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Procter & Gamble Internship Opportunity

Bronwyn Tuesday, 6 July, 2021 - 10:18

We are seeking interns who can work on a full-time basis where they will be given all the necessary tools to build their capabilities. Our aim is to select exceptional students for internship openings who are seeking developing their skills while being mentored & coached by strong P&G leaders.

Opportunity Details P&G Internships

Upon successful completion of the Internship, you will have an opportunity to be considered for Full-Time employment upon completion of your degree.

You will be part of inclusive work environment that guarantees fair learning opportunities and challenges that will enable you to grow and develop.



  • Minimum matric certificate or N3 equivalent ONLY
  • Green Barcode South African ID or Smart card ID is important
  • Medically and physically fit to operate in a manufacturing environment
  • Be willing to work 24/7 shift work schedule includes nightshift work (18:00 – 6:00)



  • You need to have Matric Certificate with 0 – 3 years working experience
  • South African Citizen- Barcoded South African ID
  • Strong disciplinary skills, willingness to continuously learn from the external environment around
  • Strong inclination towards working in a challenging environment of FMCG, especially around Technology creating a new era of doing business.
  • Good command of the English language
  • Have a passion for winning and be willing to face a new challenge every day




Opportunity Closing Date Friday, 30 July, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Procter & Gamble Article Categories Article Category Internships 2021 Tags Tags

Teacher Vaccinations Are More Than Halfway Done

Tuesday, 6 July, 2021 - 09:56 Author Sakinah Samuels

The Department of Basic Education has administered over 300 000 vaccines so far, which is more than half of their target. They have however showed concern about the thousands of teachers and staff in the sector who are refusing to take the vaccine. 


The Department of Basic Education (DBE) aims to vaccinate 583 000 people by 8 July with over 330 000 being done in the first week. Vaccinations for the sector began on 23 June.

Vaccinations are continuing even with schools closed which the department says will help make the rollout faster.

The Department had a target set for themselves which said they should vaccinate 300 000 people within the first 10 days saying, "this target was based on the number of doses allocated of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to the sector".

This rollout seems to have been going well and one could even say it's better than the national rollout. After day 1, 48 000 people working in the sector had already been vaccinated.

A statement released by DBE read:

By 01 July 2021 (9 days since the start of the vaccination programme), over 100% (300 052) of the Phase 1 target had been met across the nine Provinces.

The second batch of 289 000 vaccine doses has already been received and this will be for the rest of the targeted vaccinations. At the end, the department hopes to have vaccinated 582 564 teaching and non-teaching staff.

Over 10 000 teachers and support staff in just Gauteng are hesitant to take the vaccine being offered to them as part of the Education Vaccine Rollout. One can then imagine the number of people refusing to take the vaccine nationwide.

Some offer religious reasons, beliefs that it's not effective and of course, fake news as to why they won't take it but above all, it's based on fear.

DBE issued a statement on Monday trying to encourage those who work in the sector to get vaccinated, saying:

Educators and staff are urged to go to the vaccination sites to get their Johnson & Johnson vaccine injections.

These vaccinations are not compulsory with staff having to volunteer to take it.

On who else is included in the rollout, the department mentions support staff from independent schools, food handlers, screeners, cleaners and ECD practitioners.

We urge teachers to get their vaccines, as the roll-out programme continues.#VaccineRolloutSA @HubertMweli @ReginahMhaule @ElijahMhlanga pic.twitter.com/Kgz72h4I3v

— Dep. Basic Education (@DBE_SA) July 5, 2021


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Agriculture Bursary Opportunity At HORTGRO

Bronwyn Tuesday, 6 July, 2021 - 09:55

Are you studying agriculture? Are you in need of financial assistance to further your studies?

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Agriculture, and the deciduous fruit industry specifically, is a major contributor to South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP). It is also responsible for providing many with employment.

Therefore, Hortgro believes it is necessary to provide support in discovering and training the best minds and developing a strong labour force.

Bursaries will be awarded within the following fields of study:

  • Agricultural Economics
  • Biochemistry
  • Entomology and Nematology
  • Genetics
  • Horticulture
  • Microbiology
  • Plant Pathology
  • Research and
  • Technical
  • Soil/ Water Science

All other financial assistance/bursaries/loans currently being received must be declared.

The bursary will be annually renewable subject to the results of the Bursar being acceptable to HORTGRO


Opportunity Closing Date Sunday, 15 August, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Hortgro Article Categories Article Category Bursaries 2021 Tags Tags

Industry Development Trust Internship Opportunity

Bronwyn Tuesday, 6 July, 2021 - 00:32

The Industry Development Trust invites applications from unemployed graduates who seek to acquire meaningful work experience in the various fields.

Opportunity Details INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME 2021/2022

This is not a permanent employment but an opportunity for unemployed graduates who require relevant experience.

National Office ( Pretoria )

  • Human Resource Management and Development x6
  • Finance and Project Accounting x20
  • Supply Chain Management x5
  • Office Administration x3
  • Records Management x2
  • Facilities Management x1
  • Communications x3
  • Legal Services x3
  • Development Planning x1

Eastern Cape

  • Built Environment x3
  • Finance and Project Accounting x1
  • Office Administration x1
  • Social Facilitation x1


  • Built Environment x1

KwaZulu Natal

  • Built Environment x4
  • Finance and Project Accounting x2
  • Supply Chain Management x2
  • Office Administration x1
  • Records Management x1
  • Social Facilitation x3


  • Built Environment x4
  • Supply Chain Management x2
  • Records Management x2

Northern Cape

  • Finance and Project Accounting x1
  • Office Administration x1

Free State

  • Admin and Finance x2

Interested persons are invited to submit their applications

  • Cover letter
  • CV
  • Copies of qualifications

Opportunity Closing Date Thursday, 15 July, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Independent Development Trust Article Categories Article Category Internships 2021 Tags Tags

How Many Years Does It Take to Study Medicine?

Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 15:09 Author Melikhaya Zagagana

Choosing a career in Medicine involves the lives of people depending on you. Medical studies can take longer than other qualifications to complete but is recommended as one of the most rewarding careers you can pursue.


How long does it take to study Medicine? Well, let's help you answer that question.

The common field in Medicine at the universities is the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) degree which takes about six years to complete. The six years of study focuses mostly on medical theory though every now and then students will be placed at hospitals for observation.

The period of six years to complete a medical degree study is also recommended by international institutions as the competent standard.

The breakdown of the years of study in medicine may include medical terms that might not be easy to understand. The important information that will be relevant to the topic will be to focus on the period one takes to finish the medical degree.

The (MBChB) is not the only medical profession one can do at the university, there is a long list of medical fields students can choose from.

The six years of study as a medical student is followed by two years of internship, working in a hospital environment, and a one year of community service.

After completing the two years of internship and one year of community service, the candidate can register with Health Professions Council as a medical doctor. It is however advised that one keeps checking on new developments as setting of curriculums are subject to change.

The setting of curriculum doesn’t necessarily affect the years one takes to study medicine, the six-year length is a standard to most institutions.

This is just to stress that six years of study is only based on your modules and still have two more years as an intern at an institution and one volunteer work at the community.  

Students can expect to take nine years long to become registered competent professionals though one earns basic stipend in the course of being an intern.

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Students Threaten To Protest For Allowances

Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 14:22 Author Bulelani Dyomfana

Students from the Central University of Technology in Bloemfontein have threatened protest action due to unpaid allowances from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme. The university has since given its response.


Frustrated students at the Central University of Technology have threatened protest action after not receiving their allowances for July from the National Students Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). 

Some of the students said that they had been evicted from their accommodation residences as a result of late payments from the previous months. 

In addition to struggling for necessities such as food, transport, and accommodation allowances, The students also said that they were worried that they may face academic exclusion if their situation is not addressed.

Students told SABC News:

We’re frustrated. We don’t have money to pay rent, no money for food and now we are going towards exams. We’re really frustrated so we need clarity.

In response, the institution issued a statement in which it says that the students were not being entirely honest in their allegations, adding that although there have been issues with students providing their bank details, payments have been ongoing since 2 July.

The Central University of Technology, Free State has noted with dismay the slew of false information being peddled to the public by some students. To date 10 306 students’ allowances were paid through FUNDI. 789 students have problems with their bank accounts, while 702 students have no banking details on the FUNDI system. 

"Payment of student allowances has been taking place from Friday, 2 July 2021, the information of 3 693 students has been finalized, and they started receiving their money from Saturday, 3 July 2021 until Monday, 5 July 2021," reads the statement.

The university added that it has been paying for NSFAS allowances from its own funds and that it has been doing its part to ensure that the academic year is not disrupted due to the financial situations of students.

#CUTInform - CUT has noted with dismay the slew of false information being peddled to the public. 10 306 students’ allowances were paid through FUNDI.789 students have bank account issues,702 students have no banking details.#AllowancesCUT
Read statement, https://t.co/dua08jl11A

— CUTFreeState (@cutfsonline) July 5, 2021

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There Are Enough Vaccines For Teachers - Motshekga

Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 12:14 Author Sakinah Samuels

The education sector has seen some bumps here and there with it's vaccination rollout but Minister Motshekga has said that there won't be a shortage of doses for the sector. Their goal is to vaccinate 583 000 people by 8 July.


The Minister of the Department of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga, said that all the vaccine doses have been confirmed to have arrived in the country and that there won't be any shortages.

The Department released a new edition of the DBE TV News Bulletin which gives updates from within the sector for the past week.

Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga, visited the different provinces to monitor the vaccine rollout for the education sector. The rollout is said to be running smoothly.

The department hopes to vaccinate 583 000 by 8 July. In it's first week of vaccinations, over 272 000 people received their jab.

Motshekga said she is sure that they will meet this deadline saying:

Last week when we got the first batch from 300 000, I had requested provinces to plan for 300 000 so that if there are any delays in us receiving the vaccine, we shouldn't be out of plan so we have planned very conservatively.

Teachers who took their vaccine have said that they feel good and encourage everybody to take their jabs as well. 

Free State Education MEC, Tate Makgoe, said he is confident that the province will complete it's vaccination programme as planned. 

Due to the announcement of level 4 lockdown, schools closed a week earlier on 30 June and will re-open on 19 July. The Minister says these closures will help ramp up the vaccine rollout.


Makgoe said that the early school closures resulted in some Matric exams not being completed but that these exams will be postponed until schools reopen.

Even though this could be seen as a setback, Makgoe supports the move to close schools saying:

The numbers were rising too high and it was on TV every morning and parents were panicking. I went to one school after the President's announcement and almost 80% of the parents withheld their children so I think it was a good strategy that we must just give it a breather so then we can go back.

Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi, said that if vaccinations were done earlier, time which was lost could have been saved but that this is a step in the right direction.


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Over R700 Million Still Needs To Be Paid in R350 Grants

Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 11:39 Author Sakinah Samuels

Everyday, thousands of South Africans beg SASSA to pay their missing R350 grant payments. Meanwhile, R11 million went to those who work in Government and even prisoners.


We all remember how SASSA was scammed out of R11 million of money with the R350 grant with public servants and prisoners were seen benefitting for the grant which was geared towards unemployed individuals.

Meanwhile, thousands of South Africans who are desperate and are in need are still waiting for their R350 grant payments to come through for months now.

Over R700 million in R350 grants are yet to paid to qualifying beneficiaries with Social Development Minister, Lindiwe Zulu, saying that this is due to SASSA needing to verify whether people qualified or not.

On the corruption, SASSA CEO, Totsie Memela, said:

Those that were working for the state and those that were working for the prison and those that were in outside countries that were continuing to get a grant, we have identified all the departments where people have worked.

She continued to say, "The DG (Deputy General) has written to all the DGs in that departments. We will ultimately do the collection but what we've done is, we've handed those people over to the Fusion Centre."

The Fusion Centre is the body that comprises of the Financial Intelligence Centre, Special Investigating Unit, State Security Agency, National Prosecuting Authority and the South African Police Services. They then deal with corruption in the country.

Zulu, whose department handles SASSA, said that these individuals will be held accountable by law. SASSA is said to be working hard on finding these criminals.

Many applicants have been approved for the SASSA COVID-19 grant, however, even though the grant has ended, they are still waiting on their payments. SASSA has announced that payments are underway and that those who have been approved will still get paid.

If you applied before 30 April but you're waiting for feedback, if you're approved or have already been, you will then still receive payments backdated from the month you applied. Payments will however only be made for the month of April or earlier.

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Dept Alarmed That Over 9000 Educators Refuse Vaccination

Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 11:24 Author Bulelani Dyomfana

The Gauteng Department of Basic Education says it is alarmed that more than 9000 educators and support staff, including those with comorbities, are refusing to take Covid-19 vaccination. We are now in week 2 of the education sector's vaccine rollout.


In a statement issued on Friday this past week, the Gauteng Department of Basic MEC Panyaza Lesufi said the department is alarmed that over 9 000 educators and support staff are refusing to take the vaccination.

We are very worried that nearly 10 000 of our personnel in the Gauteng education sector are, for one reason or the other, refusing to be vaccinated against this deadly virus which has wreaked havoc in our schools and communities by taking away our loved ones

Although the vaccination is done on a voluntary basis, the World Health Organisation (WHO), has encouraged people who are more likely to contract the virus including frontline workers such as, healthcare workers, educators, the elderly and people with other medical conditions to take the vaccination jabs.

The Department further states that vaccination could lessen the risking of spreading the infection or being infected by the virus.

The Department of Basic Education launched a nationwide vaccination program for the education sector on 23 June 2021 which as of 2 June, saw 53 154 educators and support staff out of 124 934 personnel at 56 sector-dedicated vaccination centres across the province.

Additionally, the statement says that refusal to vaccinate threaten the government's efforts to normalize schooling and the academic year.

[MEDIA STATEMENT]: The Gauteng Department of Education is extremely alarmed that 9 113 educators and support staff - some with comorbidities are refusing to take the life-saving COVID-19 vaccination jabs. @Lesufi @Steve_Mabona @GautengProvince @GautengHealth #VaccinesSaveLives pic.twitter.com/EzOU1S5p6z

— Gauteng Department of Education (@EducationGP1) July 2, 2021

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Will NSFAS Cover Nursing Courses?

Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 11:23 Author Sakinah Samuels

Nursing is a very popular career choice for people looking to begin their careers. If you're looking to study nursing and wondering whether you'll be funded by NSFAS, keep reading.


Are you an aspiring nurse and you're now doing your research on your road to get qualified? Wondering if the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) will cover your course? We have some answers.

NSFAS administers bursaries to those studying or wishing to study at one of South Africa's 26 public Universities or 50 public TVET Colleges.

This means that should you be pursuing a Nursing qualification at one of those institutions, you will be covered.

There are a bunch of Nursing Colleges in the country. However, because they are private institutions, you won't be able to get funding through NSFAS. There is however a chance that the institution has financial aid options available to you, which you can consult the college about.

A NSFAS bursary covers various things such as:

University Students

  • Tuition Fees
  • Accommodation As per the actual costs charged by the university (costs for private accommodation must not exceed costs for university residence)
  • Transport (up to 40 km from institution) R7 500  per year
  • Living allowance R15,000  per year
  • Book allowances R5200 per year
  • Incidental/personal care allowance R2900 per year for students in catered residences

TVET College Students

  • Tuition Fees
  • Accommodation
    • Urban area R24,000 per year
    • Peri-urban area R18,900 per year
    • Rural area R15,750 per year
  • Transport
    • up to 40 km from institution R7,350  per year
    • R7000 per year
  • Incidental/personal care allowance R2900 per year

NSFAS applciatiosn open around August/September every year and close in November/December of that same year. 

The main requirement to qualify for funding through NSFAS is that your household income must be between R0 and R350 000 per year. Applicants who are SASSA beneficiaries immediately qualify.

If you want to know more about the NSFAS bursary, click here to visit the NSFAS website.


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Why Are Lawyers Needed in South Africa?

Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 10:39 Author Melikhaya Zagagana

South Africa is a democratic state with a constitution founded in 1996 that ensures the importance of the rights of people. The people’s rights includes access to justice and the constitution grants individuals with freedom to fair representation in the courts of law or legal matters. This is only but the start of the reason why lawyers are needed in the country.


The importance of lawyers in South Africa can mean different things to different people but the function of this importance is centered around legal representation, and constitution of South Africa affirms the importance of fair justice.

The South African courts require legal representation for individuals to interpret legal terms and ensures their rights are not violated. The Constitution safeguards citizens against the violation of human rights and ensures fair representation in the courts of law or legal matters hence legal aid for those who can’t afford lawyers is provided.

Law is an important profession in our society and Professor David McQuoid-Mason the Acting Director at the Centre for Socio-studies at the University of Kwazulu Natal (UKZN) writes extensively about the functions and importance of legal representation in South Africa.

The requirement for legal representation is notable in the sense that trials can’t proceed without the insurance that those involved in disputes are represented legally in the courts.

The role of lawyers is not only centred in courts of law, but also serves as an advisor for relevant legal issues such as contracts and claims.

In recent years, legitimacy for lawyers has been questioned by many specifically in the avenue of claims where much corruption saw many losing their funds to dishonest lawyers. The Road Accident Fund (RAF) even decided to halt legal representation for claims of accidents.

The intervening act by RAF is applauded and inline with the constitution of South Africa to ensure people’s rights are not violated even by lawyers. This act doesn’t demote the importance of legal representation of claims but upholds constitutional rights of individuals.

The legal profession in South Africa is at the centre of our constitution to ensure fair trials are delivered in courts and people’s rights are protected in legal matters.

RELATED: Where To Study Law in South Africa

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ISFAP Opens Applications For 2022 Bursaries

Sakinah Samuels Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 09:48

Applications are now open for those interested in the bursary from the Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme, known as ISFAP. They provide bursaries to students who come from poor and missing middle backgrounds.

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The Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programmme (ISFAP) has opened their applications for their 2022 bursary.

Are you in Grade 12 with a family income between R350,000 and R600,000 and planning to study CA, Actuarial, Engineering, Medicine, Orthotics and Prosthetics? Do you need financial and wrap-around support for your studies?

ISFAP is a foundation that offers academic and psycho-social support to undergraduate students at their partnered universities.

RELATED: Which Courses And Universities Will The ISFAP Bursary Fund?

Students who fall under the "poor" category have a household income of R0 to R350 000 per annum and "missing middle" students have a household income of R350 000 to R600 000 per annum.

You will qualify for the funding depending on the following:

  • Household income
  • Academic criteria and registration
  • National benchmark test
  • Matric results
  • Funder constraints

The programme does a household means test for all applying students. Academic criteria and registration may vary for different institutions, however, include the National Benchmark test, matric results and funder constraints.

How To Apply
  1. Go to https://applyonline.isfap.co.za/.
  2. You will also need to submit the relevant documents

The bursary covers:

  • Tuition fees
  • Accommodation 
  • Food
  • Learning material (textbooks, calculators, etc.)
  • Living allowance/Pocket money 
  • Non-academic student support

After you submit your application, ISFAP then goes through the completed applications and respond to students applications with 'Pending' or 'Incomplete'. They then go through their internal processes such as testing and following that, they will release offers.

Students will receive a contract once they've been approved and this contract will have details about what will be covered and when funding will begin.

Visit the ISFAP website for more information on the ISFAP bursary.

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Bursary Opportunity At Association for Educational Transformation

Bronwyn Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 08:32

Bursary awards will be given to South African citizens, who are resident in the Western Cape and are registered at a Higher Education Institution in the Western Cape, unless otherwise stipulated by a particular donor.

Advertisement   Opportunity Details  ASSET Bursars

ASSET awards bursaries from the ASSET Educational Trust (AET) and from other individuals / trusts /organisations who wish to support students at tertiary institutions in the Western Cape.

Bursars will be supported for the duration of their undergraduate studies on condition that they show good progress and they re-apply each year.

Important note for learners in Grade 12

  • APPLY to the University or University of Technology of choice as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
  • ENSURE that you SUBMIT your required Grade 11 results and or your June Grade 12 results with your application, as per the requirements of your institution of choice.
  • Make sure that you meet ALL the institution’s deadlines to avoid disappointment, thus increasing your chances of enrolment in your chosen field of study.

Please ensure that certified copies of all available supporting documents are enclosed.
Application forms will not be accepted through fax. Hard copies of Application Forms are available from 1 July each year and may be collected from the office or posted to you on request.

Applications close on the 30th of September of each year and are accepted from the 1st of July.


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Bursary CA Programme 2022 Opportunity PWC

Bronwyn Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 05:16

Our CA training programme prepares you for the exciting world of business. This programme will expose you to impressive teams in a stimulating business environment.

Advertisement   Opportunity Details Bursary - CA Programme 2022

You can apply to our CA training programme any time during your studies, including Grade 12.

If your application is successful, your learnership will begin after you have completed your honours degree or once you’ve received your Certificate in the Theory of Accounting (CTA).


  • Grade 12 with matric exemption and university acceptance
  • Mathematics and English as subjects (Maths Literacy doesn’t qualify)
  • An average of 60% for all your subjects
  • Proficiency in English and strong communication skills

Location - Office Worcester, Johannesburg, Gqeberha, Durban, Mahikeng, Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Pietermaritzburg, Kimberley, Robertson, Secunda, Emalahleni, East London, Stellenbosch, Nelspruit


Opportunity Closing Date Thursday, 30 September, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity PWC Article Categories Article Category Bursaries 2021 Tags Tags

PWC Graduate Training Contract 2021 Opportunities

Bronwyn Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 05:09

As a graduate you have your sights set on getting into the working world and starting the on-the-job training that will launch your career. 

Opportunity Details PWC Youth Opportunities

As a student or graduate there are several exciting opportunities within the PwC family.

Our training programmes are underpinned by a learning environment that broadens and deepens your knowledge, and stresses the relative importance of learning from doing, learning from others and formal training.

  • Advisory Graduate Programmes (2)
  • Assurance Graduate Programmes (13)
  • Current Learner Opportunities (1)
  • Internal Firm Services (IFS) Graduate Programmes (0)
  • Tax Graduate Programmes (1)

Our graduate training programme is underpinned by a development framework that broadens and deepens your knowledge. You'll learn from hands-on coaching and an outstanding variety of work. You'll gain business, personal and technical skills you can use across the business and throughout your career.

Skills required include: obtaining consistent passes in all subjects from first year through to final year, proficiency in English, good communication and interpersonal skills, drive, determination, leadership potential, deadline driven, keen attention to detail, logical thinking,

Participating in extramural activities at school and/or university will be advantageous,

You will be expected to progress steadily throughout the three years in order to qualify as a CA(SA), this includes writing the qualifying exams and achieving the necessary core hours as prescribed by SAICA,

Core experience obtained during your learnership includes auditing, accounting, financial management, secretarial systems, taxation and estates, business information systems.

A training contract is a learnership contract with a registered training office.

During your traineeship you will be able to put into practice the theory you have learned at university.

You will be working in a challenging business environment, travelling to clients on most days, and you will interact with people on various levels.

Register your profile here

SELECT HERE: Learners and school leavers, Undergraduates and graduates




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Vacancy Post Available At Gauteng Health Government

Bronwyn Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 04:47

Job opportunities post varies from CLIENT INFORMATION CLERK, and: CLEANING SUPERVISOR with entry requirements from  Grade 12 / Matric. 

Opportunity Details Gauteng Government Vacancies


REF NO: REFS/011402 (X2 POST)


  • Grade 12 with appropriate 1-year Higher certificate in a recognized institution in Office Assistant/Administration/ Business Management/ Public Management/Public relations and a minimum of 5 years’ experience in health institution.
  • At least a minimum of 3 years of the period referred to above must be experience in Quality Assurance. Knowledge in customer care service programs.
  • Knowledge and understanding of legislative framework applicable to practice in public health facility. Computer literacy in MS Office Package (MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint).
  • Presentation skills.
  • The applicant must have ability to interact with diverse stakeholders, health care users and givers.
  • Good communication skills, Report writing skills, Facilitation skills, Problem solving skills, Good interpersonal relations, ability to work under pressure.


REF NO: TDHS/A/2021/54 (X2 POST)


  • Grade 12 / Administration Qualification or equivalent with Mathematics, Math’s literacy or Accounting as a subject.
  • 1 Year experience in administrative work.
  • Experience in Health Facilities and NGO Administrative system will be an added advantage


REFS NO: SBAH 70/2021


  • Grade 12 or equivalent qualifications.
  • Background health care will be an added advantage.
  • Good interpersonal relations and communication skills.
  • Must be able to cope with the physical demands of the position.
  • Be able to work in a team and under pressure.
  • Willing to work shifts, weekends, Public holidays and Nights

So much more available....


Applications must be submitted on New form Z83 (application form), obtainable from any Public Service Department. Certified copies of all required documents must be attached. No copy of a copy.

Applications must be submitted or hand delivered to the relevant department.




Opportunity Closing Date Friday, 16 July, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Gauteng Government Departments Article Categories Article Category Government Jobs Tags Tags

Current Vacancies At Western Cape Government

Bronwyn Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 04:33

If you wish to apply for jobs at the Western Cape Government please go to the following sites below and follow instructions on how to apply.

Opportunity Details



  • Basic numeracy and literacy.
  • Experience: Appropriate experience as a cleaner within a Hospital environment and experience in Waste management
  • Inherent requirement of the job: The ability to do physical tasks and operate heavy duty cleaning and household equipment. Excellent health status- be able to work with cleaning materials and lifting of equipment. Render a shift service on weekends and public holidays, on day and night duty when required. Rotate in different departments according to operational needs and requirements.
  • Competencies (knowledge/skills): Appropriate knowledge of routine cleaning processes, Terminal Cleaning and handling cleaning equipment. Ability to effectively communicate in at least two of the three official languages spoken of the Western Cape



  • Basic numeracy and literacy.
  • Experience: Appropriate experience.
  • Inherent requirement of the job: Must be physically fit and able to be on your feet for long periods. Must have the ability to lift heavy loads.
  • Competencies (knowledge/skills): Good communication skills in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape. Good Interpersonal skills.Basic computer literacy skills



  • General Education and Training Certificate (GETC)/Grade 9 (Std 7).
  • Experience: Appropriate experience and knowledge of CSSD.
  • Competencies (knowledge/skills): Knowledge of the Sterilisation process. Good interpersonal and numerical skills. The ability to work in a team environment and independently. Effective cleaning and packing abilities of heavy equipment. Good reading and writing skills in at least two of the official languages of the Western Cape



  • Senior Certificate with Typing or Computyping or Computer Applications Technology as major.
  • Experience: Appropriate Secretarial, Personal Assistant or Office Management experience.
  • Competencies (knowledge/skills): Ability to ensure confidentiality of sensitive information. Ability to use own initiative and work independently. Ability to work accurately and work under pressure. Advanced computer literacy (MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint). Excellent organisation, planning and co-ordinating skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape. Good interpersonal skills



  • Senior Certificate/Grade 12 (or equivalent). Experience: Appropriate experience within the Health Information Management environment.
  • Inherent requirement of the job: Valid (Code B/EB) driver’s licence.
  • Competencies (knowledge/skills): Proficiency in at least two of the three languages of the Western Cape. Working knowledge and experience around PHC data (including HAST data). Knowledge with regards departmental information systems. Advance computer literacy (MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint) good numerical, organisational and analytical thinking skills

APPLICATION : Applicants apply online: www.westerncape.gov.za/health-jobs (click “online applications”)

NOTE : No payment of any kind is required when applying for this post.



Opportunity Closing Date Friday, 9 July, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Western Cape Government Article Categories Article Category Government Jobs Tags Tags

Department of Water and Sanitation Vacancies 2021

Bronwyn Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 04:29

Do you have a matric qualification or equivalent? The Department of Water and Sanitation is offering various opportunities.

Opportunity Details The Department of Water Sanitation Vacancies 2021


REF NO: 090721/12 (X2 POSTS)


  • A Senior / Grade 12 certificate. Basic knowledge of financial functions, practices as well as the ability to capture data, operate computer and collate financial statistics.
  • Basic knowledge and insight of the Public Service financial legislations, procedures and Treasury regulations (PFMA, PPPFA, Financial Manual).
  • Knowledge of basic financial operating systems (BAS, LOGIS etc.)
  • People and Diversity Management.
  • Client Orientation and Customer Focus.


REF NO: 090721/13


  • A Senior / Grade 12 Certificate with Mathematics / Mathematical Literacy.
  • Computer literacy.
  • Basic knowledge in handling laboratory equipment and laboratory safety.
  • Good communication skills (both verbal and written).
  • Good interpersonal, planning and executing skills.
  • Be able to perform administrative duties.
  • Proven knowledge of MS Office.
  • Proven Advance knowledge of MS Excel would be an advantage.
  • Knowledge of clerical functions, practices as well as the ability to capture data.
  • Operate computer and collate administrative statistics.
  • Basic knowledge of problem solving and analysis.
  • Accountability and ethical conduct.
  • Good communication skills both (verbal and written).
  • Telephone etiquette
  • Willingness to acquire new skills


REF NO: 090721/14 (X2 POSTS)


  • An ABET certificate. Able to read and write. One (1) to two (2) years’ experience / knowledge of general work conducted in the civil construction environment.
  • Experience in performing manual work will be an added advantage.
  • Knowledge of general work in handling equipment and appliances.
  • Knowledge of working on various general work projects.
  • Basic knowledge of chemical use (dilution/mix) and chemical product knowledge.
  • Basic knowledge of daily maintenance procedures for efficient machine/equipment performance.
  • Basic knowledge in supporting water utilization.
  • Basic understanding of Government legislation.
  • Communication skills and ability to work in a team.
  • Must be punctual, productive and loyal.
  • Must be punctual, productive and loyal.
  • Must be able to work around rivers, dams and canals.
  • Must be able to work away from the office for long periods and stay at camping sites for extended periods.


REF NO: 090721/15


  • An ABET certificate. Knowledge of cleaning principles.
  • Knowledge of chemical use (dilution / mix).
  • Knowledge of cleaning equipment to be used.
  • Knowledge of health and safety requirements.
  • Knowledge of basic record keeping.
  • Basic understanding of applying safety rules.
  • Basic understanding of applying or using chemicals correctly.
  • Good communication interpersonal relations.
  • Cleaning experience will be an advantage
  How to apply:

Interested applicants must submit their applications for employment to the e-mail address specified on each post.

Applications must be submitted using the newly implemented Z83 form obtainable on the Department of Water and Sanitations website, under career opportunities or the DPSA website, under vacancies in the Public Service (point 4) and should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV as well as copies of qualifications and Identity document (all documents must be submitted in one email in a PDF format.


CLOSING DATE : 09 July 2021

The attachment/s, may not exceeding 10mb) Subject title on the email must clearly display the reference number of the post applied for.

Applicants should forward applications to the correct email address of the post as wrong emailed applications will not be considered. No late, applications will be accepted. Original/certified copies must be produced by only shortlisted candidates during the interview date.

A SAQA evaluation report must accompany foreign qualifications.

Applications that do not comply with the above mentioned requirements will not be considered.

All shortlisted candidates pertaining to Senior Management Services (SMS) posts will be subjected to a technical and competency assessment and a pre-entry certificate obtained from the National School of government is required prior to the appointment.

(Individuals who have completed the course already, and who are therefore in possession of a certificate are welcome to submit such, however it is not required that an applicant submit such when applying for the post prior to the closing date.

The link for the completion of the course for the certificate for the pre-entry into SMS can be found on http://www.thensg.gov.za/training-course/sms-pre-entry-programme/.

Candidates will be required to complete a financial disclosure form and undergo a security clearance. Foreigners or dual citizenship holders must provide a police clearance certificate from country of origin.

The Department of Water Sanitation is an equal opportunity employer. In the filling of vacant posts, the objectives of section 195 (1) (i) of the Constitution of South Africa, 1996 (Act No: 108 of 1996), the Employment Equity imperatives as defined by the Employment Equity Act, 1998 (Act No: 55 of 1998) and relevant Human Resources policies of the Department will be taken into consideration. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only.

If you do not hear from us within two (2) months of this advertisement, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. The department reserves the right not to fill these positions.

Women and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply and preference will be given to the EE Targets.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE VACANCY ADVERT 2021 Opportunity Closing Date Friday, 9 July, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Department of Water and Sanitation Article Categories Article Category Government Jobs Tags Tags

2021 South Africa Campus Recruitment At Huawei

Bronwyn Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 04:00

Are you a technical graduate seeking recruitment in the digital world? Do you have top IT technical skills to join Huawei? 

Advertisement   Opportunity Details Service Class International Graduates

Location: South Africa/Johannesburg

You will be part of the Huawei South Africa Delivery& Service team.

  • Be responsible for software development support to delivery project, include the Fixed, Mobile, Core, IT product line projects.
  • Collect tooling request from projects, understand the project delivery progress and tooling request.
  • Design the tooling structure and integrate to existing systems/tools
  • Develop suitable tools to enhance the efficacy of the project delivery.
  • Update project workflow and progress, and adapt the tools to match the request.

Position Requirements

Business Requirements:

  • Have strong learning capabilities.
  • Be able to quickly master the service processes related to Huawei digital delivery and apply them to design and development.
  • Be able to independently complete the design and development of small or medium sized software architecture, quickly locate technical problems, and provide solutions.
  • Be able to communicate with technical teams about the solution and promote the implementation of the solution.

Important: To be considered for this role, applicants must be either South African Citizens, or are eligible to live and work in South Africa.


Opportunity Closing Date Thursday, 15 July, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity Huawei Article Categories Article Category Internships 2021 Tags Tags

Engineering Bursary Scheme At SPEBS - SAICE

Bronwyn Monday, 5 July, 2021 - 03:32

SPEBS assists the financially needy and academically deserving students who study towards a National Diploma or a Degree in Civil Engineering at any of South Africa’s tertiary institutions.

Advertisement   Opportunity Details

SPEBS is a bursary scheme that was initiated in 1992 by the South African Institute of Civil Engineering Technicians and Technologists (SAICET).

The abbreviation is short for “SAICET Patrons’ Engineering Bursary Scheme”. 

. Bursaries are awarded to National Diploma students after having passed their first level (S1) examination and to degree students after having passed their first year examinations.

Bursaries are granted per semester and are dependent on the student’s examination results.

These funds are intended to partially cover registration, tuition and books. We work closely with various tertiary institutions to identify qualifying students

. Before funds are released, successful candidates need to provide us with proof of registration for the intended semester of study at the institution concerned.

Bursary cheques are then made out to the tertiary institution to be credited to the bursar’s account.


To be considered for a bursary, an applicant must have completed all the subjects from previous study levels.


Opportunity Closing Date Saturday, 31 July, 2021 - 12:00 Company Offering the Opportunity SPEBS - SAICE Article Categories Article Category Bursaries 2021 Tags Tags



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The Portuguese National Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) is offering a scholarship for PhD graduates. This scholarship will be awarded in collaboration with the Atlantic International Research Centre (AIR Centre).

Through this scholarship programme, ten PhD grants will be offered to candidates studying in the following fields:

You have the chance to study in Ireland! The Kader Asmal Fellowship Programme is aimed at offering fully-funded scholarship opportunities to South African students. Selected students will be chosen to study at Master’s level in Ireland’s Higher Education Institutions.

Students from Historically Disadvantaged Institutions are encouraged to apply.

Matric learners are invitied to take part in the The University of Free State star of stars competition. 

Learners who are top academic achievers and residing in the Free State province will be considered. Applicants must have applied to study at the UFS before the closing date in order to enter the Star of Stars competition.

SATI is awarding bursaries for Undergraduate and Postgraduate studies.

Bursaries will be awarded in the following fields of study:

Are you in high school and in need of funding for your studies?  The South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) wants to help you study further.

Learners from grades 8 to 12 are invited to apply for funding. You can get funding regardless of your subject choices!

Closing date: 30 September 2021.