Agbiz Centenary Bursary

About the bursary

In celebration of a number of Agbiz members who celebrated their 100 years of existence, an annual Agbiz Centenary Bursary Fund was established. The primary objective of the bursary is to promote master's, or PhD level research in agribusiness related fields and Agbiz certainly is proud to be associated with and supporting the set research of Agbiz Centenary Bursary holders.

The annual bursary of R39 000.00 is available to a South African student registered for a master’s or PhD degree in either agricultural economics or agribusiness management related fields, at any recognised South African university in 2022. Terms and conditions apply. For more information, read the Terms and Conditions document.

Applications for the 2022 bursary, complete with a completed application form and the required documentation, should reach Agbiz via email or mail before 5 December 2021.

Due to circumstances around the Covid-19 pandemic, Agbiz did not award an Agbiz Centenary Bursary in 2021. 

For enquiries please contact Liezl Esterhuizen on 012 807 6686 or e-mail admin@agbiz.co.za.

Our current and previous bursary holders


Reabetswe Monchonyane
MSc Agricultural Economics
University of Pretoria

Lerato Ramafoko
MSc Agricultural Economics
Stellenbosch University

Hester Vermeulen
PhD Nutrition
University of Pretoria

Nngadiseng Motaung
MSc Agricultural Economics
University of the Free State

Carmen van Niekerk
PhD Nutrition
University of Pretoria

Diana Mawoko
MSc in Agricultural Economics
University of Pretoria

Anel Jansen van Vuuren
MSc in Agricultural Economics
University of Pretoria

Andries Radley
PhD in Agricultural Economics
North-West University

Gunther Griessel
MSc Agricultural Economics
University of the Free State

Nandpha Mbizana
MSc Agricultural Economics
University of Fort Hare

Jan Greyling
MSc Agricultural Economics
Stellenbosch University

*In 2015 two bursaries were awarded due to the high standard of applications received.

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