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re: merSETA MANDATORY AND DISCRETIONARY GRANT SUBMISSIONS 2021-2022 – Theme:  Skills for Rapid Economic Reconstruction and Recovery


The merSETA informs all stakeholders and all Skills Development Facilitators (SDFs), about an opportunity to apply for Mandatory and Discretionary Grants available from Monday, 8 February 2021.


Applications are to be received electronically through the NSDMS platform of the merSETA. The submission deadline for the financial period 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022, for Mandatory and Discretionary grant submissions by merSETA levy-paying, merSETA non-levy paying (SARS exempted) companies and other legal entities including but not limited to Cooperatives, NGOs, TVET/Universities, Community Colleges, operating in the MER sector, is Friday, 30 April 2021.


Important links:


merSETA Grant advert –

merSETA Grants policy 2021/2022 –

merSETA FINAL SECTOR SKILLS PLAN Update 2021/ 2022 –

merSETA Grants and Criteria guidelines –

Contact details of merSETA regional offices –


Yours sincerely




Attie Serfontein

National Director


tel:  +27 12 348 9311

cell: +27 82 452 5153



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