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CALL FOR 2022 BURSARY APPLICATIONS

CALL FOR 2022 BURSARY APPLICATIONS

The Letsatsi Borutho Trust is offering students and young people out of school an opportunity to study further at South African tertiary education or training institutions including public or private TVET colleges, universities of technology or academic universities. Bursary Flyer
LETSATSI BORUTHO COMMUNITY TRUST NEWSLETTER

LETSATSI BORUTHO COMMUNITY TRUST NEWSLETTER

June 2021. The Trust was established by Droogfontein Solar Power (Pty) Ltd (also known as the Droogfontein plant or the Droogfontein project company) as part of the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer (REIPP) programme implemented by the government to assist in alleviating South Africa’s electricity shortage. Read our Newsletter here
ANNUAL FINANCIAL UPDATES

ANNUAL FINANCIAL UPDATES

The power plant, Droogfontein Solar Power (RF) (Pty) Ltd, is owned by various shareholders of which the trust is one of them. The trust owns 4% of the power plant via a 100% owned private company, Droogfontein Renewable Energy Company (RF) (Pty) Ltd Letsatsi Borutho Trust Annual finance update_28 February 2020
2021 BURSARY APPLICATIONS

2021 BURSARY APPLICATIONS

Inviting bursary applications from South African Citizens (not older than 35yrs) with identifiable residential proof from communities within a 50km radius of the Droogfontein Solar Power plant. Letsatsi Borutho Bursary Application_2021
Annual Report 2019/2020

Annual Report 2019/2020

July 2020 This report will be focusing on the 2019 Letsatsi Borutho Trust activities as Trustees won’t be able to organise the usual Annual Engagement meetings due to Covid-19 regulations. Unfortunately, the target communities will not have an opportunity to meet with the trustees in person and engage the trustees about the activities in their
COVID-19

COVID-19

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CALL FOR BENEFICIARY TRUSTEES

CALL FOR BENEFICIARY TRUSTEES

The Letsatsi Borutho Trust, which owns a 4% share in Droogfontein Solar Power, was established with the objective of carrying out public benefit activities in the local community, within a 50 km radius of the wind farm. The Trust seeks to establish its governance structure by appointing TWO Beneficiary Trustees. Nominations are sought from all
Letsatsi Borutho Trust Bursary Programme 2020 Application

Letsatsi Borutho Trust Bursary Programme 2020 Application

INFORMATION LETTER This Bursary Programme is funded by Letsatsi Borutho Trust. Letsatsi Borutho Trust invites bursary applications from the surrounding community. The bursary is open to persons who are South African citizens and want to study further at South African suitably registered tertiary institutions, notably TVET colleges, universities of technology or universities. Prospective students studying
Letsatsi Borutho Trust Community Support

Letsatsi Borutho Trust Community Support

The Letsatsi Borutho Trust, which was formed as a Community Trust with the main purpose of carrying on public benefit activities within a 50 kilometre radius of Droogfontein Solar Power, approved its first grant allocation in 2016 and has already spent a grant amount of R350 000, within the communities of Kimberley and its surrounds. To-date,