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Shoprite Bursary programmes 2015

South Africa boasts of a big retail industry which contributes much to economy of the country; as such, the industry is characterized by giant retail stores which employ people within different departments. These stores require qualified people to man those departments and this can be achieved if these retail stores financially involve themselves in the learning process students through funding programmes that are affiliated to the retail industry.

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National Film and Video Foundation, providing funding for the arts

The art industry is a big part of the South African culture and social fabric. It is therefore not surprising that there are various entities contributing to the growth of this sector, the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) is one of them.

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Essential tips for getting bursaries and scholarships

Essential tips for getting bursaries and scholarships

Bursaries and scholarships are much-needed financial avenues for thousands of students around the country. The market also has numerous scholarships, grants and bursaries available. There are however certain key tips many people seeking for bursaries can use in this process.

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South African breweries bursaries, designed for skills development

South African Breweries (SAB) is a business organisation whose community service initiatives are hard to march. Established in 1895, SAB is a subsidiary of SAMiller plc which is one of the worlds largest brewers by volume with more than 200 brands and brewing interests in 75 countries across six countries.

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Career Wise bursary services

Private sector funding and contribution to tertiary education in South Africa has increasingly grown over the years. There are many unique scholarships offered by a variety of sources who are keen to invest in higher education. With such a wide array of opportunities, effective management and distribution of these resources and finances is key. One business entity making a difference in this regard is Career Wise Bursary Services

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UJ Honors Bursary Programme 2015

Financing one’s studies is always a challenge many people are facing due to a financial constraints. Such challenges hamper someone’s dreams thereby affecting their future. It is in this regard that some local tertiary institutions realized this need and decided to make means to close this gap by awarding candidates with bursary programmes.

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Funza Lushaka bursary scheme, finance for teachers

Funza Lushaka bursary scheme, finance for teachers

Teachers are an important facet of any society and their role is both significant and valuable. They are responsible for imparting knowledge upon young people during those critical formative years of development. In South Africa, research statistics have shown that the country is in dire need of qualified teachers. It is for this reason that Government through the department of education launched the Funza Lushaka Bursary Scheme.

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Bursaries from the National Skills Fund for scarce skills

South Africa is one of the fastest developing economies in the world. This rapid development has been attained on the back of financial and human resources. Research however has also shown that there are currently as many as 829 800 unfilled positions for high skilled workers across a wide range of occupations in South Africa.

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Governments bursary programme for students with disabilities

Governments bursary programme for students with disabilities

Disability is the consequence of an impairment that may be physical, cognitive, mental, sensory, emotional, developmental or a combination of these. It is also said that disability is not inability.This is because disabled people if given the necessary support can do as much as most ordinary people. Society is decorated with many disabled people who have gone on to achieve great things in life. It is because of this that

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