Northern Coal: Graduate / Internship Programme 2019

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Closing Date: 16 November 2018

Ref: NC2019 / 1T

Northern Coal is offering internships to currently unemployed individuals who have completed a tertiary qualification and are seeking post-graduate experience.

  • Mining Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Metallurgy
  • Geology
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Survey
  • Environmental Health

Qualifications and Requirements

Note: Applications must include:

  • Detailed CV
  • Certified copies of relevant qualifications and Academic Record
  • Applicants will be screened and will be subjected to an assessment process

MHSA Requirement

The successful candidate must be in possession of a valid certificate of fitness or be in a position to obtain one as per the requirements of the Mine Health and Safety Act.

Personal Attributes

  • Self-disciplined and energetic • Positive and Safe attitude • Creative original • Problem solving skills . Must be positive and serious about his / her own development • Good communication skills • Be able to work in a Team Environment • Subordination to supervision

Please forward your detailed CV with a reference number to:

If no response is received within two weeks after closing date it can be assumed that your application was unsuccessful

Ackermans: Graduate / Internship Programme 2019

Image result for ackermans working hoursLocation: Kuilsrivier, Cape Town

Are you a recent graduate seeking to gain work experience? If you hold a 3 year completed qualification in Finance or Accounting, then this could be what you have been waiting for!

Recent graduates are invited to apply and experience the working life in our Finance team, at one of the leading retailers!

This amazing opportunity will expose you to our various Finance disciplines allowing you to develop strong analytical and numerical skills; work with multiple deadlines, volume and extreme pressure.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Attention to detail

How To Apply

Intern: Finance Systems

  • • BCom Degree (Finance, Accounting, Information Systems)

Apply Online for the Ackermans Financial Systems Graduate / Internship Programme

Intern: Central Finance

  • Three-year recognised qualification (Finance / Accounting)

Apply Online for the Ackermans Finance Graduate / Internship Programme

Internship: 1x Buying & 1x Product Technology (Fixed term contract ending 31 December 2019)

  • 3 year Diploma or Degree in Clothing Management / Production or Fashion Design
  • No prior full time work experience in your field of study
  • South African citizenship

Apply Online for the Ackermans Buying & Product Technology Graduate / Internship Programme

Marketing Intern: Cellular (Contract Ending 31 December 2019)

  • Recent Graduate with a Diploma or Degree in Marketing

Apply Online for the Ackermans Cellular Graduate / Internship Programme

Intern: Marketing

  • Recent Graduate with a Diploma or Degree in Marketing

Apply Online for the Ackermans Marketing Graduate / Internship Programme

Department of Water Affairs SA

SALARY : R183 438 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE : Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : National Diploma degree in Secretarial/Office Administration or relevant
qualification. Three (3) to five (5) years experience in secretarial duties and
general administration. Knowledge of administrative procedures. Knowledge in
secretarial duties, computer literacy with advance typing, sound organizational
skills, communication skills (written and verbal), problem solving skills,
interpersonal relations skills, ability to work under pressure and willingness to
work after hours when required, ability to handle confidential information, basic
financial management and knowledge of PFMA. Client orientation and customer
focus, accountability and ethical conduct.


DUTIES : Scrutinise all incoming correspondence. Preparation of presentations. Arrange or
organize workshops and meeting. Represent the manager at certain meetings
and workshops. Manage office quiries. Management of the office budget.
Manage and supervise office human resources. Manage office procurement.
Organise proper filing of documents in the office of the CFO.
ENQUIRIES : Ms ONV Fundakubi Tel. (012) 336 7219/6898

Sasol: Internship Programme 2019

Closing Date: 16 November 2018
Operating Entity: SHR: Group HR Operations
Primary Reporting: Manager Wellbeing
Geographical area: Secunda, Mpumalanga
Type of employment: Permanent
Design, coordinate, execute and integrate activities which are required to be implemented in execution of the SA Regional HR strategy and in accordance with Operating Model Entity requirements. This includes initiation, execution, managing and overseeing the implementation of Wellness related interventions on an end-to-end basis at a tactical level with the following specific focus areas:
  • Absenteeism management
  • Financial management
  • Stress and resilience management
  • Disability management
  • Disease management
  • Psychosocial wellness
  • Risk management including death, disability and retirement cover
This key integration role ensures that Wellbeing interventions enhance Sasol’s Employee Value Proposition (EVP) through cost-effective programmes that support the high performance culture by positively influencing productivity, employee morale, the physical and mental state of employees, financial management as well as line managers’ ability to manage employees more effectively.
Ensure that agreed upon service delivery commitments are met.
Responsible for the design and implementation of Wellbeing interventions in line with Operating Model Entity requirements aligned to Sasol’s Employee Value proposition, SA Regional requirements
Responsible for the design and implementation of Wellbeing initiatives, products and services relating to HIV/AIDS, financial well-being, trauma defusing and debriefing, psycho-social well-being, disease management and absenteeism management
Perform cost benefit and ROI analysis on Wellbeing initiatives to understand effectiveness of these interventions.
Cost awareness and control
Obtain buy-in from line management on Wellbeing initiatives through education and proof of cost effective delivery mechanisms and products to ensure an ongoing and increasing focus on employee wellness
Ensure that the quality of all interventions are measured
Analysing and interpreting benchmarked Sasol Medical Aid data to other organisations.
Deliver quality, cost effective service and support on time every time.
Continuously monitor quality of interventions and services rendered by obtaining customer feedback
Manage and implement interventions to reduce sick leave.
Assist the Operating Model Entity with specific interventions to reduce absenteeism rate and cost.
Benchmark Operating Model Entity absenteeism rate with Sasol South Africa and the industry.
Report on the Sasol HIV programme to the Department of Health
Support the Business Unit with technical expertise and advice
Share expertise regarding wellbeing freely and often.
Utilise external service providers contracted to Sasol to deliver holistic Wellbeing services to employees and manage the outcomes and deliverables of such interventions.
Take all reasonable steps to protect confidentiality of employees.
Measure the effectiveness of wellbeing initiatives against predetermined and approved metrics.
Support Operating Model Entity in consistently implementing effective disability management processes.
Integrate, analyse and report on status of wellness status of employees and effectiveness of interventions to the Business Unit.
Important to note:
    • Preference will be given to applicants from designated groups, in line with Sasol Employment Equity plan
Required entry Years of relevant experience and qualifications:
    • 6 years’ experience in HR
    • Bachelor Degree (Industrial psychology/medical related)
Note: Failure to provide Sasol with truthful information and valid documents will render your application null and void. If you don’t hear from us within a month (30 days) after the closing date of the advert, please regard your application as unsuccessful.


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Set of working responsibilities : At KFC, we feed the world. However, we accomplish more than top individuals off. We satisfy their life. Our suppers matter, and when we serve them with southern neighborliness, we make our client’s day. So our occupations are in excess of a paycheck – they’re tied in with being free, having a great time, and making new companions.

As a Team Member, you could be the grinning face that welcomes and serves clients. Or on the other hand you could be the cook that readies our reality renowned chicken (and tell your companions you know the “mystery” – just kiddin’). Whatever activity you do, you comprehend what you do matters – to your group and to your clients.


What are we searching for? Fortunately your preparation will show you all that you have to know to prevail at work. In any case, there are a couple of abilities you ought to have from the get-go: You’re a fun and inviting individual who esteems clients and takes supreme pride in all that you do. You like talking – a great deal – even to outsiders (in spite of what your Mom let you know). This is essential, since you’re not ready to instant message clients.

You have state of mind the correct sort obviously – and comprehend the should be on time, constantly. With heaps of vitality, you comprehend that work is less demanding and more fun filling in as a group. What’s more, you’re somewhere around 16 years of age. Remember, this is simply essential data. You’ll discover more after you apply. What’s more, autonomously claimed diversified or authorized areas may have distinctive necessities. We have incredible occupations for individuals simply beginning their professions, searching for an adaptable second activity or proceeding to work after retirement. In the event that you need a fun, adaptable employment and be a piece of a triumphant group, discover now why Life Tastes Better with KFC.

Apply today!

Netcare is Looking For People To Train Them to Became a Nurses

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South Africa has a great need for skilled, qualified emergency care providers. The profession has grown enormously over the last 25 years. It can no longer be considered a job but rather a professional calling. A commitment to patient care, professional integrity and lifelong learning is vital to success in this career. You can qualify as a paramedic in two ways: University education: Certain universities offer a four-year Bachelor’s degree in Emergency Care (BTech). Graduates of this programme are qualified as Advanced Life Support practitioners able to provide the highest level of pre-hospital emergency care available.
Contact the university of your choice for further information on costs and entrance requirements.
A two year National Certificate is also available, the Emergency Care Technician (ECT) course. This qualification is also offered by certain institutions and graduates will work under the indirect control of a BTech paramedic. ER24 does not offer the ECT course. Short Course Education

ER24 AEA class of 2013.

Back row: Cassandra Gibhard, Jane Hanekom, Izak Snyman, Mohau Ratsui.

Front row: Wynand Hawkins, Ignatia Ntuli, Belinda Letuka, Mueen Small.
Basic Ambulance Assistant (BAA) – Basic Life Support: Seven-week course, entry-level requirement for a career in emergency services.

Ambulance Emergency Assistant (AEA) – Intermediate Life Support: Four month course that builds on the foundation laid during the BAA course.

Matric certificate

Current HPCSA registration as a BAA for at least six months

1000 documented, verifiable hours of patient care experience as a BAA
Critical Care Assistant (CCA) – Advanced Life Support: Eleven month course that qualifies successful candidates as Advanced Life Support paramedics. Highest level of short course training.

Matric certificate

Current HPCSA registration as an AEA for at least one year

1000 documented, verifiable hours of patient care experience as an AEA

ER24 does not currently offer the CCA course but we are hoping to offer it in the near future. Please keep in contact with the college should you be interested in the CCA course.

Which Route Should I Choose?
This is a personal choice which will depend on many factors including academic performance, finances, location and personal preference. Many candidates who have recently matriculated, have the required academic record and can afford to attend university full-time for four years choose the degree route. Many others who do not have the means to attend university choose the short course route. There has been a move to discontinue short-course training in favour of university education. The latest directive from the ministry of health is that short course training will continue in its current form for the foreseeable future, until further clarity and agreement has been reached.
Employment in Emergency Medical Services
There are two major employers in the emergency services industry, namely the government and private emergency services. Minimum requirements are typically HPCSA registration as a BAA, a valid driver’s licence and a Professional Driving Permit (PDP).
There is currently an oversupply of BLS providers in the country. BLS practitioners may need perseverance and commitment to secure full-time employment in the industry.
There is a significant demand for ILS and ALS providers. As such, the demand for training in these areas is high. Please note that the ER24 Training Academy does not facilitate employment and completion of one of our courses does not imply automatic employment with the company.
Should you already meet the minimum requirements mentioned above, please register on on our careers portal: Click Here
Apply Online For Free Here
ER24 does not have a volunteer programme. Registered professionals may be employed on a part-time basis to fulfil a specific need at a Branch. Please contact the Branch Manager at your nearest ER24 base should you be interested in part-time work.
Thank you for considering a career in pre-hospital emergency care. Our country is in need of dedicated, skilled people committed to the highest standards of emergency medical care. Should you be considering a career in the emergency services, we are more than willing to consult with you and assist you in your decision. Please feel free to contact us for further assistance:
The Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) governs the standards of all medical training in South Africa. Their website contains a list of all institutions accredited to run Emergency Care training


Alexander Forbes: Graduate / Internship Programme 2019

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Closing Date: 15 November 2018
Location: Sandton, Port Elizabeth, Durban and Cape Town

This opportunity is for young, talented graduates who have completed a degree or 3-year diploma, seeking workplace experience within the Financial and Insurance industry.


  • Must have completed a national recognised Degree or 3-year Diploma
  • Must have passed English and another South African language in Grade 12 (Matric)
  • Must be of South African nationality
  • Must be between the ages of 18-30
  • Must be unemployed
  • Must be willing to commit to complete the 12-month Internship

Fields of study

Qualifications we look for include, but are not limited to the following disciplines:

  • Accounting
  • Internal auditing
  • Actuarial science
  • Finance
  • Mathematics
  • Informatics
  • Statistics
  • Business science
  • Risk
  • Investments
  • Human resource development or management
  • Law
  • Information technology

Job Specification…


  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Adaptability
  • Team work
  • Learning and researching
  • Attention to detail
  • Initiative
  • Client Service Orientation

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Alexander Forbes Graduate / Internship Programme

Please note : If you do not receive feedback within 2 months please consider your application unsuccessful

Transnet: Graduate / Internship Programme for PWD 2019

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Transnet Engineering is offering an internship programme for People with Disabilities (PWD)
Only applications via through Transnet recruitment portal OR TRE.DbnRecruitment@transnet.netwill be accepted. Candidates must meet all an adherence / minimu requirement of the vacancies



  • Applicants must be SA citizens
  • Applications should include: Type of disability If reasonable accommodation is required
  • Medical certificate from a registered medical practitioner confirming the disability
  • CV
  • Certified ID copy
  • Certified 3 year National Diploma / B Degree
Traineeship for Peope with Disabilities (Ref: 30011257)Location: GermistonApplicants must have a 3 year National Diploma / B Degree in the following disciplines:

  • Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, Industrial)
  • Operations Management
  • Production Management
  • Human Resources / Industrial Psychology / Labour Relations
  • IT / Computer Science
  • Finance
  • Communications / Journalism
  • Supply Chain
  • Logistics Management
  • Law / LLB
  • Safety Management
  • Environmental Management
  • Marketing

Email :

Fax : 0866826998

Trainee for People with Disabilities (Ref: 30011256)Location: Durban

Applicants must have a 3 year National Diploma / B Degree in the following disciplines:

  • Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, Industrial)
  • Operations Management
  • Production Management
  • Human Resources / Industrial Psychology / Labour Relations
  • IT/ Computer Science
  • Finance
  • Supply Chain
  • Quality Management
  • Safety Management
  • Environmental Management
  • Office Management

Traineeship for People with Disabilities (Ref: 30011255)Location: Kilner Park, Pretoria

  • National Diploma:Environmental Health,
  • National Diploma: Safety Management,
  • National Diploma: Environmental Management,
  • National Diploma Environmental Engineering,
  • LLB degree
  • Bcomm degree in Auditing,
  • National Diploma or B degree in Financial and Risk Management

Traineeship for People with Disabilities (Ref: 30011269)

  • An applicant must have a 3 year National Diploma / BTech in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering

Traineeship for People with Disabilities (Ref: 30011269)

  • Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, Industrial)
  • Operations Management
  • Production Management

Traineeship for People with Disabilities (Ref: 30011262)

Applicants must have a 3 year National Diploma / B Degree in the following disciplines:

  • Bcomm Accounting,Bcomm Finance:Accounting,Finance Management,Taxation

More Information:

Pep Store is Hiring

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To promote sales, reduce losses, manage stock, manage people and control expenses in order to meet business targets.

• Increase sales
• Stock loss
• Drive a low cost business according to company standards
• Ensure administrative duties within the store are in accordance with company standards
• Management of team

• Grade 12
• Business related tertiary qualification would be an advantage
• Computer Literate
• Strong Leadership abilities – giving recognition and support, giving direction and guidance, communicating and interacting, service orientation
• Management abilities – Planning, Organising and Control; Problem solving, Decision making & Analysing

CLOSING DATE:   Thursday, 06 September 2018

Should you meet the above criteria, please submit a brief CV of not more than 2 pages or fax to 031-201-9220.

If you do not hear from us within 4 weeks of the closing date of this position, please regard your application as being unsuccessful.

Pep strives for equal opportunity in terms of employment equity guidelines.


Other job visit PEP STORE WEBSITE 



(1) Government subsidy housing (2) Community Residential Units (3) Upgrading of Informal Settlements Programme (4) Emergency Housing Programme (6) Finance Linked Individual Subsidy Programme. (5) Social Housing To apply for any of these, you have to register with your municipality or provincial Department of Human Settlements. You will need to be over 18, and either a South African citizen with an identity book or card, or a foreign resident with a permanent residency permit. Different housing projects are designed for different incomes and so you may also have to provide proof of your monthly income. Depending on where you are, you will be listed on a Municipal Housing Demand Database or your province’s Housing Needs Register. When new projects are built you might be allocated housing. Remember to keep your proof of registration. If you move let the department where you applied know so they can find you if your house becomes available. Note: allocation of government built houses is complex. Each municipality or province has different systems for housing allocation, and so the information here is only a guide of what is available and how to apply. Each municipality has its own system for appeals, but each province’s MEC is allowed to review applications on a case-by-case basis. If your application gets rejected, try contacting your MEC of Human Settlements for help. Government subsidy housing (commonly known as RDP houses) These are houses that have been built by the government and are given to low income families. Government Subsidy houses are owned, not rented, by beneficiaries. To qualify for an RDP house you must meet the National Housing Subsidy Scheme criteria. This means you must be:

A South African citizen Over 21 and mentally competent to sign a contract Married or living with a partner, or single and have dependants (single military veterans or aged people without dependents also qualify) Earn less than R3,500 per month per household (so if two people in your family earn and these earnings amount to more than R3,500 per month you will not qualify) A first time government subsidy recipient A first time home owner If you are disabled you are supposed to be given preference and your house is supposed to be adapted to meet your needs. To apply for a government Subsidy house take the following documents to a provincial office of the DHS, or your municipal offices: Applicant and spouse’s identity documents (green book or ID card) Certified copies of birth certificates of children Proof of income if working, e.g. salary slip You will be asked to fill in a housing subsidy application form. Depending on your province or municipality, you will then be registered on the National Housing Needs Register or your Municipal Housing Demands Database. This is a “waiting list”. Once the project is finalized and the houses built, you will be given keys and a title deed to your home, but it can take many years. It is illegal to sell an RDP house before you’ve lived in it for eight years. It is illegal to rent out an RDP house. To check how far you are on the waiting list for a house call 0800 146 873 or go to your municipality’s website. Note: There is a common misconception that individual ward councillors are involved with the allocation process. They are not! Ward councillors can tell you where to go and who to speak to so that you can register on the housing database, but a ward councillor is not involved in the allocation of houses and you shouldn’t pay a ward councillor to take up your case. Community Residential Units and Housing Programme (CRU) This housing programme is also aimed at households who earn less than R3,500 per month. CRU housing units are for rent and not for sale. This project is aimed at refurbishing inner city buildings and hostels. The municipality will charge you rent to cover the municipal rates of the house. To qualify for CRU housing, you must be: Married or living with a partner or a single person with dependents A South African citizen Over the age of eighteen and mentally competent to sign a contract Have a monthly household income of between R800 to R3,500. Registered on the Municipal Housing Demand Database/National Housing Needs Register If you have previously owned property, you are still allowed to apply for CRU. To apply for CRU housing, you must visit your local municipal office and take: Your ID Certified copy of your spouse’s ID Certified copies of birth certificates of children Payslips and bank statements. Upgrading of Informal Settlements Programme (UISP) This programme tries to provide running water, sanitation, electricity and roads to informal settlements, but not necessarily houses. If your informal settlement receives UISP funding, you can later apply for housing construction assistance through other programmes. To qualify for a UISP, you must meet all the National Housing Subsidy Scheme criteria (see Government Subsidy Housing above), but also people who meet the following criteria can apply: Household with income of more than R3,500 per month People without dependents Child-headed households People who used to own property The following people’s applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis: Undocumented immigrants People who have previously received housing assistance and who previously owned and/or currently own a residential property You cannot apply for UISP. Municipalities identify informal settlements in their area that need upgrades and then apply to their provincial department’s MEC for funding. After funding has been set aside, your community will be invited to come to planning meetings to determine the needs of your community. Caution: This can be a difficult process. A lot of municipalities prefer to relocate entire informal settlements instead of upgrading it because getting engineering services into overcrowded informal settlements can be difficult. Put pressure on your ward councillors and municipal officials to ensure that the budget for UISP is used for upgrading your settlement. “Gap” housing If you earn more than R3,500 but less than R15,000 per month (which is the minimum amount needed to qualify for a home loan from a bank), there are some state-driven housing initiatives which apply to you. Financed Linked Individual Subsidy Programme (FLISP) FLISP helps people who qualify for a home loan to buy a house for the first time. FLISP gives you a grant which can be used to reduce the initial loan amount. This will make your monthly repayments lower. Depending on how much you earn, you can apply for a grant up to R87,000. FLISP grants can be used for both existing houses and to build a new one. Besides getting approval for a home loan and earning between R3,500 and R15,000 per month, you must meet the same criteria as described for RDP houses above. To apply for a FLISP grant, you must first go to your bank or financial institution and apply for a home loan. For that you will need: Certified copy of your South African ID or passport/permanent residence permit Copy of your signed Offer to Purchase the house or property Proof of your current residential address Official salary slip or stamped bank statement showing the last three months of income To qualify for a home loan you have to be over 21, have been employed for a minimum of six months, have no defaults on your credit profile and earn above the minimum salary requirement as decided by your chosen bank. If your home loan application is denied, your FLISP application will not be considered. Once this has been completed: Ask for an “Approval in Principle” letter from the bank. Register on the FLISP website: or go to your municipal offices to register for a FLISP grant. Compile the following certified documents for your application: Home Loan Approval in Principle letter from your bank Completed FLISP application form available from National Housing Finance Corporation (NHFC) website RSA ID document or permanent residence permit Certified copies of birth certificates/RSA IDs of all your dependents, and proof of foster children guardianship (where applicable) Proof of marriage, civil union or partnership (an affidavit can be done for the latter) Divorce settlement (where applicable) Spouse’s death certificate (where applicable) Proof of monthly income Agreement of sale for the property or building contract and approved building plan (where applicable) Once this is done, your completed FLISP application will be sent to the National Housing Finance Corporation to be processed. Social housing programme (SHP) Municipalities and provincial governments can subsidise companies to develop new housing projects if some of the houses are rented as affordable housing. This makes the building and planning of the projects cheaper, which makes rent lower. Each municipality has to conduct an Integrated Development Plan every five years to see what the housing needs are. Participating in your community’s Integrated Development Plan Representative forum is a good way to communicate your housing needs to the municipality. SHPs are mainly (but not only) for households earning between R3,500 and R7,500 per month. You can qualify even if you have benefited from other housing projects in the past, but you may not currently own property. Couples (married or living together) qualify, or single people with dependents. To apply for an SHP, approach your local housing office about planned SHP projects in your area. Depending on the province and project, you may have to apply directly to the institution or company that is managing the SHP. It will have its own screening process. Note: All of the above programmes tend to be advertised during the Integrated Development Plan Forums, or otherwise they should be advertised at local housing offices. Sometimes your municipality or province will advertise online on their websites. Keep a lookout for signs near new developments, or speak to your ward councillor about which projects are being planned. In addition to all the above programmes government also has an Emergency Housing Projects programme, but this is seldom used, so we don’t cover it here. Government housing assistance contact details Housing Enquiries Hotline: 0800 146 873

Gauteng: 011 355 4000 Western Cape: 079 769 1207 (Please Call Me) Eastern Cape: 043 711 9901/2/3 KwaZulu Natal: 033 392 6400 or 033 3365300 North West: 018 388 5403 Limpopo: 015 284 5000 Northern Cape: 053 830 9422 Free State: 051 405 3883 Mpumalanga: 013 766 6087