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The Southern African Clothing & Textile Workers’ Union (SACTWU) was established in September 1989, and today are the largest trade union for the textile, clothing, footwear and leather industry.
SACTWU also manage the largest bursary fund in the trade union throughout the country. The bursary fund was initiated in 1975 and is awarded to members and their dependents.
The bursary award will pay 75% of fees (to a max of R35 000 per annum) for university students; students will be required to pick up the remainder of the costs.
Please note that students who are child dependants will be required to conduct 50 hours of community service.
Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:
Download and complete the SACTWU Bursary Application Form (pdf).
Alternatively, you can download the latest application form from: www.sactwu.org.za/bursary
The following documents must accompany the application form:
The complete application form and supporting documents must then be submitted via one of the following methods:
1) Hand delivered:
3rd Floor James Bolton Hall
127 Magwaza Maphalala Street
SACTWU Bursary Department
P.O. Box 18359
For further information and bursary rules, please download and read the SACTWU Bursary Rules (pdf).
Full year study and first semester: 28 February annually.
Second semester: 8 August annually.
For any bursary queries, please contact:
Sactwu Bursary Department
Tel: 031 301 1351
Fax: 031 305 1039