offices for those residing from the villages and a letter from the Municipality Offices for those of Town / Townships / farm; (Not statement of account, e.g. water bill, etc.);

3 Certified copy of ID Document (student);

4 Certified copy of Statement of results / Matric Certificate (Matric Certificate is compulsory for all applicants)

5 Certified copy of End of year results /last academic results (Students already at tertiary)

6 Certified copy of University Acceptance letter.

7 ATTACH PROOF OF PARENT /S’ & GUARDIAN INCOME DOCUMENT/S: SALARY PAYSLIP/S (NB. In case of Deceased parent/s also attach copy of Death Certificate/s).

8 Are you disabled?

9 NB. In case the University Acceptance / Admission Letter and the end of year Results (Matric & Tertiary) are not yet received, please submit the Bursary application form with other supporting documents before the closing date and submit the results not later than the 10th January 2018 to fax: 0866249279 / E-mail: dsegwe@nwpg.gov.za / mogotsim@nwpg.gov.za / pmogalane@nwpg.gov.za / gserapelo@nwpg.gov.za

– Incomplete Application Form; Application Form received after the closing will not be considered / will be disregarded.

– If applicants do not hear from this Office after four (4) months from the closing date, they should accept that their Applications were Unsuccessful.

(For more information please contact the following numbers: 018 388 1212 / 1308/ 1259 / 1207 / 1304).

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TVET Bursaries from Gibela Rail

IF YOU ARE:

  • A South African citizen with a South African bar-coded identity document
  • Enrolled or intending to enrol at a South African university, university of technology or technical vocational education and training (TVET) institution
  • In need of financial assistance
  • Able to demonstrate potential for academic success

Apply for a 2018 Gibela Bursary which covers:

  • Full tuition
  • A book allowance

UNIVERSITIES AND UNIVERSITIES OF TECHNOLOGY

Prerequisites:

  • Matriculation with exemption in mathematics, science and accounting at Level 6, and English at Level 5
  • Written proof of acceptance for admission to a South African university or university of technology

Disciplines:

  • Electrical, electronic, mechanical, metallurgical and industrial engineering
  • Computer science and information technology
  • Accounting
  • Supply chain

These bursaries are granted for one year, renewable on an annual basis, based on academic performance. Current S1/S2 (National Diploma), 1st/2nd year degree candidates are encouraged to apply

Interested, qualifying applicants should send:

  • a short curriculum vitae
  • certifi ed copies of their academic records
  • a certifi ed copy of their South African identity document

TVET INSTITUTIONS

Prerequisites:

  • Matriculation with mathematics, science, and English at Level 4
  • Written proof of acceptance for admission to a South African TVET institution

Disciplines:

  • Boiler-makers
  • Electricians
  • Mechanics
  • Fitters and turners
  • Millwrights
  • Welders
  • Pattern-makers
  • Vehicle-builders
  • Plumbers
  • Control and instrumentation technicians

These bursaries are granted for one year, renewable on an annual basis, based on academic performance. Current N3 / N4 candidates are encouraged to apply

How To Apply

Interested, qualifying applicants should send:

  • a short curriculum vitae
  • certifi ed copies of their academic records
  • a certifi ed copy of their South African identity document

Email: Gibelabursaries@communityrail.co.za  or Fax: 086 246-2666 (TVET Students) or Fax: 086 609-7183 (University Students)

Closing Date: 31 October 2017

Gold Fields: Bursary / Scholarship Programme 2018

Only applicants that fulfil the following criteria will be considered for Educational Grants:

  • Historically Disadvantaged Individuals from low-income households in the communities surrounding the South Deep Mine and/or the Labour Sending Areas;
  • students in their first three years of tertiary study (unless the trustees deem a particular case exceptional and decide in their discretion to award an Educational Grant to a post-graduate student);
  • only students applying to universities or TVETs who do not have existing bursaries, scholarships or other forms of funding;
  • applicants in any field which has application (technical or non-technical) in the mining sector in South Africa;
  • first time applicants must have achieved an average pass mark of 60% for the most recent year of study (excluding life orientation);
  • repeat applicants (those who have previously received an Education Grant from the Trust) must have passed the most recent year of study. In the event that such a student has achieved an average pass mark but has failed a particular subject, the Trust shall not pay for the repeat of that particular subject, and the student shall be responsible for the costs of the repeat
  • No dependents of Gold Fields employees or the trustees of the Trust may apply

How To Apply

Download Application Form

Closing Date: 31 October 2018

Limpopo Dept of Public Works: Bursary / Scholarship Programme 2018

Closing Date: 07 November 2017

The Limpopo Department of Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure a Government Department responsible for the Provincial Government Building and Roads Infrastructure, Land and Expanded Public Works programme.

As a major Public Sector Stakeholder in the build environment, the Department also aides in the building of a pool of skilled personnel for the construction industry in the province by providing opportunities to tertiary level students who intend to pursue studies within the build environment.

For the 2018 academic year, the Department wishes to invite applications from South African citizens, residing in the Limpopo Province and across all race groups with emphasis on previously disadvantaged groups and people with disabilities interested ¡n studying the following fields:♦ Quantity Surveying ♦ Building Engineering / Science ♦ Architectural Science ♦ Construction Management ♦ Mechanical Engineering ♦ Electrical Engineering ♦ Town and Regional Planning ♦ Civil Engineering ♦ Landscaping / Horticulture ♦ Information Communication Technology / Information Science ♦ Asset Management ♦ Financial Management / Auditing / Risk Management ♦ Property and Facility Management / Real Estate ♦ Human Resource Management ♦ Communications / Journalism / Media Studies

The bursary will cover: ♦ Registration ♦ Accommodation at the University and /or accredited University student residences ♦ Tuition ♦ Prescribed books ♦ Meals at the University

Requirements

Application forms can also be collected at the Provincial Public Works Office and / or its District Offices, and be returned with the following accompanying documents: ♦ Valid South African Identity Document (certified copy) ♦ Proof of residence ♦ Parents / guardian proof of Income / Affidavit if not working or without parents ♦ Acceptance letter from any SAQA-registered tertiary institution in South Africa for the Course applied for (this can be submitted later than the application on receipt of such letter) ♦ Matric results (this can be submitted later than the application on receipt of such letter).

How To Apply

Completed application forms and supporting documents should be returned to Head Offices, Department of Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure, Human Resource Development, Private Bag X9490, Polokwane 0700 or hand delivered at the Department of Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure, Human Resource Development, 43 Church Street, Polokwane 0699

Enquiries: Ralushayi Shoni, tel (015) 284 7407 or Annete Lundie, tel (015) 284 7234

Post-Application correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only.

The Funza Lushaka Bursary

The Funza Lushaka Bursary Programme is a multi-year programme to promote teaching as a profession. Bursaries are available to enable eligible students to complete a teaching qualification in an area of national priority. Recipients of these bursaries will be required to teach at a public school for the same number of years that they received the bursary.

Recipients of the bursary must apply on-line for the bursary in every year. The recipient must also complete the placement information as required in every year. The provincial education department (PED) will place a graduate bursar in a suitable teaching post. If a particular PED does not have a suitable teaching post for the graduate bursar, the applicant may be placed in a PED that does have a suitable post. Please note that bursars cannot choose the school in which they would like to be placed and placement cannot be deferred for any reason.

Read these conditions carefully, and if you agree with them, press the “I accept” button at the end.

  1. The bursary is only awarded to South African citizens with a valid South African ID number.
  2. Allocation of Funza Lushaka bursaries to Higher Education Institution employees, their spouse and their dependents/children is not permissible.
  3. Bursary applicants must already have been accepted into a either BEd or PGCE qualification at an accredited public University. The applicant must also meet the national selection criteria for the Funza Lushaka bursary.
  4. The bursary will only be awarded if two of the priority area subjects are included as a specialisation in the teaching qualification.
  5. Please note that you are responsible for paying your registration fee, awaiting the outcome of the bursary application. Paying for the registration fee, does not mean you will receive the bursary.
  6. The Bursary Selection Committee meets and processes all bursary applications during February and March of the academic year.
  7. The Funza Lushaka Bursary Coordinator at the University will notify you, not later than 30 April, as to whether you have been awarded the bursary or not.
  8. The bursary holder is not allowed to change the area of specialisation on which basis the bursary was awarded.
  9. On qualifying, the bursar will be required to take up a provincial teaching post. The bursar will not be granted permission to defer this contractual obligation, for example, to continue with full-time Honours studies. Nor, will the bursar be granted permission to take a “gap year”.
  10. Bursars will be expected to have and retain an e-mail address and a cell phone contact number for the duration of the study for communication purposes.
  11. The bursary must be repaid if the recipient fails to meet the requirements of the bursary agreement.
  12. The amount that is repayable is the full amount of the bursary received under the programme, less one year’s funding for every year spent teaching at a public school. Interest will be charged at the rate determined by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) who administer financial aspects of the bursary on behalf of the Department of Basic Education.
  13. The bursary is awarded for one academic year at a time. On proof of academic success, the bursary may be renewed each year for the official duration of the qualification. The bursary holder will be required to re-apply from the 1st of October annually.
  14. The applicant should demonstrate good academic ability;
  15. The applicant must show commitment to a teaching career, which includes: interest in working with young people; enthusiasm for a professional career in teaching; readiness to face and surmount difficult challenges and personal integrity;

The priority areas are:

Foundation Phase(i.e. Grades R-3): Foundation Phase (with preference for African Languages)

Intermediate and Senior Phase(i.e. Grades 4-9):Preference will be given for a teaching major in TWO of the following: Languages, Mathematics, Natural Science & Technology.

FET phase (i.e. Grades 10-12): Preference will be given for a teaching major in TWO of the following:

Accounting; Agricultural Sciences; Agricultural Technology; Civil Technology; Computer Applications Technology; Economics; Electrical Technology; Engineering Graphics and Design; Geography; Information Technology; Life Sciences; Mathematics; Mechanical Technology; Physical Sciences, Languages, Technical Mathematics and Technical Science.

NB. The above terms and conditions must be read, and the “I accept” button must be clicked before you will be allowed to proceed to the application pages.

Apply now 

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

  • Applications for the Funza Lushaka bursary for 2018 will open on 01 October 2017.
  • Please note that there are a limited number of new bursaries available for 2018.
  • New applicants are advised to also pursue other funding opportunities such as NSFAS.
  • The outcome of the selection process will be available from the University not later than 30 April 2018.

Closing dates:
Re-applications close on 17 November 2017;
New applications close on 12 January 2018.

 

How She got 14 million rand from NSFAS

A Walter Sisulu University student allegedly went on a spending spree after an accidental payment of R14 million was made to her‚ while fellow students at the highly indebted Eastern Cape university have been in dispute over their food allowance applications.

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It is understood the student was meant to receive an allowance of R1‚400 but an error resulted in the multi-million rand loan being paid into her account.

The news emerged as a male student was stabbed to death in an alcohol-fuelled party with friends at the weekend after allegedly splashing his food allowance on booze. Lectures were also halted for two days earlier this month on a campus .

University spokesperson Yonela Tukwayo confirmed that the university was looking into the R14 million payment matter‚ after students complained about her “lavish” spending.

The female student allegedly spent more than R400‚000 since the payment was made five months ago.

Tukwayo said the food and book allowances could only be spent at specific merchants associated with the university‚ so the university would investigate how the student was able to buy some of the goods she bought.

“Some students picked this up from the very lavish lifestyle she started living. We will also be looking into how this money was spent to buy some of the expensive goods‚” she said.

The mistake came from the third party company used to administer the payments‚ and the university said it would be looking into the matter‚ making use of a forensic team and meeting with the company’s management later on Wednesday.

Tukwayo said the university had met with the student and informed her that she would be liable for the money she had spent and that her accounts had been closed with immediate effect.

Walter Sisulu University Management has 30‚500 registered students of which 18‚144 are funded by the National Students’ Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS).

NSFAS spokesperson Kagisho Mamabolo said they had written to the university and asked for information about how this happened.

“The university must account‚” he said.

WSU receives the funds from NSFAS and distributes it to students via a third party.

Mamabolo said this incident was further evidence that the NSFAS payment system‚ called S-bux‚ needed to be centralised. The S-bux system is being used at 18 other institutions across the country.

He said the S-bux system has successfully paid over R500 million to more than 80‚000 students in more than three-million transactions since its introduction in 2014.

Tukwayo‚ however‚ said that the erroneous payment of R14 million to one student didn’t affect other students who were meant to receive NSFAS payments.

“All students who were supposed to receive their money‚ did receive their money. This didn’t negatively affect any students‚” she said.

On Friday‚ 3‚000 students were given a reprieve after WSU management reached agreement with NSFAS to extend the deadline for students to sign their loan agreements‚ the Daily Dispatch reported.

WSU and NSFAS were forced to renegotiate the May 30 deadline after the university’s Ibika campus came to a total shut down the previous week over the university’s decision to block food allowances.

Tukwayo said the cash-strapped university had to cut the allowances as it feared accumulating unsecured debt on top of its historical debt‚ which is over the R400 million mark.

“We just could not continue with the risk of giving students food allowances without having secured payment from NSFAS and unfortunately that role rested with the students as they are the beneficiaries. We have since agreed with NSFAS to extend the deadline and allow those students a chance to sign‚” Tukwayo told the Dispatch.

NSFAS has since sent its officials to all WSU all campuses to help students with the electronic signing of their loan agreements.

On Sunday‚ final year electrical engineering student Aphelele Ntobongwana‚ from Libode‚ was stabbed to death in a East London male residence during an alcohol-fuelled party in his room.

The res houses around 20 students. The killing apparently happened in front of three other students at the end of a weekend of heavy drinking.

Sibonile Mangaliso‚ who was in the room during the incident‚ told the Dispatch that Ntobongwana had finally received his food allowance from NSFAS‚ after waiting since January.

Mangaliso said Ntobongwana had been eating food bought by his roommate and other friends from other residences and after getting his payout‚ he returned the favour‚ buying food and alcohol for his friends.

He said that on Sunday afternoon‚ Ntobongwana bought a bottle of vodka and five beers for his friends which they went to drink in his res room.

In May this year‚ WSU final-year medical student Lwando Mantshontsho was stabbed and killed at the university’s residences in Mthatha after an argument broke out at a party. Five WSU students are on trial.

At the time‚ the South African Medical Association (SAMA) called on the Minister of Higher Education‚ and the Presidency‚ to immediately initiate an inquiry into events on campus. “We are extremely concerned about what is happening on this campus‚ and have for a long time noticed a steady descent in instability. Violence and disruptions of the academic and other programmes have become the order of the day instead of education. This is worrying‚ and must be addressed urgently.”

Despite numerous cash injections from the provincial government and NSFAS‚ the university is saddled with huge debts.

WSU costs R1.4-billion a year to run‚ 64 percent of which is spent on salaries.

In 2016 NSFAS made more than R2-billion available to help clear student debt at universities across the country while the Eastern Cape government set aside an additional R16.3-million for “missing middle students” – those whose parents were teachers and police officers and did not qualify for NSFAS – studying in four Eastern Cape based universities.

The fund provides financial aid for needy tertiary students. The NSFAS requires of beneficiaries to start repayment once they earn R30‚000 a year.

The NSFAS has a R15 billion budget for 2017.

In 2016 the NSFAS was inundated with applications from more than 700‚000 applicants seeking student loans.

Repayment is an ongoing problem.

NSFAS officials told Business Day earlier this month that debtors with private sector jobs were not coming to the table‚ particularly in the financial services sector – highlighting one financial services firm where an estimated 17‚000 employees owe NSFAS more than R500 million.

An unscientific poll currently running on TimesLive’s Twitter feed indicates many South Africans would have revelled in the “windfall” if paid into their accounts. Other tweets question why it took five months to spot the error.


This is how to apply for NSFAS for 2018

 

NW Government: Bursary / Scholarship Programme 2018

Closing Date: 31 October 2017

The Office of the Premier invites all learners and students (unemployed youth: 35 years and less) who are South Africans and are residents of the North West Province, who desire to study or are studying on full-time basis at tertiary institutions to apply for Kgetsi-Ya-Tsie (KYT) Bursary and Skills Development Fund bursaries available for the 2018 academic year. Bursaries will be awarded to learners who are financially needy and academically performing well.

These bursaries target Grade 12 learners; those who have already passed Grade 12 in previous years; and students who are already at tertiary institutions. People with Disabilities are encouraged to apply.

DEGREE / DIPLOMA IN PROGRAMMES RELATED TO:

  • Agriculture
  • Other Engineering fields
  • Culture
  • Accounting / Commerce and Finance
  • Tourism
  • Health related fields
  • Construction, Building and Roads
  • Education
  • Mining Engineering
  • ICT

Guideline 

  1. Fully completed Bursary Application form (SECTIONS: A – E)
  2. Proof of physical address (home) document: A letter from the Traditional Authority Offices for those residing from the villages and a letter from the Municipality Offices for those of Town / Townships / farm; ( Not statement of account, e.g. water bill, etc.);
  3. Certified copy of ID Document (student);
  4. Certified copy of Statement of results / Matric Certificate (Matric Certificate is compulsory for all applicants)
  5. Certified copy of End of year results /last academic results (Students already at tertiary) 6 Certified copy of University Acceptance letter.
  6. ATTACH PROOF OF PARENT/S’ & GUARDIAN INCOME DOCUMENT/S: SALARY PAYSLIP/S (NB. In case of Deceased parent/s also attach copy of Death Certificate/s).
  7. Are you disabled?
  8. NB. In case the University Acceptance / Admission Letter and the end of year Results (Matric & Tertiary) are not yet received, please submit the Bursary application form with other supporting documents before the closing date and submit the results not later than the 10th January 2018 to fax: 0866249279 / E – mail: dsegwe@nwpg.gov.za / mogotsim@nwpg.gov.za / pmogalane@nwpg.gov.za / gserapelo@nwpg.gov.za

How to apply 

Download Application Form or collect a copy from the following Offices I Distribution Centres:

  • Office of the Premier: Bursary, Learnership & Internship Programmes Unit. (Ga-Rona Building) Ground Floor, West wing.
  • Labour Centres; District & Local Municipalities & Traditional Authority Offices and All the Provincial High Schools.
  • Office of the Premier District Offices :
    • Brits – 45 Harrington Street;
    • Bojanala – Opposite NW FM, Mabe Business Park;
    • Dr. Ruth Segomotsi Mompati – Mini – Garona Building , Entrance B, Vryburg
    • Dr. Kenneth Kaunda – 309 West end Centre, Leask Street, Klerksdorp

NB: The completed Bursary Application Form, together with certified copies of all the required documents should be submitted directly to Office of the Premier, Ga – Rona Building – Bursaries (Ground Floor) or at the Offices / Distribution centres mentioned above.

  • Incomplete Application Form; Application Form received after the closing will not be considered / will be disregarded.
  • If applicants do not hear from this Office after four (4) months from the closing date, they should accept that their Applications were Unsuccessful.

For more information please contact the following numbers: 018 388 1212 / 1308/ 1259 / 1207 / 1304