Rustenburg Municipality Bursaries from the office of the executive mayor invites candidates to apply for bursaries to be awarded for the new year academic year in the following fields:
Rustenburg Municipality Bursaries Available
Tourism and Hospitality
Rustenburg Municipality Bursaries Requirements
Consideration will be given to previously disadvantaged and disabled people in the RustenburgLocal Municipality area who have completed Grade 12 with a Bachelor admission and have securedprovisional admission at a recognised South African Institution.However, strongly motivated applications for undergraduate studies in the identified careers above will be considered. Applicants must be residents of Rustenburg Local Municipality (38 wards).
The following documents are required for Rustenburg Municipality Bursaries:
Grade 12 results or recent academic recordCertified copy of ID documentCertified copy of parent’s/guardian’s ID documentLetter of admission or proof of admission from the Institution of Higher LearningProof of parent’s/guardian’s 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 councillours.Completed application forms must be posted to the Office of the Executive Mayor, PO Box 16, Rustenburg 0300 or hand delivered to Rustenburg Local Municipality, Missionary Mpheni House, cnr Nelson Mandela and Beyers Naude.Enquiries should be directed to Ms Nomsa Nyanda, tel: 014 590 3480
Note: This Bursary is now closed
The Rustenburg Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Bojanala Platinum District in the North West Province. It is one of the five municipalities in the district. It is home to Boekenhoutfontein, the farm of Paul Kruger, president of the South African Republic.
Rustenburg is a large town situated at the foot of the Magaliesberg Mountain Range. Rustenburg (meaning ‘town of rest’ or ‘resting place’) was proclaimed a township in 1851. This large town is situated some 112km north-west and is a 90-minute drive from both Johannesburg and Pretoria.
It is a malaria-free area. It is the fastest growing municipality in South Africa and the most populous municipality in the North West Province.