Department Of Transport: Bursary Opportunity 2020

Closing date: February 6, 2020

The Department of Transport offers bursaries for full-time study in the following transport areas:

  • Traffic Diploma
  • Transport Economics (only 3 years qualification)
  • Marine Studies (3 years qualification)
  • Pilot License (PPL / CPL / Instructor Rating)
  • Traffic Engineering

Selection Criteria

Preference will be given to individuals who have a proven academic record of financial need and do not benefit from any other bursary scheme. Applicants as defined by the university / institution and accompanied by the following evidence. Applicants must have at least a level 4 in mathematics and science or any major as required by the field of study.

Other Opportunity: Ray Nkonyeni Municipality Bursary Opportunity

How to apply

Application forms can be collected and returned to the following HRD Area Assistant Chiefs of Head Office Practitioners or HRM Master Registry.

Or download application form online here

Alfred NZO

Mr. M. Mdlozini 039-2546413

Ngqubusini Street Office Mount Ayliff (behind Alfred Nzo District Municipality) Office No. 48


Mr. Mnggibisa 043-7046656

Corner of Caxona Street and Cambridge Street, Daily Dispatch Building, East London


K.K. Senecal 401-5082913

Govan Mbeki Avenue, ABSA Building. Office no. 129


Mr. D. Gunxe 045-8073752 92

Cathcart Road, Sanlam Building, Queenstown. Office No.216


Ms Ramahlele 051 – 6332871

Queen’s Terrace 92, North Alivala


Mrs. Madikizel

047 – 5018853 Botha Sigcau Building, Owen & Leeds Street, 7th floor


Receptionist / 043 – 604 7400/42/7527

Office No 362, 32 Cowan Close, Ms Stellenbosch Z Sityebi / Mr P. Bandeza

Park, Shawville, King William City 5600

Late and incomplete applications will not be considered.

Application process

Applicants must submit their applications with a certified ID card, proof of enrollment at the school. Grade 12 results and proof of residency with the senior manager of MHO. Ms Bovana Department of Transportation P / BagX0023, Bhisho, 5605 Or it can be delivered to any district office or head office. Due to the large amount of correspondence usually received, contact with successful persons will be made. If you do not hear within two months of the date of the department’s application, assume that your application was unsuccessful. Contact Ms Dimbaz for more information. Mr. Bandez or me. Kibit on 043 6047442/043 604 7400/99/7586/752 or the department’s customer service center on 0800 644 644

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