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NURSING LEARNERSHIPS OPPORTUNITY

We wanted to let you know about nursing learnerships. We have tried to get information about this learnership programme, but we didn’t meet any active nursing learnerships. Then, we only find information about nursing bursaries. No matter, may we can get our lucky later. Nursing bursaries can be an alternative programme of nursing learnerships. To apply for any of the nursing bursaries, you have to be a south African citizen and meet the following minimum requirements: passed Grade 12 and if you are studying at a university, you need to submit your latest results.

Some of bursaries from companies/government offer some following fields: Nursing, Medical (MBChB), Pharmacy, Radiography, Emergency Medical Care, Accountants, Attorneys, Dentists, Doctors (belonging to the HPCSA), Engineers (Electrical & Mechanical with four year degree), Nurses (with four year B.Cur degree), Pharmacists, Auditor, Human Resources Practitioner, and Social Worker. These  (also nursing learnerships) can be offered by South African companies. Some of them are Statssa, Sactwu, PPS, LIBERTY, Mintek, Hatch and many more. These bursaries will cover tuition fees, living allowance, book allowance, accommodation fees, and registration fees.

Here are some success tips in getting nursing bursaries. First of all, always check open dates, closing date and method of application of each bursary in order to make your effort counted to be succeed. Secondly, follow the nursing bursaries qualifications and requirements as stated at the announcement. Complete all bursaries qualifications and requirements. Submit your application including requirement documents and copy if your qualifications.

Update: Nursing Learnerships

This site will update with any information available related to nursing learnerships. We wish our site can answer your frequently questions such as can i get nursing learnership? You also can find information about nursing learnership interview questions, available government nursing learnership, nursing learnership 2018/2019 at any hospitals in South Africa. For example, Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital.

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List of Areas Where You Can Sell Mandela Coins for Extra Cash in South Africa

several of the Mandela 90th Birthday proof 70’s have sold for R275 000. The rare 90th birthday Mandela proof and mint state coins are expected to show blistering financial performance in 2014 tax free. The first year after the death of the great Nelson Mandela. These are the rare R5 Mandela coins that are in the greatest demand from the South African and international public. The proof versions of these coins are the most beautiful South African coins ever manufactured, they are breath-taking. The proof versions are also by number of only 5 000 minted with the exception of the finest known rare R5 Mandela coins the most rare Mandela coins of the entire series. We are projecting that proof 70 birthday Mandela coins will sell for R450 000 at the end of the year around R1 million by the end of 2017. The proof 69 birthday Mandela coins are expected to be selling at R65 000 by the end of 2016 and R110 000 at the end of 2017.

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Take your coins to one of the following areas

 

1.SA Coin

S A COIN is the largest rare coin company in South Africa. They have been in business for around 25 years. In that time they have developed the market for South African rare coins from a small sized cottage industry market to being valued at over R1.1 billion rand. They took South Africa’s rarest coin the single 9 from a value of R600 000 in 1996 to a value and sale of R4 650 000 through S A COIN in 1998. Today the Single 9 is valued at R50 million rand.

2.TheCoinCompany

Members of The Coin Company are from various backgrounds. All complimenting each other but all with the same purpose, to keep the coin industry alive and thriving. Our sales staff and experienced consultants have received excellent training in the industry and continue to receive on-going training as the market evolves. One of our senior staff members has held top management positions in the coin industry for the past 30 years. This coupled with the Accounting experience of an International Corporate accountant give us a strong accounting and administrative background. We offer a well-balanced, rounded company to benefit our customers in this incredible field of coin investments and rare coins.

 

FNB VACANCIES AVAILABLE

First National Bank invites graduates to apply for their Graduate Trainee programme and gain vital experience in the world of work.

With FNB, you can be part of a company that offers you a career, not just a job. With a wide range of employment options and business areas to choose from, you are bound to find a perfect fit. We share accountability with our employees and provide you with the best possible opportunities to learn and grow.

We are breaking new ground with our innovative thinking and challenging our employees to think differently and develop into the thought leaders of the future. The foundation of our success is in our entrepreneurial culture and the belief that our people are our single most important resource. If you share our values of being: Helpful Effective Ethical Innovative Accountable and you have one simple goal: to improve the lives of customers through simple, effective solutions that meet their needs, contact us today and join a winning team. All appointments will be made in line with the Bank’s EE Strategy.

This trainee role is a developmental pipeline for key roles in business units.

Requirements

Students currently completing their final year of university degrees in:

  • Commerce (Accounting, Business Management, Finance, Economics etc)
  • Actuarial Science
  • Maths
  • Statistics
  • Engineering
  • Marketing
  • HR
  • Industrial Psychology
  • Information Systems
  • Computer Science
  • This is not an exhaustive list of degrees

Only South African citizens need apply.

Duties

  • Deliver exceptional service that exceeds customers’ expectations through proactive, innovative and appropriate solutions
  • Provision of an efficient execution of role responsibilities through careful and timeous planning, reporting and updating of all related information in the relevant role of learning
  • Participate in the innovation process in the business and contribute toward new innovations against objectives
  • Participation in knowledge sharing and projects to maximise skills required for the role and relevant career exploration by executing all activities required to be efficient and successful
  • Manage graduate development plan by completion of training assignments
  • Manage graduate development plan to increase own competencies and skills by attendance of training
  • Manage own development to increase own competencies
  • Live the values of the business through demonstrating and displaying of the values required in the business

How to Apply

All appointments will be made in line with the Bank’s EE Strategy.

Closing: 3 August 2018

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WORLD COIN NEWS MANDELA CONTINUES TO BE PROFITABLE COIN SUBJECT

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How did it happen that unpretentious business strikes of a common coin, one with a mintage of 5 million pieces, became $10,000 numismatic superstars less than five months after the coin began circulating? This is not a trick question, nor does its answer involve mint errors or rare die variations.

The coin is South Africa’s 2008 5 rand commemorating former president Nelson Mandela’s 90th birthday. Released into circulation on July 18, 2008, many of the coins soon appeared in the offices of Professional Coin Grading Services and Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, two graders favored by South African collectors.

As I write in mid-December, only six examples have been graded as high as MS-68, all by PCGS. Three of these recently sold for R100,000, or about US$10,000, per coin.

The South African Mint's 2008 5 rand coin commemorates the 90th birthday of Nelson Mandela. Its finr detail makes MS-68 examples, valued at $10,000, hard to come by

A partial explanation for this price level lies in the coin’s theme. Every South African Mint product associated with Mandela enjoys extraordinary popularity in South Africa and, to a growing extent, around the world.

The 90th birthday issue joins a family of similar coins, namely, the 1994 Mandela presidential inauguration R5 and his post-presidential 2000 R5, whose rates of appreciation in the numismatic market make them top performers globally. Of all coins ever minted anywhere, the 2000 R5 has the steepest curve of increasing prices. No other coin comes close.

South Africans have been hoarding the new R5 since July 18. Anticipating this behavior, the South African government tried to forestall it. Reserve Bank Governor Tito Mboweni and Finance Minister Trevor Manuel practically begged the public to keep the coin in circulation. Of course, South Africans didn’t comply.

The resulting hoards have an important bearing on the value of MS-68 examples. High percentages of the total number of coins minted remain uncirculated or almost uncirculated. This permits numismatic experts to discern the extreme rarity of superb business strikes.

An inordinately small proportion of superlative pieces emerged from the mint. We arrive at the root cause of the $10,000 price tag for MS-68 specimens when we understand why the South African Mint, whose technical prowess in world class, didn’t produce a greater quantity of nearly perfect coins.

The coin’s planned intricacies and the techniques required to execute them were challenging. Like mints in the U.S. and Canada, the South African Mint proved unable to devote the resources necessary to master these challenges and produce consistently excellent “mere” business strikes. To have done so would have been prohibitively expensive.

A bimetallic coin, the Mandela 90th birthday R5 entailed more difficult strikings that would have been the case if planchets of uniform alloy had been used. The South Africans resorted to the bimetallic planchets – brass-plated steel centers with nickel-plated copper rings – that they had introduced for their R5 in 2004. Moreover, and in the contrast to the 1994 and 2000 Mandela R5s, the 2008 coin was designed with a quantum leap of finer detail.

This is especially evident on the coin’s reverse (what Americans would call its obverse) where Mandela’s bust dominates the center. In the ring and radiating from the center on both Mandela’s right and his left are incredibly minute renditions of the letters “SARB” standing for the South African Reserve Bank. Mint employees surely suffered fits trying to keep this tiny lettering sharp.

Fine detail also appears on the obverse where the South African coat of arms is markedly more elaborate than the wildebeest design of 2000.

To my mind, the coin’s most demanding feature is its reeded edge with a security groove bifurcating the reeding. Inside the security groove appear repeated incuse runs of the letters “SARB R5” denoting the reserve bank and the coins denomination.

Getting all of this right and minting reasonably attractive business strikes makes the paucity of MS-68 pieces unsurprising. Collectors should feel grateful that there are any such examples.

Price differentials attest to the scarcity of the MS-68s. Whereas three of these have fetched R100,000 apiece, the relatively common MS-65 routinely retails for R750, about $75.

The Mandela 90th birthday R5 is exciting in itself, regardless of the potential to profit from it. It honors a statesman whose reputation is unsurpassed by those of his contemporaries around the globe. His coin will continue to be coveted collectibles.

Perhaps the 90th birthday coin will prove more popular than the famed 2000 Mandela R5. I entertain the suspicion because of a consideration that most South Africans probably take for granted and non-South Africans are prone to ignore.

Study carefully both sides of the coin. Notice the absence of the words ”SOUTH AFRICA.” The English-language name of the country isn’t present on all of its coins. South Africa has 11 official languages, and the mint rotates their use on coins.

Two minority languages grace Mandela’s 2008 R5. There’s “AFRIKA BORWA” in Sepedi/Sesotho and “SUID-AFRIKA” in Afrikaans. The latter language is the preferred tongue of the majority of South African whites. Although they had feared the end of apartheid, they’ve lauded Mandela’s magnanimity in transcending its legacy. The prominence of their language on his 90th birthday coin is fitting and equally ironic

Unit Manager Surgical (Neuro/ Orthopaedics/ Gynae)

  • Western Cape, Market Related
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Sector: Medical
  • Posted by Mediclinic on Wednesday, May 2, 2018
  • Reference: 180502-20
Job Details
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Employer: Mediclinic

Please note that this job may expire at any time, for operational reasons. Advert closing dates may vary from those published on job boards and third party sites. Please double-check the closing date before applying

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Apply before Thursday, May 17, 2018 – 15 Days leftCompanies may expire jobs at their own discretion.If you have not received a response within two weeks, your application was most likely unsuccessful.

Service Consultant at Capitec Needed

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  • Centurion, Market Related
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Sector: Retail
  • Posted by Capitec on Wednesday, May 2, 2018
  • Reference: 180502-11
  • Job Details

    Employer: Capitec

     Capitec Bank is on the lookout for a dynamic, self-motivate 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 and • assisting clients with general banking related queries.
    – Please note that this job may expire at any time, for operational reasons. Advert closing dates may vary from those published on job boards and third party sites. Please double-check the closing date before applying
     Apply here

    Apply before Sunday, July 1, 2018 – Companies may expire jobs at their own discretion.If you have not received a response within two weeks, your application was most likely unsuccessful.

Process Engineer ( Engineering, Mining, Consultant)

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  • Gauteng, R35 000.00 – R50 000.00 Per Month (Negotiable)
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Sectors: Engineering, Mining, Consulting
  • Posted by Wood Group on Wednesday, May 2, 2018
  • Reference: copy-copy-copy-1224339
  • Job Details

    Employer: Wood Group

  • Our Client in the process is looking for a Process Engineer with experience in design of process plant equipment for an EPC contractor on small fast paced projects.
    Candidate Requirements
    • BTech/BEng/BSc Eng in chemical/Minerals processing/Matallurgy
      • Minimum 5 years experience in a design or consulting environment
      • Experience in minerals processing

      Apply here

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NPA: Graduate / Internship Programme 2018 / 2019

CLOSING DATE: 07 MAY 2018

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME FOR 2018 / 2019

National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) invites South African 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. A stipend will be paid according to proof of relevant qualification and will vary as per qualification:

  • (N6 – R2500.00),
  • National Diploma & Degree- R4000.00,
  • Honours & Masters – R5000.00)
  • Pretoria: Head Office

    Ms Tlou Mohlaba VGM Building, 123 Westlake Avenue, Weavind Park, Silverton, Pretoria, 0001.
    National Prosecuting Authority Private Bag x752, Pretoria, 0001 Tel: 012 845 6193

    Supply Chain Management [x3]SCM / 2018 / 01

    • ND / Degree Supply Chain Management / Logistics
    Finance [x3]FIN / 2018 / 02

    • N6 Financial Management / Cost and Management Accounting
    Asset & Fleet [x2]AF / 2018 / 03

    • ND / Degree Assets, Fleet and Facility Management
    Pretoria: Head Office

    Mr Matome Lebepe VGM Building, 123 Westlake Avenue, Weavind Park, Silverton, Pretoria, 0001
    National Prosecuting Authority Private Bag x752, Pretoria, 0001 Tel: 012 845 6446

    Document Centre [x1]DOC / 2018 / 04

    • ND / Degree Records Management / Archive Management
    Human Resource Management & Development [x3]HRM & D / 20 18 / 05

    • N6 HRM / Public Administration / Management
    Human Resource Management & Development [x2]HRM & D / 20 18 / 06

    • ND / Degree HRM / Public Administration / Management
    CCU [x1]SCCU / 2018 / 07

    • N6 General Admin / Management Assistant / Office Management & Technology
    OCA [x1]SOCA2018 / 08

    • N6 General Admin / Management Assistant / Office Management
    Legal Affairs Division [x2]LAD 2018 / 09

    • N6 General Admin / Management Assistant / Office Management & Technology
    Legal Affairs Division [x2]LAD / 2018 / 10

    LLB degree

    Legal Affairs Division  [x2]LAD / 2018 / 11

    • ND / Degree / Paralegal Studies
    Information & Systems Management (LAN Administrator) [x1]I & SM 2018 / 12

    • ND / Degree Information Technology
    Information & Systems Management (System Administrator)  [x1]I & SM 2018 / 13

    • ND / Degree Information Technology
    Information & Systems Management (Administration) 1I & SM / 2018 / 14

    • ND / Degree General Admin / Management Assistant / Office Management & Technology
    Communication s DPP:JHB [x1]COMM / 201 8 / 15

    • ND / Degree Journalism / Publi c Relations / Comm unications
    Security Management [x3]SM / 2018 / 16

    • ND / Degree Security Management / Social Science
    Pretoria: Head Office

    Ms Tlou Mohlaba VGM Building, 123 Westlake Avenue, Weavind Park, Silverton, Pretoria, 0001.

    National Prosecuting Authority Private Bag x752, Pretoria, 0001 Strategy Tel: 012 845 6193

    Integrity Management Unit  [x1]IMU / 2018 / 17

    • ND / Degree Legal / Criminal Law / Investigation related courses
    Integrity Management Unit  [x1]IMU / 2018 / 18

    • ND / Degree Social Sciences / Risk Management / Legal
    Management Office [x1]STR / 2018 / 19

    • ND / Degree Audit, Finance, Risk, Strategy
    Labour Relations [x1]LB / 2018 / 20

    • ND / Degree Labour Relations
    Bloemfontein

    Ms Bernadine Fortein, Waterfall Building, Cnr Aliwal & Andrews Street, Bloemfontein, 9301
    Director of Public Prosecution Private Bag X20506, Bloemfontein, 9300 Tel: 051 410 6058

    HRM DPP: [x1]HRM / 2018 / 21

    • N6 HRM / Public Administration / Management
    Finance DPP: [x1]FIN / 2018 / 22

    • N6 Financial Management / Cost and Management Accounting
    Assets Management DPP: [x1]AS / 2018 / 23

    • ND / Degree Assets, Fleet and Facility Document Management
    DPP: [x1]DOC / 2018 / 24

    • ND / Degree Records Management & Archives Management
    Kimberley

    Mr Phumelele Sali Wilcon House, 22 Fabricia Road, Beaconsfield, Kimberley,

    Director of Public Prosecution Private Bag X5037, Kimberley, 8300 Tel: 053 807 4521

    HRM DPP: [x1]HRM / 2018 / 25

    • N6 HRM / Public Admin
    Finance DPP: [x1]FIN / 2018 / 26

    • ND / Degree Financial Management / Cost & Management Accounting
    Administration DPP: [x1]ADM / 2018 / 27

    • N6 General Admin / Management Assistant / Office Management & Technology
    Pietermaritzburg

    Ms Thabsile Radebe 313 Pieter Maritz Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3200,
    Director of Public Prosecution Private Bag 9008, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 Tel: 033 392 8753

    Finance DPP:  [x1]FIN / 2018 / 28

    • N6 Financial Management / Cost & Management Accounting
    Library DPP: [x1]LIB / 2018 / 29

    • ND / Degree Library & Information Science
    Communications DPP: [x1]COMM / 201 8 / 30

    • ND / Degree Journalism / Publi c Relations / Comm unications
    Document Centre DPP: [x1]DOC / 2018 / 31

    • ND / Degree Records Management / Archive Management
    Durban

    Mr Sifiso Ntombela Southern Life Building, 2nd Floor(HR), 88 Joe Slovo Street, Durban, 4000, Director of Public Prosecution Private Bag X54342, Durban, 4000 Tel: 031 334 5027

    HRM DPP: [x1]HRM / 2018 / 32

    • N6 HRM / Public Admin
    Finance DPP: [x1]FIN / 2018 / 33

    • N6 Financial Management / Cost & Management Accounting
    Administration DPP: [x1]ADM / 2018 / 34

    • N6 General Admin / Management Assistant / Office Management & Technology
    Cape Town

    Ms Angeline Jansen 115 Buitengracht Street, Cape Town, 8000
    Director of Public Prosecution Private Bag X9003, Cape Town, 8000 Tel: 021 487 7000

    HRM DPP:  [x1]HRM / 2018 / 35

    • N6 HRM / Public Admin
    Finance DPP:  [x1]FIN / 2018 / 36

    • N6 Financial Management / Cost and Management Accounting
    Communication s DPP: [x1]COMM / 201 8 / 37

    • ND / Degree Journalism / Publi c Relations
    Administration DPP: [x1]ADM / 2018 / 38

    • N6 General Admin / Management Assistant / Office Management & Technology
    Mmabatho

    Ms Flora Kalakgosi, Mega City Complex, East Gallery,3139 Sekame Road, Mmabatho,
    Director of Public Prosecution Private Bag X2009, Mmabatho, 2735 Tel: 018 381 9041

    HRM DPP: [x1]HRM / 2018 / 39

    • N6 HRM / Public Admin
    Finance DPP:  [x1]FIN / 2018 / 40

    • N6 Financial Management, Cost & Management Accounting
    Document Management DPP: [x1]DOC / 2018 / 41

    • ND / Degree Records Management / Archive Management
    Administration DPP: [x1]ADM / 2018 / 42

    • N6 General Administration / Office Management & Technology / Management Assistant
    Mpumalanga (Nelspruit)

    Ms Khensani Luphondo, 32 Bell Street, Caltex Building, 2nd Floor Room 233, Nelspruit 1200,
    Director of Public Prosecution Private Bag X11266,Nelspruit, 1200 Tel: 013 752 6953

    Finance DPP: [x1]FIN / 2018 / 43

    • N6 Financial Management / Cost & Management Accounting
    Administration DPP:  [x1]ADM / 2018 / 44

    • N6 General Admin / Managem ent Assistant / Office Management & Technology
    HRM DPP: [x1]HRM / 2018 / 45

    • N6 HRM / Public Admin
    Document Management DPP: [x1]DOC / 2018 / 46

    • ND / Degree Records Management / Archive Management
    Grahamstown

    Ms Matlotlo Mofokeng 94 High Street, Grahamstown, 6103, Private Bag X1009, Grahamstown, 6103 Tel: 046 602 3047

    Finance DPP: [x1]FIN / 2018 / 47

    • ND / Degree Financial Management / Cost & Management Accounting
    Finance DPP:  [x1]FIN / 2018 / 48

    • N6 Financial Management / Cost and Management Accounting
    Grahamstown (Graaff-Reinet)

    Ms Matlotlo Mofokeng 94 High Street, Grahamstown, 6103, Private Bag X1009, Grahamstown, 6103 Tel: 046 602 3047

    Administration DPP: [x1]HRM / 2018 / 49

    • N6 General Administration & Office Management & Technology / Management Assistant
    Port Elizabeth

    Ms Andiswa Qamba Wool Trust Building, 18 Grahamstown Road, Port Elizabeth, 6001

    Director of Public Prosecution Private Bag , X6075 Port Elizabeth, 6001 Tel: 012 842 1450

    Document Management DPP: [x1]DOC / 2018 / 50

    • ND / Degree Records Management / Arc hive Management
    HRM DPP: [x1]HRM / 2018 / 51

    • N6 HRM / Public Admin / Management
    Communication s DPP: [x1]COMM / 201 8 / 52

    • ND / Degree Journalism / Public Relations / Comm unications
    Bhisho

    Ms Taliga Raga Director of Public Prosecutions Phalo Avenue, Bisho, 5605 Director of Public Prosecutions Private Bag X0004, Bisho, 5605 Tel: 040 608 6812

    Document Centre DPP: [x1]DOC / 2018 / 53

    • ND / Degree Records Management / Archive Management
    Assets, Fleet & Facility DPP: [x1]AFF / 2018 / 54

    • ND / Degree Logistics / Assets / Fleet
    HRM DPP:  [x1]HRM / 2018 / 55

    • ND / Degree HRM / Public Admin / Management
    Polokwane

    Mr Mogale Selepe 36 Biccard Street, Floor 05, Room 563, Polokwane, 0700

    DPP: Limpopo Division Private Bag X9703 Polokwane 0700 Tel: 015 045 0265

    Finance: DPP: [x1]FIN / 2018 / 56

    • N6 Financial Management / Cost & Management Accounting
    Document Management DPP:  [x1]DOC / 2018 / 57

    • ND / Degree Records Management / Archive Management
    Communication s DPP:  [x1]DOC / 2018 / 58

    • ND / Degree Journalism / Public Relations / Communications
    Polokwane (Thohoyandou)

    Mr Khakhathi Phaswana Thohoyandou High Court Building, Mphephu Street, Eastern Side of Tusk Venda Sun, Thohoyandou, 0950
    Director of Public Prosecution Private Bag X5016, Thohoyandou, 0950

    HRM DPP: [x1]HRM / 2018 / 59

    • N6 HRM / Public Admin / Management
    Document Management DPP: [x1]DOC / 2018 / 60

    • ND / Degree Record Management & Archive Management
    Pretoria: Head Office

    Ms Tlou Mohlaba VGM Building, 123 Westlake Avenue, Weavind Park, Silverton, Pretoria, 0001.

    National Prosecuting Authority Private Bag x752, Pretoria, 0001 Tel: 012 845 6193

    AFU  [x2]AFU / 2018 / 61

    • N6 General Administration / Office Management & Technology / Management Assistant
    NPS (Court Prep) [x1]NPS / 2018 / 62

    Degree / Social Work / Criminology

    HRM NPA: Head Office [x1]NPS / 2018 / 63

    • N6 HRM / Public Administration / Management
    Johannesburg, Tembisa and Krugersdorp

    Mr Sydwell Namuhuchu Director of Public Prosecution, Innes Chambers, Cnr Pritchard and Kruis Street, Johannesburg, 2001 Director of Public Prosecution, Private Bag X8, Johannesburg, 2000 Tel: 011 220 4005

    Administration DPP: [x3]ADM / 2018 / 64

    • N6 General Administration / Office Management & / Technology / Management Assistant

     

    How To Apply

    Applications must be submitted on a Z83. Applications must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV, certified copies of ID, Grade 12 and qualifications as well as the recent academic transcript / record. Applications can be posted or hand delivered directly to the offices.

    Faxed or emailed applications will not be accepted.

Gauteng Dept of Agriculture: Graduate / Internship Programme 2018 / 2019

 

Closing Date: 11 May 2018

Ref: REFS / 002879
Stipend: R87k pa

Duties: All successful candidates will be mentored and guided by the commercial farmer; Work as a farm work as per the commodity requirements to improve productivity in the commercial farm; Be prepared to learn farming skills as guided by the commercial farmer; Attend training relevant to farm commodity etc..

REQUIREMENTS: All unemployed agricultural graduates with a National Diploma / Degree in Agriculture. Interested applicants should be agricultural  graduates aged between the ages of 18 – 35 years, South African citizen:unemployed graduates who have never participated in an Internship programme or students that require Experiential Training to complete their qualifications. Successful candidates will be exposed to sign an Internship Agreement and they will receive a monthly allowance or stipend which will be determined by the exit level of their qualifications.

Candidates must attach their recently updated CV as well as certified copies of Identity Document, Senior Certificate and qualification including academic transcript.

How To Apply

Gauteng Dept of Agriculture: Graduate / Internship Programme 2018 / 2019

Applications should be forwarded to: Human Resource Development, GDARD, PO Box 8 769, Johannesburg, 2000 or hand delivered to Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, 56 Eloff Street, Umnotho House, Ground Floor.

NB: No faxed or email applications will be accepted and applications which will be received after the closing date will not be considered. If you have not been contacted within 3 months of the closing date,please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

NB: All short-listed candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job, the logistics of which will be communicated by the department.  Following the interview and technical exercise, the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend a generic managerial competency assessment (in compliance with the DPSA Directive on the implementation of competency based assessments).

For further enquiries, please contact: Mr Mpho Tlape and Mr Skhakele Njoni, Tel (011) 240 3128 / 3027