TUT offers more than 400 career options, attracting more than 60 000 students annually. Apart from having the finest academic minds from all over the world, TUT also offers a rich multicultural student life, ensuring that our students enjoy a well-rounded varsity experience.
Minimum general admission requirements for study at TUT
No person may be registered as a student in a programme of TUT, unless he or she has complied with the following
General admission requirements for TUT
TUT Requirements NSC – Gaps your profile
Results format for the new NSC-G and the minimum admission requirements for TUT:
Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy?
All learners are required to take one of the two subjects for NSC-G purposes
Being an anomaly among the developing nations, South Africa recognises the need to create an equitable society by wealth distribution. It does this by having a well-established social welfare system that offers social grants to the less fortunate members of the society. Every month there are more than 18 million SASSA grants payouts in South Africa. Read on to know more about the currently available social grants.
Now that you understand the different social financial assistance offered by the South African government, how do I apply for a SASSA grant? Here is the procedure for applying for any of the above SASSA financial aids:
If you qualify for the social financial aid, you could check out the different payment options that the department has highlighted on sassa.gov.za. The payment options have outlined the charges that an applicant will incur when transacting the funds and the various methods on how to check SASSA balance.
According to the South African Social Security Agency, from May Disability and Older Persons Grants will be paid from the 4th day of the month. All other grants will be paid from the 6th of every month. The changes were made in order to prevent the Covid-19 spread.
With the fine details above, you should be well equipped with information on how to apply and who qualifies for SASSA grants. Keep checking SASSA grants news for latest developments, and for more SASSA grant inquiries, contact the institution using their hotline 0800 601 011.
Apply for your studies at the University of Limpopo (UL): Browse Courses Offered and more.
The University of Limpopo is a university in the Limpopo Province, South Africa. It was formed on 1 January 2005, by the merger of the University of the North and the Medical University of South Africa (MEDUNSA). These previous institutions formed the Turfloop and MEDUNSA campuses of the university, respectively. In 2015 the MEDUNSA campus split and became the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University.
Applications Open: April
30 July (MBChB programme)30 September (all other programmes)
The University of Limpopo (Turfloop) offers a wide variety of under- and post-graduate qualifications that fit into the following faculties:
View the university prospectus here.
DSV Learnerships; DSV Learnerships are opened for application from all interested candidates. All interested applicants are to submit their applications using the procedures below. Applicants are to make sure that they fulfil all the requirements in order to improve their chances.
DSV A/S was founded in 1976 and is a Danish logistics and transport company, who offer worldwide transportation services by air, road, sea and train.
DSV is currently the fourth biggest logistics and transport company across the globe – with 40 000 employees, 1 000 offices and logistics facilities, and available in 80 countries.
DSV learnerships are available in the following areas:
The DSV learnership programme runs over the course of 12 months, and includes theoretical and practical hands-on training.
Candidates will receive a stipend each month, to be determined by DSV. However, learners are responsible for the payment of their transport, accommodation and meal costs.
Candidates interested in applying for this learnership position should ensure that they meet the following criteria – failure to meet ALL of these requirements will result in your application being denied.
Apply online on the official DSV website
You may be required to upload copies of the following documents:
DSV via their online contact formADVERTISEMENT
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) is inviting applications from suitably qualified applicants for appointment to fill the following existing vacancies:
How to Apply for Independent Communications Authority of South Africa Vacancies 2021 Application Form.
Check full details on the below links for more information on how to apply…
To apply for this position, please visit https://www.icasa.org.za/pages/careers.
Application Deadline: 6th April 2021
Things to Note Before Applying:
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Finding funding for a business or a business idea is a big challenge for most entrepreneurs. Thankfully, today we will dive into one of the cheapest kinds of financing available in South Africa. The South African government has set aside funds that will help grow businesses owned by the youth. 2021 could be the year your business soars to the heights you believe it can reach. Read on because we have prepared a comprehensive guide to the NYDA funding, which could help transform your vision into reality.
Our guide gives a brief introduction to who they are, the kind of funding they offer, and what you can and cannot do with the money they provide. We look at who qualifies to receive the funding, how to apply for the grant, how much you can get, and a lot more.
The National Youth Development Agency provides financial and non-financial support to young entrepreneurs so that they can grow their businesses. This is made possible through their grant program, which we shall discuss in detail.
It takes more than money for a business to succeed, and that is why the agency also offers support services like NYDA mentorship, market linkage, Business Management Training Programmes, among others.
They provide three types of funding: partial, cofounding, and financing for a loan deposit from a legal lending institution.
They do not fund in the following circumstances:
They provide funding ranging from R1,000 to R200,000.
The grants are divided into four categories depending on the stage that the business is in.
For agricultural and technology-related businesses in threshold 4, their maximum grant is R250,000 because they are more capital intensive.
It can be used for buying assets, bridging finance, renovating a shop, or paying working capital to a grantee.
The NYDA grants should not be used for paying bribes, buying vehicles, refinancing existing loans, or settling overdue South Africa Revenue Services liabilities.
To receive the funding, these are their requirements:
There are two ways to complete the NYDA application form. You can download the NYDA funding application forms 2021 pdf here, or you can fill out the form online.
Applications are processed within 30 days at a branch. Disbursement of the approved is processed at the head office within 30 working days.
One way is to pay them a visit at any of their branches. These include:
It would be wise to consider NYDA funding as a source of financing, especially if you are young and meet their requirements. Such funding will reduce your debt burden, and it will be easier to get additional financing from banks or investors in the future. An added benefit is the mentorship and market linkages they provide, which could open new frontiers for your business to grow and thrive.
DISCLAIMER: This article is intended for general informational purposes only and does not address individual circumstances. It is not a substitute for professional advice or help and should not be relied on to make decisions of any kind. Any action you take upon the information presented in this article is strictly at your own risk and responsibility!
You’ll find a breakdown of how to apply to Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU) below. We’ve got instructions on the online application process AND the hardcopy application. Tertiary education is just a few steps away! Let’s start the application process.
Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible in the application cycle. Applications close either at the end of June or July, depending on your chosen course of study.
Before you begin applying online or in hardcopy, have a look at our infographic on Things to Remember Before Applying.
Things to note before applying with a hardcopy form:
You can post your application form to the following address:
The RegistrarSefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU)P.O. Box 60Medunsa0204
or you can hand deliver the application to the following address:
Student Administration and Registration officeClinical Pathology Building (Basement) at SMU
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NOTE: You’ll need to complete the student accommodation section on your application form.
Visit our library of funding opportunities. Feel free to browse through and apply to opportunities that suit you. Finding funding really can be that easy.FIND FUNDING
There is a non-refundable application fee of R200 for all applicants.
Please note that you may directly deposit this money and no cash should be posted.
Here’s the deal: you must ensure that your Grade 11 and latest Grade 12 results are submitted. Failure to do this may result in delays with your application process. Not cool. All the documents you attach will need to be certified copies of the originals. You will need to include a copy of the deposit slip as proof of payment.
Are you a transferring student? If yes, make sure that all transcripts and academic records are submitted as early as possible.
NOTE: The final selection will be made in the second week of January and that all information will be communicated to you via SMS.
For more information on how to apply to SMU, you can visit their website.
Alternatively, you can contact the SMU Admissions Department using the following number:
Tel: (012) 521-4111
Find more information on life at Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University to help make your decision on whether to study at SMU. You can also browse similar institutions in South Africa and abroad.VISIT THE SMU PAGE
Below is a breakdown of how to apply to SPU (Sol Plaatjie University). You will find instructions on how to apply via a hard copy application.
In a few minutes, you’ll know everything you need to know to apply to SPU. Get it, got it, go!
Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible in the application cycle.
Have you calculated your APS? You’ll need to do this before applying. Find out how using this breakdown.
You can apply by filling in the hardcopy application form and post your completed application to the desired campus you would like to study at.
You can post your completed application here:
The University Registrar
Sol Plaatje University
Private Bag X500
Things to note when applying via hardcopy:
Note: Make sure you fill out this form only if you are needing university accommodation. GO TO RESIDENCE APPLICATION
Visit our library of all the institutions available to you both in South Africa and abroad. Download application forms and contact the institutions directly to find out more on what they have to offer.FIND FUNDING FOR SPU
South African applicants are required to pay an application fee of R100.
For more information, please visit the Sol Plaatje University website.
School learners must ensure that all examination results from Grade 11 until September of Grade 12 are submitted. Failure to do such may result in delays within the student’s application process. You might find that you applied early in Grade 12 and thus only sent in your final Grade 11 results. If this is true, as the year progresses and you receive more results keep sending them through to SPU, that way they will have all your results by the time finals come around.
Transferring students should also ensure that all transcripts and academic records are submitted as early as possible as well as that a final transcript of current studies being undertaken reaches the Admissions Office as soon as possible after receipt.
Make sure to also submit the following:
You’re almost done! Now all that’s left to do is to wait. Keep a look out for your acceptance and/or provisional acceptance letter. You are encouraged to monitor your application status at all times. Best is to contact SPU directly to check up on your application status.
Do you have more questions? Check out the SPU student rule books here.
For more information on how to apply to SPU, you can visit their website.
Alternatively, you can contact the SPU on the following details:
Tel: +27 (0)53 491 0000
Apply to Nelson Mandela University (NMU)
Apply to Sefako Makgatho University (SMU)
Apply to the University of Cape Town (UCT)
Apply to University of Kwa-Zulu Natal (UKZN)
Apply to the University of Pretoria (UP)
Apply to the University of Western Cape (UWC)
Apply to North West University (NWU)
Apply to Sol Plaatje University (SPU)
Apply to the University of Fort Hare (UFH)
Apply to the University of Limpopo
Apply to University of South Africa (UNISA)
Apply to the University of Witwatersrand (Wits)
Apply to Rhodes University
Apply to Stellenbosch University
Apply to the University of Johannesburg (UJ)
Apply to University of Mpumalanga (UMP)
Apply to the University of Free State (UFS)
Apply to the University of Venda (UniVen)
Apply to University of Zululand (UniZulu)
Apply to Walter Sisulu University (WSU)
Apply to Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT)
Apply to Central University of Technology (CUT)
Apply to Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT)
Apply to Durban University of Technology (DUT)
Apply to Tshwane University of Technology (TUT)
Apply to Vaal University of Technology (VUT)
Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible in the application cycle. Applications close at the end of July for undergraduates and at the end of October for postgraduate applicants.
Things to note before applying online to UCT:
UCT has one online application portal for all applicants.
You will be able to indicate whether you would like student accommodation on your application form. Please note that applying for student housing is part of your application process. Student housing places are limited so UCT has a criterion for allocating these places.CHECK OUT THE RES CRITERIA
Visit our library of funding opportunities. Feel free to browse through and apply to opportunities that suit you. Finding funding can really be that easy.FIND FUNDING
All applicants from SA and the SADC region will need to pay an application fee of R100. Applicants from outside the SADC region are required to pay an application fee of R300.
Let’s break it down: all current matric applicants will need to submit their grade 11 results as well as their latest grade 12 results. Failure to submit these results might delay your application process.
Are you a transferring student? If yes, you will need to make sure all your transcripts and academic records to date are submitted to the applications department as soon as possible. A final transcript of your current studies will also need to reach UCT at the earliest possible date. Pretty standard stuff.
Once you have submitted your application, you’ll be able to check your application status online.
For more information on how to apply to UCT, you can visit their website.
Alternatively, you can contact the UCT Admissions Department using the following details:
Email: email@example.comTel:021 650 2128
Before you begin applying online or in hardcopy, have a look at our infographic on Things to Remember Before Applying
Things to note before applying online to UL:
UL has one online application form for both undergraduate and postgraduate applicants.
Things to note before applying with a hardcopy form:
You can post your completed application to:
University RegistrarUniversity of LimpopoPrivate Bag X1106Sovenga0727
South African applicants, who apply using the hardcopy application, are required to pay an application fee of R220 before the application form can be processed.
International applicants, applying using a hardcopy form, will need to pay an application fee of R330.
Please note that this fee is non-refundable. All applicants must attach a copy of the proof of payment to their application form.Tip: keep the original proof of payment, just in case.
Here’s the deal: you must ensure that all examination results from Grade 11 or Grade 12 are submitted. Failure to do this may result in delays with your application process. Not cool. All the documents you attach will need to be certified copies of the originals.
Are you a transferring student? If yes, make sure that all transcripts and academic records are submitted as early as possible. It is also important to make sure that the final transcript of your current studies reaches the Admissions Office as soon as possible.
NOTE: Once you have sent in your application, wait a minimum of 4 weeks before checking your application status.
For more information on how to apply to UL, you can visit their website.
Alternatively, you can contact the UL Admissions Department using the following details:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel:015 268 3332
1. Early bird applications for the Faculty of Health Sciences open on 1 March, except for Bachelor of Nursing which will be opening soon. You can now apply for Bachelor of Optometry.
2. f your second choice of study in is another Faculty, kindly send us an email with the programme you want to add as a second choice to email@example.com include your full names and ID number for ease of reference. Add your student number if this has been provided to you.
3. Before you start your application process, make sure you have
4. Applications for all other programmes open on 1 April.
Step 1: Get your application form.
Step 2: Complete your application form in full.
Step 3: Attach all supporting documents.
Step 4: Complete a student accommodation form. Find residence application forms here.
Step 5: Find Funding.APPLY TO UFS
Have questions about your application?
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: 051 401 9111
Need to find the institution?
Physical Address:University of the Free State205 Nelson Mandela DrivePark WestBloemfontein
APPLY ON THEIR WEBSITE
Are you looking to further your studies but lack the funding to do so? Do you have a strong academic history, which you have maintained throughout the year? Whether you’re in your last year of school and thinking about joining University or College next year, or if you’re a current student who cannot afford to continue paying for your studies – if you have a good academic record, but your household income does not permit you to study, you may qualify to apply for a bursary or scholarship award.ADVERTISEMENT
Most organisations that offer bursaries, require that their bursars complete a work/ training programme on completion of their studies, in lieu of the bursary awarded – this is beneficial for both parties, as the student has guaranteed employment after completion of their studies and the chance to gain invaluable work experience.
imply scroll down to your faculty of study, select a bursary which best suits your needs and follow the instructions provided on how to apply. It should be noted that students can apply for as many bursaries as they qualify for.
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If you want to study a course in a South African University on Applied Sciences, Education, Health & Wellness Sciences, Business & Management Sciences, Engineering or Informatics & Design then it’s that time to apply for a course.
Cape Peninsula University of Technology (Cput), a university in Cape Town, South Africa, is the only university of technology in the Western Cape province, and is also the largest university in the province, with over 32,000 students.
Cput offers more than 70 career-focused courses.
In this post you’ll learn about Cput Online Application, required documents, fee payment, the application form download link and a link to apply online.
Here’s how to apply online.
Download the application form
Click here to apply online for a course in the ICT Academy.
Note that, the onlne application is google form thus, you’re required to sign in to your gmail account.
But most importantly, the name and photo associated with your Google account will be recorded when you upload files and submit this form.
So make sure you set up your google account properly before you fill the application form.
This application form must be completed in full by all students who are applying for a short course at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology and certified copies of all supporting document must be enclosed.
Once this application form had been completed and the supporting documents are attached, it must be submitted to the course administrator responsible for the short course that you will be attending.
Consult the website to see which course administrator to go to. Once your application had been accepted and processed the course administrator will issue you with a student number.
The supporting documents listed below are documents to be submitted with your application form. Ensure that certified copies are less than three months old.
Remember CPUT reserves the right to take legal action if documents are not authentic.
Short course fees are payable in full prior to commencement of date of the course. Cash payments can be made at the Cashiers Office on the campus.
Provide the cashier with your student number (that had been issued to you by the course administrator) as reference when making payment.
Should you make payment by means of electronic payment transfer (EFT) proof of such payment has to be submitted to your course administrator.
If your employer is paying your course fee and such employer is:
The employer pays the course fee prior to the course commencing or the applicant does so.In the latter event the applicant then claims back the course fees paid from his/her employer.
All applications are loaded onto the CPUT system. Once loaded onto the system, an sms will be sent to you acknowledging that the institution has received your application.
Learn more about Cput sos.
Note, this is not an acceptance notice.
Prospective applicants, who have handed in an application form, can track the progress of their application online or by calling.
To track your CPUT application, follow the link cput.ac.za/study/track and enter the necessary info.
The cput track application form only works with the ID number you filled in on your initial application form or with a valid student number.
If you have been conditionally accepted and have been admitted as well, you may still need to submit some documents to finalise your admission.
Central University of Technology (CUT) Applications
Central University of Technology (CUT) encourage prospective students (Undergraduates) to apply online or paper-based application forms as soon as possible for this academic year.ADVERTISEMENT
You’ll find a breakdown of how to apply to the Central University of Technology below. We’ve got instructions on the online application process AND the hardcopy application. Tertiary education is just a few steps away! Ready to apply to CUT? Cool, let’s make it happen.
Applications Open: May
Applications Close: 29 November
End of August (Late Applications)
Application deadline is end of 31 August
Course Cost Range Per Annum
Tuition costs at CUT ranges anywhere from R1300 to R25640.
WHAT QUALIFICATIONS ARE ON OFFER?
The Central University of Technology offers a wide range of under- and post-graduate qualifications that fall under the following categories:
You can view CUT’s prospectus and course information on their website.
Here’s the undergraduate prospectus from Central University of Technology(CUT). You can use the information contained within these prospectuses to find a suitable course and to apply for admission study at CUT.
What’s inside: course information, campus facilities, accommodation, fees and financial support or bursaries, entry requirements and more.PROSPECTUS HERE
Haven’t received a response for your Central University of Technology (CUT) application for admission? Don’t fret – simply check the status of your application.
Then you apply to study at Central University of Technology (CUT), you can usually expect a response a few days after the application closing date. However, if you still haven’t heard back from the Central University of Technology (CUT) it might be time to take things into your own hands. It’s not a difficult process, but to make things even easier, we’ve provided you with the below link which you can click to access.
Enter your ID/Passport number and then click “Check button“
You can post your application to:
BloemfonteinPrivate Bag X20539Bloemfontein9300
Step 4: Complete a student accommodation form.
Step 5: Find Funding.
Things to note before applying online to Central University of Technology:
The CUT online application portal requires applicants to register first. Once you are ready to apply, you can follow the link below. Allow 4 to 6 weeks before checking your application status. You can check your application status using the CUT application status portal.APPLY ONLINE HERE
Please note: 2021 applications open in May/June and close at the end of August. TBC.
You may send your completed application form to the following address:
Private Bag X20539
9300DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM HERE
Email: email@example.comTel: (+27) 51 507 3725
Physical Address: (Bloemfontein Campus)
1 Park Road
9300, South Africa
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APPLY ON THE NEXT PAGE
Central University of Technology Courses Offered – CUT Courses… We have researched and compiled the official list of courses offered – Programmes at the Central University of Technology (CUT).
CUT Courses, CUT Courses and Fees, CUT Programmes, CUT Undergraduate Courses, CUT Postgraduate Courses, Central University of Technology Courses… full details below.
Are you looking for the list of courses available at the Central University of Technology (CUT)? This post will assist you with the list of Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Masters, Certificate, Diploma, Distance Learning, Short Course programmes – courses offered at the CUT. Check more details below.
Check the below portal for the programme’s catalogue of the institution.
There are several Courses offered at the Central University of Technology CUT. We have published below the official website where you can access the full list of programmes – courses available at the institution.
With the above portal, you will have access to the following courses offered by the CUT Central University of Technology:
CPUT blackboard is a safe learning environment, providing students with the option to integrate their social media environments.
Students then have the option to filter information and set privacy settings to make a clear distinction between their personal and academic profiles.
Facilitated by the Centre for e-Learning, the LMS provides students and lecturers with a wide variety of online tools and applications on one integrated platform for teaching and learning.
From blogging to working on apps, students can look forward to integrating the latest technology into their learning experience.
Log in via myclassroom.cput.ac.za/ using your username and password or with other options which are detailed below.
First-year students of the Cape Peninsula University of Technology will be trained to work with the Learning Management System (LMS) system, commonly known as Myclassroom.
In addition to Myclassroom, different departments are also integrating technology into the learning environment.
For example, some students can look forward to working with tablets and apps, while others will have access to video recordings and podcasts of lectures.
Students can expect to complete online test and assignments via Myclassroom (Cput blackboard). Other exciting tools include discussion forums, online group work forums, blogs and journals.
Log into CPUT blackboard using your username and password. You can also sign in using a third-party account.
The “Sign in with a third-party account” option allows you an alternative or additional way to access the blackboard, by authenticating against your Office 365 account (CPUT student email) which is active in the cloud and will allow access when CPUT systems are inactive or unavailable.
See also: Find out how to log into CPUT sos.
You will also have the option to change your password in the cloud through your Microsoft Office 365 account using their web-based interface, eliminating the need to contact the CTS Service desk to change your password.
CPUT students and lecturers now have free access to the mobile MyClassroom/Blackboard app. The Blackboard app is simple and easy to use, a mobile learning app for the on the go, goal-oriented learner and lecturer.
Designed specifically for students and lecturers the app is your one-stop-shop for announcements, content, communication and even assignments and assessments.
The lecturers’ app is called ‘Instructor’ while the students’ app is called ‘Blackboard’.
Cput blackboard mobile app is available on App stores both for Android and IOS devices.
When you first login, please type in Cape Peninsula University of Technology as your institution. Your user name and password are the same as your usual web login.
Cput SOS is a one-stop shop where Cape Peninsula University of Technology students can view their progress marks, change contact information, make fee payments and register online.
From making fee payments to registering online, all CPUT students now have access to the Student Online Services (SOS) portal.
Student Online Services (SOS) gives you access to your student data – anytime and from anywhere.
This user-friendly system also allows students to
If you do not have a pin, click on the “LOGIN TO SOS” button, fill in your student number, and click on Request a pin.
Then return to the SOS page and use the Get your PIN here application to have the pin displayed to you. You have a maximum of 3 attempts to request a pin.
PIN requested successfully, but not receiving the PIN?
If you have selected “Request a PIN”/”Forgot a PIN” but you’re not receiving the PIN, then login to your myCPUT email to get it.
Note your PIN will only be forwarded to your myCPUT email account (if you are a returning student), or the email account that you filled in on your application form (if you have never studied at CPUT before, or not been registered since 2012).
Once you have registered, a “myCPUT” email account will be created for you.
If you get the error message “Error Creating PIN (No E-mail Address Available)“, your PIN will be sent to you by SMS but you will not receive an email, as no e-mail address exists on your Biographical record.
Some students can also get a message like “Illegal Login“…
What does it mean?
It simply means you are either using the incorrect PIN, or you do not yet have a PIN.
Action required by Student:
In any case you have problems accessing you myCPUT account then contact the Call Centre on 086 123 2788 or 021 959 6767.
You can also let us know in the comment section below.
Your student email is very important as a student of Cape Peninsula University of Technology.
You’ll use this email for important things such as accessing cput blackboard, receiving important notifications and a lot more.
To access your student email account,
How to reset your password online.
CTS has launched a new password reset facility for staff and students which will enable users to change their network passwords themselves with ease.
The password reset facility enable students to change their network passwords themselves once registered.
You need to have the following available to register for this service:
First register at the following URL: pwdregistration.cput.ac.za/ before making use of the reset facility.
Once you have registered you can reset your password by following these steps:
Your password will synchronize for access to E-mail, E-Learning, Internet Access and OPA.
DO NOT give your password to anyone!!! If you suspect unauthorized use of your password, change it immediately.
Your cput sos password will EXPIRE after 90 days and must be changed to a new unique password.
CSD registration or better yet the Central Supplier Database is a government’s process of registering people that provide government certain goods and services. The Central Supplier Database (CSD) is what maintains a database of organisations, institutions and individuals who can provide goods and services to government. To register, you need to stick to a two-stage procedure with each stage having a number of steps.
To do business with the government, you must have been registered and entered in the CSD. You should therefore not ignore or downplay the CSD registration process, at least not if you want to be part of service providers that the government relies on.
You should note that the CSD serves as the single source of key supplier information for organs of state providing consolidated, accurate, updated, complete and verified supplier information. All prospective businessmen that are interested in pursuing opportunities within the South African government, must register. Fortunately, you can always self-register on the Central Supplier Database as described below. Once you submit your details, they will be assessed for inclusion on the Central Supplier Database. Follow the procedures below to get started on the CSD form:
Note that the registration process has an additional functionality where you can view supplier overview info and also view reports. This addresses the concern on how to get CSD report whenever you need them. You can always get them on the website you applied in.
Once you have complied with the CSD registration requirements and followed the procedure above, all you need to do is await the response which will come in soon. If you qualify to be added as a service provider, then you will become the newest person to do business with the government.
CSD registration is easy. All you have to do when you desire to work with the government is to ensure that you enter the suppliers list. With info on how to get started, anyone that qualifies has a chance of being a business partner with the South African government.ADVERTISEMENT
The following admission requirements apply:
The scoring scale for candidates in possession of N3, N4, N5 and N6 qualifications is indicated in Table 4.
Table 4: CUT scoring scale for N qualifications
If you do not qualify on the scoring scales, do not despair. CUT offers an Extended Curriculum Programme (ECP), a bridge year(s) that will give you various options before continuing on your true career path.
Postgraduate Diplomas Requirements
Bachelor of Honours Degrees Requirements
Curriculum: The curriculum for the Honours degree shall include a prescribed research project as one of the modules which shall account for a minimum of 25% of the credits for the degree. Masters by Coursework and Masters by Research Requirements
APPLICATION CLOSING DATES
Applications close on the 31st October 2021
*Remember you’ll need an email address. Don’t have one? Get an email address.
For further information, check out a detailed breakdown of how to apply to CUT.
Track your registration status
This post will help you to check if your admission application has been accepted if you are offered provisional admission to become an official student of the Damelin.ADVERTISEMENT
The Damelin Application Status Portal is a devoted webpage for the prospective student that submitted an application to track and access the admission application status online.
If you are looking for the Damelin Application Status Portal, this information is quite helpful and can be used positively.
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Department Of Correctional Services Vacancy Programme application has started. All Eligible and Interested applicants may apply online before the Vacancies application closing date.
The Department Of Correctional Services Vacancy Application details like education qualification, requirement, location, stipend & salary scale, selection process, application form & how to apply, closing date, important links and others are available
APPLICATIONS: All applications must be submitted to National Head Office: Department of Correctional Services, Post Advertisement Section, Private Bag X136, Pretoria, 0001 OR hand deliver at 124 WF Nkomo Street, Poyntons Building, Cnr WF Nkomo and Sophie De Bruyn Street, Pretoria, 0001 (Previous: Cnr Church and Schubart Street).
NOTE: Applications must be submitted on form Z83 (Public Service Application form), obtainable from any Public Service Department, and must be completed in full. Applications must be accompanied by a CV, copies of qualifications, identity document and valid driver’s license.
Please send a separate and complete application for each post you apply for, stating the correct reference for each position you are interested in.
Faxed and e-mailed applications will not be accepted. Candidates must comply with the minimum appointment requirements.
Before you apply: All costs associated with an application will be borne by the applicant.VISIT THEIR WEBSITE