How To Sign Up For MANATI Student Loans


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MANATI offers student loans at low interest rates to provide access to tertiary education. We sat down with MANATI's co-founder and CEO, Riaan Jonck to learn more about MANATI and how students can sign up for a MANATI Student Loan. 


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Through unique partnerships with universities, colleges, corporates and government, MANATI offers low-interest study loans that make further studies possible for the vast majority of students who would otherwise be unable to afford or secure the necessary funding. 

Careers Portal recently had a chat with MANATI's Co-founder and CEO, Riaan Jonck, about MANATI, what they offer and how to sign up.

MANATI currently partners with 75 educational institutions around the country.

How To Apply

The person who will be responsible for monthly repayments will need to fill out the application.

  1. Go to the MANATI website
  2. Click on the 'APPLY NOW' button
  3. Click on the 'APPLY NOW' button quick
  4. You will then be taken to a chat bot and you should click on 'Hi!'
  5. Click on 'Yes, I agree and consent'
  6. Follow the prompts
  7. Submit documents

To improve your chances for loan approval, apply with “Joint Household Income”. With your spouse/partner’s consent, enter their income details too when applying.

Students can also apply by obtaining and filling out an application form at the institution that they work with and they would have a specific link for the institution.

Documents Needed To Apply

  • 3 months payslip
  • 3 months bank statement
  • SA ID or passport
  • Proof of address
  • Proof of enrolment/registration with education institution

How MANATI Applications Work

MANATI will do credit and affordability checks to see if the sponsor qualifies for a loan. If “Joint Household Income” was selected, MANATI would then look at the total household income.

They would then review the information submitted during the application. They will then also conduct reference checks, identity checks, employment checks and a final affordability check.

MANATI can provide loans from R30 000 to R120 000.

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Through unique partnerships, MANATI offers low-interest study loans that makes studying further possible for students who would otherwise be unable to afford or secure the necessary funding. Careers Portal sat down with MANATI's co-founder and CEO, Riaan Jonck to learn more about MANATI and how they came about.






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