Job Details

Job Description

Making your life easier so you can focus n your academics: Building future leaders for a better tomorrow.

Our community is our focus and we understand the importance of developing and nurturing our industry for our future policyholders. We believe that if we can uplift our youth through education and mentorship, then our tomorrow will be brighter than today.

FEM is committed to developing the skills of individuals who express an interest to study towards qualifications that will contribute to our sector i.e. Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment​ and the Faculty of Health Sciences​. Students must be performing well academically and should be in good financial standing with the University. The bursary is reserved for applicants from disadvantaged backgrounds and who do not have the means to fund their own studies.


Bursary Criteria 

  • South African citizens only
  • All students must be in good financial standing with their university i.e. no outstanding fees from the previous academic years
  • Preference will be given to students from disadvantaged backgrounds
  • Combined household income must not exceed R 360 000,00 per annum
  • Students with a good academic record
  • Students who have been accepted to study at an approved institution or a South African public University
  • Students must have successfully completed their first year of study i.e. no first year or post graduate students will be considered



Required application documents 

  • A valid South African ID
  • Most recent official academic record
  • FEM bursary application form
  • Proof of income from your parents/guardians, e.g. payslips
  • Social grant documentation
  • Affidavit if any parent or guardian is unemployed or does not financially support you
  • Death certificate of parent(s), if applicable
  • Divorce certificate of parent(s), if applicable


 FEM bursary benefits 

  • Full time tuition
  • Prescribed textbooks
  • Monthly stipend
  • Accommodation*
  • Meals*

*Accommodation and meals – approval will be determined solely at the discretion of FEM.




You will be required to complete a short online questionnaire. Should you be shortlisted further, you will receive the FEM bursary application form to complete. Please ensure that you complete all sections of the application form and attach all supporting documents by 20 December 2023.

1. Your Identity Document. If you are younger than 16 years of age and do not have a green barcoded ID or smart ID card, you must submit a certified copy of your unabridged birth certificate.

2. Identity Document for parent(s) (Father and/or Mother)/legal guardian of the household.

3. Copy of recent payslip, not older than three months, for each parent(Father and/or Mother)/legal guardian. This is for all types of employment or all forms of income for all members of the household.


4. If your parent(s) (Father and/or Mother)/legal guardian is retired, please provide a copy of an official pension slip or bank statement showing pension payment.

5. If your parent(s) (Father and/or Mother)/legal guardian works as an informal trader, please provide an affidavit signed by them to confirm this type of employment.

6. If either of your parents is deceased, please provide a certified copy of the death certificate.

7. If either parent(s) (Father and/or Mother) are not present in your life and/or do not financially support you and/or provide any maintenance please provide an affidavit indicating so.

8. If unemployed or have no proof of income, the source of income/maintenance/allowance must be provided per individual by means of an affidavit.

9. If you have indicated that a dependent in your household is a student, please provide proof of registration from their Tertiary Institution.

10. The bursary applicant must be in good financial standing with the university/college and therefore he/she is required to submit a certified academic record from the university/college.

(All the certified copies must not be older than 3 months)
Your documents can be certified at the South African Police Service or the South African Post Office


Closing Date 20 December 2023

2. Sasria 2024 Bursary

Bursary application

Sasria’s bursary scheme aims to assist with the creation of a talent pipeline for those skills that are scarce and are required within the organisation. Bursary applications are invited for young people who aim to study full-time towards an undergraduate university (academic) degree.

Eligibility requirements for the Sasria bursary



Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying for the bursary (please note that failure to satisfy all the requirements will lead to your application not being considered):

  • Must be a South African citizen.
  • Must be currently in Matric or completed Matric.
  • Must be between the ages of 18-35.
  • Must be applying for First year in 2024 academic year.
  • Must obtain a least an average B symbol (70%) in Matric.
  • Must be aiming to study full time towards an undergraduate university (academic) degree in Insurance, Business Economics, Accounting, Investment, Finance, BSc Information Technology, BIT-Bachelor of Information Technology in Business Science and Mathematics.
  • You may only apply once.
  • Incomplete and late applications will not be considered.


Documentation: Make sure you attach the relevant documents.

  1. Certified copy of your South African ID or card (both sides).
  2. Certified copy of Matric certificate (if currently in Grade 12, a certified copy of latest Grade 12 report – Term 1, 2 or 3).
  3. Proof of parents’/guardian income:
  • Employed parent(s)/guardian(s): a recent payslip.
  • Unemployed parent(s)/guardian(s): an affidavit declaring unemployment.
  • Self-employed parents(s)/guardian(s): An affidavit declaring monthly income.
  • Deceased parent(s)/guardian(s): an affidavit or death certificate.



3. Mercedes Benz Bursary Programme 2024 (MBSA)


Get a head start into the world of work by participating in the Mercedes-Benz South Africa Bursary Programme, and transport your career with one of the world’s most successful automotive companies. The Programme aims to harness outstanding achievers at Grade 12 and Tertiary levels into our fold of growing Talent, by offering the participant financial aid for studies as well as experiential learning. 





Why a Mercedes-Benz South Africa Bursary? 

o   Study at a University of your choice*

o   Tuition fees, accommodation/transport expenses, stipend, textbooks and digital allowances are paid for*

o   Work at Mercedes-Benz, Pretoria (Menlyn Maine) during your school vacations*

o   Join the MBSA Graduate Development programme after studying*

*Conditions apply




Who can apply?

o   South African Citizens

o   Grade 12 learners

o   Students enrolled for or currently pursuing full-time studies (1st and 2nd year students will have an added advantage)

o   Anyone studying or intending to study in the following fields:

o   Mechanical, Electrical and Industrial Engineering

o   Computer Engineering/ Information Technology/ Software Development etc.

o   Finance/ Accounting

o   Supply Chain/ Logistics

o   Human Resources

o   Law – Legal and Compliance

o   Business Studies – Sales, After-sales, Marketing, Communications etc.





Who may not apply?

•Employees of Mercedes-Benz South Africa Group of Companies

How to apply?
Applications should be done online via the Daimler Career(s) website: Mercedes-Benz Careers

(Click on Job Search, Select Country and Business Entity).




Attachments: In your application please include the following documents and ensure that the file size is small enough to upload.

  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • Certified copy of your Grade 11/12 results, or recent full tertiary academic record
  • Certified copy of your Identity Document (ID)

Other Important information

  • Closing date for entries is 26 January 2024.
  • Should you not hear from Mercedes-Benz South Africa (Human Resources division), please consider your application as unsuccessful.




Mercedes-Benz South Africa is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will be considered, however the following will apply:

  • Foreign nationals must qualify for a work visa/permit as per the provisions of the Immigration Act 13, 2002.
  • Division’s Employment Equity Plan in terms of the Employment Equity Act, No 58, 1998.
  • Code of good practice on the employment of people with disabilities.




Only applications submitted online Mercedes-Benz Careers will be considered. Applications sent by email WILL NOT be considered. Email address provided for query purposes only.

IMPORTANT: For an optimal selection process, please attach all relevant documents. 





What is the selection criteria?

o   Grade 12 with at least 65% average for your final matric results

o   65% average at tertiary level for the most recent semester results





Position summary
Industry: Mining & Quarrying
Job category: Other: Matriculants/Graduate/No Experience
Location: Kuruman
Contract: Fixed Term Contract
Remuneration: Market Related
EE position: No

ASSMANG Pty Ltd – Manganese Division, Black Rock Mine Operations situated 80km North-West of Kuruman in the Northern Cape is offering bursary opportunities for the 2024 academic year which is inclusive of Tuition fees, accommodation, laptop and prescribed books for the following fields of study: Mining Engineering (3) – Bachelor of Technology: Mining Engineering / Advanced Diploma: Mining Engineering / Bachelor of Science: Mining Engineering. Geology (1) – Bachelor of Technology: Mining Engineering or Geology or Physics / Advanced Diploma: Mining Engineering Geology or Physics / Bachelor of Science: Mining Engineering or Geology or Physics. Mechanical Engineering (1) – Bachelor of Technology: Mechanical Engineering / Advanced Diploma: Mechanical Engineering / Bachelor of Science Engineering. Electrical Engineering Heavy Current (1)- (Bachelor of Technology: Electrical Engineering / Advanced Diploma: Electrical Engineering / Bachelor of Science Engineering. Mine Survey (1)- Bachelor of Mine Surveying / Advanced Diploma: Mine Surveying. Occupational Hygiene (1) – Bachelor of Technology: Occupational Hygiene/Bachelor of Degree in Occupational Hygiene. Information Technology (1)-Bachelor of Commerce Information Technology Bachelor of Science Information Technology/Advanced Diploma: Information Technology. Financial Accounting (1) – BCom Financial Accounting/BCom Financial Science/Bachelor of Accounting Sciences in Financial Accounting/BComm in Financial Accountancy/BComm Accounting.

Job description
  • An updated CV.
  • Recent academic record as well as an academic record of years of study completed thus far (where applicable) OR
  • Matric school report of last written November/ December examinations.
  • Proof of current registration at the University or University of Technology OR Proof of having completed Matric (Grade 12).
  • Certified copy of South African ID.
  • Proof of residential address.



Minimum requirements
  • Must be a South African citizen between the ages of 18 – 35 years.
  • The minimum qualifying level for Matriculants is a Bachelor pass / University exemption in the final-year examination.
  • Preference is given to learners who have University acceptance for the new academic year 2024 within the specified fields of study mentioned.
  • Applicants already receiving a bursary or financial aid from another Institution will not be considered.

University Students:
  • Must be a South African citizen between the age of 18 – 35 years.
  • Enrolled in full-time studies at a South African University or University of Technology.
  • Applicants who are currently enrolled in a field of study specified above.
  • Sound academic record with an average B-symbol and pass mark for all subjects, including final-year examination results plus admission to the University.


5. SAPPI Bursaries and scholarships

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At Sappi, we want to encourage the brightest young talent to join our ever evolving industry.

Sappi awards a number of bursaries each year based on our annual skills audit and business needs.  Our bursary scheme is intended to cater for talented and innovative young South African citizens.  It is a talent-based approach where applicants who meet the minimum criteria are invited to a selection interview.


Who is eligible for a bursary?

School leavers or university students between 18 – 25 years old who are studying or intending to study full time at any South African accredited university in one of the following fields:

  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science – Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science – Electrical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science – Chemical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science – Industrial Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science – Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science – Mechatronics
  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science – Forestry and Wood Science
  • National Diploma – Pulp and Paper
  • National Diploma in Forestry 

In addition, you are required to have:

  • South African citizenship
  • An average of 70% in Mathematics (not Maths Literacy), 70–80% in Physical Science and 60% in English and
  • Qualifying points for entrance at the university or acceptance confirmation

Current university results will be considered for undergraduate students.  Note that preference will be given to learners with an average of 75% and above in Mathematics and Physical Science.



When to apply for a bursary at Sappi

The bursary period is open from 01 April to 30 September and the recruitment cycle takes place between October and November every year.

How to apply for a bursary at Sappi

All applications must be completed online, please click here to apply.



Contact us

For application queries please contact us on:

+27 11 407 8111 or






NSFAS Releases 2024 Application Dates

NSFAS Application 2024/2025 -

Many students wanting to study in 2024 have been patiently waiting for the 2024 NSFAS applications to open so they can submit their bursary applications. NSFAS has released the 2024 application dates.


The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has finally revealed when 2024 applications will open. Prospective students can begin submitting their NSFAS bursary applications from Tuesday 21, November 2023.

Students will have until 31 January 2024 to submit their NSFAS funding applications. This means that students will have just over two months to submit applications for the lucrative bursaries.

The reason for opening in November, is so that we can afford the beneficiary shorter turn around times for decision making which is aligned to our financial eligibility assessment which requires updated SARS information.

NSFAS provides comprehensive funding to more than one million students enrolled in approved programmes at public universities and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges.

The comprehensive bursaries provided by NSFAS seek to cover all the costs a student may incur on a tertiary education journey. The government bursary scheme provides students with money for tuition and registration fees, along with several allowances.



NSFAS provides students with an accommodation allowance, meal allowance and stationery allowances. If students live at home they will receive a transport allowance in place of the accommodation allowance while students who live in catered accommodation will not receive a meal allowance.

NSFAS awaited the completion of the SARS tax period to ensure the availability of necessary and updated information during the application season. This strategic timing facilitates the efficient processing of applications and aligns with the organisation’s commitment to streamlining decision-making processes.


The financial aid scheme has encouraged all students who meet the eligibility criteria to submit a NSFAS application during the prescribed application period. They also remind grade 12 learners that they do not need their matric results to submit a NSFAS application.

We encourage all students who wish to study in the post-school education and training sector higher education and training space to ensure that they apply on time. It is also important that students note that they don’t need results when they are entering post-school education and training for the first time.

NSFAS announced they are in talks with the Department of Basic Education (DBE) to enhance the application validation process. These discussions hope to improve verification procedures, particularly regarding parental relationships.

The adjustments are designed to ensure timely confirmation of funding decisions.

NSFAS has urged all applicants to provide accurate information when submitting their NSFAS application. These mistakes can result in the student’s NSFAS 2024 application being rejected.

South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) grant beneficiaries will continue to receive immediate funding decisions from NSFAS. They will also not be required to submit supporting documents, except for learners with disabilities.


Applicants who are rejected will have the option to submit a NSFAS appeal. Several documents are needed when submitting a NSFAS appeal application depending on the reason for the NSFAS rejection status.

NSFAS announced the launch of a mobile application for 2024 applications. The NSFAS application will initially be available for iPhone operating systems (iOS), Android, and later for HUAWEI devices.

It was revealed that the mobile app will include biometric capabilities to be rolled out later in the year. Additionally, students will have the option to track their 2024 NSFAS application statuses and funding via WhatsApp at 078 519 8006, and USSD at 12067327#.


Download a NSFAS consent form, fill it in and scan it together with your certified ID copy and your guardian’s certified ID copy.

This bursary is for any course of study at any public university and public(TVET) colleges.

Who qualifies for funding:

-South African citizens
-SASSA grant recipients
-Applicants whose combined household income does not exceed R350 000 per year.
-A person with a disability whose combined household income does not exceed R600 000 per year.

Applications close on 31 January 2024

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NSFAS 2024 Appeals supporting documents:

If you would like to appeal your #NSFAS2022 application results, please download and complete the relevant required supporting document below and upload it with your appeal.





Apply for Funza Lushaka Bursary For 2023/2024

Apply for Funza Lushaka Bursary For 2023/2024


The following must be read before making an application for a Funza Lushaka bursary for 2024.

1. Should you have a criminal record, charged of misconduct or dismissed from work, kindly note that you are not eligible to apply for this bursary.
2. Allocation of Funza Lushaka bursaries to Higher Education Institution employees, their spouse and their dependents/children is not permissible.
3. Non-disclosure of the information required as stated in 2 above will be treated as fraud.
4. Applicants should be 30 years and below to qualify for the Funza Lushaka Bursary.
5. This online application is a MUST. No hard copies are accepted by the programme.
6. Please note that those who already have other teaching qualifications do not qualify for this programme.


Programmes to be funded

7. Two types of qualifications can be funded as shown below. The qualification must include subjects which will allow the student to specialize as a teacher in at least two priority subject areas (see next section below).

Undergraduate studies

✓ 4-year Bachelor of Education degree (BEd), specializing in one of the following Foundation Phase (Grade R – 3), Intermediate Phase (Grade 4 – 6) and Senior and Further Education and Training Teaching (Grade 7-12).


Graduate studies

✓ One-year Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) for graduates whose degrees reflect two priority subjects where one module/course was successfully completed or studied at third year level while the second priority subject was successfully completed or studied at second year level.

N.B. Only the PGCE for Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching (SPFET) (Grade 7-12) will be funded through the Funza Lushaka Bursary Scheme.


Selection criteria

8. Selection criteria include the following:
8.1. The bursary is only awarded to South African citizens with a valid South African ID number.
8.2. The applicant should demonstrate good academic ability.
8.3. Applicants should be 30 years and below to qualify for the Funza Lushaka Bursary
8.4. Allocation of Funza Lushaka bursaries to Higher Education Institution employees, their
spouse and their dependents/children is not permissible.
8.5. The Funza Lushaka bursary does not fund extended programmes.
8.6. The applicant must be accepted into an approved B.Ed. degree or PGCE programme to specialise in two or more of the priority subject areas.
8.7. The applicant should demonstrate good academic ability.
8.8. 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 with integrity.
8.9. The applicant must be committed to teach in any school to which a student may be placed by a Provincial Education Department (PED).


9. Students must meet the minimum academic criteria for award of the bursary. In 2024, the minimum academic criteria are:
9.1. For 1st time entrants to university:
9.1.1. An exemption, endorsement, or ‘admission to bachelor degree studies’ pass at matric/Grade 12 level.
9.1.2. At least a level 4 pass at matric level in the two subjects which the applicant will specialise to teach.
9.1.3. For students who wish to specialise in the Foundation Phase, a Level 2 pass in Mathematics or Level 4 pass in Mathematical Literacy at Grade 12 level is required. In addition, at least a level 4 pass in the Home Language is required.
9.1.4 For students who wish to specialise in the Intermediate Phase, a Level 2 pass in Mathematics or Level 4 pass in Mathematical Literacy at Grade 12 level is required. In addition, at least a level 4 pass in the Home Language is required.
9.1.4. Students who wish to specialize in the teaching of Technology subjects, including CAT, and who do not have these subjects at matric level, must have at least a level 4 pass in Mathematics or Technical Mathematics.
9.1.5. If the institution’s admission requirements are higher than the bursary requirement and vice versa then the higher requirement will apply.


9.2. For new applicants already at university

The student must have:
9.2.1 The student must have passed all of the modules studied in the year prior to the bursary application at the Higher Education Institution.
9.2.2 At least a 55% average across all the modules studied in the applicant’s last year of study at a Higher Education Institution.
9.2.3 The student must have at least 66.5% average in modules studied in the applicant’s last year of study at university which relate directly to the priority subject area of teaching specialisation.
9.2.4 These are minimum criteria. The Funza Lushaka bursary is a prestigious bursary that must be awarded firstly on the basis of academic ability. The criteria applied at particular institutions may be higher than those suggested here, but cannot be lower.


9.3 For new applicants enrolling for PGCE

3 9.3.1 The student must have successfully completed a recognized qualification that qualifies him/her to be admitted for a PGCE.
9.3.2 Only the PGCE for Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching (SPFET) (Grade 7-12) will be funded through the Funza Lushaka Bursary Scheme.
9.3.3 To be considered for the PGCE in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training teaching the student must have two priority subjects where one module/course was successfully completed or studied at third year level while the second priority subject was successfully completed or studied at second year level.
9.3.4 The student must have sufficient modules in the identified priority subjects to qualify to teach it as a subject at school.

Applicants must note that these are minimum criteria. Meeting these criteria does not mean automatic acceptance for the bursary. There are a limited number of bursaries available, and the best students will be selected for the bursary.

10. The bursary is awarded for one academic year at a time. It is not automatically reawarded. A re-award will depend on academic performance of the previous year’s results.
11. There is no automatic promise of financial support for a fifth (5th) year of study i.e. beyond the 4th year of study. On evidence of good academic performance, and pending the availability of funds, the bursary may be re-awarded.
12. Recipients of bursaries will be required to teach one year for every year for which they have received the bursary.


13. What the bursary covers: Funza Lushaka bursaries cover most of the recipient’s essential expenses. Expenses covered include tuition fees, accommodation including meals, books and learning materials, teaching practice and if possible a small allowance for monthly living expenses. The allocation to any individual student is capped at a specific value. Where the university charges more than the capped value the bursars will have to top up from their own funds. Universities have different cost structures, so the total value of a bursary differs from institution to institution.



14. Recipients of these bursaries will be required to teach at a public school for the same number of years that they received the bursary. No repayment of the bursary is therefore required.
15. Instances where the bursary conditions are not adhered to may require repayment of the bursary. 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 NSFAS.
16. If you are awarded or re-awarded the bursary, you will be expected to have an e-mail address and a contactable cell phone number which will not be changed for the duration of the studies for communication purposes with the funder and DBE officials. These conditions are all contained in the bursary contract which all applicants must sign. When applicants sign the bursary contract, they are legally agreeing to the conditions described in the contract. The applicants must keep a copy of the signed contract .


Processes for applying for the bursary 4




1. Open the e-Gov portal at
2. Register by providing personal information.
3. Login to the system using user name and password created when registering.
4. On the e-Services Menu select Funza Lushaka Bursary Scheme.
5. Enter the OTP received on the preferred channel.
6. Accept the Terms and Conditions.
7. On the dashboard menu click on the 2023 application button.
8. Follow the steps to complete the required field with your information.
9. Accept the declaration to confirm the information captured.




A Brief History of Robben Island, Cape Town





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Robben Island Museum (RIM) is awarding qualifying students with 100% bursaries for the year 2023 to study a 6 months Data Communications & Networking Support course at Master Grade IT Institution and applications are now open.



  • Grade 11
  • Basic understanding of a computer system
  • Basic understanding of computer components
  • Read, write and speak English
  • The qualifying student must be based in Cape Town


Forward your application with subject heading “Data Communications & Networking Support Bursaries”, accompanied by certified copies of your ID and qualification certificates to: by no later than 22 November 2022.

Please note your attachment should not exceed 10 MB




Canyon Coal Khanye Colliery Bursary 2022

The Canyon Coal Khanye Colliery Bursary is meant for students living in the Bronkhorspruit area, Gauteng, where the Khanye Colliery is located.

Applicants from other surrounding areas may also be considered.

For the academic session 2022, the bursaries will be awarded in the following fields of study:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Metallurgy

There is one bursary for each field of study or three bursaries in total.

The value of the bursary varies from applicant to applicant and will depend on the financial need. The bursary provider will calculate the need by considering tuition feesregistration fees, and other costs incurred while studying.

More details regarding the value will be communicated to shortlisted candidates. You will receive an email within 30 days of the closing date. If you didn’t receive anything, consider your application unsuccessful.

Eligibility Criteria For The Khanye Colliery Bursary

To be selected for the bursary funding, you must fulfill specific eligibility criteria first. These are laid out by Canyon Coal to select the deserving candidates. Since there are a limited number of bursaries, it can’t award them to everyone.

Failing to meet any of the criteria leads to instant rejection. Therefore, always cross-check before submitting your application.

The eligibility requirements for Canyon Coal Khanye Colliery Bursary 2022 are:

  • Must be a South African citizen in possession of valid ID documents
  • Must have either completed Matriculation or currently in Matric
  • Must have been provisionally accepted into a university
  • Those currently studying at a tertiary institution must have scored at least 65% in all major subjects

However, Fulfilling all of the criteria doesn’t guarantee that you’ll be selected. Preference is given to the following group of applicants:

  • Students from previously disadvantaged backgrounds living in the Bronkhorspruit area
  • Students with financial need
  • Students from local tertiary institutions in Gauteng
  • Students with disabilities
  • Females

The final selection is at the discretion of Canyon Coal internal committee. The list of bursars announced by them will be considered final.

How to Apply For The Khanye Colliery Bursary?

If you meet all of the eligibility requirements, consider applying for the bursary. You need to go through the application process. It’s a short process that shouldn’t take more than half an hour to complete.

However, it’s important not to rush and make errors. Incomplete or inaccurate submissions are rejected without further consideration. Follow the steps to apply for the Canyon Coal Khanye Colliery Bursary 2022:

The first step is to download and complete the official Canyon Coal Khanye Colliery Bursary Application Form.

The form has got three sections, and you need to complete all of them. The first section is regarding your personal details and home address. The second section is regarding your academic achievement. The final section has to do with your family’s financial affairs. Read through the instructions and complete the form.

Documents Required

The next step is to prepare the following documents that are necessary for the bursary:

  • Valid ID document
  • Matric results or Matric certificate (certified copies)
  • Full tertiary academic records, including the latest results
  • Proof of registration at the tertiary institution
  • Fee statement
  • A motivational letter supporting your application (must be written on the form)
  • Proof of income of parents/guardians (refer to the application form for accepted documents)

Scan the documents and the application form and send them to

Closing Date Of The Khanye Colliery Bursary

The bursary is currently open, and the last date to apply for it is 14 January 2022.

Contact Details Of The Bursar

For more details regarding the bursary, contact Canyon Coal at:

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