Cape Wools SA (CWSA) was established as an association in 1997 and is currently the South African Wool Industry’s official industry representative organisation. Cape Wools are responsible for representing the interests of the wool processors, wool buyers, wool buyers, wool traders, wool brokers, small stock breeders, the wool testing group and labour.

The mission of the organisation is to provide support to the wool industry of South Africa, by way of research and development, market intelligence and promotion through projects.

Cape Wools SA South Africa
Oct 20, 2020
Grants - Awards - Bursaries
The Wool Industry Bursary Trust was formed to to financially assist students towards obtaining a tertiary qualification relating to employment in the South African wool industry. Bursaries are awarded within the  Textile/ Fashion Design  field, with focus on  wool studies . MORE ABOUT THE BURSARY PROGRAMME – COVERAGE VALUE The bursary may cover the following expenses (based on the decision of the CWSA): registration fees, tuition fees, accommodation, prescribed books and other study-related materials. Bursaries are awarded on an annual basis and are renewed based on the students academic performance. Students will be required to undertake vacation work for up to 4 weeks per annum on an active wool farm. Once students have graduated, they must seek employment at an approved farm or organization within the wool or related industry, for 1 year for each year of funding received.  ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS Applicants must satisfy the...