More TVET Colleges Will Use NSFAS Wallet


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If you are studying at a Ikhala TVET College and Sedibeng TVET college, you will then need to re-register your account to track your funding progress through the myNSFAS portal. Read further to see how to do this. 

Students studying at Ikhala TVET College and Sedibeng TVET College, you too will receive your allowances through NSFAS Wallet. Students studying at these TVET Colleges are urged to re-register their NSFAS account.

In order for NSFAS to allocate your allowances to you, you will need to register a myNSFAS account or re-register your myNSFAS account. 

Students have to re-register if:

  • They use Facebook or Google to sign into their myNSFAS account
  • When trying to sign, the system prompts them to re-register
  • They are studying at any of the following NSFAS Wallet TVET colleges:
    • Ikhala TVET College
    • Sedibeng TVET College

How To Re-Register

  1. Go to http://www.nsfas.org.za
  2. Click myNSFAS tab
  3. Click register
  4. Tick the box to allow NSFAS to verify your details
  5. Then capture ID number as it is stated on your ID document
  6. Type in your full names and surname as per your ID document
  7. Type in your current email address
  8. Confirm your email address
  9. Type in your cell phone number
  10. Create a password
  11. Confirm password
  12. Upload ID copy
  13. Click register
  14. OTP will be sent to the email and cell number provided (OTP expires after 24 hours)
  15. Type in the OTP and click submit
  16. You have now completed your re-registration

Read our article, 'TVET-NSFAS Students Urged To Re-Register myNSFAS' to see which TVET Colleges use NSFAS Wallet








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