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  • n. Plural form of bursary.

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Examples

  • In addition, we have expanded teacher training through the provision of full-cost service - contract fundza lushaka bursaries and we look forward to a new generation of teachers in our schools in the near future.

    ANC Today

  • In addition, we have expanded teacher training through the provision of full-cost service-contract fundza lushaka bursaries and we look forward to a new generation of teachers in our schools in the near future.

    ANC Today

  • He said the reason for the delay in paying the bursaries was a misunderstanding about a decision in 2002 to advertise bursaries to all students in the region.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "We should not limit these honours to renaming landmarks, but should come up with still more meaningful instruments, such as bursaries and other interventions that directly benefit our people."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Not only will they be able to provide you with information about the Government's Financial Aid Scheme, but also they will inform you about other forms of support, such as bursaries from the institutions and from private trusts, which are available.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The division stemmed from a dispute over certain social benefits such as bursaries and access to creches and old age homes which in terms of the church's constitution was limited to the church's white members.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • We also have to take initiatives in our communities to pool our meagre resources for projects such as bursaries and skills upgrading.

    ADDRESS BY PRESIDENT NELSON MANDELA ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE SOWETO UPRISING ON 16 JUNE 1976

  • Many "bursaries" or scholarships are available for students of divinity; and the course of studies prescribed for them is comprehensive and carefully arranged.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • His 'bursaries' (scholarships or exhibitions), on which he had been passing rich, expired, and he had to earn a livelihood.

    Robert F. Murray: His Poems with a Memoir

  • Andy Jones, dean of the Institute of Education at Manchester Metropolitan University, told the TES: Potential students don't know what inducements, such as bursaries, they will have.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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