Cleaners 21 Vacancies

Applications for job post are invited from employed/unemployed individuals. Females and disabled persons are encouraged to apply. Many entry level vacancies in the health sector such as Cleaners, Tractor Driver,  Registry Clerk, Accounting Clerk and more…

Eastern Cape Government Vacancies



Alfred Nzo District Ref No: DRDAR: 73/06/2019 (X3 Posts)

DOHNE Ref No: DRDAR: 74/06/2019 (X3 Posts)

Amatole District Ref No: DRDAR 75/06/2019 (X3 Posts)

Western District Ref No: DRDAR: 76/06/2019 (X3 Posts)

OR Tambo District Ref No: DRDAR: 77/06/2019 (X3 Posts)

Chris Hani District Ref No: DRDAR: 78/06/2019 (X3 Posts)

Joe Gqabi District Ref No: DRDAR: 79/06/2019 (X3 Posts)


  • Grade 10 or Grade 12 plus appropriate experience relating to general cleaning and maintenance.
  • Candidates will be subjected to a competency exercise.


REF NO: DRDAR: 72/06/2019



  • Grade 10, Grade 12 will be an added advantage.
  • Driver’s License Code 8 or Code 10.
  • Basics of tractor maintenance.
  • Previous relevant work experience of two years driving tractors.
  • Candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment.


REF NO: DRDAR: 71/06/2019

CENTRE : Chris Hani District


  • A qualification at NQF level 6 in Finance or equivalent.
  • At least 2 years’ relevant experience in finance management.
  • Computer literacy and knowledge of BAS/Persal will be advantageous.
  • Knowledge of PFMA National Treasury Regulations as well as MS Excel Spreadsheet, MS Word and word perfect will be an added advantage.
  • Ability to work under pressure.
  • Good interpersonal skills and verbal and written communication skills.
  • A valid driver’s license will be an added advantage.



Joe Gqabi District Ref No: DRDAR: 56/06/2019

Alfred Nzo District Ref No: DRDAR: 57/06/2019

Amatole District Ref No: DRDAR: 58/06/2019

Western District Ref No: DRDAR: 59/06/2019

OR Tambo District Ref No: DRDAR: 60/06/2019

Chris Hani District Ref No: DRDAR: 61/06/2019


  • A qualification at NQF level 6 in Records Management or equivalent qualification with one (1) year relevant experience.
  • Computer literacy.
  • A valid EB Driver’s license will be an added advantage.
  • Knowledge of registry procedures, policies and exposure to general Office Administration.
  • Excellent interpersonal relations and communication skills. (Ms Packages) including Ms Word and Excel.
  • Ability to maintain high level of professionalism, confidentiality and reliability.
  • Ability to work under pressure, independently and as part of a team.
  • Good office practice.
  • Candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment.


Applications must be submitted on the Application for Employment Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM obtainable from any Public Service Department or go to and should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV, including at least two contactable referees, and certified copies of qualifications, driver’s license (where applicable) and Identity Document (with an original certification stamp) The Z83 form must be signed by an original signatures.

It is the responsibility of applicants in possession of foreign qualifications to submit evaluated results by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant elements of the job.

Applicants must quote the relevant reference number for the post as advertised. For SMS post: Females and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply and will be given preference and short listed candidates will be required to undergo competency assessments. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

The Department of Provincial Treasury welcomes people with disabilities and they may be given preference.

All short listed candidates will be required to undergo pre-employment screening. All the appointments are subject to security vetting results. Applications from all racial groups are welcome.

However, in making appointments to the posts the department will give preference to some employment equity target groups based on the Employment Equity Plan of the Department.

Failure to submit a comprehensive CV, academic qualifications and the signed Z83 form will result in the disqualification of the application from the process.

Applications received after closing date will not be considered.

No faxed/email applications will be accepted. For all posts people with disabilities will be given preference.


APPLICATIONS : Applications should be posted to the addresses as indicated below or Hand delivered as indicated below: CLICK ON PDF


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Capitec Bank Tellers Vacancies June 2019

Job Title : Service Consultant

Capitec Bank is on the lookout for a dynamic, self-motivated team member sharing our passion for excellent client service. As a Service Consultant (Teller), you are required to deliver a quality front-line banking service to our clients within the branch by: 
• consulting with clients
• gathering and capturing of information
• deposit-taking transactions
• new client take on procedures 
• assisting clients with general banking related queries

QualificationsNational Senior Certificate (Grade 12) (Essential) 
3 year qualification; business or related (Preferred)
ExperiencePreference will be given to candidates with: 
• Face to face client service experience within a retail / client service industry 
• Experience in the identification of sales leads and cross-selling opportunities 
• Supervisory / first line management experience (includes acting management experience) is an added advantage
Knowledge and skillsKnowledge and understanding of:• Basic calculations
• Retail/consumer service environmentCompetencies required:• Passion for client service
• High energy levels and a sense of urgency
• Impact within a team environment (dynamic, articulate, has presence)
• Emotional maturity 
• Conscientious
• Adaptable
• Analysing and diagnosing skills
• Computer literate in MS Office

Additional Requirements

Clear criminal and credit record
• Willing to work extended working hours and weekends
• Access to transport (personal / public)
• Flexible and mobile across regions is an advantage 
• Must have fingerprints which are detectable / recognisable on Capitec Bank’s internal electronic banking system

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190614-1Service Consultant (Ladysmith)Ladysmith2019/06/17View Details
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How to Apply

Click here to send app

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Youth Day 2019

Youth Day commemorates the Soweto youth uprising of 16 June 1976.

In 1975 protests started in African schools after a directive from the then Bantu Education Department that Afrikaans had to be used on an equal basis with English as a language of instruction in secondary schools.

The June 16 1976 Uprising that began in Soweto and spread countrywide profoundly changed the socio-political landscape in South Africa. Events that triggered the uprising can be traced back to policies of the Apartheid government that resulted in the introduction of the Bantu Education Act in 1953. The rise of the Black Consciousness Movement (BCM) and the formation of South African Students Organisation (SASO) raised the political consciousness of many students while others joined the wave of anti-Apartheid sentiment within the student community. When the language of Afrikaans alongside English was made compulsory as a medium of instruction in schools in 1974, black students began mobilizing themselves. On 16 June 1976 between 3000 and 10 000 students mobilized by the South African Students Movement‘s Action Committee supported by the BCM marched peacefully to demonstrate and protest against the government’s directive. The march was meant to culminate at a rally in Orlando Stadium.

On their pathway they were met by heavily armed police who fired teargas and later live ammunition on demonstrating students. This resulted in a widespread revolt that turned into an uprising against the government. While the uprising began in Soweto, it spread across the country and carried on until the following year.

The aftermath of the events of June 16 1976 had dire consequences for the Apartheid government. Images of the police firing on peacefully demonstrating students led an international revulsion against South Africa as its brutality was exposed. Meanwhile, the weakened and exiled liberation movements received new recruits fleeing political persecution at home giving impetus to the struggle against Apartheid. 

Bantu Education Policy

The word ‘Bantu’ in the term Bantu education is highly charged politically and has derogatory connotations. The Bantu Educational system was designed to ‘train and fit’ Africans for their role in the newly (1948) evolving apartheid society. Education was viewed as a part of the overall apartheid system including ‘homelands’, urban restrictions, pass laws and job reservation. This role was one of labourer, worker, and servant only. As H.F Verwoerd, the architect of the Bantu Education Act (1953), conceived it:

“There is no place for [the African] in the European community above the level of certain forms of labour. It is of no avail for him to receive a training which has as its aim, absorption in the European community”

The uprisings tragically ended with hundreds of young people killed by the apartheid government when they protested against the imposition of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction.

Source: SA Government

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SA Reserve Bank Bursary Scholarships

Bursary Application for 1st Year Students! Applications are now open for one of South Africa’s most desirable bursary schemes: the R121,000 per year, full-ride SA Reserve Bank (SARB) tertiary bursary.

SA Reserve Bank Bursary Application for 1st Year students

The purpose of the bursary scheme is to assist financially needy students who obtain good results in Matric/Grade 12 and who want to study in fields relevant to the Bank.

The bursary is intended for undergraduate studies at a South African university on a full-time basis.

Studies for which bursaries will be granted

The studies that students intend to pursue shall have a bearing on, and be applicable to, the functions and activities of the Bank. (For more information on the Bank, visit the Banks website: This includes, for example, Economics, Information Technology, Finance, Law and Accounting, and excludes, for example, Medicine, Dentistry and Social Work.

A bursary will be granted from the first academic year and reviewed annually

Bursary holders need not reapply for the bursary each year.


• SA Citizen

• Younger than 30 years old

• Average pass mark of 70%

• Financial circumstances

Post-bursary obligations

The Bank will have first right of refusal with regard to funded students, that is, bursary holders will be obliged to work for the Bank for a period equal to their bursary period, unless the Bank chooses not to employ them.

Students who choose not to work for the Bank despite the Bank offering them a position after completing their studies will be required to pay the full cost of the bursary back to the Bank.

The Bank will provide students who are Bank bursary holders vacation work opportunities that are funded by the Bank.

How to apply


• A certified copy of your June (current year) matric results or certified copy of Matric results if completed before current year.

• Proof of acceptance at a recognised institution

• An essay of 250 words to motivate your case.

• A certified copy of your South African ID

The closing date for submission of applications shall be 30 September of each year.

Examination results, university enrolment form (student number) and any other supporting documents must be submitted with the application form.

Application to be posted to: 
Mr John Legoete
P.O. Box 30632

The closing date for submission of applications shall be 30 September of each year.




Opportunity Closing Date: Monday, September 30, 2019

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Anglo American Graduate Internship

Applications for South Africa are open from 1 June 2019 to 31 July 2019.

Anglo American Graduate  Internship

Workplace Experience-Government Youth Programme

The Graduate Programme is about finding the very best talent to help us create a more sustainable future.

You’ll contribute to our business from the first day you join us.

You’ll take on two or three roles during the three-year programme, learning through doing, working alongside top industry experts on an accelerated and exhilarating development journey that’s rooted in a purpose-led high-performance culture.

Applicants must…

  • Have a degree or postgraduate degree (Honours or Masters) in disciplines relevant to mining, in particular, Engineering ( National Diploma or BSC Mechanical / Electrical Engineering / Mining Engineering / Metallurgical Engineering / Electrical Engineering / Rock Engineering / Mineral Surveying) and relevant sub-disciplines;
  • Commerce ( Finance & Accountancy / ); 
  • Data Science; 
  • Human Resources Management;
  • Geology;
  • Safety and Sustainability;
  • and Environment Science.

Have excellent academics.

Be team players with strong leadership potential.

Demonstrate drive, ambition and a passion for challenging work in our Operations.

Actively participate in campus and community life.

How To Apply

Applications for South Africa are open from 1 June 2019 to 31 July 2019. Please keep an eye out for when applications open in the other regions.

Apply Online for the Anglo American Graduate / Internship Programme


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