Sakinah Samuels


sakinah samuels

Sakinah is Head of Content at Portal Publishing where she manages content strategy for the company websites, and is passionate about the work she does. With a passion for writing developed at a young age, she is always creating some form of written content at all points in time.

Sakinah completed her BA Degree at the University of the Western Cape majoring in Psychology, English and Philosophy in 2019 and has since expanded her skill set.

Articles by Sakinah:


If University of Johannesburg students submit a NSFAS application, will they have a chance at getting funding? Let's find out.

Looking for funding for University? Perhaps the National Student Financial Aid Scheme, which we all know as NSFAS, can help. Here's whether they'll fund UCT courses.

Wondering how you're going to fund your post-Matric studies? Have you considered NSFAS yet? You should. Here's whether they'll fund University of Pretoria students.

Getting the NSFAS bursary could be the problem to all your funding issues. Do they cover students who study at Stellenbosch University though?

The NSFAS bursary is a government subsidised form of funding for higher education studies. Does the bursary cover Rhodes University courses?

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme provides funding to TVET Colleges students through the NSFAS bursary. Here's who qualifies for NSFAS at TVET Colleges.

Ever heard of the NSFAS bursary? If you're a student seeking funding then you've come to the right place. Today we'll be tackling the question of whether NSFAS funds Tshwane University of Technology students.

NSFAS stands for the National Student Financial Aid Scheme which is responsible for NSFAS bursaries. These NSFAS bursaries cover fees and many other things so can University of the Western Cape get funded?

NSFAS is an all inclusive bursary for higher education studies and sees millions of applications every year. Are you wondering if NSFAS will fund CPUT students?

NSFAS provides a bursary that goes beyond just paying for your tuition. If you're wondering whether they'll cover Walter Sisulu University courses, here's the answer.

Are you interested in getting funded by NSFAS and you're planning on studying at the Central University of Technology? Will you even qualify? Let's find out.

Being funded by NSFAS requires you to do a few things so that you can stay funded until you finish your qualification.

After you've been approved by NSFAS, you will then be expected to:

When it comes to your education and securing your future, you shouldn't have to worry about how you're going to pay for it. Get credit with Capitec to help you kick-start success. 

NSFAS provides bursaries to students who come from poor and working class backgrounds and they will pay for much more than just your fees.

If you're a person with a disability, the criteria to be funded by NSFAS is as follows:

Fundi provides student loans that cover students' education-related expenses and pay these directly to the higher education institutions they are enrolled at. So what do they cover? 

Fundi provides funding for the following:

There are ways for you to fund your studies at the University of Zululand. Don't worry about it. You'll soon be a student at Unizulu and funding won't have to be a big issue for you. If you want that reality, read further. 

Are you running putting your studies on hold simply because you cannot afford to pay for it?

Unisa is an open distance e-learning university which reaches into places where other institutions do not, making a difference to everyone. Here's some ways to be funded if you choose to study at Unisa.

Many students do not realise how much university actually costs aside from the learning material, transport costs, accommodation and living expenses. A bursary is a monetary reward from an institution to a student based on their academic performances and personal circumstances.

Step one was applying to CPUT. Step two was you getting accepted. Congratulations by the way, that was a massive step to success in your future. Now, next step, is figuring out how you're going to pay for your studies.