The scholarship covers:
– Registration and tuition fees.
– Prescribed books and other approved study materials.
– Accommodation and meals in a residence administered by the Higher Education Institution for students studying on a full time basis.
The scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic ability and the financial needs of the applicants. The Board of Trustees can consider any other relevant factors in making the final decision in granting the scholarships.
The Trust reserves the right to adjust or withdraw any scholarship amount that may be awarded in terms of the application, should the applicant be a beneficiary of other finance assistance (e.g. bursary, grants, loans, scholarships, award, etc.)
Successful candidates will be required to participate in doing vacation work for a two-week period during the end-of academic-year break. This work must be in line with the course being studied. The scholarship does not have to be paid back.
The courses covered are:
– Agricultural Studies
– Architectural and Environmental Studies
– Biological, Physical and Chemical Sciences
– Business, Commerce and Management Sciences/Studies
– Computer Science and Data Processing
– Education – including Advanced Certificate in Education (ACE)
– Engineering and Engineering Technology
– Health Care and Health Sciences
– Industrial Arts, Trade and Technology
– Mathematical Sciences
At which institutions can you study if you are awarded a scholarship?
University of South Africa (Unisa)
One of the best benefits of being a SASBO member is the automatic funeral cover of R15 000 As well as an additional amount of R15 000 in the event that a member passes away due to unnatural death while performing the material duties of the relevant job.
All SASBO members automatically qualify for the benefit provided they are:
• Under 63 years of age
• Are up to date with their SASBO subscriptions
• New members become eligible from the day their first subscription is received
• No medical Examinations required
How to submit a claim to Old Mutual on your SASBO Union funeral benefits.
We understand that at a time like this, you need all the support possible to make it easy for all valid claims to be processed as quickly as possible.
Documents needed to submit your claim:
• Certified copy of Death Certificate
• Certified copy of the Claimants original Identity Document
• Certified copy of the Deceased original Identity Document or Birth Certificate
• Proof of Relationship / Affidavit
• Your SASBO membership number
• Proof of banking details for payment of the claim
• Latest pay slip reflecting a union subscription fee or bank statements reflecting a union subscription fee
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The legal hotline is an impressive service, especially considering it’s a gratis addition to one of the most comprehensive, lowest cost and effective trade union services the SA labour movement has seen. Take into account all the other Sasbo add-ons and you can earn your subscriptions back many times over before Sasbo starts negotiating higher salaries and better working conditions.
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– Applicants must be Sasbo members in good standing.
– If the required grant is for a child, at least one parent must be a Sasbo member in good standing.
– The student must be in his / her second year of the study – or beyond – at a recognised tertiary educational institution.
– Student’s previous year’s results
– Proof of current year’s registration
– Proof of the current year’s fees paid or payable
– Applications will re-open in October 2015