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+27 (011) 492-0601 Mon - Fri 08:00 - 16:00 3rd Floor Alris Building, 3 Rissik Street Johannesburg, 2001
Trust Reg No:
IT 3460/2010
NPO No:
103-207
PBO No:
930035266
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Each year, the JB Marks Education Trust Fund holds a week-long Induction workshop in January for all its new beneficiaries. The program is a personal and professional effectiveness program with three key themes that form the basis of the workshop: Self-empowerment, “Teamness” and Effectiveness. The workshop commenced on Monday, 15 January and ended on Saturday, 20 at Elijah Barayi Memorial Training Centre (EBMTC). The number of undergraduates funded by the Trust has increased from 200 to 280 due...
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NUM Newsletter – JB Marks On the evening of Friday 25 August this year, the JB Marks Education Trust Fund hosted its 8th annual JB Marks Graduates Award Dinner at Emperors Palace, honouring the highest recorded number of graduates since the Trust’s inception 20 years ago. Every year, the Trust invites the beneficiaries who have graduated and their families to a glamorous gala dinner to celebrate and honour their accomplishments. This year, the Trust has much to celebrate,...
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Eastern Cape – JB Marks Education Trust Fund in partnership with Postbank South Africa activated a two-day event from Monday, 29 to Tuesday, 30 May at Mbabalana Senior Primary School where they gave away one year’s worth of sanitary towels to a total of 300 school girls. Mbabalana Senior Secondary School, located in Libode District in the Eastern Cape has been identified by JB Marks as one of the most disadvantaged Schools in South Africa that needs combined intervention...
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JB MARKS EDUCATION TRUST FUND: ACCOUNTANT The JB Marks Education Trust Fund was established by the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) in 1997. It was named after JB Marks who was a president of the African Mineworkers’ Union. The motivation behind establishing the Fund was to address the need for black educated graduates entering the mining, energy and construction sectors. The Fund thus continues to fulfill this need by providing tuition for members and/or the dependents of members...
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