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We are in the dynamic business of distributing products to the SPAR stores located throughout South Africa and some neighbouring countries.  With distribution centres (DCs) located in 5 provinces, we ensure that products are delivered to stores just in time for the consumer to enjoy their shopping experience at their local SPAR store.  All of this is made possible by the dedicated staff we have at our DCs and Central Office.

SPAR offers rewarding careers in the fields of sales, finance, marketing, logistics, information technology and human resources.  We are constantly on the lookout for people with the right skills and attitude to join our SPAR family.  We have teamed up with Career Junction, South Africa’s largest online career portal, to advertise vacancies.

Some of the career streams available at SPAR:

  • Finance: debtors, creditors, accounting, administration, bookkeeping, payroll
  • Marketing: procurement, advertising, promotions, customer care, sponsorships and special events
  • Logistics: receiving, assembly, transport, maintenance, engineering, risk control
  • Information Technology: support, programming, business analysis, software development and testing, retail systems, DC systems, training and project management.
  • Human Resources: training, industrial relations, general HR, staff benefits, organisational development
  • Sales: food specialists, retail consultancy, store planning, new business development


Northern Coal: Graduate / Internship Programme 2019

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Closing Date: 16 November 2018

Ref: NC2019 / 1T

Northern Coal is offering internships to currently unemployed individuals who have completed a tertiary qualification and are seeking post-graduate experience.

  • Mining Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Metallurgy
  • Geology
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Survey
  • Environmental Health

Qualifications and Requirements

Note: Applications must include:

  • Detailed CV
  • Certified copies of relevant qualifications and Academic Record
  • Applicants will be screened and will be subjected to an assessment process

MHSA Requirement

The successful candidate must be in possession of a valid certificate of fitness or be in a position to obtain one as per the requirements of the Mine Health and Safety Act.

Personal Attributes

  • Self-disciplined and energetic • Positive and Safe attitude • Creative original • Problem solving skills . Must be positive and serious about his / her own development • Good communication skills • Be able to work in a Team Environment • Subordination to supervision

Please forward your detailed CV with a reference number to:

If no response is received within two weeks after closing date it can be assumed that your application was unsuccessful


Job Information

Storeperson & Warehousing
JohannesburgGauteng (Kensington)
Full Time
R6,000 per month
We are currently employing pickers and packers to engage in the daily picking and packing of a factory warehouse in Isando and east rand. Successful applicants will work under factory warehouse supervisor.
Compile day to day report
Arrange Items in shelves in different locations in the warehouse
Pay vivid attention to details
Work as a team
Report to management any problem
Daily task of packing and picking
Keep warehouse Organized and receive book in delivery
Adhere to company norms and standards
Keep working area clean and safe
Disciplined and self motivated
Picking and packing experience in a warehouse environment added advantage
Able to work shifts and overtime
Basic salary R6000 plus overtime at 50% rate
To apply, email your updated cv to and I will get back to you.

NB: jobs that require an up-front payment are scams. Your discretion is advised.

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Telemarketing Agents Wanted at Finchoice


Reference Number: FIC289

Key Performance Areas

Meet sales objectives and revenue targets

  • Ensure that the agreed sales and revenue targets are achieved in line with business requirements

Meet operational and quality efficiencies

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  • Consistently reach performance targets and standards relating to productivity, adherence, turnaround time and quality
  • Always ensure that any outstanding tasks are up to date
  • Adhere to all service level agreements
  • Constantly and proactively communicate ways to improve efficiencies in our performance, procedures and systems
  • Ensure compliance standards and legislative requirements are adhered to and met against agreed quality benchmarks
  • Always make sure that the correct information is relayed to customers
  • Acquire and accurately capture all necessary information

Provide an exceptional customer experience

  • Ensure a professional, polite and efficient service is offered by acting as an ambassador
  • Take responsibility for each call by ensuring that advice is always given in the customers best interest
  • Handle objections appropriately to ensure that positive results are achieved whilst maintaining customer satisfaction
  • Continuously work towards improving the customer experience and service delivery

Closing date for applications

13th August 2018


Qualifications & Accreditations

  • Grade 12 / Matric or Equivalent qualification

Experience & Skills

  • Minimum of 1 year sales / telemarketing (outbound) experience within a Contact Centre
  • Effective communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Must be available to work shifts, weekends and public holidays
  • Clear credit and criminal record
  • Must be computer literate (Email, Internet, Word and Excel)
  • Excellent telephone etiquette

Attributes & Behaviours

  • Performance-driven and results-orientated with a relentless drive to succeed
  • A strong can-do attitude and an energetic positive approach
  • Attention to detail with a thorough approach to work
  • Excellent listening and interpersonal communication
  • Team player but able to work independently

How to Apply for Telemarketing Agents Positions

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Selling classic cars is a hobby or business many people practice today

How to Make Money Finding and Selling Old Vintage or Classic Cars

Selling classic cars is a hobby or business many people practice today. From classic car collectors to enthusiasts, classic cars have an inherent charm and enduring popularity which make them in demand even several decades after they have been manufactured. If you are looking into getting into the business of buying and selling classic cars, then here are the steps on how to succeed in doing so.

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This is Ford Escort MK1. The Ford Escort Mk1 is perhaps Ford’s single largest success outside of the United States, over 2 million were built between 1968 and 1975, and the name still carries significant weight in the UK and much of Europe. One of the most wanted classic cars good for restoration, also used on the Fast and furious movies, so it is a special thing.

1.Know Where to Look for Classic Cars
You can look for classic cars which are in good condition or you can look for classic cars which need some restoration. Some of the places you can go for great bargains are eBay and other online car dealerships and online classifieds. You can also check newspaper listings, car magazines and online classic car forums. These usually have numerous listings of all kinds of classic cars with different conditions. As you look at cars to buy, make sure to read all the given details and specifications which could help you assess their value.


2.Assess Any Necessary Repair and Restoration Work
Once you buy a classic car, you need to determine what kind of repairs or restoration are necessary. Send the car off to a classic car restoration expert so that its original appeal and beauty can be brought back. Although the cost of restoration can be hefty, you should be able to get it all back when you sell the car, since a well-restored classic car can be sold for a good price.

The VW Split Windows were built from the 50s until the 60s. The are one of the most wanted classic cars in South Africa, if you have it, no matter how rusted it is, even without an engine, you can bargain it for R100 000.

3.Get Manufacturer and the Model Information
Make sure that you are an expert on the vehicle you have as well as the company that made it. Read historical books on the manufacturer, along with books and documents about the specific make of your car. You can also obtain information from classic car clubs, as well as a list of other individuals who own similar vehicles.

Make use of the VIN code to tell what series it was or what type of model it is, such as if it was a limited edition or not. Add this information to the original paperwork of the car and its original maintenance manual, if you have them. Classic car buyers usually love to find out all about the history of a car before they buy it.


4.Research Market Trends
Compare your classic car to others and make use of classic car appraisal guides. You can also have your classic car evaluated by a qualified and professional appraiser. From this, you can establish your asking price and the lowest price that you are willing to let it go for.

Add up the expenses of purchase and restoration and factor them in to your selling price.



5.Prepare a Good Marketing Scheme
This is the most important thing you should have in order to get top dollar from the sale of your classic car. Study the current market and create a profile of your target market. Study current advertisements to get ideas on how you can market your classic car. Create signs and promotional packets with pictures, detailed descriptions and specifications of the car, location and the price.


6.Prepare the Car for the Buyer’s Inspection
Have the car cleaned and polished, inside and out. Park the car in an appealing area, where its features will stand out. Make sure you have tools handy such as a flash light, screwdrivers, adjustable wrench, pliers and a rag. Create a list of the known mechanical problems of the car and how much it would cost to have them repaired. Have a copy of the promotional packet you made to provide to prospective buyers.


So, start looking for classic cars and made a business out of things that some consider unwanted.


Start Your Career With The Trafic Police,SAPS or Metro Police

  • Metropolitan Traffic Officer
  • SAPS Officer
  • Forensic Expert
  • Private Investigator
  • Security Personnel

The National Diploma Policing is registered on the SAQA database and it is accredited by the Safety and Security (SASSETA). Hence, upon successful completion you will receive a national diploma policing.

The National Diploma Policing programme consists of a two year learning programme towards the National Diploma Policing. The qualification consists of four semesters with an exit after you finish two semesters. The next exit will be the National Diploma Policing after the second year is completed, you are qualified to work iin SAPS/Metro.

First Year

NQF Level: 5

Total Credits: 120

Entry Requirements: Grade 12

Semester 1: Police Law 1: Apply principles of law of evidence, Apply provisions of the Criminal Procedure Act, Apply the general principles of Criminal Law. Investigation 1: Conduct preliminary investigations, Attend to an incident, Investigate a crime or incident Function in a Team: Function in a team, Administer a case file, Present evidence in a court of law

Semester 2: Manage Informers: Manage informers, Manage crime intelligence practices,Perform witness support activities Investigation 2: Conduct an investigation interview, Handle suspects in the investigation Personal Management: Demonstrate an understanding of stress, Demonstrate the application of performance management

Second Year

NQF Level: 5

Total Credits: 120

Entry Requirements: Grade 12

Semester 1: Police Law 2: Apply basic financial procedures to PFMA principles, Apply Human Rights in a policing environment, Demonstrate understanding of occupational health and safety legislation in the workplace. Communication: Communicate at an advanced level and maintaining interpersonal relations, Interpret and manage conflicts within the workplace, Apply the principles of ethics to a business environment. Service Delivery: Manage service delivery improvement, Manage the implementation of organisational strategies, policies and plans in a Public Sector environment.

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Semester 2: HR Management: Lead and manage teams of people, Manage workplace relations,Managed the induction of new staff, Enhance the performance of employees, Manage human resources processes for a public sector organisation. Document Management Systems: Optimise the utilisation of information systems to improve service delivery, Manage inventory, Conduct evaluations, inspections and visits for the purpose of assessing compliance and ensuring improvement of service. Manage Operations: Plan and implement operations, Analyse tactical options for crowd management, Manage tactical operations, Demonstrate understanding of crime prevention, Manage crime investigation processes for solving of crime, Manage the operations of a Community Service Centre (CSC), Manage the prevention of crime.
List of Course Administration Fees Price per units Total Fee
Diploma in Policing(1st year) Registration R500.00 R21,500.00
Deposit R3,000.00
Monthly (x12 months) R1,500.00
Diploma in Policing(2nd year) Registration No Reg R18,000.00
Deposit No Dep
Monthly (x12 months) R1,500.00

An exam fee of R200.00 is payable per Semester

1st year practical training: R2,500.00

2nd year practical training: R2,500.00

Assessment fee (Poe): R400.00 per Semester

Exam Re-write fee: R150 per module Late POE submission Fee R100.00

Please note that Practical Training and assessment fees are not included in the Total Fees.

The college will borrow learner’s books if they are available

and must be returned after each semester.

Books can be purchased at the college.

Entry Requirements:

Proof of Matric Results, Two Identity photos, Registration fee, Completed Enrolment Form

How to Become a Train Driver

A train driver operates, or drives, a train. They’re also called locomotive engineers, railroad engineers or foot plate men. It’s a great job for someone who likes to travel and see the country and who doesn’t mind being away from home for days or weeks at a time. It pays well and affords you the benefits of belonging to a union, such as job security and a pension.

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  • Meet the general qualifications.
    • You must be at least 18 years of age.
    • You must pass a background check and a drug screen.
    • You must be able to work alone for long periods of time, handle emergency situations and think for yourself.
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      Attend formal training, which will consist of classroom study and hands-on experience. Training may take several weeks or several months. You must attend a program approved by the Federal Railroad Administration.

      • Most train drivers attend schools operated by the railroad company, but some may choose to attend a community college and earn an associate’s degree in railroad operations.
      • Get an entry-level job with a railroad company, such as a laborer, rail yard worker, brakeman or conductor. Gain additional skills and experience. If you want to drive commuter trains, you may have to begin by driving buses.

      Pass the qualifying exams for different positions and work your way up to driver. Before you can drive a train, you must pass a federal licensing exam.
      You will have to attend additional training in the classroom, in simulators and on the job before you can take the licensing exam.
      You will also be required to periodically pass additional tests to maintain your license.

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      • Is it possible for someone in their thirties to become a train driver or a conductor?
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        Yes. As long as you can make it through the training and understand the requirements of the job, you should be fine.
      • I’m in my mid-fifties. Is it too late for me to become a train driver?
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        It’s never to late to become one. Just meet the requirements and you should be fine.
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        Yes. Eligible diploma departments include the following: Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics and Automobile Engineering.
      • What are the educational requirements for becoming a train operator?
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        Most railroad companies have the minimum requirement as High School diploma or GED, but I have heard that railroads won’t hire you unless you have college experience (unsure how much truth there is to this, however).
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        The easiest way is build your experience. Start off applying for a job driving light rail, or something similar. You don’t need prior training.
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        Sure, all trains have hand breaks and dead-man switches. There’s no such thing as foot pedals except in specialty trains.
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        You must be 18 years of age or older. If you are you are under the age you could try volunteering at your local railroad museum to learn the ropes.
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        You could always research this online, or phone and ask the branch you’re looking to apply for.
      • Can I become a train conductor if I have glasses?
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        Yes. I wear glasses/contacts and recently became a locomotive engineer. Rules require you to have a backup pair on you while on duty.

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      • Railroad jobs are currently declining because of computerization. However, a large number of railroad workers are expected to retire between 2010 and 2020, creating job openings.
      • To find railroad jobs, visit the websites of railroad companies such as Norfolk Southern, Union Pacific or CSX Transportation. You can also find jobs by checking the list published by the U.S. Railroad Retirement Board. If you want to drive commuter trains or subway trains, check for jobs with area public transit authorities.