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REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
APPLICATION FOR ASSISTANCE IN RESPECT OF BASIC EDUCATION
PROMOTION OF NATIONAL UNITY AND RECONCILIATION ACT, 1995 (ACT 34 OF 1995)
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Only a person who –
(a) has been found by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) to be a victim; or
(b) is a relative, such as the child, or a dependant of a victim, such as a grandchild, may request assistance.
To qualify for assistance-
Remember to attach the required documents confirming the information given in this form, for example, certified copies of an
identity book and proof of income, otherwise your application will not be considered.
CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 30 SEPTEMBER
EACH YEAR FOR THE NEXT ACEDEMIC YEAR
A. PARTICULARS OF PERSON WHO COMPLETES FORM
7. Contact details:
(State below the address where
you live and to which mail may
be sent. If you do not have an
address, state the address of
another person who can be
contacted, e.g. place of worship,
school, community leader, etc..)
* Home address / Home address of other person (if applicable):
* Postal address / Postal address of other person (if applicable):
Home: ( ) Work: ( ) Cell no:
A household consists of the spouse, children, grandchildren, parents and grandparents of a victim.
(a) the household of which the person who needs assistance is a member, must not earn more than R193 952,00 gross income
per year; or
(b) the person who needs assistance must be a member of a vulnerable household.
(c) the person who needs assistance must be enrolled in a public school.
the majority of members are over the age of 65 years;
the majority of members are receiving social assistance;
one member is physically or mentally disabled;
one of the members is under the age of 18 years and has to work; or
only one of the members is working;
A vulnerable household is a household consisting of four or more members, where: