SANDILE SHEZI (SOUTH AFRICA’S YOUNGEST MILLIONAIRE) FOREX TRADING

“Inside every rich man is a poor kid that followed his dreams” Sandile Shezi (South Africa’s Youngest Millionaire).Sandile Shezi is a 23 year old forex trader that made millions.Follow the link to find out how he did it

Our Vision is to Become Africa’s Leading Forex Training Institution, by providing world class Forex training.

Global Forex Institute was established by Sandile Shezi and George van der Riet to bring affordable, effective Forex training that works, to the masses. In fact most of the training and mentoring provided is done so FREE of charge. Global Forex Institute is the only company in South Africa that provides Forex Training not for income but to help curb unemployment. Global Forex Institute makes their money from trading and their results are on the website for everyone to see. The training that Global Forex Institute does is part of the community work and their way of giving something back. Students can link their accounts to the Global Forex Fund and earn while they learn. With over 2000 clients trained Global Forex Institute is truly Africa’s leading Forex training provider.

To book a seat for a beginners class for FREE in Umhlanga, Sandton or Cape Town all you have to do is click on the booking tab at the top of this page or call us on 031 827 2222 / 031 827 0111.

Global Forex Institute prides itself with being one of the few establishments of its kind, solely owned by young South African entrepreneurs. Global Forex Institute has the experience and skills to teach the total beginner, as well as the professional, to perfect the art of turning time into money.

Due to the strong belief behind formal education, Global Forex Institute was thereafter centred to close the gap between the ordinary man and the millionaires, particularly in the black communities by providing world class Forex training and mentorship. It is due to our trading and training experience that our clients are given the opportunity not only to learn how to create wealth and income, but also understand that knowing what to do and being disciplined will determine the difference between being a trader or a gambler. Global Forex Institute pledges to empower the Nation with knowledge that could change millions of people’s lives and in the process change our country for the better.

About management:

GFI was started by George van der Riet and Sandile Shezi. George van der Riet is a semi retired Forex trader with 15 years experience. He mentors Sandile Shezi and advanced students of GFI. George van der Riet has won the African Forex Cup in 2014 and 2015.
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Sandile Shezi (CEO) is a serial entrepreneur and one of the most successful young black entrepreneurs in South Africa. He has been on CNBC Africa and numerous radio shows.


TESTIMONIALS

“Global Forex Institute’s affordable Forex training made my learning experience so enjoyable. They held my hand through all my trades with their mentoring. Since I started with GFI I have doubled my account in 2 months while being fully employed. I am now an advanced trader and get mentored by George van der Riet himself.” Angela Gina- agina631@gmail.com
“I was always interested in forex trading. I never got into it after hearing about all the forex training scams there are out there. Out of curiosity, I attended Global Forex Institute’s free Saturday classes and was so impressed with Sandile Shezi and George van der Riet and their high level of experience in trading forex. I was not completely convinced until I saw their personal trading results. Those guys know exactly what they are doing.” Rowan Marais- rowanmarais1@gmail.com
“I love to travel. I have been to so many countries which is why I love trading forex. No matter where in the world I am I can still make money. The markets are open 24 hours a day so you can trade anytime anywhere!” Genevieve Erlank- genevieveerlank@gmail.com
“I have spent so much money doing Forex courses, local and internationally, and I still struggled to trade. A friend of mine had recommended Global Forex Institute and told me about their basic free classes. I was so impressed. They were so affordable and offered such beneficial services, once I had joined the team I was making profit after such a short period of time. I quit my job and started trading full-time.” Derek Msomi-dmsomi1@gmail.com

CHECK JABULANI NGCOBO SOUTH AFRICAN YOUNG MILLIONAIRE HOW HE DID IT? WITH FOREX TRADE

Durban’s youngest “millionaire” Jabulani Ngcobo has no qualms about being investigated by the police and the SA Reserve Bank – and he has branded his critics racists and vowed to splurge more millions to promote his business.

The Police Commercial Crimes Unit and the Reserve Bank confirmed this week that they had begun investigations into Ngcobo’s wealth.

“We have a police inquiry against him, but it’s not a case docket yet,” said an SAPS Commercial Crimes Unit officer who asked not to be named.
“At this stage, we know he has investment companies. We need to investigate their legitimacy; it’s all embryonic at the moment.”

Ngcobo, 26, made headlines after throwing a R1 million birthday party two weeks ago, where 250 guests enjoyed champagne, caviar, sushi and a spit braai at an upmarket local hotel.

Yesterday, dressed in Roberto Cavalli shoes, Billionaire jeans, a Mondo jacket, Louis Vuitton sunglasses and a matching satchel, Ngcobo said his dream was to become Durban’s youngest dollar millionaire.

“I want to be on the Forbes list. I want to be the biggest donor. I believe in helping others, but I want to be able to donate a million rand or two to those who are needy. I want to make a difference.”

Ngcobo denied that his firm was a pyramid scheme, and said authorities were welcome to probe his operations and business interests.

Ngcobo questioned the scrutiny that has followed him over the past two weeks and said: “If a white man had thrown a party like mine, people would have been saying, ‘Oh, he comes from a good family, he’s living large’, but because it’s me, people are complaining. I’m here to make money, whether people like it or not.

“There are two kinds of education in this world; there is academic education, which is guaranteed that you will always work for someone else for the rest of your life, and there is financial education, which guarantees you financial freedom. That’s what most people don’t understand.

“Some people study for seven years, only to earn R30 000 or R40 000 a month, with no luxury in their lives. That’s not for me.”

Ngcobo, who has only a matric, once worked for Toyota “carrying car doors”, before starting a debt collection company in 2006. He says he later branched into the stock market investment field and started Cash Flow Pro in 2009.

Ngcobo, a father of two, said that since his birthday party, he had received overtures from women declaring their undying love for him.

“But I ignore them, I’m covered in that department.”

He denied leaping out of a giant birthday cake was a publicity gimmick similar to Kenny Kunene’s eating sushi off the bodies of semi-naked women.

“Kenny can’t be my mentor; we’re not in the same fields,” said Ngcobo.

Rumours

Ngcobo cruises Durban streets in his white BMW M3 and in his birthplace, KwaDabeka, near New Germany, locals call him Cash Flow.

“Cash must flow in abundance… I’m comfortable with my car. I can change it tomorrow and buy a Ferrari, but what for?” he said.

He also laughed off reports that he owned a R2.5m house in New Germany.

“I’m actually insulted by that. Why would I live in a R2.5m house when I work so hard? My clients must live in those kinds of houses. I will be building a house in Zimbali or in Umhlanga, a real house that I will be proud of.”

Ngcobo believes his business rivals were plotting his downfall by spreading rumours about him.

“I’m waiting for anyone who wants to investigate. I’m here to stay. I know our concept, I know our vision. The truth will come out whether this is a pyramid scheme or a core concept.

“I’d really have to be stupid to work so hard and start a company, only to start collecting people’s money and start a pyramid scheme.

“I have so many references where people have done that and got arrested, why would I expose myself by throwing a R1m party and call the media? If I had something to hide, I wouldn’t have had a birthday like mine.”

Ngcobo said his expensive party was money well spent – and he’d do it again.

“I always advertise on national radio – but never got this much exposure. What is a million? I’ve gained valuable business partners through that event. I have no regrets. I would do it again…”

The star-studded party was not the last of his marketing strategies. “I have a few others, but I can’t disclose them. Yes, they will cost money. You must spend money to make money.”

He said Cash Flow Pro had more than 1 500 members and operated by training people on how to trade on the stock market.

“People have the option to link their accounts to ours. The client must open his own account, fund it, and then go to Sars to declare, because we trade offshore, and then get a tax clearance for foreign investment.

“After getting it, he goes to his bank and transfers money from his account to an overseas account in the name of market.com. At no point do they put their money in Cash Flow Pro.

“After linking the account to ours, the client then signs power of attorney, authorising Cash Flow Pro that whenever the client trades, the commission they get is concurrent.

“We act on behalf of clients, with their authority. We never touch their funds, I don’t have access to clients’ accounts.”

Ngcobo said that as far as he was aware, his company did not need to be licensed by the SA Institute of Stockbrokers, as it did not deal directly with people’s money.

However, if investigators were to find anything wrong with his compliance, it would not be deliberate.

“What I know is that I’m not running a pyramid scheme. I’m not saying I’m perfect, but as far as I know I’m straight… if I showed the authorities how we work, I have no doubt they will see nothing wrong.”

Durban millionaire Jabulani Ngcobo celebrated his 26th birthday at the weekend with a party that cost a cool R1m and was attended by some of the country’s most popular celebrites, including Generations stars Winnie “Khethiwe” Modise and Sophie “Queen” Ndaba.

The party was the latest in the rags-to-riches story of Ngcobo, who celebrated his birthday in style at a five-star hotel.

The party continued at his posh New Germany home well into the early hours of Sunday morning.

Guests enjoyed expensive delicacies like caviar, oysters and, the current favourite with South Africa’s wealthy, sushi.

Entertainers included DJ Bongz, Sox, Mzokoloko and King Sifiso and performer L’vovo Derrango.

Other guests included the who’s who of showbiz – bling queen Khanyi Mbau and former Generations star Dumisani Mbebe were on the guest list.

Sizwe Dhlomo, who is presenter of the Live television show, and Isidingo stars Sisa Hewana and Leslie Fong were also present.

The son of a poor family from Greytown, and a former fast food outlet and shop assistant, Ngcobo showed just how far he has come.

Ngcobo made his millions through his stock market trading company, Cash Flow Properties, which teaches people how to trade on the stock market.

Generations stars Winnie Modise and Dumisani Mbebe are ambassadors for the company, which was established in 2009.

“I spent R1m on my party because I want everything I do to be top class,” he said.

He matriculated in 2003 at Langa High school in Clermont and has no formal training in stock trading.

Ngcobo loves cars and drives a BMW M3. He also owns a Hummer, two Mercedes-Benzes, and a BMW M6, which he said belonged to his company.

His company’s website claims that people can make a 10-30% return on their investments “daily and compounding”.

Ngcobo said he would not identify the college where he got his tuition because he “would be promoting it” by naming it.

Ex-Generations star Dumisani Mbebe confirmed he was an ambassador of Cash Flow Properties.

He said his role was to be “the face of the company”. He declined to say how much he was paid as ambassador. Cash Flow Properties’ second ambassador, Winnie Modise, could not be reached for comment.

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Jabulani Ngcobo ‘s Milliona Dollar Birthday Party

Durban millionaire Jabulani Ngcobo celebrated his 26th birthday at the weekend with a party that cost a cool R1m and was attended by some of the country’s most popular celebrites, including Generations stars Winnie “Khethiwe” Modise and Sophie “Queen” Ndaba.

The party was the latest in the rags-to-riches story of Ngcobo, who celebrated his birthday in style at a five-star hotel.
The party continued at his posh New Germany home well into the early hours of Sunday morning.

Million Dollar Mansion in New Germany South Africa

Guests enjoyed expensive delicacies like caviar, oysters and, the current favourite with South Africa’s wealthy, sushi.

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Entertainers included DJ Bongz, Sox, Mzokoloko and King Sifiso and performer L’vovo Derrango.
Other guests included the who’s who of showbiz – bling queen Khanyi Mbau and former Generations star Dumisani Mbebe were on the guest list.
Sizwe Dhlomo, who is presenter of the Live television show, and Isidingo stars Sisa Hewana and Leslie Fong were also present.
The son of a poor family from Greytown, and a former fast food outlet and shop assistant, Ngcobo showed just how far he has come.
Ngcobo made his millions through his stock market trading company, Cash Flow Properties, which teaches people how to trade on the stock market.
Generations stars Winnie Modise and Dumisani Mbebe are ambassadors for the company, which was established in 2009.
“I spent R1m on my party because I want everything I do to be top class,” he said.
He matriculated in 2003 at Langa High school in Clermont and has no formal training in stock trading.
Ngcobo loves cars and drives a BMW M3. He also owns a Hummer, two Mercedes-Benzes, and a BMW M6, which he said belonged to his company.
His company’s website claims that people can make a 10-30% return on their investments “daily and compounding”.
Ngcobo said he would not identify the college where he got his tuition because he “would be promoting it” by naming it.
Ex-Generations star Dumisani Mbebe confirmed he was an ambassador of Cash Flow Properties.
He said his role was to be “the face of the company”. He declined to say how much he was paid as ambassador. Cash Flow Properties’ second ambassador, Winnie Modise, could not be reached for comment.

10 TIPS AND 5 TRICKS FOR FOREX TRADING

Forex traders always strive to improve their trading technique and find the perfect trading strategy to suit their needs. In the dynamic world of Forex trading finding the right strategy requires patience, training and research. The most important thing you need to remember is to keep it simple – don’t use too many strategies at the same time. However good they might be using them simultaneously might hinder your trades.

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Below we have outlined some important tips and tricks you can follow when you start trading on the Forex market:

1. “If you fail to plan you plan to fail”

A famous expression that every forex trader finds is very correct. Having a plan is your number one priority. Before you start trading it is important to define your goals and lay out a plan with the strategies you can use to reach those goals. Once you choose a strategy that fits your goals and trading plan you need to stick to it and let it play out. Changing you trading strategy abruptly can be very bad for your trades, especially if you are just beginning to explore the vast world of Forex trading.

2. “A calculated risk is a risk taken with full knowledge of the dangers involved.”

Forex trading is a risky business and all new investors need to learn how to make calculated risks – it’s what it is all about. Never put emotion before discipline and strategy. Emotional traders are the ones who risk the most on the Forex market. Before you place a trade you need to define your risk – never invest more than you are willing to risk. Begin with small sums and increase your portfolio by trading.

 

3. “Is a currency worth anything if no one wants it?”

Currencies are the most traded product on the Forex market. With the wide variety of pairs it is hard to choose which currency pairs to trade with. It is important you do your research and choose the currency pairs that most suit your trading strategy. Some currency pairs are steady but most are volatile and you need to follow their movements closely before making a trade.

 

4. “We shape our tools and then our tools shape us.”

Use the tools you are given in the trading platform to make better decisions and place better trades. The PROfit platform provides its users with real-time news of the Forex movements, various technical charts, analytical tools and much more. You can use the technical charts to try to forecast an asset’s future movements based on its previous ones. The real-time news provide you with current events worldwide that have an impact on the movement of the Forex market.

 

5. “The successful man will profit from his mistakes and try again in a different way.”

Record keeping is an essential habit every successful Forex trader develops. Keeping a diary of all your trades and used techniques will help you improve your trades based on the success and mistakes you’ve made in the past. Make sure your diary is thorough and with a simple layout to make it easier for you to read and analyse the information.

 

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Gospel stars in dispute over unproyaltiesaid

The music industry has always been a shady place when it comes to the dealings that have taken place outside of the spotlight.

These things are usually expected out of the more popular genres but a recent exposé has shown that even dirtier dealings have been taking place in the gospel music circles. The latest victim? Gospel artist Hlengiwe Mhlaba. The singer has come forward to share that R8.6million of her royalties have been stolen by fellow gospel artist and head of Big Fish Music Sipho Makhabane.

 

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The music industry has always been a shady place when it comes to the dealings that have taken place outside of the spotlight.

These things are usually expected out of the more popular genres but a recent exposé has shown that even dirtier dealings have been taking place in the gospel music circles. The latest victim? Gospel artist Hlengiwe Mhlaba. The singer has come forward to share that R8.6million of her royalties have been stolen by fellow gospel artist and head of Big Fish Music Sipho Makhabane.

After hiring copyright lawyer Graeme Gilfillan though, it came to light that the amount was actually more. Out of her 90 songs that were collecting royalties through SAMRO only 24 were paying her 16.7% of what was due to her. These included her rendition of ‘Rock of Ages’, ‘uJesu Uyalalela’ and ‘Mhlekazi’. The remaining 83.3% was given to an unknown DP, this very same DP who was taking the royalties from her 14 albums APART from the millions Makhabane was receiving from SAMRO without a formal contract in place.

The ‘Rock of Ages’ singer had been recording multi-platinum albums for Sipho Makhabane since 2005 but never signed a contract with him. When she was given her sales and copyright statements by Makhabane a statement of R39.2 million with R4.5 million of that having been paid over 10 years. She believed that that money was for live performances and pointed out only 2 times when Sipho Makhabane paid her moneys amounting to R250 000 which he said were for royalties.

City Press, through an investigation of Makhabane’s sales figures, came to find that Hlengiwe was owed R8.5million for just pure CD sales. This would bring her total amount owed to R16million and this is without taking into account the digital side of things.

Considering the healing power usually associated with gospel music it’s sad to see that our artists are still subjected to exploitation of this calibre. We do hope that a resolution is found that will make sure that the affected party receives what’s rightfully hers.

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Skeem Saam Teasers – April 2018

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Coming up on Skeem Saam this April 2018:

Monday 2 April 2018
Episode 191 

Kat overhears a private conversation between two of his close friends that transcends the friend zone. Alfred discovers something alarming about his car. Sphola finds himself in a compromised position while driving under the influence.

Tuesday 3 April 2018
Episode 192 

Sphola learns a harsh lesson about driving under the influence. Fanie faces Mr Spiller and leaves him unnerved. Rachel is onto Nimza’s shenanigans, and is only too intrigued to poke on.

Wednesday 4 April 2018
Episode 193 

Kwaito makes a painful discovery that will change his life. Rachel plants an idea in Nimza’s mind that could make him tread on the dark side. Meikie is surprised and puzzled by the priest’s decision.

Thursday 5 April 2018
Episode 194 

Kwaito learns he may have shot himself in the foot accepting help from Spiller. Alfred has a solution to his family’s financial problems but it’s at the expense of someone they know. Rachel is more determined than ever to make her and Nimza’s dream come true.

Friday 6 April 2018
Episode 195 

Rachel meets with an old forbidden acquaintance to ask for a bit of help. MaNtuli and Pretty make a startling discovery. Wallet finds out about something that could potentially change his life.


Monday 9 April 2018
Episode 196 

Kwaito wants to cause an adversary physical harm. Celia thinks Nimza is being corrupted by a cheeky little girl. Much to his unpleasant surprise, Wallet’s friends are reluctant to help him soar to his dreams.

Tuesday 10 April 2018
Episode 197 

Alfred faces humiliation of the worst kind in the form of a chalk drawing. MaNtuli loses her sense of self-control in a very public space. Clement finds himself playing the Grade 10 martyr.

Wednesday 11 April 2018
Episode 198 

An opportunity opens for Kwaito to face Mr Spiller head on. Rachel stands to face the wrath of Celia. Clement finds himself in very deep trouble again.

Thursday 12 April 2018
Episode 199 

Mr Spiller paints Kwaito into a very depressing corner. Celia and Rachel have the fall out of all fall outs. Clement pleads with whoever drew a picture of Alfred to come out.

Friday 13 April 2018
Episode 200 

Kwaito finds himself in the confrontation of all times at a golf course. MaNtuli is beside herself with rage to learn that Clement is being ignored in the classroom. Rachel plans to move on and is unwavering.


Monday 16 April 2018
Episode 201 

Something goes horribly wrong during a confrontation at a golf course. MaNtuli decides to take matters into her own hands about something that upsets her. Celia realises that she was horribly wrong about something.

Tuesday 17 April 2018
Episode 202 

Everyone worries about Kwaito and Tbose’s whereabouts. Alfred and Charles have words with a common enemy. The school still has no culprit for Alfred’s drawing.

Wednesday 18 April 2018
Episode 203 

Emkay is shocked by the arrival of someone from the golf course on campus. Kwaito is found but his appearance leaves more questions than answers. Despite his terrible ordeal, something positive happens to Kwaito at the end of the day.

Thursday 19 April 2018
Episode 204 

Emkay is tasked with something that might incriminate Tbose and Kwaito. Rachel insists on defying the parents. Mokgadi uncovers Noah’s lie, and is shocked.

Friday 20 April 2018
Episode 205 

Kwaito is willing to sacrifice his freedom to save Tbose. Marothi realises that he still harbours feelings for Rachel that he himself thought were dormant. Noah is put in a position where he has to reveal a crucial piece of evidence in an ongoing investigation.


Monday 23 April 2018
Episode 206 

Tbose gets a message that leaves him shaken while Leeto tries to put out his fires. Rachel has a lovely surprise for Nimza. The culprit who’s been making the teachers’ lives miserable is finally found.

Tuesday 24 April 2018
Episode 207 

Principal reveals who drew the rude picture of Alfred, much to everyone’s surprise. Rachel has a sinister plan to get Alfred’s car. Elizabeth Thobakgale receives a call from an unlikely individual with an unlikely request.

Wednesday 25 April 2018
Episode 208 

Much to everyone’s shock, Kwaito and Tbose relent to a devastating fate.  Rachel is too eager to have Celia and Alfred out of the way. An enthralled Wallet continues to make moves aligning him to a nomination.

Thursday 26 April 2018
Episode 209 

Mr Spiller receives a mysterious visitor who dangles his life in front of him. Alfred, Charles and Celia bait Rachel and are shocked at what they find. Meikie and MaNtuli are not impressed with Leeto for doing his job in the way he knows best.

Friday 27 April 2018
Episode 210

Spiller’s life gets saved by Dr Ngcobo but the assassin is still at large. Alfred’s car returns to give him the shock of his life. Some people are undecided about attending Kwaito and Tbose’s bail hearing.


Monday 30 April 2018
Episode 211 

Tbose and Kwaito’s parents are still on edge as the boys face yet another problem at the university. Will Nimza throw Rachel under the bus after their drama with Alfred’s car? Principal convinces the SGB chairperson to approve her for an expensive line item outside the budget.


Skeem Saam airs on SABC1 Mondays to Fridays at 18h30.

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SA Celebs We Have Already Lost In 2018

SA Celebs We Have Already Lost In 2018! We are only in the forth month of the year and 2018 has already been painful and heavy for Mzansi.

We’ve lost legends and people who paved ways for our generations and many generations to come. Here are five death of famous people we have already lost in 2018. Death be not proud.

Mama Winnie Madikizela Mandela

Mama Winnie died early April at the age of 81 following a long illness.

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1

Hugh Masekela

The Jazz legend died at the age of 78 after a long battle with prostate cancer.

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2

Sandy Mokwena

The Scandal actor died end of January after falling ill. He was 68.

3

David Phatoe

The former Generations actor died at the age of 85 back in February after a short illness.

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4

Chris Matshaba

The radio presenter died in February after losing his lengthy battle with cancer, just six months before his 40th birthday

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MTN’S SAICA-ACCREDITED CA GRADUATE PROGRAMME 2018

MTN’s SAICA-Accredited CA Graduate Programme 2018 will give you practical training in financial management, management decision-making and control, accounting and external reporting. You’ll also gain residual technical competencies in auditing and assurance, internal audit, risk management and taxation.

As one of MTN ‘s trainees, you’ll deal head-on with the day-to-day complexities and challenges of running a business. And rotations across diverse business units will give you a holistic insight into how businesses operate. You can also apply for international secondment within the MTN Group in your third year.

Qualify and register as a Chartered Accountant with a highly innovative, multinational corporate in the dynamic telecoms sector.You’ll be assigned a structured rotation plan in your first year. During your second and third years, you’ll align your plan to your interests, which may include financial accounting, financial planning, business risk management, internal audit, company secretariat, corporate taxation, consumer marketing and pricing or mergers and acquisitions.What MTN expects from you

  • Drive, passion and energy
  • Natural confidence and a strong team ethic
  • An inquisitive mind and unconventional thinking
  • Consistently positive academic performance

What you can expect from MTN

  • Experienced and engaged mentorship
  • Adevelopment path tailored to your goals and ambitions
  • Integration into the MTN culture and work life
  • Every opportunity to build a successful career

MTN also offers the following

  • Market-related salaries
  • Payment of APT and APC
  • Handset allowance and reduced calling rates
  • Generous study leave

Entry requirements

  • You must be a South African citizen or a permanent residence holder to apply for this CA Training Programme.
  • You must also either hold a valid CTA or be in the process of completing it.
  • Your application must include your CV, a copy of your ID or your permanent residence permit and passport, and copies of your full academic transcripts (including Matric).

Deadline for submission of applications for the 2019 Intake is 31 May 2018.

Please submit your application via email to the CA Training Programme Manager, Fiona Storevik at

href=”mailto:Fiona.Storevik@mtn.com”>Fiona.Storevik@mtn.com. You can also fax her on 011 912 5214, or call her on 011 912 3183 or 083 200 4398 if you have any questions.

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and invited to participate in the interview selection process. If you don’t receive a response from MTN by 30 September 2018, please consider your application unsuccessful.

Source: MTN

ESKOM LEARNERSHIPS 2018-2019 ARE STILL WORTH?

Opportunities in Eskom Learnerships 2019-2019

Eskom delivers school-leavers and unemployed individuals from diverse communities manylearnership possibilities annually. These learnerships kind a part of the government’s National Expertise Improvement Strategy to make skills and ease poverty and unemployment. It is also a part of Eskom’s human resource improvement (HRD) technique to boost the top quality of coaching, education and development amongst South Africa’s youth.

Eskom achieves this by means of many academic and skills improvement programmes, such asEskom learnerships. The majority of these programmes target beneficiaries from previously disadvantaged communities. Eskom’s target is usually to retain the learner baseline at 12% of yourpersonnel complement.

To this endEskom learnerships givesopportunities for 2 350 unemployed youth on its various learnership programmes per year. These programmes include Electrical, Mechanical, Welding, Manage and Instrumentation, Fitting & Turning, Heat Pumps, and Administrative training.

Eskom learnerships consists of boththeoretical and practical instruction inside theseveral jobs, and will give you the chance to learn the capabilities and gain the understanding, acceptable workplace behaviour and attitude which is essential inside the workplace.

There are actually certain specifications for getting accepted into these eskom learnerships:

 

Minimum Requirements

You must be a South African citizen
You will need to be in possession of:
Regular 10/Grade 12 Certificate with:
English symbol E or level three and above
Mathematics symbol E or level three and above
Science symbol E or level 3 and above
OR
N3/NCV level four Engineering subjects with:
English symbol E or level 3 and above
Mathematics symbol E or level three and above
Science symbol E or level 3 and above
Selection Tools
The following choice tools will be utilised in choosing suitable applicants for the learnerships:
Background checks/integrity assessments
Curiosity Test
Interview
Lego
Healthcare Assessments
Nuts and Bolts
Psychometric assessments (optional)Only applicants who meet each of the above requirements will be taken into consideration for additional selection at Eskom Learnerships. The annual intake of learners depends upon the amount of learnership possibilities which can be out there in each monetary year. Receipt of one’son line application is going to be acknowledged. In case you have not received notification to come in for an interview within 30 days right after applications for the learnership have closed, it signifies that your Eskom learnerships application was not productive.

Beside Eskom, Transnet Learnerships is also one of the most wanted learnership programmes.

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LOOKING FOR JOB IN WOOLWORTHS VACANCIES

Woolworths Vacancies offer jobs related to retail store. And if you think that it may be suitable for you, why don’t you give it a try? Here are some informations about Woolworths Vacancies.

About Woolworths Vacancies

Woolworths Vacancies are offered by a chain of retail stores named Woolworths. The company goods are sold at 51 international franchise stores throughout the rest of Africa and Middle East, 149 corporate stores and 69 South Africa’s franchise stores nationwide. Woolworths was first opened on 30 October 1931 in Plein Street, Cape Town. The retail stores that included in Woolworths are food stand-alone stores, clothing store, full-line stores, food and homeware lifestyle stores, and footwear stores. They also sell things by online, but not as many as what they sell in the stores. Some of Woolworths’ stores sell clothing and accessory under premium brands, such as Mimco, Witchey, Trenery, and Country Road.

Job Available in Woolworths Vacancies

Woolworths Vacancies offer various kinds of jobs and positions.

  • Logistics : Personal Assistant III
  • Supply Chain : Personal Assistant III
  • Fmcg : Buyer : Prepared “on the go”, Buyer I : Bakery.
  • Office Support : Personal Assistant III
  • Retail : Middle Digital Designer Marketing : Head Office, Price and Promotions Analyst : Food, Assistant Buyer : Baby Accessories-Kidswear, Market Analyst : Food, Branded Beauty, Marketing Manager Clothing and General Merchandise : Kidwear, Art Director Junior to Middle-Weight Marketing (agency) : Head Office, Buyers Assistant : Women’s footwear and accessories, Designer : JT ONE : Lingerie.
  • Technical : Training Content Coordinator

There are also jobs about IT, Banking/Finance and Investment, and Human Resources.

How to Apply for Woolworths Vacancies

  • Visit Woolworths Vacancies website woolworths.co.za .
  • It’s better for you to Sign In or Register to the web first.
  • Scroll down the page until you see “About Woolworths”, then click “Careers”.
  • You will be redirected into another page then click “Working for Woolworths” option. Click “Job Search” and choose the job you want.
  • Please pay attention to the information and job requirements to check if you are suitable for the job. If you’re sure, submit your application.

Woolworths Vacancies Salary

Here are the list of average salary of Woolworths worker. Department Manager, Retail Store : R83,099-R378,491 , Retail Store Manager : R80,525-R430,720 , System Analyst : R178,082-R646,458 , Merchandise Planner R178,489-R577,231.

Woolworths Vacancies Deadline Submission

Based on the website, the positions from Woolworths Vacancies are needed as soon as possible, so it will be closed if the position has been filled.

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