South African Municipality Bursaries Available 2018 – SA Bursaries 2019

By | January 11, 2018

South African Municipality Bursaries

South African Municipality Bursaries 2018 – The Rustenburg municipality executive mayor’s office  invites candidates to apply for the bursary for the academic year starting January 2018:

South African Municipality Bursaries Available

Science Finance
Tourism and Hospitality

Consideration will be given to previously disadvantaged and disabled people in the Rustenburg Local Municipal area who have/who would have completed Grade 12 and have secured provisional admission at any recognised South African tertiary institution. However, preference will be given to learners who have obtained highest academic excellence. Applicants MUST be residents of Rustenburg Local Municipality (38 wards)

South African Municipality Bursaries Requirements

The following documents are required:

• Grade 12 results or recent academic record • Certified copy of ID document • Certified copy of parent / guardian’s ID document • Letter of admission or proof of admission
from the institution of higher learning • Proof of parentVguardians income (of total monthly income not exceeding R3 500) • Copy of pension slip (for indigent applicants) • Affidavit (if parent is unemployed) • Proof of residence.

How To Apply

Application forms are available at Missionary Mpheni House Building, Rustenburg Local Municipality and from all ward councillors.

Completed application forms must be addressed to:

The Office of the Executive Mayor, P0 Box 16, Rustenburg 0300 or
hand delivered at Missionary Mpheni House, cnr Nelson Mandela
& Beyers Naude, Rustenburg Local Municipality.
Enquiries should be directed to Ms Nomsa Nyanda at (014) 590-3480.

Note this bursary is now closed

What is a Municipality?

A municipality is usually a single urban or administrative division having corporate status and powers of self-government or jurisdiction as granted by national and state laws to which it is subordinate. It is to be distinguished from the county, which may encompass rural territory or numerous small communities such as towns, villages and hamlets.

The term municipality may also mean the governing or ruling body of a given municipality. A municipality is a general-purpose administrative subdivision, as opposed to a special-purpose district.

The term is derived from French municipalité and Latin municipalis. The English word municipality derives from the Latin social contract municipium (derived from a word meaning “duty holders”), referring to the Latin communities that supplied Rome with troops in exchange for their own incorporation into the Roman state (granting Roman citizenship to the inhabitants) while permitting the communities to retain their own local governments (a limited autonomy).