Original Text: To promote innovation in South African sugarcane agriculture, the South African Sugarcane Research Institute (SASRI) hosts a dynamic post-graduate programme on the SASRI campus in Mount Edgecome, KwaZulu-Natal. The research is conducted under the supervision of SASRI scientists who are affiliated with several leading South African universities, including the University of KwaZulu-Natal, University
The Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Rural Development will make available a limited number of bursaries to historically disadvantaged South Africans residing in the Gauteng Province and who are considering a career in the Agriculture, Veterinary Services and Environmental Sectors. These professions fall within scarce and critical occupational categories. Fields of studies Minimum requirements (National
Sugar Industry Trust Fund for Education (SITFE) is one of South Africa’s oldest trust funds having been established in in 1965, it is operated under the banner of the South African Sugar Association (SASA). SATFE is currently inviting applications from students and prospective students in Agriculture, Science and Engineering for 2014 Bursaries. Requirements for the
As part of its Future Talent Bursary Program, Nestlé South Africa is offering 2014 bursaries for students who are currently in their second or 3rd year of study at a university or university of technology in South Africa studying towards a degree or diploma either Mechanical / Electrical Engineering; Food Science / Technology; or Agriculture.
To develop a cadre of leaders, the WK Kellogg Foundation is awarding full scholarships to suitably qualified and financially needy applicants from Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, South Africa and Zimbabwe that will provide them with the education, skills and tools that will empower them to bring new capacity to their communities through their academic credentials, leadership