The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation is offering a bursary to learners. The foundation aims to promote entrepeneurship in Southern Africa, by identifying individuals who have the potential to become successful entrepeneurs.
Bursary applicants are invited to apply for the 2021 academic year which will be extended to a maximum of three years provided that the candidate adheres to the bursary conditions.
The bursary is restricted to full-time study and attendance at an accredited University or a University of Technology and is eligible to individuals from historically disadvantaged societal groups or individuals with disabilities.
Parents/guardians of the student must reside within the Saldanha Bay Municipal Area.
The maximum estimated bursary amount for 2021 is R70 000 per student.
The Kuehne + Nagel Inzuzo Trust invests in the education and entrepreneurial development of young South Africans. The Trust is firmly committed to supporting the sustainable growth of South Africa’s economy, by facilitating the development of its young professionals and entrepreneurs.
The Gibela bursaries are granted to students enrolled at TVET institutions. Students must prove they are in need of financial assistance and should be able to demonstrate great academic potential.
Students studying the following disciplines at TVET colleges will be funded:
• Fitters and turners
• Control and instrumentation technicians