Transnet: In-Service Traineeship Programme 2018


Closing Date: 21 March 2018
Location: Various

The purpose of the Engineering Development Programme is:

To create capacity and ensure proper maintenance and availability of the network through competent employees
To attract young graduates who align themselves with the Transnet culture charter and delivery promise of on time
scheduled railway
The programme offers TFR engineering personnel an opportunity to develop a career within the organisation.
It is our desire that our graduates reach their objectives of professional registration (ECSA / Government Certificate of Competency [GCC])

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Qualifications & Experience

Employees wishing to apply for the EIT programme must have a BSc/BEng in the following engineering disciplines:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering (Light/heavy current; electronics OR telecommunications)
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Information Technology

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Transnet: In-Service Traineeship Programme 2018

Ford: Graduate / Internship Programme 2018

Closing Date: 09 April 2018
Location: Port Elizabeth, Pretoria

Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) runs a highly successful Graduate Trainee Program. Graduates from various fields of study, e.g. Engineering, Finance, Marketing, etc. are provided with an invaluable opportunity to gain practical experience in preparation of securing a permanent position. The Graduate Trainee Program is run over a period of 12 to 24 months and covers extensive training and development opportunities. Although there are no guarantees of permanent employment at FMCSA after expiry of the contract, the graduates may apply for any vacancies as and when they occur.   Every year students from various universities are invited to apply for Graduate Trainee programs.  The applicants are screened and the best students are selected to join the  program.   Students who have completed their Degrees or National Diplomas may now apply to join the FMCSA Graduate Trainee Program

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Applicants are required to have successfully completed their qualification with a pass rate of 65% or higher.  Applicants who have not yet concluded their studies, will not be considered for the program. The following opportunities are available in both our Pretoria and Port Elizabeth plants:

The subject line on the e-mail must include the following reference numbers:

  • Graduate- Engineering (Mechanical / Mechatronics) – Port Elizabeth FSA PE
  • Graduate- Engineering (Electrical / Light Current) – Port Elizabeth FSA PE
  • Graduate- Engineering (Industrial) – Port Elizabeth FSA PE
  • Graduate- Engineering (Mechanical / Mechatronics) – Pretoria FSA PTA
  • Graduate- Engineering (Electrical / Light Current) – Pretoria FSA PTA
  • Graduate- Engineering (Chemical) – Pretoria FSA PTA
  • Graduate- Engineering (Industrial) – Pretoria FSA PTA
  • Graduate- Engineering (Industrial) – Product Development FSA 04
  • Graduate- Engineering (Mechanical / Mechatronics) – Pretoria FSA 04
  • Graduate- Human Resources FSA 03
  • Graduate- Finance / Management Accounting / Economics FSA 02
  • Graduate- Marketing FSA 01

Documents exceeding 1MG will be rejected

Due to the volume of applications received, it is unfortunately not possible for us to confirm if your application has not been successful. Please assume that this is the case, should you not have heard from us by April 30.

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Ford Graduate / Internship Programme

Capitec Bank: Bank Teller Opportunities March 2018

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:

Kantar: Graduate / Internship Programme 2018 / 2019

Closing Date: 02 April 2018
Location: Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg

IT Grad / Intern

  • Completed tertiary education in the fields of computer programming, data processing or statistical data analysis (or a combination thereof)
  • Advanced computer and programming skills in software such as: Excel (VBA), Access, SQL, Visual Basic, C++, C#, etc.

Apply Online for the Kantar IT Graduate / Internship Programme

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Analytics Grad / Intern

  • Qualification in Analytics, Mathematics, Stats or Data Science
  • Exposure to ‘R’/Python would be advantageous

Apply Online for the Kantar Analytics Graduate / Internship Programme

Analytics Grad / Intern

  • Qualification in Analytics, Mathematics, Stats or Data Science
  • Exposure to ‘R’/Python would be advantageous

Apply Online for the Kantar Analytics Graduate / Internship Programme in Durban

Client Services Grad / Intern

  • 3 year degree, preferably in Research, Marketing, Stats, Business Science, Economics
  • No previous research experience is required but a passion for brands and advertising is a must, a curiosity to understand consumer thinking and opinion and a desire to advise clients how to improve their brand’s performance in the market place.

Apply Online for the Kantar Client Services Graduate / Internship Programme in JHB

Client Services Grad / Intern

  • 3 year degree, preferably in Research, Marketing, Stats, Business Science, Economics
  • No previous research experience is required but a passion for brands and advertising is a must, a curiosity to understand consumer thinking and opinion and a desire to advise clients how to improve their brand’s performance in the market place.

Apply Online for the Kantar Client Services Graduate / Internship Programme in Durban

Client Services Grad / Intern

  • 3 year degree, preferably in Research, Marketing, Stats, Business Science, Economics
  • No previous research experience is required but a passion for brands and advertising is a must, a curiosity to understand consumer thinking and opinion and a desire to advise clients how to improve their brand’s performance in the market place.

Apply Online for the Kantar Client Services Graduate / Internship Programme in Cape Town

Research Grad / Intern

  • -2 years relevant research, brand, media or communications experience with direct involvement in analysis of research or interpretation of data sources
  • Educated to a degree level, preferably in marketing or business

Apply Online for the Kantar Research Graduate / Internship Programme

SARB: Graduate / Internship Programme 2019

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Closing Date: 12 April 2019

Start Date: January 2019

The SARB GDP seeks to contribute to selected graduates overall economic activity and output by equipping them with knowledge of, skills in, and exposure to the role of the central bank in the economy and of the financial sector in general. The SARB GDP is specially designed to provide access to broad knowledge and expertise. Graduates will have the opportunity to work for a reputable institution that has a critical role to play in the South African economy.

What the SARB does

The SARB serves the economic well-being of South Africans through maintaining price and financial stability. It is responsible for the regulation of the South African financial sector, design and distribution of banknotes and coin, management of interest rates, setting the cash reserve requirement for banks, and ensuring stability of both the banking sector and the wider financial system.

What the SARB GDP is about Exposure to departments in the SARB

Graduates will work and learn at the SARB Head Office in Pretoria from January to December 2019. During the year, they will be assigned to a department and exposed to various roles and projects.

SARB GDP courses

During the SARB GDP graduates will also attend courses at the SARB Academy for approximately 30 days. Courses include monetary policy, macroprudential policy and financial stability, bank supervision and regulation, financial markets and reserves management, currency issuance and management as well as personal and professional skills such as making presentations, impactful reporting, data analysis, teamwork, personal mastery and diplomacy.

Graduates can also choose two of the following electives:

  • Basic financial risk management
  • Economic concepts and indicators
  • Public finance
  • Financial markets and instruments
  • Anti-money laundering
  • The national payment system

After the first year

At the end of the year, some graduates will be permanently appointed into a department of the SARB. Those most likely to be appointed are graduates who:

  • are interested in continuing their career at the SARB;
  • have a desire to make a contribution to monetary policy, financial stability, currency management, supervising financial institutions, financial markets or one of the SARB’s enabling functions;
  • have demonstrated behaviours aligned to the SARB’s values of accountability, excellence, integrity, respect and trust, and open communication;
  • are able to function independently and contribute actively and effectively in a team; and
  • have performed exceptionally well in their assigned departments and academically.

Who should apply?


You meet the requirements if you:

  • have completed or are about to complete a postgraduate degree;
  • have attained or expect to attain an average of over 65% in your final year;
  • have a strong desire to work in financial services and/or policy making;
  • have a proven track record of academic excellence;
  • have excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • are a South African citizen; and
  • are a curious and keen learner.

Degree focus areas

We will consider postgraduates or students studying toward a postgraduate degree with capability in at least one of the following areas:

  • Economics
  • Econometrics
  • Research
  • Policy analysis
  • Modelling
  • Public finance
  • Accounting
  • Auditing
  • Statistics
  • Financial management
  • Information technology
  • Law
  • Portfolio or investment management
  • Mathematics
  • Quantitative analysis
  • Risk management
  • Treasury
  • Economics and international relations

How To Apply

Please submit the following 3 documents to

  • certified copies of your latest academic records and qualifications;
  • your curriculum vitae – no longer than two pages; and
  • a half-page motivation explaining why you wish to participate in this programme and what you are able to contribute to the SARB.

Attachments should not exceed 2Mb. The closing date for applications is 12 April 2018. Late applications will not be considered.   After you apply Shortlisted applicants will be invited to participate in assessments, interviews, and a security clearance as part of the selection process. Suitable candidates will be selected based on the SARB’s commitment to diversifying its workforce. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. If you have not heard from us, please consider your application unsuccessful. If you have questions, please email them to the following email address:

NW Government: Agricultural Science Graduate / Internship Programme 2018

Closing Date: 23 March 2018

Ref: NQREAD 23 / 18

Entrepreneurial Development: Diploma in Agriculture (NQF Level 6) mixed with farming or irrigation management


Interested applicants should be graduates aged between 18 and 35 years old though up to 38 years oid will be considered subject to certain conditions. Preference shall be given Lo applicants from North West Province who also graduated from colleges of Agriculture. Those who previously participated in Learnership / Internship programme will not be considered. Successful applicants shall be placed in commercial farms / business enterprises for a maximum period of two years and shall each receive an annual stipend of R87 000. The North West Department of Rural, Environment and Agricultural Development is committed to the achievement of diversity and equity in employment.

Applications must he submitted on form 783 obtainable from any Public Services Department and must be accompanied by a detailed CV together with certified copies of certificates and ID. Foreign Qualifications must be accompanied by SAQA evaluation certificate. Faxed or emaiIed and late applications will not be considered. Failure lo comply with the above requirements will result In the disqualification of the application. The Department reserves the right to appoint agricultural graduates. It you have not heard from the Department within three months of closing date, kindly regard ‘our application as unsuccessful.

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How To Apply

Please forward your applications for the attention of the Director – Human Resource Management, Department of Rural. Environment and Agricultural Development, Private Bag X 2039. Mmabatho 2735 or hand deliver to Ms N rI1kazI, Office No, N20, Agricentre Building. Corner Dr James Moroka and Stadium Road, Mmabatho.

All enquiries to be directed to: Mr MI Mosalakae


What is a Real Estate Note?

A real estate receivable is a document (or documents) secured by real estate that obligates one individual or company to make payment(s) to another individual or company. These receivables are created when a piece of real estate, such as a house, is sold. The purchaser gives the seller a cash down payment and the balance is paid to the seller in periodic, usually monthly, installments. Therefore, payments are made from the property purchaser (payor) to the property seller (payee).  In these transactions, the property seller is simply deferring to the future a portion of the purchase price not paid at closing.  It is clear then that these transactions are not loans. The entire transaction involves no third party bank or other lender and no money is exchanged for the unpaid purchase price.  Historically this was called seller-financing or owner-financing, but some people now prefer to refer to these transactions as “installment sales” to further distinguish them from loans. The legal documents that accomplish these tasks generally take one of three different forms: Promissory Note & Deed of Trust, Promissory Note & Mortgage, or Real Estate Contract (aka Contract For Deed, Land Sales Contract). The generic term for each of these is a Real Estate Receivable. For convenience, we refer to all real estate receivables as “notes.” The payments a property seller will receive from these notes are an asset and like any other asset can be sold for a lump sum of cash.

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Why would I want to sell my future payments?

There are perhaps as many reasons people sell their notes as there are ways to spend money. We always ask note sellers why they wish to sell their note. The most frequent responses we get are: 1. To eliminate the risk and responsibility in holding the note; 2. To achieve liquidity; 3. To take advantage of other investment opportunities; 4. To pay off debts; and, 5. To make specific purchases. Often people never wanted to carry back a note in the first place but had to in order to sell their property. Other situations, such as notes provided as equity settlements in divorce cases, inherited notes, to name just two, often result in the current note holder owning a note they never wanted. Often these people are happy to receive the current value of their note in cash and move on with their lives.

For a more detailed discussion on why people sell their notes, follow this link for an exerpt from the Note Holder’s Handbook.

How long will it take before I have my money?

We have purchased notes in as little as one day; and it has taken over a year to purchase others. On average, it takes two to four weeks. If the sale of your property and the creation of the note was “typical” then you should have your money within two to four weeks.



Core Description

Applications are invited from suitably qualified learners to participate in a learnership, which, upon successful completion, will lead to the awarding of a Further Education and Training Certificate: Telecommunication Networks Operation, SAQA ID 59057 (NQF Level 4). The learnership programme is offered in various provinces for a period of 12 months and learners will be paid a monthly allowance of R4000 during that period. Currently be Unemployed.  

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NOTE: Applicants should NOT have: (i) a post Matric qualification (National Certificate / Diploma / B degree) – this excludes students who require experiential training to obtain their qualification; (ii) participated in any ICT learnership before.


Required Competencies: (Knowledge / Skills / Attitudes)

  •  Team player
  •  Analytical thinker
  •  Problem solver
  •  PC literate
  •  Efficient in interpersonal skills with an aptitude for building rapport with a diverse range of internal and external customers

Job Responsibilities

The successful candidate will be responsible for, but not be limited to:

  • Complying with the requirements of the learnership, inclusive of its terms and conditions as guided by the Sectoral Determination on Learnerships.
  • Qualifications

    Matric certificate or equivalent with Mathematics (not Literacy Mathematics) and Science.


    • Computer Literacy.
    • Have good written and verbal communication skills.

    Special Requirements

    • Be fully conversant in English
    •  Technology savvy, i.e. know the various technologies used for communicating
    •  Prepared to work in all weather conditions
    •  Prepared to work in confined spaces and at heights
    •  Not colour blind
    •  Able to work in all areas
    •  Able to travel and stay out
    •  Able to work outside normal working hours
    •  Hand / Eye / Ear Coordination

    How to Apply

    Apply Online for the Telkom Learnership Programme

Transnet Bursaries 2018

Transnet is a state owned enterprise that was founded in 1990. The company employs over 50 000 people throughout South Africa and specializes in the following fields.

  • Railway Freight – Our economy is hugely reliant on transnets railway infrastructure to deliver raw materials, goods and other resources required for industry
  • Ports – Imports and Exports by sea also play a large part in our economic growth and Transnet have built Ports that can manage that demand.
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  • The importance of the company can not be understated. Like most governmental organizations their success or failure will greatly impact the lives of ordinary South Africans.

    Transnet always seems to be expanding and with that growth comes a real need for qualified professionals….hence the Transnet Bursary.

  • Transnet have a large number of physical assets such as freight trains, port cranes etc. These assets are located nationwide and require a large team of really smart people to ensure that everything runs smoothly.

    These smart people are generally called engineers  and Transnet needs many of them.

    Thus the fields of study offered by the bursary are just for budding young engineers.

    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Civil Engineering
    • Mechatronic Engineering
    • Industrial Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering (Heavy)
    • Electronic Engineering
    • Metallurgy

    Its basically an engineering bursary.

  • Selection Process

    Applicants are required to fill out the bursary form that can be found on Transnet’s website. Learners with a good academic record will then be required to attend an interview with the bursary department. If that goes well and you are physically up to working for the company then you stand a good chance of getting the bursary.

    Other criteria…

    • Only South Africans will be considered
    • Applicants must at least have a 5 rating for both Mathematics and Physical Science

    What does the bursary cover?

    Transnet is pretty lenient on where you can study. As long as its a undergraduate degree in one of the above mentioned fields then you can study at your nearest University.

    The bursary covers….

    • Tuition Fees
    • Registration Fees
    • Exam Fees
    • Accommodation
    • Meal Allowance
    • Book Allowance
    • Experiential Training (Primarily provided during University holidays)

    Bursary Conditions

    • Awarded bursaries are reviewed each year and can be cancelled if you do not perform academically.
    • You will be required to work back each year that you have been sponsored by the bursary
    • If your bursary is cancelled by breach of contract then you or your guardian will be liable to settle all outstanding University fees

    In short, pass all your subjects and stay out of trouble and you should be fine.


    Completed application forms must be submitted to the Transnet bursary office before the 31 July.

    Physical Address: Room 4206 Carlton Center 150 Commissioner Street Johannesburg

     Postal Address: PO Box 72501 Parkview South Africa 2122 

    Contact Details: 011 308 3000

  • Please contact Transnet directly for updates on their bursary program

Sasol Bursary Programme for 2019 Academic Year

International integrated chemicals and energy company Sasol invites top Maths and Science Grade 12 learners to apply for its all-inclusive bursary to study Engineering, Science or Accounting at approved South Africa’s public Universities and Universities of Technology in the 2019 academic year.

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Sasol has established a reputation in the market as an employer of choice. The bursary programme boasts an all-inclusive package recognised in South Africa for being highly competitive. The programme aims to attract exceptional young talent to the organisation. If you have what it takes to become part of this exciting team, the Sasol Bursary Programme is ready to change your life! Bursaries awarded are for full-time university studies in engineering, science and accounting.

Sasol in 2016 invested R79, 6 million in science, technology, engineering and mathematics education as part of its investment in programmes that stimulate sustainable socio-economic development and address South Africa’s critical skills gap.

“We at Sasol understand that ensuring students’ academic success takes more than just paying for their studies. That is why the Sasol Bursary gives learners much more than just funding for their studies but also emotional and other support. It is through our dedicated support team that gives bursars personalized attention, career support as well as life guidance that we ensure that they succeed,” said Monica Luwes, Manager: Graduate Centre, Sasol Corporate Bursary Services.

For more than 30 years, Sasol provided comprehensive bursaries to top performing learners in the fields of Maths and Science. The Sasol bursary programme covers bursars’ tuition fees, accommodation, meals, textbooks and pocket money. Furthermore, successful applicants also receive performance-based awards and allowance for laptops and other study tools such as calculators. Sasol bursars have the opportunity to do paid vacation work during the school holidays and to be part of the company’s Graduate Development Programme once they completed studies.


For 2019, Sasol is looking for top performing learners who want to study towards a B Eng or BSc Eng in various engineering disciplines, BSc in Chemistry and Accounting (CA route) or learners interested in studying Instrumentation, Mining Survey and Mechanical or Electrical Engineering at a University of Technology. Applicants need to obtain 70% for Maths, 70% for Science and 60% for English to be considered. Sasol also provides postgraduate opportunities in Science and Engineer for deserving students.

“This is a lifetime opportunity for young, talented and ambitious learners. The aim of the Sasol bursary is to give learners peace of mind by taking care of all their education needs and related costs. All that the Sasol bursars have to do is to focus on their studies and get the best results,” said Monica.

Education is one of the pillars of Sasol’s social investment. Through this bursary programme, the Sasol Group aims to uplift the communities of South Africa. Top performing bursars also have the opportunity to start and build their careers at Sasol, which has operations in Sasolburg in the Free State and Secunda in Mpumalanga.

How to apply

Applications close on 30 April 2018. Click here to apply online