Hospitality And Catering Work Integrated Learning Programme

Compass Group South Africa, has x15 openings available. They offering an opportunity for learners who have completed their N6 in Hospitality and Catering to complete their Work Integrated Learning Component at our Units across Cape Town.

Take part in an exciting opportunity where you get to learn, gain experience and get paid for doing it!

Compass Group South Africa is offering A 12 month internship for students who have completed their N6 qualification in Hospitality and Catering to complete their Work Integrated Learning Component at our units across Cape Town.

  • Monthly stipend: R3 000
  • Duration: 12 Months


  • RSA citizen.
  • Must reside in Western Cape;
  • Clear criminal record;
  • N6 in Hospitality and Catering
  • Are between ages 18-32;
  • Are unemployed;
  • Are passionate to work with food.
  • Disabled candidates are also welcome.

Apply Here:

If you meet the above mention requirements please email your cv to: email protected



Guide: Please make sure you follow all the instructions for this post and make sure you meeting all requirements. this post is meant to help unemployed people who are struggling to support their families, please do not panic just apply today. Your motivational letter should show that you ready for this job , we want someone who really understand and be able to work in a hard way. do not try but just show us how best you are by sending the most impressive cv with true information about you. Feel free to apply today before the closing date

Closing date: Extended to 15 june 2018

SPAR BLOED mall is looking to train individuals with grade 12 (and above) to be part of our 2018/2019 wholesale and Retail learnership programmed for 12 month.

We welcome applicants from persons with disabilities

* Grade 12 (and above)
* Be a South African citizen
* Resides either Pretoria or nearby
* Be willing to learn and grow


Interested individuals who meet the above criteria are invited for this opportunity by forwarding a concise CV ( minimum two pages), certified copy of ID, certified copy of matric certificate and a letter of intent ( no longer than 1 page) motivating why you should be considered for this learnership Programme to:

Debra Mathye
Fax : 086 407 0516 or
Email : Debra.Mathye @
CLOSING DATE: 06 june 2018

Unisa Council Bursary 2018

Are you a student who could not graduate because of outstanding debt or a new student who could not be assisted by NSFAS? We’ve got good news! Applications for the Unisa Council Bursary are now open.

Unisa Council has again made money available to assist Unisa students in the following categories:

  • Students who could not graduate because of outstanding debt
  • Continuing students with outstanding debt
  • New students who could not be assisted by NSFAS

To Qualify For This Bursary:

  • Be a South African student
  • Be registered for a formal qualification
  • Must have obtained at least a 55% average

How To Apply
The vetting of applications will be done by an external service provider to verify the authenticity of the information submitted. A means test will be conducted to determine financial neediness. Incomplete forms will not be considered.

Click here for the application form. Application forms are also available at Unisa regional offices. Completed applications should be submitted via e-mail to email protected.

The deadline for applications is 31 May 2018.

Please note that the outcome of your application will be communicated to you via SMS and your myLife e-mail account.

FNB: Graduate Traineeship Programme 2018 / 2019

First National Bank is one of South Africa’s “big four” banks. It is a division of First Rand Limited, a large financial services conglomerate, which trades on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange, under the symbol: FSR

Trainee role is a developmental pipeline for key roles in business units

experience and qualifications

Students currently completing their final year of university degrees in:

This is not an exhaustive list of degrees

How to Apply

Apply Online for the FNB: Graduate Traineeship Programme 2018 / 2019

Closing Date: 03 August 2018

Rand Water Bursary and jobs

Rand Water invites undergraduates who are interested in joining the water sector to apply for thei External Bursary programme in the fields listed below.
Rand water is one o the largest water utilities in Africa. It provides bulk potable water of superior quality to 12 million people in the economic heartland of South Africa.
Bursary applications are invited from undergraduates who are interested in joining the Water Sector in the these fields:
N. Diploma/BTech – Water Care (2nd , 3rd or 4th year)
N.Diploma/BTech/B.Eng/Degree/BSC Eng – Civil/Mechanical Engineer (2nd, or 3rd year)
BTech/Degree – Quantity Surveying (2nd or 3rd year)
N.Diploma/BTech – Mechanical Engineer (2nd, or 3rd year)
N.Diploma/ BTech – Electrical Engineer (2nd, or 3rd year)
N.Diploma/ BTech/Degree – Instrumentation Engineer (2nd, or 3rd year)
N.Diploma/ BTech/Degree – Process Engineer (2nd, or 3rd year)

Degree/BSc Chemistry – Chemistry (2nd or 3rd year)
Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying:
South African citizens
Previously disadvantaged individuals
Currently in Matric or have passed Matric or currently studying or intend on studying within one of the aforementioned fields of study
Meet minimum of 65 % + academic performance in major subjects in field of study
Not possess of other bursary funding,
Applicants must be under the age of 30
Accepted to study or Registered at recognized tertiary educational institution (i.e. University and or University of Technology).

The following documents must accompany your application form:
Application Letter and Curriculum Vitae
Certified copy of ID document
Certified copies of qualifications
Proof of residence
Current Matric students: latest academic results (Grade 12 first term results)
Current tertiary students: Matric results certificate and complete academic record to date
Students who have completed Matric and are registering for tertiary study: Matric results certificate and acceptance letter or proof of registration.
In evaluating prospective applicants and making the final selection, preference will be given to females and people with disability to give effect to Rand Water’s Employment Equity Objectives.
How to apply
Closing date is 22 November 2017. Suitably qualified applicants are requested to submit their completed applications with the relevant attachments to e-mail: or fax: (086) 609 1178 (quoting the relevant notice number in the subject line).

Rand Water reserves the right not to make appointments to any of the advertised positions at any stage. Should you not receive correspondence from Rand Water within 30 days of the closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful.

Sasria Administration Graduate Opportunity 2018

Sasria, a state-owned company, is the only short-term insurer in South Africa that provides affordable
voluntary cover against special risks such as civil commotion, public disorder, strikes, riots and terrorism to any individual, business, government or corporate entity that has assets in South Africa.

Sasria has a dual mandate – the legislative mandate that directs our day-to-day business operations, and
a broader strategic mandate, like any other business in South Africa, to make a positive contribution to transforming our industry and our country, in order to make our country a better place for all her people.

“To protect the assets of all South Africans against extraordinary risks”


The vision will be achieved via our mission of driving sustainable and vibrant business by:

  • Balancing shareholder value creation with having a positive social impact;
  • Providing excellent customer service;
  • Being clear and consistent in our communication;
  • Developing the skills and capacity of own employees;
  • Improving our current strategic current strategic partnerships, and establish new ones; and
  • Providing innovative and relevant products;

The following values underpin Sasria’s pursuit of its stated vision and mission:

Professionalism – we will treat our stakeholders – i.e. customers, employees, and shareholders –
with respect and dedication while remaining accountable to them;
Integrity – we will conduct ourselves in a manner that is fair, transparent and ethical, and uphold
high levels of equality and trust;
Teamwork – in the performance of our tasks we will be guided by the ideals of unity of purpose,
cooperation and mutual respect;
Innovation – we will create opportunities for creativity and learning and encourage same amongst
our employees; and
Customer Centricity – We strive to meet and exceed our customer’s expectations.


  • Job summary statement/purpose
  • Provide administrative support to the Executive Manager and Managers

Upon completion of the programme the graduate would have acquired the following skills:

1. Administration

  • Provides general assistance in ensuring the smooth running of the office.
  • Assists the Office Manager with filing, archiving, and photocopying of documents.
  • Supports the Office Manager in communicating with relevant agencies to produce travel itineraries for directors, managers, and students’ events.
  • Assists the Office Manager in arranging meetings by scheduling appropriate meeting times, booking rooms, and organizing refreshments.
  • Provides general assistance in planning and arranging events, including organizing catering.
  • Assists with the handling of expenses and billing cycles.
  • Assists in managing reception area and looking after visitors.
  • Maintains stationery and other supplies under the supervision of the Office Manager.
  • Answers incoming telephone calls, correspondence (e-mail, letters etc.) and directs them to appropriate personnel.
  • Assists with formatting and printing of documents.
  • Assists with tracking stock of office supplies and placing of orders when necessary.
  • Data Capturing

2. Schools liaison & Graduate Support Programme

  • Assists the Programme Manager with the creation of an updating of schools’ records and databases.
  • Provides support to Programme Manager with regards to all schools visit activity.
  • Maintain appropriate filing and archiving of Students’ Application Forms.
  • Keeps and maintains attendance register and itinerary.
  • Supports the coordination of student selection process.
  • Maintains regular contact with schools’ teaching and non-teaching staff.
  • Liaise with SAADP Alumni to ensure an up-to-date Alumni database.

3. Projects

  • Attends organization’s functions.
  • Participates in event organization

Minimum requirements:

Tertiary qualification Administration, Marketing or Education


    • Detail oriented
    • Assertive
    • High attention to detail
    • Confidentiality
    • Sound judgment
    • Diplomatic
    • Use initiative
    • Ability to manage own time and ensure that deadlines are met with limited supervision


A South African citizen of any gender, preference will be given to an EE candidate.

The role will be located in Killarney, Johannesburg.

CLOSING DATE: 18 May 2018


Sasria is committed to diversifying its staff profile in terms of its transformation agenda and encourages candidates from previously disadvantaged backgrounds to apply. Sasria will respond to shortlisted candidates. Candidates who have not been contacted within 4 weeks of the closing date can assume that their application has been unsuccessful.

UNDP Communications Graduate/Internship 2018

Communication is central if UNDP is to effectively carry out its duties with and among its stakeholders. To this end, the communication unit is looking to employ a full-time intern who is interested in gaining experience and providing support to this work.

Location: Pretoria, SOUTH AFRICA

Application Deadline: 15-May-18 (Midnight New York, USA)

Duration of Initial Contract: 6 months

Expected Duration of Assignment: 6 months

UNDP is the UN’s global development network whose focus is to help countries build and share solutions to the challenges of sustainable development as informed by the 2030 sustainable development agenda.

The overarching goal of the strategic partnership between the government of South Africa and UNDP is to advance South Africa’s strategic priorities to work for a more resilient South Africa.

To achieve this, UNDP occupies itself with unlocking much-needed expertise and finances required by the country.

Linking the global agenda to national development priorities as outlined in the National Development Plan to ensure that all resources invested yield outcomes which translate to better lives for people.

UNDP’s communications strategy is intended to increase UNDP South Africa’s visibility, market successful projects, document successes and best practices, improve internal communication and strengthen media relations to keep the public and stakeholders (including government, civil society, other UN agencies, private sector, development partners) informed about our role and activities.

Duties and Responsibilities

Under the direct supervision of the Communications Analyst and the overall guidance of the Country Director of UNDP, the intern will undertake the following tasks:

  • S/he assists with profiling UNDP programmes and projects;
  • S/he assists with the production of the UNDP communication products including newsletters, bulletins, pamphlets;
  • S/he assists with producing issues-based print stories for the website that communicate UNDP’s results in South Africa;
  • S/he assists with updating UNDP website content and profiles on social networks (Facebook, YouTube, Twitter) with information about project activities and events;
  • S/he assists with keeping an updated media and partners contact list;
  • S/he assists in creating a knowledge repository of communication-related aspects for the organization;
  • S/he performs other duties as required.

Furthermore, interns are encouraged to:

  • Increase their understanding of the Sustainable Development Goals and South Africa’s National Development Plan;
  • Share their academic knowledge of communications for development with Country Office staff and other UN Agencies in South Africa;
  • Benefit from briefings and capacity-building activities organized by the national and regional office and other UN Agencies in South Africa to gain insight into the work of the United Nations and UNDP.


  • Excellent written and spoken English skills;
  • Good organizational skills;
  • Good interpersonal skills;
  • Excellent computer literacy in standard software applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint);
  • Proficiency in the use of digital and social media platforms;
  • Good research and analytical skills;
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member;
  • Sensitivity to political, cultural and national differences and adaptability to multicultural environments.

Required Skills and Experience


  • Applicants to the UNDP internship programme must at the time of application meet one of the following requirements:
  • Be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher); Studies in Communications and/ or Social Studies or related fields.
  • Be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum Bachelor’s level or equivalent);
  • Have graduated with a university degree (as defined in (a) and (b) above) and, if selected, must start the internship within one-year of graduation.


Relevant experience in similar potions, public relations, communications or journalism would be an asset.

Language: Fluency in English.

Duration of Internship Assignment:

Internship assignments vary in length according to the academic requirements of the intern, as well as the needs of UNDP. Assignments normally last a minimum of six weeks and a maximum of six months.

An internship may exceptionally be approved for a maximum total duration of nine months if the intern can demonstrate it will grant him/her an education credit for a course.

Internship Conditions:

A few key points regarding internships with UNDP:

Interns are not financially remunerated by UNDP. Costs and arrangements for travel, visas, accommodation and living expenses are the responsibility of the nominating institution, related institution or government, which may provide the required financial assistance to its students; or the intern, who will have to obtain financing for subsistence through private sources.

Interns are responsible for securing adequate medical insurance for the duration of their internship with UNDP and must provide a medical certificate of good health prior to starting the internship. UNDP will not reimburse the medical insurance of the intern. Any costs arising from accidents and illness incurred during an internship assignment will be the responsibility of the intern.

The intern is responsible for obtaining necessary visas and arranging travel to and from the duty station where the internship will be performed;

UNDP accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to personal effects that may occur during the internship.

Interns are not eligible to apply for, or be appointed to, any post in UNDP during the period of the internship;

The intern must provide proof of enrollment in health insurance plan;

Interns are not staff members and may not represent UNDP in any official capacity;

Subsequent Employment:

The purpose of the Internship Programme is not to lead to further employment with UNDP but to complement an intern’s studies. Therefore, there should be no expectation of employment at the end of an internship.

Application procedure:

Applications including an updated CV and cover letter should be uploaded on the UNDP job site



Accredited and Registered Nursing Colleges in South Africa

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One of the functions of the Nursing Council is to accredit nursing education institutions (NEI’s) and the training programmes presented by those institutions.  Council is empowered in terms of legislation to perform these functions.


The Nursing Act, 2005 – Section 42 of the Act makes it illegal for any institution in South Africa to provide education and / or training intended to qualify a person to practise as a nurse or a midwife unless both the institution and the programme of education and training are accredited by the South African Nursing Council .

In fulfilling these obligations, the Council is protecting the rights of;

the Public to receive care from a nurse or midwife who has received a high quality education intended to equip him / her to provide competent, compassionate and ethically based nursing care; and

the Learner to receive education and training that meets all the requirements for registration as a practitioner in South Africa

Illegal Institutions / Programmes
It is imperative that learners make sure that the institution where they will be trained as a nurse or midwife is accredited by the South African Nursing Council AND that the training programme (course) is also accredited by the Nursing Council .  If either is NOT ACCREDITED, the Nursing Council will not recognise any of the training the learner has received.  This means that the learner will not be able to practise in South Africa (or elsewhere) after completing the training.  All the time and money that the learner has spent on education and training will be wasted.
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Often, such illegal institutions or institutions running illegal programmes try to protect themselves by giving their programmes obscure names like Pre-nursing and telling the prospective learner that by following such a course, the learner will be guaranteed entry into further nursing education (at the same or another nursing education institution).  There is no provision for such programmes in the Nursing Act, 2005 or in its regulations and no such guarantee.  The education and training regulations (available on this web-site) give minimum entry requirements for each nursing education and training programme.
The Nursing Council handles complaints or reports received about illegal institutions and/or illegal programmes operating in South Africa.
All allegations are investigated and, if it is found that an institution is operating illegally or running an illegal programme, the co-operation of the South African Police Services (SAPS) is sought in closing down the institution or programme.  SAPS is involved in this process because in terms of the Nursing Act, 2005 it is a criminal offence for someone to operate such an institution or to offer such a programme.
If you are aware of any institution that you think may be operating illegally or providing an illegal programme, please send full details to the Council so that the facts can be checked.
How to Find Accredited and Registered Colleges

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Graduate/Internship at Zando 2018

As a BI Intern, you will work as part of a team to create and query reports based on existing frameworks. You will be involved in interfacing with all departments to collect and analyze data from all areas of the business.

Zando was founded by Rocket Internet AG in 2012 and since then has grown exponentially to become South Africas biggest online fashion store. Zando is part of the Jumia Group, Africa’s leading digital player with more than 10 different market leading verticals in more than 20 countries.

Our passion for customer experience, knowledge in eCommerce as well as our drive to innovate are the basis for our success that we share with investors such as MTN, Millicom, Goldman Sachs and Orange.

Rocket Internet AG is one of the most successful Internet incubators globally responsible for starting more than 100 market leading e-commerce companies.

Comparable to Zalando in Europe, Zando is South Africa’s largest online retail fashion store with a Head Office based in Cape Town and warehouses in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg.

You will work with the following tools:

  • Microsoft SQL Server;
  • Google Analytics Premium;
  • Reporting and report writing.
  • Statistics and data analysis.
  • Excel (Power pivots and Power Queries).
  • Various BIG DATA cloud solutions.
  • Data Warehousing and Relational Databases.

You will have access to the following:

  • Everyday use of modern development tools/frameworks.
  • High degrees of responsibility and autonomy.
  • Great opportunities for personal and professional growth.
  • The attractive working environment in a dynamically growing eCommerce sector involving fast pace environment and flat command structure.
  • Ability to live the Zando values:
  • Delivers customer satisfaction;
  • Leads completely;
  • Embraces and drives change;
  • Goes the extra mile;
  • Is adventurous, open-minded and creative;
  • Creates fun and a positive team spirit. Education required:
  • Grade 12 (Senior Certificate).
  • Relevant tertiary education.
  • A valid Green South African ID required.
  • This position is in line with our company employment equity plan.
  • Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • Please note that this is a 6-month contract


* A valid Green South African ID required.
* This position is in line with our company employment equity plan.
* Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
* Please note that this is a 6 month contract.

MasakhiSizwe Bursary Programme 2019

The name MasakhiSizwe comes from the Nguni tribe meaning let’s Build the Nation and aims to develop the nation through education and training.

The Department of Transport and Public Works established the MasakhiSizwe Bursary Programme in 2006.

It partnered with Higher Education Institutions (HEI), Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and the relevant professional bodies to develop professionals in engineering and the built environment fields by offering bursaries to study towards a degree or higher diploma in the following disciplines:

  • Property studies
  • Transport economics
  • Transportation engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Electrical and/or electronic engineering
  • Civil engineering
  • Construction management
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Town/City and regional planning
  • Architecture, etc

Where can the bursaries be taken up?

  • The University of Cape Town.
  • Stellenbosch University.
  • The Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

Who can apply for a bursary?

To apply for one of these bursaries you must be:

  • A South African citizen.
  • Be accepted at the relevant tertiary institution.
  • We will give preference to financially disadvantaged female learners from rural areas of South Afric

The MasakhiSizwe Bursary Programme:

  • Prioritises financially disadvantaged learners when awarding bursaries, especially women and learners from rural communities .
  • Provides support services programmes.
  • Secures learning opportunities for MasakhiSizwe bursars (i.e. interns).
  • Secures employment opportunities for graduates.

Closing Date: 30 September Annually


Click Here to MasakhiSizwe Bursary Link