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SANDF Education Trust Bursaries

The Board of Trustees of the SANDF Education Trust has announced that the Trust awards education bursaries to qualifying beneficiaries of the Trust.

The dependents of SANDF members, who were killed or severely injured while on official duty subsequent to 27 April 1994, are considered as beneficiaries and may apply for a bursary to cover education expenses.

Bursaries will be awarded to:

  • Primary School Learners
  • Secondary School Learners
  • Tertiary Learners

REQUIREMENTS
Applicants must adhere to the following requirements:

Primary And Secondary School Learners
Completion and submission of the official application form. Submission of certified copies of the required supporting documents as indicated on the application form. Submission of a quotation/invoice for the education expenses for the academic year. The quotation/invoice must be issued by the school on an official letterhead of the school.
Tertiary Learners
Completion and submission of the official application form. Submission of certified copies of the required supporting documents as indicated on the application form. Submission of a quotation/invoice for the education expenses for the academic year. The quotation/invoice must be issued by the institution on an official letterhead of the institution. In the case of 1st-year students, a copy of the Grade 12 June examination results must accompany the application. In the case of 2nd/3rd or 4th-year students, the latest academic results must accompany the application.

Note: Should more than one member of a family apply for assistance, a separate application form must be submitted for each applicant.

How To Apply
In order to apply for the SANDF Education Trust bursary, applicants must download and fill out the official application form available HERE.

Applications for the following year close on 15 October of each year.

For Enquiries:

Col M.E. Van Wyk

Tel: 012 355 5107

Fax: 012 355 5882

E-mail: email protected

Postal Address: Board of Trustees, SANDF Education Trust Private Bag X161 Pretoria, 0001

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To promote innovation in South African sugarcane agriculture, the South African Sugarcane Research Institute (SASRI) hosts a dynamic post-graduate programme on the SASRI campus in Mount Edgecombe, KwaZulu-Natal.

The research is conducted under the supervision of SASRI scientists who are affiliated with several leading South African universities, including the University of KwaZulu-Natal, University of Pretoria, and the University of the Free State and Stellenbosch University.

The ideal candidate must have:

  • BSc or BSc Hons in Plant Breeding, Genetics, Crop Science, Horticulture and Agronomy with a minor in Statistics.
  • Strong academic background in the fields of genetics, plant breeding, quantitative genetics, and statistics.
  • Good knowledge and understanding of statistical data analysis using statistical software and experimental design are essential. However, further practical training will be provided.
  • Possess critical thinking and analytical skills as well as the ability to work in a diverse team.

What the Bursary Offers:

  • This post-graduate bursary offers tuition fees and board and lodging on-site at our Sugarcane Research Institute in Mount Edgecombe.
  • The successful candidate will be based at SASRI (Mount Edgecombe) and will register with one of the South African Universities

The ideal candidate will have the following competencies:

  • Ability
  • Critically review scientific literature
  • Write a scientific research paper
  • Analyse data and provide recommendations

Experience

  • Analysing data and providing recommendations
  • Preparing and presenting a research proposal
  • Working with field trials

Knowledge

  • Plant Breeding or Genetics at Honours level
  • Statistical research methods applicable to Plant Breeding or Genetics research

The South African Sugar Association (SASA) provides a diverse range of highly specialized services to the South African sugar industry and our activities are funded in the main by the sugarcane growers and sugar milling companies.

Our mission is to provide specialist services that enhance the profitability, global competitiveness, and sustainability of the South African sugar industry.

Employer & Job Benefits

Our highly sought after post-graduate bursary/research programme offers tuition fees

board and lodging on-site at our Sugarcane Research Institute in Mount Edgecombe together with a monthly stipend of R5000 and numerous other benefits.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW AND APPLY ONLINE

BMW Temp Operator Vacancy

Would you like to work on the BMW production line and be part of the Passion for Perfection production Team?

Description

  • Start date for this position: 01 March 2018

BMW Temp Operator will be responsible for working on the production line and assist in the process of building vehicles..

Qualifications and experience

  • Grade 12.
  • Maths and Science will be an added advantage.
  • Must be able to read and write English.

Documentation Required:

Do not forget to attach them.

  • Latest updated CV.
  • Certified copies of all qualifications.
  • ID document attached.

Closing Date:  02 February 2018

BMW Temp Operator

Legal Entity: BMW (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd.

Location: Pretoria

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SA Army: Military Skills Development Programme 2019

The South African Army, through its Military Development System (MSDS), is offering youth South African citizens an opportunity to serve in uniform over a two-year period.

The Military Skills Development System is a two-year voluntary service system with the long-term goal of enhancing the SA National Defence Force’s deployment capability.

Successful MSDS candidates will be appointed in a specific mustering and will be called up to a Training Unit, where members will complete their Basic Military Training, specific mustering, and functional training in the first year and be utilized or deployed in the second year of the MSDS.

Minimum Requirements: 

  • South African Citizen with no dual citizenship.
  • Applicant aged between 18 and 22 with Grade 12 or 18 and 26 for applicants with tertiary qualifications (national diploma/degree/postgraduate diplomas and postgraduate degrees).
  • Successfully completed grade 12 with university entrance
  • Leadership potential
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  • Have no criminal record or pending cases.
  • Comply with medical fitness requirements for appointments in the SANDF.
  • Be prepared to serve in uniform, undergo Basic Military and Functional Training.

Training:

The SA Army’s mandate focuses on the provisioning of combat-ready forces and plays a leading role in landward operations.

Training will be decentralized to operational units where members will be appointed to undergo basic Basic Military Training, mustering training and be deployed as per requirements of the SA Army.

Incomplete forms will not be considered.

ONLY applicants who have passed grade 12 may apply and must be olde than the age as stipulated above on the date of reporting for training.

  • Certified copies of ID document
  • Grade 12 certificate
  • Post grade 12 qualifications and
  • CV must accompany the application form below.

POST:

SA Army Recruitment

Private Bag X981

Pretoria

0001

South African Army Application Link

MSDS 2019 Programme: South African Army Seeks Youth For

The South African Army, through its Military Development System (MSDS), is offering youth South African citizens an opportunity to serve in uniform over a two-year period.

The Military Skills Development System is a two-year voluntary service system with the long-term goal of enhancing the SA National Defence Force’s deployment capability.

Successful MSDS candidates will be appointed in a specific mustering and will be called up to a Training Unit, where members will complete their Basic Military Training, specific mustering, and functional training in the first year and be utilized or deployed in the second year of the MSDS.

Minimum Requirements: 

  • South African Citizen with no dual citizenship.
  • Applicant aged between 18 and 22 with Grade 12 or 18 and 26 for applicants with tertiary qualifications (national diploma/degree/postgraduate diplomas and postgraduate degrees).
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Training:

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Incomplete forms will not be considered.

ONLY applicants who have passed grade 12 may apply and must be olde than the age as stipulated above on the date of reporting for training.

  • Certified copies of ID document
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POST:

SA Army Recruitment

Private Bag X981

Pretoria

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South African Army Application Link

National Zoological Gardens Of South Africa MSc Bursary Opportunity

The Centre for Conservation Science at the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa (NZG) is offering four MSc bursaries to four enthusiastic students with strong interests in Wildlife Conservation Genetics, Forensics and Epidemiology.

Four projects are offered: Re-advertisement MSc Bursaries x 4:

Conservation Genetics / Forensics / Epidemiology (2018-2019) Pretoria

Requirements

The candidate must be a South African citizen
Hold a Hons/BTech degree in the relevant discipline
Have research experience in molecular biology, genetics, bioinformatics, epidemiology or related field.
Project 1: A major focus of conservation genetics is the evolutionary consequences of loss of genetic diversity in a population. Loss of heterozygosity can result in an increased probability of homozygosity of deleterious recessive alleles resulting in a limited potential for the species to adapt to changing environments. The project will focus on the analysis of immune loci in endangered frog species to complement research based on neutral markers.
Project 2: Single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers are the method of choice for genetic analyses. SNPs have several advantages including; their ease of analysis, increased sensitivity, ability to be used to match samples and determine relatedness. This project will focus on the validation of a SNP assay panel for genetic analysis and relatedness in felids.
Project 3: The aim of this study will be to improve the ability and quality of genetic analysis protocols for the accurate identification of species, and different populations in the prosecution of wildlife crime. A combination of molecular markers will be selected based on species specific genome and published data obtained from various population studies on two antelope species (kudu Tragelaphus strepsiceros and bushbuck Tragelaphus scriptus) that are currently priorities in forensic cases. This will involve the identification and testing of alternative fragments of the genome including nuclear DNA (SNPs and Microsatellites).
Project 4: There is a lack of research regarding the molecular epidemiology of infectious diseases in wildlife with no accurate diagnostic tests available for detection of infectious diseases. This project will focus on the development of accurate, reliable and reproducible molecular diagnostic tests and investigating molecular epidemiology of selected wildlife. The NZG will assist the students with finding an appropriate co-supervisor at a South African University and will nominate a NZG supervisor. The students will be expected to register with a University by the end of January 2018.
Duration: January 2018 to December 2019

Bursary information:

A student stipend of R60 000 per annum will be awarded to the successful applicant and will be renewable in the second year of study on condition of good progress.

Please note: Interested candidates are requested to send applications (motivation letter, full CV) to be forwarded to the addresses below.

A full academic transcript showing all qualifications must be included in your application.

Applicants must provide the full names and contact details of at least three referees.

Short-listed candidates who are invited for the interview will be expected to demonstrate proof of the above requirements.

A skills test may be conducted as part of the selection process.

Enquiries can be directed to Prof Desire Dalton email protected / Dr Monica Mwale email protected / Dr Essa Suleman email protected on +27 12 328 3265.

For more information kindly log on to: www.nzg.ac.za

Applications should be forwarded to: HR PRACTITIONER

Email: email protected Subject line: MSc Bursaries: Conservation Genetics / Forensics / Epidemiology

CLOSING DATE: 26 January 2018, 16h00

DHET 2018/2019 Graduate / Internship Programme

The Department of Higher Education and Training invites South African unemployed graduates who are between the ages of 18-35 to apply for the 2018-2019 Internship Programme.

Applications:

Please forward your application, quoting the Reference Number to: The Director-General, Department of Higher Education and Training, Private Bag X174, Pretoria, 0001 or hand deliver at: 123 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria at the Reception area.

Successful candidates will receive a stipend of R 5 353.78 per month.

The Department of Higher Education and Training invites South African unemployed graduates who are between the ages of 18-35 to apply for the 2018-2019 Internship Programme.

 

Closing Date: 02 Feburary 2018, Time: 16h00.

Ms Nokwanda Khoza 012 312 5192 /

Mr Walter Makgoale 012 312 5760 /

Ms Mashudu Managa 012 312 5805 or

Mr M Rooi 012 312 5125.

Conditions: 

Applications must be submitted on a Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM

OR

Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM obtainable from any Public Service Department and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV and certified copies of qualifications and Identity Document.

Candidates must not have previously served as Interns in the Public Service.

Correspondence will be limited to successful candidates only and applications received after the closing dated or faxed or emailed, will not be considered.

Graduates from TVET Colleges and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Masters And Doctoral Studentship

The CSIR has Masters and Doctoral Studentship opportunities in the Radar and Electronic Warfare (REW) competence area within the Defence, Peace Safety and Security (DPSS) unit.

The research group seeks motivated and enthusiastic students who will conduct original research towards obtaining postgraduate degree in topics aligned with its projects and thrusts.

These positions are based in Pretoria.

Research topics:

Some of our current projects/thrusts under which topics may be defined through consultation with students and their supervisors, follow below:

  • Persistent, Wide Area Surveillance (over land and sea);
  • Radar Imaging (Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) and ISAR);
  • Radar Target Recognition;
  • Radar cross section (RCS) calculation and application (monostatic and bistatic);
  • RCS measurement radar;
  • Computational Electromagnetics;
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  • Multi-static radar;
  • Foliage Penetration radar;
  • MIMO radar;
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Key responsibilities:

  • Prepare a research plan and proposal for the postgraduate study;
  • Conduct research on projects that are in line with the dissertation/thesis;
  • Form a part of active project teams on multidisciplinary research projects;
  • Write technical reports and present results;
  • Contribute towards research outputs in peer-reviewed journals, books or conference proceedings;
  • Form a strong working relationship with your CSIR supervisor to ensure that the research is relevant and of value to the CSIR;
  • Report on the progress of the research to CSIR colleagues at internal knowledge sharing events.

Qualifications, skills and experience:

  • For Masters: An Honours degree in electronic engineering;
  • For Doctoral: A Master’s degree in electronic engineering;
  • Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written) in English;
  • Ability to work well in a creative scientific environment as part of a team, with a good fit with the culture of the organisation;
  • Advanced computer literacy skills;
  • Excellent problem-solving, planning and organisational skills;
  • Good research profile and experience in participating in a project from conception to completion.

The CSIR has Masters and Doctoral Studentship opportunities in the Radar and Electronic Warfare (REW) competence area within the Defence, Peace Safety and Security (DPSS) unit.

All applications must be accompanied by he following documents:

  • Certified copies of academic results (including the latest ones);
  • Certified copies of tertiary qualifications and ID;
  • Two letters of recommendation from current or previous supervisors or lecturers.

PLEASE NOTE THAT FEEDBACK WILL BE GIVEN TO SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES ONLY.

For more info, please contact the CSIR Recruitment Centre on 012 841 4774 or email us at email protected

Graduate Opportunity at The South African Bank Note Company 2017

The South African Bank Note Company (SABN), a fully owned subsidiary of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) invites applications for their 2018 Graduate Trainee Training Programme.

The South African Bank Note Company (SABN) is a highly competitive Security Printing Company which competes on a global scale, using the latest high-tech modern technology and machinery with printing capabilities of the very highest international standards.

We are currently looking for one (1) high performing graduate to join our exciting company for 2018 Graduate Trainee Training Programme, which will ensure a smooth transition from the university life to a highly professional working environment.

The programme will allow the graduate to convert theoretically acquired knowledge into activities related to professional practices, where they will be mentored and groomed by industry experts in order to become future industry leaders.

The programme exposes graduates to global best practices in the world of Security Printing industry.

The duration of the programme will be 24 months. The programme consists of formal, theoretical and on-the-job training.

The graduates will be required to complete various tasks and /or assignments, and will be evaluated by a panel on a six (6) month basis, to ensure adequate learning progress.

The candidate should preferably be willing to relocate or already staying in the Pretoria area and arrange their own accommodation and transport. The company will provide the graduate with a market related monthly allowance.

Qualifications:

  • BSc Mechatronics Engineering or
  • B.Eng. Mechatronics

Requirements:

  • Must have obtained an average aggregate of 60% and above
  • Have completed their degree with no modules or exams outstanding

Knowledge and Skills

  • MS Office Suite packages
  • Conscientious and self-disciplined
  • Initiative
  • Result oriented
  • Willing to learn
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work in a team

Suitable applicants should forward their detailed CV’s, ID copy, copies of qualifications and recent pay slip (Only applicable to external applicants) including the name of the position and reference number to email protected.

No applications will be considered if the supporting documents are not submitted.

TVET Graduate Internship – Human Resources

TVET is education and training which provides knowledge and skills for employment.. TVET uses formal, non-formal and informal learning. TVET is recognized to be a crucial vehicle for social equity, inclusion and sustainable development

The Independent Police Investigative Directorate is offering opportunities to unemployed South Africans with qualifications from Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges who have not been exposed to work experience related to their qualification.

Applicants must:

Interns will be paid a monthly stipend of R2500.00

Applications must be submitted on form Z83 (application form) obtainable from any Public Service Departments stating the field one is applying for, a comprehensive CV, original certified copies qualifications, ID, affidavit confirming that you have not participated in a similar programme before, and proof of address.

One application quoting the reference number must be made at the Province of your residency (proof of address required) by using the addresses that are depicted below.

National Office
Reference Number: Q9/2017/68

Post your application to: Private Bag X 941, Pretoria, 0001

For attention: Ms P Hlalele

Closing date: 20 December 2017

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE DPSA CIRCULAR