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RF Graduate Learnership (one year programme)


SAAB Grintek Defence (SGD) is a leading technology company that offers world class products in the Military defence sector and have been awarded the best South African export company two years in a row. . .

SGD Naval is a global player active in the international market, delivering turnkey locally developed engineering solutions using the latest in naval and aerospace technology.

We have an exciting opportunity in the Cape Town branch for a Graduate RF/Microwave (Intern) to design state of the art Electronic Warfare Systems.

You are invited to become part of this dynamic team involved in the following activities:

  • Design and simulation of RF and microwave circuits
  • Implementation of RF/microwave solutions covering an ultra wide spectrum
  • Integration of RF/Microwave sensors with other systems

Qualification and additional requirements:


  • BSc Electronic Engineering or equivalent
  • Ambitious and willing to be a team player
  • Knowledge of RF/Microwave fundamentals
  • Knowledge of electronic design and implementation
  • Experience with simulation tools such as Matlab and Microwave Office
  • Exposure to project design and implementation efforts within budget and time constraints
  • Experience in working in a RF laboratory, and use of basic test equipment such as spectrum analysers, oscilloscopes, RF generators

How to Apply

Apply online here


PEP is Offering a 12-Month Learnership Opportunity to Those with Grade 12

PEP NQF 4 Learnership (Umlazi, Durban, Pinetown, Hammarsdale, Pietermaritzburg, Tongaat, Empangeni, Richards Bay, Stanger and Ballito)

PEP is offering a 12-month learnership opportunity to achieve a National Certificate: Wholesale and Retail Operations (NQF4). Successful candidates will attend classes and work in a PEP store in order to gain valuable work experience.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist customers and create an exciting shopping experience
  • Maximise sales to meet store targets
  • Display merchandise according to company standards
  • Handle stock and stock administration according to set standards
  • Assist with in-store security to minimise stock losses
  • Handle cash at a cash register, in accordance with company procedures
  • Perform all sales related duties at the cash register, in accordance with company procedures
  • Maintain general health, safety and housekeeping standards

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

  • Grade 12
  • Must currently be unemployed
  • Good Communication skills
  • Good Interpersonal skills and a Team player
  • Good Service Orientation
  • Ability to work under pressure and perform physical duties
  • Ability to work accurately with a focus on detail
  • Willingness to work retail hours

CLOSING DATE:WEDNESDAY, 21 AUGUST 2019

If you are interested and meet the minimum requirements, please submit your CV, with the POSITION AND AREA you are applying for as your reference.

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.

How to Apply

Complete Application Form Online Here

You may also apply for:

Learnership for People with Grade 12 Johannesburg

Learnerships for All Provinces Must Have Grade 12

Financial Markets Learnership Programme

Anglo American Learnerships Must Have Grade 12

Maersk Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

PPC Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Intern Graduate Programme

New Bank Teller Positions at Capitec Bank

Must Have Grade 12

Sanlam Learnerships Must Be Between 18 to 35 Years Old

Sappi Apprenticeship Programme Various Positions

Get More details at: https://www.aftermatric.co.za/#ixzz5wjIyJpsw

Explore Data Science Academy offers 500 free data science Learnerships for 2020

Sign up now for our fully sponsored 1-Year Data Science Program starting January 2020 and launch a lucrative career in the world’s sexiest job.

Explore Data Science Academy offers 500 free data science internships for 2020

Are you young, smart, ambitious and hard-working and looking for a bite at the ‘sexiest’ career choice of the 21st century? Africa’s leading data science academy Explore Data Science Academy(EDSA) has the offer of a lifetime for 500 of South Africa’s brightest minds.

Applications open today for its industry leading 12-month Seta Accredited Data Science Programme in 2020.

Applicants should be between 18 and 35 years of age.

No prior degree is required, but a quantitative background is useful.

Past interns have had varying skills including mathematics, marketing, media, medical and legal backgrounds.

To qualify for the fully sponsored one-year programme (including tuition and a stipend), applicants must successfully complete an online application, which probes candidates’ analytical and problem solving capabilities, as well as attend a data science boot camp and a round of interviews with the team at EDSA.

Launched just two years ago in Cape Town with 100 interns at its first intake, EDSA has an enviable track record of success and now has a second campus in Braamfontein Gauteng, as well as a new data analytics course. Plans are afoot for a third campus to open in Durban in 2020.

“We are the first African institution to offer a focused, comprehensive and free year-long accredited skills data science programme that builds the relevant digital skills within our youth, so that they can thrive in the new economy,” explains EDSA cofounder Shaun Dippnall.

“We know that we have a world-class facility,” states Dippnall, “95 percent of our 2019 programme graduates have been employed at a median starting salary of R360 000 a year!”

According to Dippnall, the five-fold increase in student numbers in just two years underscores the burgeoning demand for data science and analytics in both the local and global digital economy – a demand that currently far exceeds supply.

“Recognising the value of qualified data science skills, many of South Africa’s leading corporate companies looking to digitise their operations and leverage big data, have come on board to sponsor our training programmes,” Dippnall said. Founding sponsor BCX has invested R50-million over three years.

The Explore Data Science Academy is the brainchild of founders Shaun Dippnall, Dave Strugnell and Aidan Helmbold, all highly qualified data scientists with actuarial qualifications and experience in lecturing, research and consulting.

“We offer students a globally competitive faculty and a course which incorporates cutting edge training material, leveraging the latest in data science and artificial intelligence research. In the classroom and during the work-experience phase of the programme, we focus on experiential learning, in other words, solving real-world problems. It’s the opportunity of a lifetime,” concludes Dippnall.

How to Apply

For more information and to apply for an intern post in 2020, go to CLICK HERE TO APPLY

How to Turn Your House into a Hot Money-Making Property

Property taxes. Utilities. Mortgage payments. There are all kinds of ways that our homes cost us money. Many of us hope that it will all pay off in the long run when we sell our house and property for a profit.

But there’s no need to wait that long. Why not make money from your home right now with one of these business ideas?

Add a Rental Suite

If you live in an area where it’s legal, you can add a rental suite to your property. If you don’t have room inside for a classic in-law or basement suite, consider converting your garage or even, if space and regulations allow, build a separate free-standing structure.

Be sure you research the regulations for legal suites in your area before you renovate or build. It’s common to require legal rental suites to have to have their own separate entrances, for instance, as well as full kitchens and bathrooms.

Also be sure that you research how much income your suite will bring in before you create one. Calculate how long it will take you to get back the money you have to spend on your renovation before you will start making money as a landlord. Rentometer is a handy tool for checking rental prices in your location.

Rent out Accommodation

The suite idea doesn’t work for you? You may still be able to rent out part or all of your property if you live somewhere desirable. And don’t think that you have to live in a resort area for your home to be desirable. Being close to a college or university, a hospital, a big employer or even living in a city with a tight rental market can make your property a place someone would like to rent.

The first step to making money off your rental is deciding what space within your home you’re going to rent. Bedrooms with their own bathrooms will obviously rent for more than a bedroom with shared facilities. To make the most income you might consider giving up your master bedroom if it has an ensuite. Then research what your accommodation might rent for. Spruce up as necessary. Take some good photos and voila! You’re ready to sign up to be an Airbnb host or put your rental listing on craigslist.

If you live in a place that appeals to tourists, you might want to consider moving out and renting your whole property in season. This is assuming you can live somewhere that would make this a positive cash flow situation.

Run a Bed and Breakfast

If you have several rooms available and want to maximize your rental income, turning your home into a Bed and Breakfast could be the way to go. Being able to rent out several rooms in your house nightly or even weekly can be a lot more lucrative than renting by the month.

Operating a Bed and Breakfast requires more of the hosts than just renting out a room — and providing breakfast is just the start. Research what it takes to start and operate a BnB before you start down that road.

Rent out Storage Space

But what if you don’t want to be a host or a landlord but you still have some available space that you’d like to convert into steady income? If the size and characteristics of the space are right, you might be able to rent it out monthly as storage.

Lots of people have vehicles such as boats, RVs, and motorbikes that they want to protect from winter weather but have no space to keep at their homes. Some are looking for year-round storage options. Letting someone else store their vehicle in your garage, shed, or barn could bring in some handy monthly income. Have space to build or convert? There’s an ever-growing demand for storage units.

Just as with rented rooms, take good photos of your space for advertising purposes, and be sure to note any special features (such as having a heated space) that will make your rental stand out.

If you have an acreage with unused space you can use it for outdoor storage as well.

Become a Market Gardener

Even if you live on a standard suburban lot, you can grow enough fruit, vegetables or flowers to sell. If you live on an acreage, you have even more growing possibilities. In many places, it’s common to see roadside stands selling fresh flowers, fruit, nuts, and local produce in season.

With increasing numbers of people becoming ever more concerned about the safety and wholesomeness of the food they eat (witness the growth of the organic food industry), the market for fresh, local food is burgeoning. So if you have one, why not put your green thumb to work and sell what you grow from your own property and possibly at a local farmers’ market?

Hold Events

If you own an acreage or small farm, you might be able to make money holding events. You don’t have to hold big concerts or music festivals to do it (although you can, of course, if you have the right property and the desire to hold such an event.) Many small farmers and landowners make a steady profit from agritourism, setting up seasonal mazes and labyrinths, providing hayrides, farm tours, and demonstrations and offering special event dinners.

Outdoor weddings in pretty, rural locations are always popular in season. If you own agricultural land, though, remember to check and see what commercial activities are allowed on farmland where you live before you start operations. Some activities may be restricted, prohibited or require special permits.

Start a Home-Based Business

All the ideas above for making money from your home are home-based businesses, but they’re not the only possibilities, by any means. Whether you want to actually work at home or use your home as your new small business’s base, operating a home-based business (rather than a non-home-based one) has advantages.

Are you ready to start a home business? And if you are but don’t quite know what business idea you’d like to pursue, here are the 10 best home business opportunities for now and tomorrow.

Read more at The Balance..

Source: The Balancesmb

You Don’t Need to be Rich to Make Money in Properties

One of the common financial fallacies that keep many South Africans from building real wealth is that property investment is an investment alternative exclusively reserved for the rich, the educated or the experienced.“The wealthy don’t invest in property because they are rich, they are rich because they have invested in property,” says Van Staden.

This is according to Gert van Staden, CEO of the P3 Investment Group, who says it is a fallacy perpetuated, perhaps, by the fact that property is the preferred asset class of the world’s wealthiest, and the reality is that property investors are generally wealthy.

“The wealthy don’t invest in property because they are rich, they are rich because they have invested in property,” he says.

“The truth is that you don’t need to be rich, or even educated or experienced, to invest in property successfully.”

There are two reasons for this, says Van Staden. Firstly, property investors do not need a lump sum investment, or even large monthly investments to acquire an income-producing property asset.

For example, an investor does not need to have R500 000 in cash to acquire a R500 000 buy-to-let property. This is because an investor can get a mortgage bond, allowing him or her to buy a property with money borrowed from the bank.

“In investment circles, this is called leveraging or gearing, terms that most people assume are only for highly-educated investment specialists,” he says.

“But buy-to-let property investment allows ordinary South Africans earning ordinary salaries to also implement the highly effective practice of gearing, which the world’s wealthiest have used for decades to create wealth without using their own money and to significantly increase their return on investment.”

Of course, Van Staden says the bond has to be repaid every month, but the property generates an immediate and ongoing passive monthly income: the monthly rental. The rental keeps pace with inflation as the rental increases year after year, which allows the investor to use the tenant’s rental to repay the bond.

It is entirely possible, if the right property in the right area is selected, to obtain a 100% mortgage loan to acquire an income-producing property and earn a monthly rental from this property that will not only cover the bond repayments, but the other monthly property expenses too, he says.

“So, you don’t have to be rich to invest in property – you can acquire an income-generating property asset without spending your own money.”

Read more in Property24

Source: Property24

How He Bought His First Property for Just R20 000

How to make money in property

When I was 23 years old and practically broke, I bought my first investment property – with just R20 000 in my bank account.

After I finished university I realised that I wouldn’t get rich off a salary. I also saw that putting my money into a retirement annuity month after month wouldn’t get me to retire early.

So I searched for options to make money, at low risk and without loads of capital.

I’d make a little money investing in the stock market. But I wanted to invest in something a bit more tangible, that I had more control over.

That’s when I stumbled upon the secret of getting other people to pay for my retirement.

I bought a R365 000 property using other people’s money. I used the cash in my bank account to pay lawyers for transfer fees and leave some reserve to pay my initial shortfall.

Five years later I owe R320 000 on the property. I could fetch around R450 000 for the property today and bank a R110 000 profit after my initial R20 000 investment.

But that’s not the full story of how I’m becoming financially free…

How other people’s money will pay for my early retirement

The moment I bought this investment property the rental income I received from it basically covered the bond and levies. I only had to pay in R350 a month from my own pocket.

But the R3 500 rent I received immediately became income I earned in the bank’s eyes.

This meant I could access another loan.

This time, with a R10 000 deposit I secured a R555 000 apartment from a developer.

No transfer costs, no lawyers’ fees, not even a 10% deposit.

Year one I got R5 400 rental income a month, year two R5 600 and year three R6 000. Over the first two years I paid in R4 000 to cover expenses. By year three I had a positive cash flow.

By this time, the developer was selling his last units in the complex for R715 000.

From here on a tenant pays the property for me. I won’t have to pay in a cent going forward and I not only benefit from capital appreciation, I also collect cash every month to put towards my next property.

I’m 27 now. I own five properties. Combined, they’re worth R3.585m. I’ve used the bank’s money to buy all of them.

Over the years I haven’t invested much more than R100 000 of my own money. Yet, even after mortgage debt, my investments are worth R1.4m.

A couple more years and they’ll be paid off. By then I’ll own even more properties.

I could easy make enough money to retire earlier than my father.

I don’t need miracles, massive capital growth or a big bank balance. All I need is willing tenants and the bank’s money.

I’m sure you’ve heard rental horror stories, about property investors who lost money. That needn’t be the case.

Sure, I need to be prudent. I can’t overextend myself with debt. But I’m in the position where even a reasonable increase in interest rates wouldn’t hurt my property business.

I’ve picked up a couple of tricks from property managers regarding tenants. In five years I haven’t had a single month’s vacancy on any property I own. I’ve had only one slightly unsavoury tenant – who I got rid of quickly.

I’m constantly asked how I did it.  And, after some persuasion from friends, I sat down and put together a guide on how to use other people’s money to build a profitable property business. I’ve now made this guide publicly available, for free.  Just click here to get your copy.

*Francois Joubert is a property investor and investment strategist for FSPInvest.co.za. You can read more of his articles here.

Source: Fin24

Make Money On Your Next Shopping

Free money South Africa

I just discovered some cool apps that you can use to make extra cash from the phone you are using to read this, even on the computer. You can redeem the virtual money for cash, airtime, data or shopping vouchers.

Here below are the apps you can use to make money anywhere using your phone.

1.SnapNSave

Join South Africa’s fastest growing shopping community, earning real cash back when they shop in-store!

Sign up free to join SnapNSave now by clicking on here

2. M4JAM

Join me on M4JAM and make money doing tiny jobs on your smartphone.

Sign up free to join M4JAM now by clicking on here.

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Make R100 by the end of Today

Make R100 by the end of today, let me show you how. I just made R50 in under 5 minutes with this app and the good thing about it is that it is absolutely free.

All you need to do is to Download M4Jam app now by clicking here.

Then start making monet. You can earn up to R100 per simple task.

Read more to find out how M4Jam works.

M4Jam co-founder Andre Hugo told Fin24 that 500 micro jobs were completed within the first hour-and-a-half, and there was a 56% growth in users in the first three hours.

“It seems people set their alarm clocks to check if M4Jam was legit,” said Hugo. “They found that it was.”

WeChat’s revolutionary micro jobbing platform was heralded as a momentous shift in the way service-based companies could relate with their communities, giving real value for small, specific tasks.

“There’s been a phenomenal uptake, which shows that this really is easy money for easy work,” said Hugo. “We’re ecstatic with the initial response and look forward to offering our micro jobbers more opportunities as the weeks go forward.”

One of M4Jam’s first jobs seen on the platform by Fin24 was to take a photo of your favourite cold drink and to answer a few questions, pinpointing your location. The R15 earned would have been far more than the actual drink, making the taste of it that much sweeter.

So here is how I made R50 in just under 5 minutes

Step 1. I downloaded The M4Jam App free

Step 2. I invited 10 friends using a referral link found on my M4Jam App. I get R5 per person who joined using my link. You too can do it. Click here to create your free M4Jam portal.

Step 3. I invited more people to make more money.

Step 4. I completed simple tasks using my M4Jam app. The biggest mount per task at the time I wrote this was R100.

Yes, you can make R100 per task for doing small tasks. Click here to begin.

Join Now

Source: Fin24

Anglo American Internship 36 Months Programme

We are offering a 36-month opportunity to experience new challenges, showing we are committed to your ongoing development. In return, we ask for your commitment to making a difference.

Closing Date: 29 August 2019
Location: KOLOMELA MINE, NORTHERN CAPE

Here’s what you will need:

  • MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: B degree / National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: B degree / National Diploma in Electrical Engineering (Heavy / Light Current)
  • MINING ENGINEERING: B degree / National Diploma in Mining Engineering
  • SAFETY MANAGEMENT: B degree / National Diploma in Safety Management

Further note that incomplete applications will not be considered.

Applications without the attachment of valid copies of qualifications and/or licenses required as indicated in the job requirements for this role will not be considered. Kumba Iron Ore will apply the affirmative action principles as set out in the company’s Employment Equity policy.

Applications which have not been responded to within 6 weeks of the closing date should be regarded as unsuccessful. Communication will be with shortlisted candidates only.

How to Apply

Apply Online for the Anglo American Graduate / Internship Programme

You may also apply for:

Learnership for People with Grade 12 Johannesburg

Learnerships for All Provinces Must Have Grade 12

Financial Markets Learnership Programme

Anglo American Learnerships Must Have Grade 12

Maersk Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

PPC Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Intern Graduate Programme

New Bank Teller Positions at Capitec Bank

Must Have Grade 12

Sanlam Learnerships Must Be Between 18 to 35 Years Old

Sappi Apprenticeship Programme Various Positions

Get More details at: https://www.aftermatric.co.za/#ixzz5wjIyJpsw

Continental Tyre Graduate­ In­ Training Programme

The Graduate­In­Training (GIT) Programme is a 11 month development programme. GIT’s will be rotated amongst the various departments and learn about the sales, manufacturing and business processes.

GIT’s will be assigned various projects to gain first­hand experience of the organisational structures, processes and products offered by Continental.

Location: Port Elizabeth

Each GIT will be assigned a mentor that will offer guidance and support to them throughout the development programme. In addition GIT’s will be guided and supported by experienced colleagues and experts.

After the 11 month development programme, GIT‘s could progress to various talent pools or possibly a full­time permanent position.

Requirements

  • A minimum of a Diploma/ Degree in Polymer Technology / Quality / Mechatronics / Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. 
  • Need to be a South African Citizen 
  • Have a 70%+ Academic Average
  • High level of flexibility 
  • Excellent communication skills written and spoken
  • Competent user of MS Office ­programs
  • Team player 
  • High self­ motivation and ability to work independently
  • Excellent communication skills

How to Apply

Apply Online for the Continental Tyres Graduate / Internship Programme

You may also apply for:

Learnership for People with Grade 12 Johannesburg

Learnerships for All Provinces Must Have Grade 12

Financial Markets Learnership Programme

Anglo American Learnerships Must Have Grade 12

Maersk Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

PPC Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Intern Graduate Programme

New Bank Teller Positions at Capitec Bank

Must Have Grade 12

Sanlam Learnerships Must Be Between 18 to 35 Years Old

Sappi Apprenticeship Programme Various Positions

Get More details at: https://www.aftermatric.co.za/#ixzz5wjIyJpsw

Africa Health Research Institute Internship Programme

An exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic Graduate has become available in this Non Government Organisation for the following Internships in Psychology.

The AHRI Research Psychology Intern is responsible for assisting with the coordination and execution of functions related to the implementation and monitoring of TB and HIV research projects in the KZN region.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Post graduate degree in health or social science
  • Computer literacy and working knowledge of Microsoft Office software
  • This is an entry level position with limited experience

Knowledge and Skills Required

  • Must possess a valid South African Code B Driver’s License and own vehicle
  • Good knowledge of HIV/AIDS and TB
  • Knowledge of the scientific research process
  • Ability to capture and organise data electronically
  • Ability to write reports

Advantageous 

  • Fluency in English and isiZulu

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

To know more information click the link below AHRI Careers

Closing Date

Closing Date: Sunday, 1 September 2019

You may also apply for:

Learnership for People with Grade 12 Johannesburg

Learnerships for All Provinces Must Have Grade 12

Financial Markets Learnership Programme

Anglo American Learnerships Must Have Grade 12

Maersk Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

PPC Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Intern Graduate Programme

New Bank Teller Positions at Capitec Bank

Must Have Grade 12

Sanlam Learnerships Must Be Between 18 to 35 Years Old

Sappi Apprenticeship Programme Various Positions

Get More details at: https://www.aftermatric.co.za/#ixzz5wjIyJpsw

Free State Government Internship Programme

Unemployed graduates with a three / four year Degree /  Diploma Applicants must be historically disadvantaged and South African citizens

CLOSING DATE: 30 August 2019

RECOMMENDATION

Preference will be given to applicants who are computer literate, have good communication skills, and show a willingness to work and learn.

You may apply for any of the Internship Programme offered by a number of Directorates and functional units within the Department if you have any of the following qualifications:

Qualifications

  • Diploma / Degree in Accounting / Municipal Accounting / Municipal Finance Internal Audit 
  • Diploma / Degree in Information Technology
  • Diploma or Degree in Human Resources Management / Human Resources Development 
  • Diploma or Degree in Marketing Communications
  • Diploma or Degree in Project Management Public Management / Administration / Office Management / Purchasing Supply Chain Management Procurement Logistics 
  • Diploma / Degree in Work Study / Records Management Organizational Behavior
  • Diploma or Degree in Financial Management Cost and Management Accounting 
  • Diploma Degree in Business Management 
  • Diploma / Degree in Economics 
  • Diploma / Degree in Social Work 
  • Diploma / Degree in Law 
  • Diploma / Degree in Building

DUTIES Participants will undergo an on-the-job development training programme within the Department that will be relevant to their qualifications to equip them to enter the formal job market. Interns will be appointed for 24 months 

Requirements

Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department and must be accompanied by certified copies of qualifications (a transcript of results must be attached). driver’s license, if required, identity document and a C.V. Applicants are requested to complete the Z83 form property and in full. The reference number of the advertised post should be stated on the Z.83 form. Qualification certificates as well as identity document must not be copies of certified copies. Applications received after the closing date and those that do not comply with these instructions will not be considered. The onus is on the applicants to ensure that their applications are posted or hand delivered timeously. Candidates who possess foreign qualifications and / or short courses certificates must take it upon themselves to have their qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA), and must please attach proof of the level of their qualifications after evaluation on all applications. No e-mailed or faxed applications will be considered. Applicants are respectfully informed that if no notification of appointment is received within 4 months of the closing date, they must accept that their application was unsuccessful.

How to Apply

APPLICATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF FREE STATE PROVINCIAL TREASURY TO BE SUBMITTED TO: The Free State Provincial Treasury. Private Bag X20537, Bloemfontein, 9300.

Attention: Mr. I B Pheello, Fidel Castro Building. Tel No: (051) 405 5069 or deliver by hand to Mr. 1B Pheello in Room 426(b), Fidel Castro Building, Bloemfontein. 

The Free State Provincial Treasury presents exciting opportunities for Interns through the Department’s Internship Programme.

ENQUIRIES: Mr. KK Mangate, Telephone number: (051) 405 5936

You may also apply for:

Learnership for People with Grade 12 Johannesburg

Learnerships for All Provinces Must Have Grade 12

Financial Markets Learnership Programme

Anglo American Learnerships Must Have Grade 12

Maersk Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

PPC Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Intern Graduate Programme

New Bank Teller Positions at Capitec Bank

Must Have Grade 12

Sanlam Learnerships Must Be Between 18 to 35 Years Old

Sappi Apprenticeship Programme Various Positions

Get More details at: https://www.aftermatric.co.za/#ixzz5wjIyJpsw

WEBBERS GRADUATES INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME

Graduate Programme opportunity for Graduates who are seeking workplace experience. Webbers are looking to recruit 209 graduates to work at our Stores and other administration departments.

Webbers invites Graduates (completed degree) and Students (N6) who require practical experience in Retail.

These opportunities will be based at our various Stores in Gauteng, Tshwane, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, Eastern Cape, North West, Free state/Vaal and KZN.

The programme aims to enhance employability skills of new graduates.

Graduates will be assigned tasks and responsibilities to match their knowledge, abilities and training objectives to ensure that they are exposed to a complete retail workplace experience for the duration of 12 months (Graduates) and 18 months (internship).Minimum requirement

  • Unemployed
  • Completed N6 at a recognised TVET College (Internship Programme)
  • Degree qualification (Graduates Programme)
  • No work experiences
  • Retail Management, Marketing Management, Management Assistant, Business
  • Management and Supply Chain management.

HOW TO APPLY

  • If you are interested, please email Precious Maphumulo – Training and Development Manager at recruitment@savillerow.co.za
  • The closing date for all applications is the 23 rd August 2019.

Closing Date

Closing Date: Friday, August 23, 2019

You may also apply for:

Learnership for People with Grade 12 Johannesburg

Learnerships for All Provinces Must Have Grade 12

Financial Markets Learnership Programme

Anglo American Learnerships Must Have Grade 12

Maersk Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

PPC Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Intern Graduate Programme

New Bank Teller Positions at Capitec Bank

Must Have Grade 12

Sanlam Learnerships Must Be Between 18 to 35 Years Old

Sappi Apprenticeship Programme Various Positions

Get More details at: https://www.aftermatric.co.za/#ixzz5wjIyJpsw

South African Institute of Race Relations Bursary Scholarships

South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) bursary application process starts online on 9 July 2019 and closes on 31 August 2019.

The Please note that only application forms from the Bursary Department at the South African Institute of Race Relations will be considered.

Who is eligible for IRR Bursary?

  • Only citizens of the Republic of South Africa.
  • Only students who intend to study or who are already studying for a degree or diploma at a tertiary institution in South Africa which is registered with the Council for Higher Education.
  • Only applicants who are intending to study, or are already studying for a first degree/diploma. Students who intend studying for a post-graduate degree – e.g. Honours – are not eligible.

There are six steps to applying for a bursary from the Institute

The completed online applications will be reviewed by the Institute.  They will produce a short-list of potential bursary recipients.

The Institute will contact all short-listed applicants. 

Each short-listed applicant will be supplied with documents that he or she will require in order to complete the application process. 

Please note that if you are not contacted by the Institute by 30th September 2019 then you have not been short-listed.

Short-listed candidates must complete the documents they received under step 3 and return these to the Institute by 16th November 2019.

The Institute’s bursary selection committee will review all those final applications received on or before 16th November 2019 and make decisions about which students are to receive bursaries for 2020.  These decisions will be taken by 15 February 2020.

The Institute will notify the students who have been granted bursaries.

Complete the online application form CLICK HERE. The closing date by which to complete this form is 31st August 2019.

You may also apply for:

Learnership for People with Grade 12 Johannesburg

Learnerships for All Provinces Must Have Grade 12

Financial Markets Learnership Programme

Anglo American Learnerships Must Have Grade 12

Maersk Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

PPC Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Intern Graduate Programme

New Bank Teller Positions at Capitec Bank

Must Have Grade 12

Sanlam Learnerships Must Be Between 18 to 35 Years Old

Sappi Apprenticeship Programme Various Positions

Get More details at: https://www.aftermatric.co.za/#ixzz5wjIyJpsw

Department of Science and Innovation and CSIR Bursary Scholarships

The Department of Science and Innovation (DSI) and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) invite applications for a bursary under the DST-CSIR Inter-Bursary Support (IBS) Programme grant scheme.

DST-CSIR BURSARY: CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

The IBS postgraduate bursary is intended for full-time studies for Honours, Masters or PHD degrees at any South African public university.

Students who intend to register for their fourth year in Engineering or BTech degrees will also be considered.

The focus areas for the bursary support are restricted to the following research areas:

  • Aerospace
  • Composites
  • Modelling and digital sciences (data science, biometrics, cybersecurity and so forth)
  • Microsystems Technology
  • Titanium (manufacturing elements)
  • Photonics (free space communication, fibre-optics, laser welding and optics)
  • Biotechnology (Biopharming, bio- processing and bio – catalysis)
  • Information and Communications Technology

The focus areas for the bursary support are restricted to the following research areas:

Preference will be given to those whose study areas are aligned with the above-mentioned priority research areas.

HOW TO APPLY

Although the award is for 2020 academic year, continuation of the award for currently funded Masters and Doctoral students will be based on the annual progress report which will have to be completed by the applicant, with input from the supervisor of the proposed research.

Students will be notified about the outcome of their renewal via direct correspondence.

Download the forms and guidelines

Honors Level Application Form

Masters and Doctoral Level Application Form

Eligibility Guidelines

Closing Date

Closing Date: Monday, September 30 2019

You may also apply for:

Learnership for People with Grade 12 Johannesburg

Learnerships for All Provinces Must Have Grade 12

Financial Markets Learnership Programme

Anglo American Learnerships Must Have Grade 12

Maersk Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

PPC Learnership Programme Must Have Grade 12

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Intern Graduate Programme

New Bank Teller Positions at Capitec Bank

Must Have Grade 12

Sanlam Learnerships Must Be Between 18 to 35 Years Old

Sappi Apprenticeship Programme Various Positions

Get More details at: https://www.aftermatric.co.za/#ixzz5wjIyJpsw

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