Sekhukhune Municipality: Bursary Programme 2018

Sekhukhune District Municipality invites students to apply for Bursary Programme 2018 academic year.

Closing Date: 01 December 2017 at 16:30
Location: Limpopo

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To be eligible for selection, the following conditions shall apply:

  • The applicant should be a documented resident of Sekhukhune District Municipality
  • Preference will be given to applicants who are younger than 25 years of age (Older applicants would still be considered on merit)
  • The applicant should not hold a bursary from any other institution
  • The applicant should have achieved outstanding performance (average of 70% + for matriculants in Mathematics, Physical Science, Technology, Accounting and Economics).
  • Students who are already enrolled for a study programme at post-school education and training institution must have achieved a 70% + average in their current year of study.

In making the final decision , preference will be given to:

  • Previously disadvantaged individual
  • Female applicants and persons with disabilities

Applicants are required to attach recently certified copies of the following documents:

  • Identity Document
  • Proof of residence (endorsed by the Municipality or Traditional Authority)
  • Parent/s or Guardian/s’ Proof of income or affidavit if there’s no income
  • Recent statement of results
  • Acceptance letter from the post-school education and training institution

How to apply

Completed application forms should be addressed and posted to:

The Municipal Manager, Sekhukhune District Municipality,
Private Bag X8611


hand delivered to:

Bareki Mall Offices Street (Pick n Pay Centre), Groblersdal.

Application forms are obtainable from at:

Enquiries should be directed to: Mr G. Sanoka, at tel: (013) 262 7300 / 7438 / OR Mr. M. Mathebe, at tel (013) 262 7300 /7733


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