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Unisa Higher Certificates Courses

Unisa offers a range of higher certificate courses to help you advance your career, Check our selection and find the perfect fit for you.

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Check Unisa Higher Certificates Courses



Are you looking to advance your career with a higher certificate course? Unisa offers a variety of options to choose from, including business management, education, and information technology. Check out our selection and find the perfect fit for your career goals.


What are higher certificate courses?

Higher certificate courses are short-term academic programs that provide students with specialized knowledge and skills in a particular field. These courses are designed to help individuals advance their careers or pursue further education.

They typically take one year to complete and are offered by universities and colleges around the world. Unisa offers a range of higher certificate courses in various fields to help students achieve their career goals.


Why choose Unisa for higher certificate courses?

Unisa is a reputable institution that offers a wide range of higher certificate courses in various fields. University of South Africa courses are designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in their chosen careers.

We have experienced and qualified lecturers who are committed to helping students achieve their academic and career goals. Unisa courses are flexible and affordable, making them accessible to a wide range of students. With Unisa, you can be sure that you are getting a quality education that will help you advance your career.


What are the available higher certificate courses at Unisa?

  1. Higher Certificate in Accounting Sciences (98201)
    14 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  2. Higher Certificate in Animal Welfare (90098)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 9 Modules.
  3. Higher Certificate in Archives and Records Management (98577)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  4. Higher Certificate in Banking (98225)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  5. Higher Certificate in Criminal Justice (90006)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  6. Higher Certificate in Economic and Management Sciences (98237)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  7. Higher Certificate in Education (90093)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  8. Higher Certificate in Insurance (90013)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  9. Higher Certificate in Law (98751)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  10. Higher Certificate in Life and Environmental Sciences (98366)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  11. Higher Certificate in Marketing (98229)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  12. Higher Certificate in Mathematics and Statistics (90129)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  13. Higher Certificate in Physical Sciences (90101)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  14. Higher Certificate in Retailing (90014)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  15. Higher Certificate in Social Auxiliary Work (90011)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  16. Higher Certificate in Supervisory Management (90015)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.
  17. Higher Certificate in Tourism Management (98226)
    15 Points. 1 Year. 10 Modules.


How to apply for a higher certificate course at Unisa?

Applying for a higher certificate course at Unisa is a simple process.

  • First, visit https://www.unisa.ac.za/sites/corporate/default
  • Click on ”Apply”.
  • Once you have chosen a course, you can apply online by filling out the application form and submitting the required documents.
  • These documents may include your ID, academic transcripts, and proof of payment for the application fee.
  • After submitting your application, you will receive a confirmation email and can track the status of your application online.


What are the benefits of completing a higher certificate course at Unisa?

Completing a higher certificate course at Unisa can provide numerous benefits for your career. These courses are designed to provide practical skills and knowledge in a specific field, making you more competitive in the job market.


They can also serve as a stepping stone to further education, such as a diploma or degree. Additionally, Unisa’s flexible study options allow you to balance your studies with work and other commitments, making it easier to advance your career while continuing to earn an income.





The Department of Higher Education and Training – General Admin Clerks x5






SALARY: R202 233 per annum (Level 5)


REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate National Certificate/ Senior Certificate/Grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) level 4 certificate. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) years of relevant Clerical/ Administrative work experience is required. An appropriate national diploma in Public Management or Public Administration will be an added advantage. Knowledge of administrative and/or clerical duties in the Deputy Director-General’s office or higher office; ability to capture data; operating a computer; collecting statistics. Knowledge of procedure in terms of the working environment and the legislative framework governing the Public Service; Computer literacy and the use of the following computer applications: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Planning and organizing; Good verbal and written communication; client orientation and customer focus, working independently or with limited supervision, accountability, ethical conduct, and professional writing and report writing skills.


DUTIES: The incumbent will be responsible for rendering general clerical support services: record, organize, store, capture and retrieve correspondence and data (line function); update registers statistics; handle routine enquiries; make photocopies and receive or send facsimiles; distribute documents/ packages to various stakeholders as required; keep and maintain the filing system for the component; type letters and/or other correspondence when required; keep and maintain the incoming and outgoing document register of the component. Provide supply chain clerical support services within the component; liaise with the external and internal stakeholders in relation to the procurement of goods and services; obtain quotations, and complete procurement forms for the purchasing of standard office items; stock control of office stationery. Keep and maintain an asset register of the component: maintain a leave register; keep and maintain personnel records; keep and maintain an attendance register; arrange travelling and accommodation. Provide financial administration support services in the component: Capture and update expenditure in the component; check the correctness of substance and travel claims of the officials and submit for approval; handle telephone accounts and petty cash for the component.


Enquiries: Ms X Rikhotso Tel No: (012) 213 5513 / Mr R Kgare Tel No: (012) 312 5442 / Ms N Liwane Tel No: (012) 312 6365



DHET invites applicants to apply online on the New Z83 form by accessing the Departmental Website (click the ‘apply now’ button) or http://z83.ngnscan.co.za/apply and follow the easy prompts/instructions. Upload the supporting documents namely, (1) a comprehensive CV, and (2) copies of all qualifications (including matriculation), identity document, valid driver’s licence, and any other document (where required). A fully completed and signed Z83 form and a detailed Curriculum Vitae will be considered. A user guide and ‘how to’ videos will assist in how to compete for the form and digital signature. Only shortlisted candidates will be required to submit certified documents/copies of qualifications and other relevant documents to support the application on or before the day of the interviews. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Candidates whose appointments promote representativity in terms of race, gender, and disability will receive preference. All shortlisted 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.


The successful candidate(s) will be required to undergo a Competency Assessment. One of the minimum entry requirements for the SMS position is the Pre-entry Certificate. No appointment will occur without successfully completing the pre-entry certificate and submission thereof. For more details on the pre-entry course visit: https://www.thensg.gov.za/training-course/sms-pre-entry-programme/. The candidate(s) will be required to sign an annual performance agreement, disclose his/her financial interests, and be subjected to security clearance. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Suitable candidates will be subjected to personnel suitability checks (criminal record check, citizenship verification, qualification/study verification, and previous
employment verification). Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
“DHET is committed to providing equal opportunities and practising affirmative action employment. It is our intention to promote representativity in terms of (race, gender, and disability) in the organisation. Women and people living with disability will receive preference in all DHET posts”.

CLOSING DATE: 24 November 2023





South African National Parks

General Workers X37
Table Mountain National Park
Paterson Grading: A1
Salary: R9 832.13 per month
Closing Date: 08 November 2023


Vacancies currently exist for thirty-seven (37) contract General Workers for the period 15 December 2023 to 15 January 2024. Reporting lines will be to relevant lines managers within Table Mountain National Park.

Key Performance Areas:

  • General maintenance and upkeep of the terrain and gardens including visitor accommodation, day visitor’s facilities and access control points.
  • Perform cleaning duties including ablution blocks, picnic sites and day visitor’s area to prescribed standards of cleanliness. Thismay include laundry duties
  • Perform basic daily administrative duties as required.
  • Assist with admission management at park gates across Table Mountain National Park.
  • Perform maintenance of tourism facilities, staff accommodation and ablution blocks as may be required.



  • Refuse removal and braai site cleaning as and when required.
  • Assist with basic traffic management, access control and parking of vehicles.
  • Assist with information dissemination.
  • Assist with basic wildfire suppression if required.
  • Visual Patrols of trail network.
  • Assist with permit inspection and compliance monitoring.
  • Conduct foot patrols and Infrastructure inspections with designated areas.
  • Assist with other ad hoc tasks required by Supervisor/Management


The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or abilities that are required for the job:

  • Grade 12 (Standard 10)
  • 1-2 years practical work experience in a similar working environment.
  • Basic knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety amd First Aid.
  • Valid Driver’s license will be an added advantage.
  • SARS Tax Reference.
  • Clear Criminal Record.
  • Proficiency in English and other local language.
  • Must be fit amd able to work long hours on your feet with exposure to the element (i.e sun, rain, and windy climatic conditions)
  • Will be required to work weekends and all public holidays between 15 December 2023 and 15 January 2024 as pee operational requirements.



The cost to company remuneration package based on the salary scale of a position with a Paterson A1 job grade will be offered.

The successful candidate will have to provide their own accommodation as there is no official accommodation in the park.




Supporting Documents such as certified of qualifications, ID & Drivers License and other relevant documents must be emailed to vacancies.capecluster@sanparks.org. using reference number GENERAL WORKERS_TMNP in subject line.

For enquiries: Eddy Mavanga Tel: 021 712 0527

SANParks is an equal opportunity employer and reserves the right not to appoint.




Opportunities with us

We’re looking for people to join our team who are as excited as we are to help build the platform that powers the future. We help our people develop their own ideas and allow them to grow. True talent shouts and we’re determined to turn the volume up!

Don’t be disappointed if we are not currently recruiting for your expertise. Be assured we are growing at a rapid pace and might require your skills in the very near future. Please submit your details into our database below so that we can connect with you when the time is right.


Driven by Diversity


We are powered by people. We believe that a range of opinions grows genuine engagement. Our proactive, creative environment makes us better versions of ourselves. In essence, people want to be heard and we are here to listen, help and encourage our team. We strive to be bold and authentic, to share knowledge and to be a part of a journey that ends in success.






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Professional Retail Programme

Have you ever considered a career in the retail value chain? This dynamic and ever-evolving industry has many opportunities to explore, offering passionate, committed and open-minded individuals a chance to build a meaningful career



This programme gave me the opportunity to gain access to the world of retail and meet amazing mentors. I grasped a vast knowledge of everything that occurs before a garment is actually seen in a store.




The programme upskills unemployed matriculants to become workplace ready for starter and entry-level retail positions in stores, distribution centres and financial services. Candidates learn sought-after industry skills and gain workplace experience. While the programme won’t guarantee you a job, successful JumpStarters gain credible work readiness experience that retail employers are looking for. We’re not a recruitment agency so unfortunately, we cannot guarantee employment once programmes have been completed.



Mr Price Foundation will never ask you to pay to apply for the JumpStart programme. Please do not respond to scams asking for any form of payment.




Applications open
JumpStart is a demand-driven programme and we train according to local demand. Unfortunately, you may not be able to complete your application if training is not currently open in your area

Important notice about recent scams!

JumpStart is a work readiness programme and will never ask the candidate to pay any form of monetary payment to go onto the programme or for employment. Please do not continue with this payment.


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Administrative Assistant: Public Relations and Communications

Salary(per annum): R 202,233




NSC Grade 12 or NC (V) Level 4 qualification. Good communication skills (written and verbal). Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and internet). Project administration skills. The ability to work independently and work under pressure. Ability to plan and organize projects, events (conferences, seminars, workshops, meetings, etc). Understanding of communication and public relations field, ability to conduct research into new



Support the implementation of the operational plan of the unit. Liaise with service providers on the branding of corporate promotional material procured. Manage procurement, storage and distribution of corporate gifts and branding materials, including stationery supplies. Provide branding and photography services during organisational events. Provide administrative support in planning events (conferences, seminars, workshops, meetings), logistical arrangements (travel and accommodation) and preparation of resource materials. Upload recent multi-media content on LCD screens. Participate in exhibitions and brand activation campaigns. Archive content, including pictures, for future usage. Research new trends with regard to corporate promotional material. Establish and maintain an effective filing system. Processing of claims, photocopying, preparing meeting documents, and emailing documents. Prepare reports from the MIS on expenditure.


Enquiries: Ms Olga Matlala on (012) 349 1510 ext 233. Application must be submitted to the following e-mail address: recruit.adminpr@umalusi.org.za. Failure to provide sufficient information on your detailed Curriculum Vitae will result in your application being disqualified. Closing Date: 07 November 2023. Communication will be limited to shortlisted candidates only.
Closing Date: 2023-11-07




Shop Assistant Festive Contractor

Job Title Shop Assistant Festive Contractor
Department Operations – Stores
Brand Ackermans
Reporting To Position Manager
Job Type Classification Contract
Location – Country South Africa


Job Advert

The purpose of this Festive Contract Worker role is to deliver exceptional customer shopping experience through stock replenishment, merchandising, housekeeping and efficient processing of transactions at till points.

If you are self-motivated, passionate about performance and have the high energy level required for this fast-paced, exciting and dynamic retail environment, consider this to be an opportunity to invest and grow your career.


Qualifications • Grade 12 or equivalent
Knowledge, Skills and Experience Knowledge and skills:
• Excellent customer service skills
• Communication skills – fluent in English (any other language would be beneficial
• Tenacious
• High energy levels
• Highly motivated and target driven



• Previous retail experience would be advantageous
Key Responsibilities 1. Provide excellent customer service to give customer a great shopping experience
– Assist shoppers to find the goods and products that they are looking for
– Attend to customer queries / complaints



2. Cashier duties
– Process cash and card payments
– Process Lay Bys
– Process customer refunds
– Reporting discrepancies and problems to the supervisor
– Till balancing

3. Merchandising
– Ensure that stock is correctly priced and displayed
– Ensure product availability of the sales floor
– Housekeeping
– Keeping up to date with promotions



4. Risk
– Ensure that products are tagged in line with the company policy
– Participating in stock takes
– Be on the lookout for shoplifters and fraudulent activities and report any suspicious behaviour to Management

5. Consistently live the Ackermans values & policies and procedures in all aspects of your work.







SASSA is a dynamic organisation that provides a range of essential services to a diverse group of South Africans. With offices countrywide, our operational structures aspire to embrace all that is stateof-the-art, offices that are modern and an environment designed to stimulate the worker to achieve, enjoy, progress and prosper.


The following positions are available


Grants Administrator X2 posts

Salary: R202 233.00 – R235 611.00 p.a.exclusive of benefits

Location: lzingolweni Local Office (Ref No:G40/2023),

Mooi River Local Office (Ref No:G41/2023) .

The applications for the above positions must be sent to STAK2NApplication@sassa.gov.za


Grants Administrator X2 posts

Salary: R202 233.00 -R235 611.00 p.a. exclusive of benefits

Location: lmpendle Local Office (Ref No:G42/2023).

The applications for the above positions must be sent to: PHNKZNapplications@sassa.gov.za


Grants Administrator X2 posts

Salary: R202 233.00 – R235 611.00 p.a.exclusive of benefits

Location: Stanger Local Office (Ref No:G43/2023)

Mpumalanga Local Office (Ref No:G44/2023).

The applications for the above positions must be sent to: NNMKZNApplication@sassa.gov.za


Minimum Requirements: Candidates should have a Senior Certificate (NQF Level 4), Computer Literacy is essential.

Added advantage: A Valid driver’s licence and I or administrative I clerical experience will be an added advantage.



Duties: The incumbent will assist in the administration of Social Grants at Local Office Level;Effectively screen all grant applications; Capture applications on the system; Provide customer care;Process other grant documentation/perform other grants administration functions; Conduct quality control on grants applications and Ensure adherence to Section 57 of the Public Finance Management Act (PMFA, Chapter 6,Part 3).



Important notes: All these positions are advertised with the minimum requirements. Appointment will be subject to a compulsory pre-employment screening in the form of qualification, reference, ITC, criminal checks and compulsory competency assessment (where applicable). It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) prior to the selection process. SASSA is under no obligation to fill a post after the advertisement thereof.!Please note: All SASSA staff are subject to compulsory Security Vetting on appointment. Should candidates wish to apply for more than 1 post, separate application forms should be completed.



The Agency is an equal opportunity employer. Therefore, Preference will be given to candidates whose appointment will assist the Agency in achieving its Employment Equity targets in terms of the Agency’s Employment Equity Plan. Person with Disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Closing date: 31 October 2023



Applicants interested in applying for these posts should send their applications (CV and fully completed and signed new Z83) quoting the relevant reference number and position name as per the advert. The subject heading of the email should indicate the reference number and name of the position you are applying for. Applicants must ensure that they send their applications to a correct inbox/email indicated on the position. Applications sent to the incorrect inbox/email will not be considered. Applications should consist of a comprehensive CV (specifying all experience,duties, indicating the respective dates (MMNY) per position,Identity Number, Race and Gender as well as indicating references with full contact details. Interviews may be conducted via a virtual medium which will be discussed with each shortlisted applicant. Kindly note that copies of qualifications, certificates, ID and driver’s license etc, should be submitted upon request. Failure to comply with the above requirements may results your application been disqualified.



Correspondence will only be conducted with the short- listed candidates. If you have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful.





Enquiries: Mr.JS Phoseka (033) 846 3456


Visit us at www.sassa.gov.za or toll free: 0800 601011.



The Department of Education is hiring Admin Clerks x14



SALARY: Level 5 –  Basic Salary of R 202 233.00 – R 235 611.00 per annum.

REQUIREMENTS: Grade 12 Certificate

RECOMMENDATION· Good communication skills, Organizing, Planning skills, computer literacy and application of MS Office package.

Personal attributes: Self-driven and ability to work under pressure.



  • Deal with general office administration within Education Institutions.
  • Handling of SA-SAMS and or management of finances.
  • Handling of all files, keeping establishment records up to date, keeping catalogues, Education Acts, Rules and regulations up to date.
  • Responsible for ordering stationery, textbooks,  and maintenance of material, typing of letters and question papers.
  • Keeping leave register up to date
  • Handling telephone enquiries and any other office duties as may be assigned.


NB: Applications must be submitted on form Z83 accompanied by originally certified copies of all qualification(s), CV, RSA Identity Document. Correspondence will only be conducted with the short-listed candidates.


Applicants are respectfully informed that, if no notification of appointment is received within 4 months of the closing date, they must accept that their application has been unsuccessful.

Please note: it might be expected of short-listed to undertake a competency test and / or make a presentation as requested by the interviewing panel.

Successful candidates will be vetted.


Applications must be submitted at the following schools:


Enquiries: Mr MJ Tshabalala (Principal)

Tel No: 078 432 9127


Enquiries: MR MA Matheatau (Principal)

TEL No: 051 228 0986



TEL NO: 082 686 8406



TEL NO: 051 535 2317


5. TAWANA PRIMARY SCHOOL – REF NO: MOT/930047/80149/01


TEL NO: 051 873 3069


6. MORAFE PRIMARY SCHOOL – REF NO: MOT/820712/80149/02


TEL NO: 078 479 4624


7. THABO PRIMARY SCHOOL – REF NO: MOT/840400/80149/03


TEL NO: 051 534 3863




TEL NO: 051 532 9112





TEL NO: 051 531 9170




TEL NO: 051 963 0902




TEL NO: 015 492 8711




TEL NO: 051 437 9012

13. ROSENHOF SPECIAL SCHOOL – REF NO: 162100/80085/02


TEL NO: 051 522 6771






Salary level: 08

Remuneration: R359,517 per annum (Other benefits include Housing and Medical-Aid allowances, 13th Cheque and Provident fund)

Ref number: 11/2023


The purpose of the position: To manage, support, and assist the Provincial Manager with diary management, and execution of various administrative functions in the Division. In addition, gather information, type documents, compile reports, file and keep records in line with the standard operating procedure.

Requirements: Grade 12 or Matric certificate, National Diploma in Administration or Secretariat Diploma, at least 3 years’ secretarial /administration work experience.



Competencies: Good interpersonal skills. Customer service. Communication. Computer literacy. Report writing. Diary management. Cost control. Project administration. Records management. Planning and Organising. Teamwork. Attention to detail. Self-management. Results driven.


Key Performance Areas: Manage the Provincial Manager’s diary. Provide secretarial service to the Division. Schedule meetings and other appointments and coordinate all logistical arrangements for the meetings such as venue, arrange the speakers accommodation, refreshments, and process travel claims. Ensure that all information (reports, agendas,
minutes, etc.) is available for the scheduled meetings. Manage the switchboard, screen and receive visitors to the office.


Provide secretarial service for the office, manage records and filing. Maintain a professional image of PanSALB at all times. Keep up to date with new developments and changes within the responsible area, the Division, and the organisation as a whole. Actively share the workload and responsibilities of the team as and when required. Maintain ownership of own work, performance management and development. Prepare and submit relevant monthly reports and ad hoc reports.

PanSALB is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and we promote diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace (race, gender and disability). Prospective candidates whose transfer/ promotion/ appointment promotes employment equity and affirmative action will receive preference. Prospective candidates will be subjected to verification checks which include, personnel security checks, criminal record, identity checks, etc. Candidates may undergo a competency assessment.




Applications must be submitted on a signed and dated PanSALB Application Form, obtainable from our website www.pansalb.org and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV, copies of Identity Document, Grade 12/Matric certificate and/or qualifications. Incomplete applications or late applications will not be considered. It will be expected of candidates to be available for interviews on the date, time and place determined by PanSALB.

Interested individuals are invited to submit their applications at applications@pansalb.org quoting the reference number and the position in the subject line of your email. If you have not been contacted one month after the closing date, kindly consider your application as unsuccessful. Correspondence will only be entered into with
short-listed candidates.



For more information visit www.pansalb.org/vacancies


Closing Date:
31 October 2023



In-Service Training for TVET College students

KWV is a multi-award-winning producer of wine and spirits. What is more, with a portfolio of respected products in over 100 markets globally and based in South Africa, KWV is committed to sustainability and people empowerment.



KWV offers exiting careers. Furthermore, as a medium sized organisation, we pride ourselves
on creating opportunities for our people to make meaningful contributions within the business.

Furthermore, for an individual eager to grow and develop in a fast-paced dynamic environment, KWV offers a flat structured environment that exposes most roles to various facets within the organisation for great insight into an exciting industry.
What is more, when you start a career with KWV you become part of a family who takes pride in our brand and has a passion to succeed!


KWV Brandy is looking for young, vibrant and energetic individuals to be part of their TVET 18-month
You must have obtained a qualification in one of the following areas:
1. Human Resource Management N6 (REF: HR1)
2. Marketing Management N6 ( REF: MM1)
3. Financial Management N6 (REF: FM1)
NB: Only applications using the respective reference number for the internship you are applying for in the email subject line will be considered.

– Have completed your N6 Qualification at a TVET College and are in need of completing your 18-month work
– Between the ages 18 – 30;
– Good communication and teamwork skills;
– Able to commence on 1 February 2024 for a duration of 18 months;
– Designated groups will be given preference.


Please email your CV with a copy of your qualification and placement letter to: training@kwv.co.za

CLOSING DATE: 31 October 2023



Please note that any personal information that you shared will be used for the purposes of applying for a role with KWV as advertised above. This information may be shared with authorised Warshay Investments (Pty) Ltd (“KWV”) representatives (internal and contracted external parties) as required. Should you have any questions related to how we process your personal information, please refer to the privacy policy.




Metropolitan Learnership

Reference Number MMH231017-3
Job Title Learnership
Position Type Temporary
Role Family Operations
Cluster Metropolitan Life
Remote Opportunity None of the time
Location – Country South Africa



Metropolitan is one of the services brands in South Africa. With a 125-year legacy of serving the communities in which it operates, Metropolitan represents true empowerment in serving Africa’s people through affordable financial solutions that create financial growth and security.Metropolitan operates in South Africa, but the brand is also present in 12 African countries including, Namibia, Botswana, Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, Lesotho, and Swaziland. Metropolitan provides financial wellness solutions that meet the needs of low-income clients, including funeral insurance, health, savings, hospital cash-back cover, retirement solutions and life insurance.


Role Purpose

Deliver professional service to clients through various servicing channels (inbound calls, emails, walk-in interactions etc.), responding to their needs, concerns and complaints within agreed Service Level Agreements and legislative and compliance requirements.



Matric or equivalent.



Duties & Responsibilities

Engage with clients and/or intermediaries in a professional manner to resolve all client queries within the Service Level Agreement and quality standards.

Take ownership of complaints and ensure they are resolved timeously and effectively.

Provide clients with the relevant information and documentation as required in line with policy guidelines.

Capture and update client information on relevant system/s, based on data received from the client.

Accurately complete all administrative and reporting requirements within agreed timeframes.

Adhere to legislative / compliance requirements in the service process.

Identify and report process and system failures and enhancements to improve client experience.




Business Acumen.

Client / Stakeholder Commitment.

Drive for Results.

Leads Change and Innovation.


Impact and Influence.

Self-Awareness and Insight.

Diversity and Inclusiveness.








  1. Matric or equivalent qualification
  2. Bilingual (English and Afrikaans/isiXhosa)
  3. Data Capturing experience.
  4. Good administrative skills
  5. Computer literacy in MS Office
  6. Good interpersonal and communication skills
  7. Good Client Services
  8. Friendly, helpful, patient, and professional individual
  9. Honesty, integrity, and reliable
  10. Must be passionate about assisting and supporting students.





  1. Assist students during the registration process.
  2. Data Capturing on information systems.
  3. Checking of registration and NSFAS bursary documents
  4. Copying and filing of documents
  5. Willing to work extra hours.


  1. N6 Certificate or equivalent qualification
  2. Registration assistant work experience
  3. Experience in an educational environment

Please Note:

Applications must be submitted on the Boland College HRM-FOR-020(E) application form, obtainable from our website, and must be accompanied by a cover letter and updated CV inclusive of three (3) contactable references, copies of all qualifications, and I.D document. Only shortlisted candidates will be required to submit certified documents/copies on or before the day of the interviews.



ALL DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED MUST BE IN PDF FORMAT. Applicants will be subjected to a criminal check as well as the verification of qualifications. Applicants are advised to submit one PDF document per application. Candidates who apply for more than one post should complete a separate application form for each post. Please indicate the reference number of the post to which you are applying on your application form. The college will not be responsible for an illegible PDF document or PDF document that cannot be accessed/opened. Applications received after the closing date will NOT be accepted. Applications must be addressed to the Human Resources Manager, Head Office, Boland TVET College, and be sent:

  1. Email: calrecruitment@bolandcollege.com . or
  2. Hand-delivered at Boland College Caledon, 37 Koalisie Street, Bergsig, Caledon, 7230



This appointment will be made in line with Boland TVET College’s Employment Equity Plan. If you have not heard from us within two weeks after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.

The college reserves the right not to make an appointment. If you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.



Numbers of Positions Available


Position Type


Working Hours

40 hours per week

Starting Date

8 Jan 2024 – 9 Feb 2024


R5000 per month

Closing Date

2 November 2023

December Casual Sales Assistants

Casual Sales Assistant –  APPLY NOW




We are looking for a December casual to provide high-class customer service and assist during the busy festive time. This contract will commence on 1 November 2023 to 31 January 2024.



  • Ensure high levels of customer satisfaction through excellent sales service 
  • Maintain outstanding store condition and visual merchandising standards 
  • Maintain a fully stocked store 
  • Ascertain customers’ needs and wants 
  • Recommend and display items that match customer needs 
  • Welcome and greet customers 
  • Manage point-of-sale processes 
  • Actively involved in the receiving of new shipments 
  • Keep up to date with product information 
  • Accurately describe product features and benefits 
  • Follow all companies policies and procedures 



  • Grade 12 
  • Computer literacy 
  • Higher education (Advantageous)  
  • 1 – 2 years work experience preferably in retail environment 
  • Knowledge of retail practices 
  • Demonstrated ability to perform customer service duties. 
  • Leadership skills 
  • Must be based in Pretoria

*If no contact is made within 2 weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful.





Position: Data Clerk X10 (Onsite) – THINK

Job Details

Job Description

THINK is a non-profit organisation committed to advancing health and well-being for vulnerable communities both locally and globally. Our work spans three central domains: research, health systems strengthening, and capacity building. Our focus is on addressing a wider spectrum of critical health challenges which include Infectious Diseases, Mental Health, Gender disparities, and building resilient healthcare systems in the face of pandemics and climate change. THINK engages with the local community, government consortia, and international funders to provide care and carry out cutting-edge work that has contributed to making a difference both locally and globally.



We are on the hunt for meticulous and passionate Data Monitors X10  to join our dedicated M&E Department in Bloemfontein and Sasolburg. This position is tailored for individuals who thrive on ensuring data quality, have a keen eye for detail, and possess a deep understanding of the integral role data plays in health research and program success. If you are passionate about data integrity, eager to contribute to meaningful projects, and looking to grow within a dynamic and supportive team environment, we encourage you to explore this exciting opportunity with us!



Duties and Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Conduct routine data verification and validation checks to ensure data completeness, consistency, and accuracy.
  • Review discrepancies and anomalies in data reports and address them promptly.
  • Ensure that health information systems (e.g., DHIS, TIER.Net, EDR Web) data quality is maintained.
  • Implement and promote standard operating procedures (SOPs) for data collection, input, and management.
  • Provide data mop-up, back-capturing, and filing support across identified facilities in collaboration with DOH.
  • Work alongside the IT department to enhance system features and optimise data collection methods.
  • Assist with facility-level M&E training and mentorship to improve data input quality and understanding.



  • Develop and distribute user-friendly guides and manuals for the data input process.
  • Work with clinical teams within healthcare facilities to ensure quality TB data reporting.
  • Coordinate with medical staff to better understand data needs and streamline the data collection process.
  • Maintain a weekly portfolio of evidence of all HIS generated reports.
  • Prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual data summary reports for management and stakeholders.
  • Engage with healthcare facility staff, including DoH data capturers, to resolve data queries.
  • Facilitate workshops and meetings to discuss improvements, challenges, and updates on the data management front.
  • Ensure data confidentiality is maintained and align with organisational and legal data protection regulations.
  • Regularly backup data and coordinate with IT for data security measures.
  • Stay updated with the latest trends and tools in data management and evaluation.
  • Recommend and implement tools and strategies to improve the data collection and monitoring process.
  • Work closely with the finance, clinical, and management teams to ensure that data requirements are met and integrated seamlessly into daily operations.
  • Provide data insights and analytics support to other departments for their respective projects and initiatives.


  • A Grade 12 education certificate or equivalent.
  • Certification or formal training in monitoring and evaluation, offering a blend of theoretical and practical expertise desirable
  • A minimum of 1-3 years of hands-on experience as an M&E Data Clerk or Data Capturer.
  • Demonstrated ability to handle, organise, and analyse data.
  • Familiarity with standard data collection tools and software.
  • Prior experience in a health care setting, clinical environment, or with health program data is highly desirable.
  • Experience with health information systems (e.g., DHIS, TIER.Net, EDR Web) is a plus.

Exciting benefits await you:

  • Being a part of and living our values which include care for people and outcomes, making a difference and kicking the paradigm – creating an environment where every team member thrives, every idea is celebrated, and every achievement is a testament to our collective commitment.
  • Enjoy a 37-hour work week, allowing you more time for personal pursuits, hobbies, and spending quality moments with loved ones.
  • Embrace financial security with a competitive salary package that recognises and values your skills and contributions with room for growth within our ever-expanding organisation.
  • Experience peace of mind knowing you’re covered with life, disability, and funeral insurance, ensuring you and your family’s future is safeguarded.
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) which gives you access to an array of support services such as legal, debt and counseling services, ensuring that expert guidance is just a call away.
  • We will contribute towards your medical aid as your health is a priority.




  • Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates in line with this advert for appointment to be made as soon as operationally possible, THINK therefore reserves the right to make appointments or close this vacancy within 5 working days of posting should sufficient applications be received during this time.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • Please consider your application unsuccessful if you have not been contacted within four weeks of the closing date.
  • THINK reserves the right in special circumstances to accept late applications or to extend the above date in order to facilitate further searches.
  • Furthermore, THINK reserves the right not to make an appointment.
  • Internal applicants will get preference for shortlisting.
  • THINK is unable to provide relocation assistance.

Apply for a Job at Skipper Bar


Skipper Bar offers top local and international fashion brand collections.

Skipper Bar is a men’s fashion retail chain founded more than Fifty years ago as a small knitwear store in the center of Johannesburg with T-shirts, or skippers as they were better known in those days being the core of the business. A hotel bar counter was bought at an auction and formed part of the shops’ fittings hence the name Skipper Bar was born. Skipper Bar has developed from selling only T-shirts to adding imported shoes and men’s trousers, to carrying all the major brands that fit their target market, their biggest success being their ability to adapt to the trends in an ever evolving market.

Skipper Bar has sets the pace for the man who wants to wear the latest in classic and fashion apparel with footwear completing the look. Skipper Bar was bought by the Studio 88 Group of Companies in February 2012 and an aggressive expansion plan is in motion for the much loved Skipper Bar brand.



At Skipper Bar we stock only the best brands, from adidas, Nike, Converse, Puma and Levis, not to mention all the local brands from SA, including Dickies, Nikos and Marina. Brands new to our stores like ellesse Heritage and Reebok Classic, plus a whole lot more in store. We also stock our own new footwear & apparel brand “London Republic”. Skipper Bar has extended its retail market across South Africa and some of our neighboring countries in Africa, like Lesotho and soon in Namibia. With over 87 stores, and more opening soon, it not so hard to catch us in your favourite Mall or shopping Complex.

At Skipper Bar, we pride ourselves in offering you not only the best in local and international clothing and footwear, but also the best price you can afford. We are still considered the best retailer in the market with the best price.




We pride ourselves as a sports and lifestyle retailer of branded leisure goods, that follow international trends, certain products will carry limited apparel, we foster a heritage association with our customer.


Realise our growth strategy to secure a stronger position in terms of buying power, so that we can offer our customers competitive pricing, exclusive ranges and excellent service to customers.




To ensure that the stores become known as the destination store of choice, easily accessible countrywide, prices competitive, exclusive ranges and customer satisfaction.






Upload your CV at Studio 88

Apply for a Job at STUDIO 88

About Us – Studio 88

Studio 88 is South Africa’s Largest Branded Fashion Clothing and Footwear Retailer.

As stockists of the most popular international brands demanded by you, look out for exclusive releases at any of our over 300 stores. We make it our business to bring you the latest sneakers, footwear and clothing in trend.

Our sought after brands include adidas Performance, adidas Originals, Puma, Converse, Superga, Vans & Levi’s, to name a few.    


Be in-the-know with our early releases of club jerseys and other special editions by following our Facebook team of winners. We stock a large variety of football supporters gear for clubs including FC Barcelona, Manchester United, Manchester City FC, Pirates, Chiefs and Sundowns. So feel part of the team by wearing their latest supporters’ kit!

Search the Studio 88 store closest to you in South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Lesotho, Zambia and Mozambique. Remember, Studio 88 has the most competitive prices on authentic brands,  click here to find that store near you.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and be the first to know about our special offers, new store openings and competitions!



We pride ourselves as a sports and lifestyle retailer of branded leisure goods, that follow international trends, certain products will carry limited apparel, we foster a heritage association with our customer.



Realise our growth strategy to secure a stronger position in terms of buying power, so that we can offer our customers competitive pricing, exclusive ranges and excellent service to customers.




To ensure that the stores become known as the destination store of choice, easily accessible countrywide, prices competitive, exclusive ranges and customer satisfaction.




Capitec Bank is hiring Bank Better Champion

Location: Various Provinces

Company: Capitec Bank Ltd

Purpose Statement

To welcome clients and coordinate the branch flow through efficient queue functioning, providing excellent client service by assisting clients at the ATM and to complete transactions on any remote or self service channels.





  • No experience required but individual needs to hold a Grade 12 National Certificate


  • At least 1 year’s client service experience within a retail/ financial/ banking environment




Qualifications (Minimum)

  • Grade 12 National Certificate / Vocational

Qualifications (Ideal or Preferred)


  • Basic calculations
  • Knowledge of Capitec Bank products and business processes (internal)




  • Communications Skills
  • Computer Literacy (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook)
  • Interpersonal & Relationship management Skills
  • Problem solving skills
  • Attention to Detail


Conditions of Employment

  • Clear criminal and credit record
  • Must have fingerprints which are detectable/recognisable on Capitec Bank’s internal electronic banking system



Apply for a Discovery Learnership – Long Term Insurance

Learnership – Long Term Insurance

Business Unit:  Discovery Central Services
Function:  Call Center / Contact Center

Discovery Health (GAU Service Team)

Learnership: Long Term Insurance


About Discovery

Discovery’s core purpose is to make people healthier and to enhance and protect their lives. We seek out and invest in exceptional individuals who understand and support our core purpose, and whose own values align with those of Discovery. Our fast-paced and dynamic environment enables smart, self-driven people to be their best. As global thought leaders, Discovery is passionate about innovating in order to not only achieve financial success, but to ignite positive and meaningful change within our society.



About Discovery Health GAU

This team is primarily situated in Sandton and is one of four regional service teams. We take pride in excellent, world- class service delivery to our members, brokers and employer groups at all touch points in their journey. Our expectation of employees is to (1) be engaged, (2) deliver world class service to all internal and external stakeholders, as well as (3) take ownership for key responsibilities. This means speaking in a way that the person you are servicing can hear you smile, where going the extra mile is done effortlessly resulting in delighted stakeholders. It also means taking ownership of the business, and taking full accountability for the people you service; treating them as you would family. This can only be achieved by using your knowledge of our products and exceptional digital tools, staying humble, dazzling our stakeholders and always knowing that what you do matters!




Key Purpose of the role

This Learnership leads to a nationally recognised FETC: Long Term Insurance NQF Level 4 qualification; which consists of structured learning components combined with practical/workplace experience in the Financial Services industry.

Areas of responsibility may include but not limited to

Long Term Insurance – Discovery Health:

Call Centre: Medical Aid client servicing, claims, new business and health benefits administration




Personal Attributes and Skills

  • Innovative/ critical thinking/ and problem solving skills
  • Good attention to detail and levels of accuracy
  • Sets high standards for quality and quantity and works in a systematic, methodical and orderly manner.
  • Time management and planning skills
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high pressure environment
  • Ability to work independently and in a team orientated environment
  • Service driven, a sense of urgency and a team player.
  • Adapts to changing circumstances and handles criticism well and learns from it.



Education and Experience

Grade 12 is essential.

  • Maths (Minimum Level 4 – 50%)
  • English (Minimum Level 4 – 50%)
  • Maths Literacy (Minimum Level 5 – 60% )
  • 2nd language (Minimum Level 4 – 50%)

May have an incomplete tertiary qualification (advantage)



Specific Requirements:

  • Not be engaged in post Matric studies or formal employment;
  • Not have completed any previous Learnership.
  • Be between the ages of 18 and 25 years;
  • Have effective communication skills in the written & verbal English language;
  • Possess basic computer skills mainly MS Excel & MS Outlook




The Company’s approved Employment Equity Plan and Targets will be considered as part of the recruitment process. As an Equal Opportunities employer, we actively encourage and welcome people with various disabilities to apply.





Grant Administrators Posts (Level 05)

Salary: R202 233 • 235 611 p.a.exclusive of benefits



Minimum Requirements: Candidates should have a Senior Certificate (NQF Level4),

Computer literacy is essential.

Added advantage: A Valid driver’s license and /or administrative / clerical experience will be an added advantage.




The incumbent will assist in administration of Social Grants at Local Office level

Effectively screen all grant applications

Capture applications on the system

Provide customer care

Process other grant documentation / perform other grants administration functions

Conduct quality control on grant applications and ensure adherence to Section 57 of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA, Chapter 6. Part 3)


Important notes:

All these positions are advertised with the minimum requirements. Appointments will be subjected to compulsory pre-employment screening in the form of qualification, reference, ITC, criminal checks and compulsory competency assessment

Where applicable, it is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) prior to the selection process. SASSA is under no obligation to fill a post after the advertisement thereof. Please note: ALL SASSA staff are subjected to compulsory security vetting on appointment.


“The Agency is an equal opportunity employer.Therefore. Preference will be given to candidates whose appointment will assist the Agency in achieving its Employment Equity targets in terms of the Agency’s Employment Equity Plan. Person with Disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply”



Closing date:27 October 2023


NB:Applicants must hand deliver their applications to SASSA BKB Building, Cnr Fitzpatrick & Merino Road, Quigney East London, or to the nearest SASSA Office or post to Private Bag x 9001 Chislehurst. East London 5200.




Applicants interested in applying for these posts should send their applications (CV and completed new z83 ONLY) quoting the relevant reference number and position name as per the advert. Applications should consist of comprehensive CV (specifying all experience, duties, indicating the respective dates (MM/YY) per position, Identity Number, Race and Gender as well as indicating references with full contact details. Interviews may be conducted via a virtual medium which will be discussed with each shortlisted applicants. Kindly note that copies of qualification.certificates, ID and valid driver’s license etc.should be submitted upon request

Failure to comply with the above requirements may result in  our application being disqualified.



If you have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful.

Enquiries: Zoleka Kumbula 043 707 6390/Thembela Mdaka Booi/043 707 6425/Phelokazi Ndengane 043 707 6421

Visit us at www.sassa.gov.za or tollfree: 0800 6010 11.


Location: Idutywa x 2 (Ref No SAS 10/23); East London x 2 (Ref No SAS 11/23): Butterworth x 1(Ref No SAS 12/23)

Apply for General Assistants vacancies x16

General Assistants x16

Position: General Assistant x16

Company: Icebolethu Group
Position: General Assistant
Job Location: Various



Vision Statement:

Our vision is to be the center of Excellence in the Funeral Assurance Industry. To offer Services equal to none, in order to propel strong growth for our Company.




Icebolethu Group is an Authorised Financial Service Provider FSP45714 and a Level 1 BBBEE Contributor is South Africa’s second largest Funeral Assurance Group. Winner of the Standard Bank KZN – Top Brand award for 2022 provides a centre of excellence and a leading provider of dignified burial solutions.

Icebolethu Group is currently in search of General Assistant (4x) on a Casual Basis to be located in Ixopo within the Burials Department a Division of Icebolethu Group. The successful candidate will be required to perform tasks supporting Burials operations and ensuring the delivery of Excellence Service to our Clients.



Qualifications, Experience and Competencies.

Minumum Qualifications.

  • Grade 12


Experience and Knowledge required.
  • Min 1-2 years’ experience in Burials / Funeral Services and Planning.



Skills and Competencies Required.
  • Demonstrates strong organizational skills.
  • Pays close attention to detail.
  • Possesses the skill needed to handle sensitive organs and instruments.
  • Communicates well with others.
  • Exhibit’s ability to work calmly and professionally with gruesome or unidentifiable bodies.
  • Demonstrates empathy and sensitivity when working with families of the deceased.
  • Must be willing to work odd hours and/or overnight shifts.



Key Performance Areas:
  • Assists in removals.
  • Registering deceased details on the mortuary register.
  • Ensure that are labeled correctly.
  • Wash and Stores bodies in the mortuary tray as per the register and board number.
  • Ensures that all bodies are properly stored in their assigned locations.
  • Assist in identifying bodies.
  • Cleans and prepares bodies for autopsy.
  • Cleaning of the mortuary and viewing area.



  • Sterilizes autopsy equipment and sets out all necessary instruments for the pathologist.
  • Washes and sterilizes all instruments after autopsy.
  • Washing and dressing of bodies for collection.
  • Coffining of bodies.
  • Releases body to family or other authorized.
  • Speaks to family and friends to provide them with updates on the autopsy (if necessary).
  • Monitoring mortuary and signs in visitors.
  • Assist with Funeral grave and hall decoration set up.
  • Installation of lowering device machine.
  • Responsible for the equipment and material.



(NB: Applications with no clarification for the position and location applying for will not be considered)
Please submit all CV’s to Icebo_hr@icebolethu.co.za

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 20 October 2023.




Collins Chabane Local Municipality: Greening & Cleaning Opportunities X320

Collins Chabane Local Municipality: Greening & Cleaning Opportunities X320


Collins Chabane Local Municipality invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for the Greening and Cleaning Programme X320 Posts.



Position: Greening and Cleaning Programme X320 Posts

Ref: 4/3/1

Salary: R130.00 per day

Collins Chabane Local Municipality in partnership with the Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment has 320 job opportunities with the Greening and Cleaning Programme.


It is in this regard that the Municipality would like to call upon all interested participants.

The requirements for submission are the follows:

  • Be a resident of Collins Chabane Municipality (Proof of residence detailing the following: stand number, village ans ward)

Applicants must apply using the attached pro-forma application form and attach a CV.
Kindly note that the participants will be paid a minimum stipend of R130.00 per day.

Closing date for submission of CV’s with required is 20 October 2023. The duration for the programme is 12 months starting from the commencement date.



Required documents should be hand delivered to at your nearest cluster:
Malamulele Town Hall (Security Office)
Njhakanjhaka Community Hall
Vuwani Sub-Office (Xinyata Honwana) (Tengani Nkuna)
Saselamani Stadium (Godfrey Chauke)
Merwe Stadium (Security Office)
Mdavula Stadium (Security Office)




For any further enquiries contact:
Manganyi Proda at 015 8510 110

NB Advantage will be given to women and people living with disability and albinism.

Closing date: 20 October 2023


Signature Cosmetics is hiring Shop Assistants

Shop Assistants at Signature Cosmetics & Fragrances


Job Details

Job Description




  • Provide guidance, supervision and set an example for the team
  • Develop and guide team members in selling techniques, product knowledge, operational standards, customer service and visual merchandising standards
  • Ensure store is staffed according to agreed staffing schedules based on business requirements
  • Create a welcoming, inspirational, and personalised experience for all customers
  • Drive sales and turnover by motivating and inspiring the team members to achieve sales targets
  • Ensure visual merchandising standards create a beautiful store experience



  • Maintain a clean, neat, and tidy and fully replenished sales floor
  • Ensure stock levels, stock losses and shrinkage are effectively managed
  • Ensure all products are correctly priced with relevant Price stickers and /or signage
  • Ensure that stock take, and cycle count variance reports are checked, variances are investigated, and stock shortages or unbalanced stock information is escalated to the Area Manager
  • Ensure that point of sale and banking procedures are adhered to and raise any areas of concern with the Area Manager
  • Ensure all store standards and operations policies and procedures are adhered to
  • Effective execution of all operational activities within the store


  • A matric, grade 12 or equivalent certificate
  • A minimum of two years’ experience supervising a small team in a retail store
  • A passion for cosmetics, retail, and customer service
  • Knowledge of beauty and skincare products
  • Strong customer service orientation
  • A strong work ethic and hands-on attitude
  • Sound leadership skills



  • Ability to work a flexible schedule to meet operational needs
  • Ability to schedule staff rota and manage attendance Ability to plan and prioritize tasks
  • Basic proficiency with email and Excel
  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to remain calm and pleasant in pressurised situations
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time
  • Ability to demonstrate and promote products
  • Ability to create a buzz in your store that will motivate your team and encourage customers to come back and purchase more







The incumbent will be responsible to fulfil the scope of a data capturer


• Capture all dispensary and surgical stores invoices.
• Capture all transfers in and out.
• Capture all ward drug transfers.
• Capture all credit notes.
• Prepare invoices for GRN’S.
• Request new codes from iQest.
• Activate / updating of Nappi codes.
• Stock take preparation and execution.
• Managing the stock master.


COMPETENCIES (The following will be advantageous)
(Educational Qualifications
& Experience)
• Matric
• Computer literacy
• Must have minimum 1-2 years retail and hospital experience.
• Private hospital experience will be advantageous.
• Able to work under pressure.
• Must be prepared to do shiftwork.
• The ideal person will have willingness to assume job ownership, work
independently and apply principles of continuous improvement.



(Practical & Technical)
• Delta 9
• Surgicom
• Unisolv
• Microsoft Office
• Understand reconciling and capturing of invoices.
• Time management


• Professionalism and initiative
• Well-spoken and respectful
• Must be able to adhere to all company rules and policies.


• We respect the dignity of an individual.
• We are committed to giving our doctors top quality service.
• We are committed to building an atmosphere of trust, and to train and develop
our staff to their fullest potential.
• We are committed to providing our shareholders with a fair rate of return on
their investment.
• We will act in a responsible manner towards our physical and social


CV’s together with supporting documents should be submitted to: isirecruit@jmh.co.za
Your information is collected and processed in accordance with the Protection of Personal Information Act No 4 of 2013 (POPIA).
By applying to this advert, you consent to JMH (Pty) Ltd collecting and processing your personal information for the purpose of determining your eligibility for the advertised position.
If unsuccessful, your personal information is securely destroyed and is not retained by the company.


Closing date for applications is 19 October 2023

Yours faithfully
Jenny Bux Group HR Manage





The platform that connects employers and job seekers.

Our vision for JOBJACK is to help Employ the World, as we believe that every hardworking and honest person deserves a job. With our job platform, we have created an easy to use solution for both job seekers and employers. Launched in 2018, JOBJACK was created as a platform for job seekers and employers to connect. Our co-founders realised, after organising waitering jobs for friends and family, that there is a need for a singular platform where job seekers can find available positions.

By staying up to date with technology we have created an easy to use platform where job seekers can register, create their JOBJACK CVs and apply for available positions in their area. Employers have the same option to register on the JOBJACK platform and post their available positions – giving them access to relevant candidates.



Our values

Our values are at the core of every action we take at JOBJACK. We believe in hiring individuals that will adopt these values as their own, with high problem-solving skills and enabling them with the necessary tools and autonomy to achieve excellence in their tasks. We incorporate learning into every aspect of the job, through working alongside talented and experienced people who are dedicated to learning from and teaching each other continuously.








To provide administrative support, data capturing and information management services to the Client Services and Projects business unit to ensure the effective and efficient running of the unit and to assist in providing key support to the CETA in the execution of the overall strategy.




  • Ensure that all required learner information is accurately captured by the Employer/ Training Provider on the indicium and QMR database.
  • Draw reports from the database when requested and update report formats when required.
  • Keep an up-to-date document register of QMRs received and submitted.
  • Verify the achievements of learners as per the NQF qualification standards.
  • Ensure that all relevant CETA registers and regulatory reports are compiled on time.
  • Liaise with stakeholders and provide advocacy on required information for capturing.
  • Ensure the upload of required learner documents to the system as required.
  • Respond to routine queries and escalate higher-level requests to the relevant staff in the business unit as required.


  • Support the development of high-quality templates and tools to assist with the effective management of and continuous improvement within the business unit’s process efficiencies.
  • Provide support on the CETA’s special projects, campaigns, and events.
  • Contribute to data integrity and ensure that all learner information is treated with confidentiality as per the Protection of Personal Information Act requirements.
  • Assist with the coordination and compilation of reports for the business unit for review and submission.
  • Assist in capacity building programmes on the use of the learner database in the various business units and provincial offices.
  • Assist in identifying and adhering to fraud controls, risk prevention principles, sound governance and compliance processes, and tools to identify and manage risks.
  • Support and provide evidence to all internal and external audit requirements.
  • Maintain quality risk management standards in line with relevant requirements.
  • Maintain and enforce all related Service Level Agreements to minimise business risk and ensure business continuity.
  • Adhere to all relevant laws, policies, and Standard Operating Procedures throughout the organisation.
  • Maintain electronic filing and category system for the Provincial Learning Programmes.
  • Ensure that a reliable paper trail exists for all data.
  • Ensure the effective and efficient management of document flows and the retrieving and archiving of information in a confidential manner.



  • Prepare non-routine and routine correspondence and proofread relevant documents before circulation.
  • Build and maintain relationships with all CETA officers, for the purposes of expectations management and knowledge sharing.
  • Provide excellent customer service to CETA internal and external stakeholders.
  • Attend and address all stakeholder queries timeously and effectively.
  • Provide guidance to stakeholders, employers and training providers regarding the online learner registration and other requirements.
  • Provide advocacy on matters related to data management to make informed decisions.
  • Implement timeous communication on progress and challenges in achieving the tactical work plans to impact stakeholders.



  • A relevant qualification or equivalent.
  • Experience in Data Capturing will be an added advantage-Operational.
  • Construction experience would be an added advantage.



The following Attributes are necessary to succeed in this role:

  • Punctual, self-discipline and a motivated team player.
  • Ethical consciousness and conduct in all dealings with the matters of CETA.
  • Emotionally intelligent and communicates well across all levels.
  • Analytical and pay attention to detail.
  • Deadline driven.
  • Adaptable and problem-solver.
  • Excellent negotiation and organising skills.
  • Innovative and creative self-starter.
  • Ability to work with difficult individuals.




Remuneration for this role is a negotiable basic plus benefits package per annum, in line with the CETA Remuneration Policy and the applicable salary scales. A competitive package will be negotiated to attract best candidates.

The appointment will be a long-term appointment linked to CETA licence, subject to satisfactory performance as per Performance Management Policy of the CETA.




Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to vetting and assessment process by the CETA; with the successful candidates subjected to security vetting.

Please note the following contact details are for enquiries about JOB CONTENT ONLY and NOT for application purposes.

Enquiries: Email: bukiwex@ceta.co.za/louizes@ceta.co.za

The CETA reserves the right to cancel this advert, and / or not to appoint.

CETA will only correspond with shortlisted candidates. If you do not receive correspondence from CETA within 4 weeks of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.


Closing date: 20October 2023 at 23h59.

“CETA is committed to providing equal opportunities and practicing affirmative action employment. It is our intention to promote representativity (race, gender, disability) in the organisation through filling of this position and candidates whose appointment will promote representativity will receive preference”.



Work Level
Job Type
Market Related
EE Position
East London



CLUSTER : HAST: Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission HIV (PMTCT)

STIPEND : R 4 448.00 per month



APPOINTMENT REQUIREMENTS: – A Grade 12 Certificate is essential; PLUS Any certified HIV counselling course

RECOMMENDATIONS: – Ideally, experience in facilitating group sessions; PLUS Living positively and

openly with HIV and having disclosed HIV status to at least one person will be an added advantage;

PLUS a health-related diploma will be advantageous




The role of a Peer Educator is to provide Peer education and psychosocial support to adolescent girls

and young women (AGYW) aged between 15 and 24 years, and their partners, parents and families, to

reduce HIV incidence as well as HIV-related mortality and morbidity among youth.

• The incumbents will also promote positive health-seeking behaviours and uptake of SRH and MNCWH services, facilitate referrals, and link AGYW to facility-based clinical services as well as psychosocial services as needed

• Being based at the facility, the Peer Educator will conduct mapping of community services in the

catchment area, conduct targeted household visits focusing on AGYW, and provide education and

psychosocial support to AGYW, their partners, parents and families (with consent) to reduce HIV

incidence and promote uptake of SRH and MNCWH services

• The appointees will create an enabling environment for AGYW to engage and improve access to health services through the establishment and facilitation of youth clubs, parenting sessions in the community including establishment of ‘youth corners’, and facilitation of young mothers’ clubs at the facility, as well as referrals and linkages to social and healthcare services

• Fluency in spoken and written IsiZulu and English

• Strong numeracy skills

• Ability to listen and empathise

• Aged between 18 and 30 years, and out of school

• Living within walking distance to the health facility.




Client service delivery:

• Conduct group health talks at the facility promoting awareness and uptake of SRHR, MNCH/PMTCT services

• Establish youth corners in health facilities to create an enabling environment for youth engagement

• Establish child-friendly spaces in the facilities in collaboration with other stakeholders

• Assist in follow-up of teenagers and youth to ensure that psychological care is offered and delivered

• Conduct one-on-one interactions with AGYW and their partners, providing education and psychosocial support on individual health-related issues and linking

them to care and support as required

• Establish and facilitate support groups and clubs for young mothers at the health facilities or suitable spaces in the community



• Recruit and enrol AGYW in the project

• Using referral slips to refer and link AGYW to youth clubs and other relevant services as required

• Conduct active client follow-up of clients who miss key appointments

• Liaise with other stakeholders to facilitate integration of mother-to-mother services at the facility. Household

• Educate household members on post-natal care for both mother and baby

• Conduct individual peer-support sessions with AGYM in the households

• Conduct education sessions with parents and guardians on parenting skills at household level to create a conducive environment for parent−adolescent engagement

• Educate young mothers on the Road-to-Health Booklet so that they understand its importance and


• Recruit and enrol AGYW in the project

• Use referral slips to refer and link AGYW and their partners and parents to relevant services • Conduct follow-up of clients who have missed appointments

• Conduct age-appropriate child stimulation-related activities to children from birth to two years of age

• Distribute condoms and relevant client education materials. Community



• Conduct group education sessions in the community

• Conduct mapping of services in the catchment area

• Establish and facilitate young mothers’ clubs

• Establish and facilitate parenting sessions

• Identify, refer and track clients from community to facility and vice versa

• Collaborate with other stakeholders to participate in community awareness campaigns, community dialogues and community meetings as required

• Participate in community meetings to ensure co-ordination, collaboration and integration of peer mentor services in the community

• Facilitate play-group sessions in the community and/or at ECD centres in the community.


General duties

• Document all services provided in the health facility, community and

household using paper-based and electronic client management tools, as per programme procedures

• Utilise information from client management tools to provide tailored support during client sessions.



• Document lessons learnt during service delivery

• Collect and document data on a daily and monthly basis and submit reports to the Facility Manager

• Duly complete all data collection tools as per project specifications

• Participate in training and capacity-building/mentorship activities to improve programme service quality

• Participate in health facility and partner meetings to generate opportunities for learning

NB: All shortlisted candidates will be required to submit proof of work experience endorsed and stamped by the employer/s prior to the date of the interview. These must have complete dates and months, and must be attached to determine experience and grading.


• Document lessons learnt during service delivery

• Collect and document data on a

daily and monthly basis and submit reports to the Facility Manager

• Duly complete all data collection

tools as per project specifications

• Participate in training and capacity-building/mentorship activities to

improve programme service quality

• Participate in health facility and partner meetings to generate opportunities for learning

NB: All shortlisted candidates will be required to submit proof of work experience endorsed and stamped by the employer/s prior to the date of the interview. These must have complete dates and months, and must be attached to determine experience and grading.



AMAJUBA G104/2023 18

ETHWKWINI G105/2023 50

HARRY GWALA G106/2023 23

ILEMBE G107/2023 24


UGU G109/2023 25



UMZINYATHI G112/2023 24

UTHUKELA G113/2023 24

ZULULAND G114/2023 24





The Chief Director: Human Resource

Management Services KZN Department of Health Private Bag X9051



OR Hand Deliver to:

330 Langalibalele Street,

Natalia Building, REGISTRY,

Minus 1:1 North Tower






(This Department is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, whose aim is to promote

representivity in all levels of all occupational categories in the Department.)

NOTE : Applications must be submitted on the prescribed Application for

Employment form (Z83) which must be originally signed, initialed and

dated. Applications received on the incorrect Z83 will not be considered.

All required information on the Z83 must be provided. The Z83 should be

accompanied by a comprehensive CV only (with detailed experience).

Persons with disabilities should feel free to apply for the post.

NB: Failure to comply with the above instructions will disqualify

applicants. Faxed and e-mailed applications will NOT be accepted.



•The appointments are subject to positive outcomes obtained from the State Security Agency (SSA) to the following checks (security clearance (vetting), criminal clearance, credit records, citizenship), verification of Educational Qualifications by SAQA, verification of previous experience from Employers and verification from the Company Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC). Applicants are respectfully informed that, if no notification of appointment is received within 3 months after the closing date, they must accept that their applications were unsuccessful. Applicants in possession of a foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their applications. Non- RSA Citizens/Permanent Residents/ Work Permit holders must submit documentary proof together with their applications.





The contents of this Circular Minute must be brought to the notice of all eligible employees on the

establishment of all Institutions. It must be ensured that all employees who meet the requirements of the post/s are made aware of this circular minute even if they are absent from their normal places of work.


The Recruitment and Selection process will be done and centralised at Head office. All applications

received by District Offices must be submitted to Head Office after the closing date.




1. The following documents must be submitted: –

(a) Application for Employment Form (Form Z.83), which is obtainable at any Government

Department OR from the website – www.kznhealth.gov.za.

(b) Comprehensive CV (with detailed experience).

(c) Copies of Qualification, Registration Certificate and drivers licence must not be submitted

when applying for employment.

2. The Reference Number must be indicated in the column provided on the form Z.83.

3. Persons with disabilities should feel free to apply for the post.

NB: (a) Failure to comply with the above instructions will disqualify applicants. Faxed and e￾mailed applications will NOT be accepted.

(b) The appointments are subject to positive outcomes obtained from the State

Security Agency (SSA) to the following checks (security clearance (vetting),

criminal clearance, credit records, and citizenship), verification of Educational

Qualifications by SAQA, verification of previous experience from Employers and

verification from the Company Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC).

4. Applicants are respectfully informed that, if no notification of appointment is received

within 3 months after the closing date, they must accept that their applications were



5. Applicants in possession of a foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate

from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their applications. Non- RSA

Citizens/Permanent Residents/Work Permit holders must submit documentary proof

together with their applications.

(This Department is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, whose aim is to promote

representivity in all levels of all occupational categories in the Department.)



FET Certificate: NQF Level 02 Animal and Plant Production Learnership: APPLY WITH GRADE 9

Further Education and Training Certificate  (FET): NQF Level 02 (Animal and Plant Production Learnership



The opportunity to acquire skills, knowledge and workplace experience in the  field  of Animal/Plant Production.

Earn the stipend R4288.50 for twelve months’ duration of Learnership.


The Department of A9riculture and Rural Development is looking for the person from various communities, with interest and appropriate qualification to enter Further Education and Training Certificate in Animal/Production Learnership (NQF Level 2).


Basic enlistment/requirements:

  • South African who are in possession of AET Level 4/Standard 7/Grade 9
  • At least 18 -35 years
  • Prepared to subject themselves to interviews select on conducted by DARD


The FET Certificate Animal/Plant Production:

Learnership comprised of 30% theory work and instructional learning and 70% workplace learning.


Learnership is the outcome based and ii intended to contribute towards skills shortage in South Africa .

DARD Learnership is based on legal agreement between the employer, learners and training service provider.


Learnership programme shall be the period of one consists of;



A 30%intensive instructural learning theory



Workplace training

This is 70% workplace learning that shall take place at DARD facilities. During this phase learner shall continue receiving stipend. The learner shall be responsible for accommodation,meals and transport.

No pension fund, housing allowance and housing subsidy, medical aid nor overtime shall be provided by the employer during the theoretical and practical training.



Learner shall be regarded competent after successful completion instructional learning phase, workplace learning phase, final submission of Portfolio of evidence (POE) and external verification by AgriSeta.

Any contravention or deviant on from Learnership agreement during twelve months’ period shall be dealt with by the DARD in accordance sect on 17 and 18 of Skills Development Act 97 of 1998.


It should be noted that after successful completion of your Learnership and FET Certificate in Animal/Plant production will be issued.

However, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development does not guarantee any employment after completion of Learnership program.



Complete the application in your own writing. This application is obtainable in the DARD website (www.dard.gov.za). Make sure that you do not leave empty spaces and the application form is dinged and dated by the applicant. Attach certified  copies  or  your  certificates and Identity document that are not older than twelve months. No late incomplete or unsigned application forms shalt be accepted. Fax and emailed application shall not be accepted.


The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is an equal opportunity employer and the provision or the employment equity act shall be taken into consideration In the enrollment   into the Learnership.

Enquiries: Mr. TE Majola (033-3438012)



Application forms can be hand delivery or posted to the following address: The Director. Human Resource Development

Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Private Bag X9059




Hand delivered in the nearest Agriculture and Rural Development Offices



NB: Correspondence shall be limed 10 shortlisted candidates on y. Should you not be contacted within three (3) months after closing date of this advertisement, regard your application for Learnership has been unsuccessful.






Teller: G4S – Cash Solutions South Africa – Basic Salary + Benefits


Salary: Basic Salary + Benefits | Posted: 2 Oct 2023 | Closes: 16 Oct 2023 | Job Type: Full Time and Permanent | Business Unit: South Africa – Cash Solutions | Region / Division: Cash Division | Reference: G4S/TP/7780543/224325

Salary and benefits in line with company policy and practice.



Job Introduction:

Cash Centre Teller

G4s Cash Solutions (SA), a leading provider of Integrated cash management solutions , has a vacancy for a Cash Centre Teller based at our operations in Port Elizabeth.

Reporting to the Cash Centre Supervisor, this ole is responsible for effectively counting, balancing and reconciling the customer’s money in line with he cash processing procedures.

The successful incumbent is a self-starter with a proven truck record in maintaining company policy, adopting best practices , and is able to exercise sound judgement in the pursuit of the achievement of the goals of the organisation, and the role which operations plays within a successful business unit.  The incumbent will be expected to be results driven and to live the values of the organisation.



Role Responsibility:

To effectively manage the distribution of all cash bags and containers. To effectively count, balance, pack and reconcile the customers’ cash.

Manage the receiving of all bags and containers

  • Distribute the bags/Containers to different areas
  • Ensure all receipting is done
  • Ensure that all work received daily is processed and cleared on the system
  • Check that the information on the bags are correct r
  • Adhere to all policies and procedures



Execute day to day operations

  • Responsible for the secure, timely and accurate processing of customer deposits
  • Assist in preparation of customer coin and cash orders
  • Assist with other relevant duties and responsibilities that management may require from time to time
  • Responsible to operate a variety of high speed equipment
  • Track deposits into internal systems
  • Proactively identify customer cash differences, report to Supervisor to correct and prevent any customer impact.
  • Required to cross-train in multiple processes in order to support all Cash Processing services

Sorting of Cash/Coin

  • Verifying bulk money
  • Verify  inbound or outbound coin and cash from corresponding banks, and customers
  • Accurately balance transaction totals
  • Balance the bulk total/funds



Training & Health and Safety

  • Complete all related compliance training
  • Attend and successfully complete all role specific training
  • Adhere to procedures relating to the counting, packing, balancing, reconciliation and sorting of cash/coin
  • Maintain a position of trust and responsibility
  • Participate in safety forums created by company f
  • Report all safety incidents to the relevant people
  • Attend safety education and refresher programmes
  • Comply with safety policies and procedures at workplace
  • Wear protective clothing all the time



The Ideal Candidate:

​Qualification and Experience

  • Grade 12 with mathematics or accounting
  • 1 – 3 years relevant teller working experience preferred        Sound understanding of basic financial principles/information



Knowledge and Skills

  • Computer Literacy
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Strict adherence to policies and procedures
  • Customer thinking
  • Ability to work in teams
  • Flexibility in terms of working hours will be required, including weekends
  • Role requires lifting, movement of containers, trolleys with substantial weight
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Security-conscious
  • Attention to detail

We welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates, but SA citizens will have a distinct advantage.



About the Company:

G4S is the world’s leading international security solutions group, which specialises in outsourced business processes in sectors where security and safety risks are considered a strategic threat. G4S is the largest employer quoted on the London Stock Exchange and has a secondary stock exchange listing in Copenhagen. G4S has operations in more than 90 countries and employ more than 540,000 employees, making us one of the world’s largest private employers.


At G4S South Africa, our vision is to be recognised as the leader in providing security solutions. We therefore endeavour to build and maintain a motivated, capable workforce who are proud to work for our region and able to deliver our commercial strategy. We continue to build on the excellent people management practices which are in place across the Group in order to fully engage our workforce.



G4S is an organisation which is defined by its values, which are:

  • We act with Integrity and Respect – Our business activities and relationships are built on trust, honesty and openness. We do what we promise and always strive to do the right thing. We listen. We treat our colleagues, customers and those in our care with the utmost respect.
  • We are passionate about Safety, Security and Service Excellence – We are passionate about working safely and take great care to protect our colleagues and customers from harm. We are experts in security and use that knowledge to protect our customer’s assets. We keep our promises and are passionate about delivering high levels of customer service.
  • We achieve this through Innovation and Teamwork – We invest in technology and best practice to continuously improve the products and services we offer. We challenge ourselves to find new ways of helping our customers achieve their goals. We work together as a team, valuing everyone’s contribution, to ensure we achieve the best results for our customers and our business.

For more information on G4S, please visit: www.g4s.com





Servest – Security Learnerships


Closing Date 2023/10/20
Reference Number SER231013-1
Job Title Security Learnerships
Department Operations
Job Type Learnership
Location – Country South Africa


Job Context





Minimum Requirements









Duties & Responsibilities





Department of Health is hiring Cleaners X3

Department of Health: Cleaner X3



Gauteng Department of Health invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for Cleaner X3 vacant posts.




Directorate: Support Services
SALARY : R125 373 – R145 077 per annum, (excluding benefits)
CENTRE : Tara the H. Moross Centre, Sandton




  • Grade 10-12 or equivalent qualification.
  • One (1) year or more proven cleaning
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work under pressure, be able to use cleaning machines and equipment.
  • Knowledge of government policies.
  • Must be prepared to work shifts, including weekends, public holidays, and night duty. Knowledge of ideal hospital framework.
  • Hospital experience will be an added advantage.



  • Cleaning of facilities office, toilets, passages, and waiting areas.
  • Dust, wash, scrub, and polish floors. Walls, windows, side walls etc.
  • Clean equipment, clean and wash dustbins and remove waste, adhere to health waste management policy.
  • Operate heavy duty cleaning machines.
  • Be able to rotate within the scope of work.



ENQUIRIES : Mr. Sebopa Tel No: (011) 535 3131

Applications must be delivered to: Tara the H. Moross Centre c/o HR Section, 50 Saxon Road Hurlingham, 2196, or be posted to-: Tara the H. Moross Centre Private Bag X7, Randburg, 2125.


Due to technical problems with GPG vacancy website that the institution is consistently facing, applicants are encouraged to apply using hand delivery, postal address.

Applications must consist of a fully completed and signed new (effective from 01/01/2021) Z83 (81/971431) form with a comprehensive CV containing at least three (3) contactable references. Certified copies of qualifications, ID, Statutory Registrations, or other relevant certificates need not be attached when applying for the post.



Only short listed candidates will be required to submit certified documents on or before the interview date following communication from HR. The relevant reference number must be quoted in
the application form. In terms of the National Qualification Framework Amendment Act 2019 it is an offence for any person to falsely or fraudulently claim to hold a qualification.

Any person found to be misrepresenting their qualifications, work experience or facts in their CV will be disqualified and reported to the appropriate authority.



Tara Hospital is committed to the pursuit of diversity, redress and will promote representation in terms of race, disability and gender.

CLOSING DATE : 27 October 2023





Reference Number

  • Reception
  • Typing
  • Record keeping
  • Handling of switchboard
  • Client Services
  • Data input and scanning of documents
  • General office duties
  • Handling of petty cash

  • Grade 12
  • 1-2 years’ relevant office administration experience
  • Computer skills
  • Administration skills
  • Time management skills

Work Level
Market Related
EE Position

Airports Company is hiring a General Assistant

General Assistant –  Trolleys


INT KIA.Airport Operations (Airport Management)(P62001)  (230000KL)




General Assistant Trolley – Patterson Grade A3

An exciting vacancy exists at King Shaka International Airport for a General Assistant Trolley within the Airport Management Division.



Key Performance Output

The successful candidate, reporting to the Senior Supervisor Trolleys, will be responsible for the following:


·        Indicate unserviceable equipment to relevant stakeholders.

·        Day to day deployment of equipment.

·        Safeguarding of assets.

·        Adhere to relevant statutory/legislative regulations, SOP’s, operational standards, policies and practices.

·        Mitigation of risk to limit injuries.

·        Managing the company’s risk exposure through identifying, implementing, and maintaining risk control measures to minimise company’s liability.

·        Compile and submit general operational constraints reports.

·        Report on trolley stock levels.

·        Counting of trolleys as required

·        Liaison and engage with internal stakeholders to ensure effective and efficient operations.

·        Engage and assist customers when required.

·        Planning of resources in terms of demand and supply.

·        Monitor resources to ensure operational needs are met.



Technical Skills and Experience

The following skills and experience or the equivalent of such will be required:

·        National Senior Certificate Grade 12 is Essential

·        Knowledge of skills required to perform a variety of primarily manual tasks.




·        Communication

·        Interpersonal Skills

·        Planning and Organising

·        Knowledge of Airport environment

·        Rule Following




Application and Enquiries

Kindly apply online for this opportunity following the Oracle link below:

Career Portal (sharepoint.com)

By 18 October 2023


Shortlisted candidates will be required to provide proof of their qualifications, NQF level and credits, and must be eligible for Top Security Clearance within 3 months of appointment.

Positions will be filled in line with Airports Company South Africa values and Employment Equity Policy and Plan.

Should you not hear from us within 30 days of your application, consider your application unsuccessful.



Primary Location: King Shaka International

Job: Airport Management-COR (23500P)

Organization: Business Operations-COR (13000P)



Job Posting : Oct 5, 2023, 1:07:50 PM

Closing Date: Oct 18, 2023, 11:59:00 PM





Learnership – PG Glass Trainee

Location: Various

Company: PG Group



PG Glass

PG Glass is the leading supplier of auto glass and building glass replacement services in Southern Africa. Over 110 Fitment Centres are available to replace or repair auto glass, PG Glass Medic® chip repair, windscreen wipers, TempSecure windows and replace glass in homes and buildings. A 24 hour contact centre is available to serve customers and process insurance claims. PG Glass fit only genuine Shatterprufe®, Safevue®, OE glass, Armourplate®, LLumar® and PG SmartGlass® products





To manage the front desk of a Fitment Centre by providing professional operational support and general business consultation to all customers and staff, whilst ensuring compliance to corporate identity, operating standards and business processes and procedures. To ensure that all internal sales are processed and that the correct money is collected.

To ensure that the highest level of PG Glass service centre standards is maintained when fitting of automotive glass is done. These standards include the standards laid down for the Trainee or Temporary Service Technician, Level 1 Service Technician

To provide the highest level of chip repairing to external and internal customers through quality workmanship, on-time deliveries are done and correct orders are filled and delivered. To be polite, friendly and helpful at all times and to ensure that the company vehicle are in a first class roadworthy condition. 




•             Manage and follow up on all counter sales (face-to-face and telephonic) by giving relevant advice to customers in the most professional manner to ensure all sales are closed, budgets and Net Promoter Scores (NPS) targets are achieved, contributing to the growth of business.

•             To handle the processing of claims accurately and quickly by liaising with the customer on the correct excess amount and collect payment to ensure that daily key performance indicators are achieved and to avoid any financial losses to the business.

•             Ensure that the best administrative practices are always adhered to when conducting administration in order to ensure stock control and ordering processes are adhered to and customers have the ultimate low effort experience.

•             Utilise the scheduling system in the Service Centre maximising the productivity of Fitters in order to maintain the targeted jobs per fit per day, ensuring the Fitment Centre is running to full capacity and customers’ expectations are managed.

•             To accurately order stock according to work schedules following the buy-out procedures to ensure that there are no delays in rendering services to customers to maintain the highest standard possible.

•             Adhere and comply with any other reasonable work requests from PG Glass Management.

•             Ensure the highest level of quality customer service to external and internal clients through quality workmanship, on time deliveries are done and correct orders are completed and delivered.

•             Ensure that you are always polite, friendly and helpful to customers and staff.

•             Develop the habit of excellence to ensure the delivery of superior customer service.

•             Always wear clean presentable current corporate wear.



Critical job requirements


•             Grade 12

•             TVET Qualification (Advantageous)         




•             Computer Literacy          

•             Excellent Telephonic Skills

•             Excellent Interpersonal Skills     

•             Excellent Customer Service




•             Microsoft Office (especially Outlook and Excel)

•             Identify and solve problems

•             Interpersonal communication skills – handling and interacting with customers, staff, colleagues, franchisees and suppliers

•             Analyse and institute improved methods in providing an efficient service to customers

•             Telephonic skills              


PG Group, and its subsidiaries, are committed to the principles of employment equity and as such are equal opportunity employers.  Qualified applicants who apply for any vacancies will be considered with due consideration based on of fairness and equity. Factors such as race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin or disability are not consider exclusively and are not determinative of any appointments made by PG Group or its subsidiaries.









STIPEND: R3999.00





  • Applicants should have a minimum of Grade 12 certificate
  • Be computer literate, multi lingual, able to work in a team, able to go an extra mile, able to work under pressure, good organizational skills, good time management skills, good conflict management skills.
  • Be between the ages 18-35 years
  • P.S, those who previously participated in this programme are not eligible to apply.




  • Assist an educator with a visual disability
  • Assist with the development of material for teaching and learning whilst being supervised
  • Assist with marking of learners books under supervision
  • Assist with the recording of assessments and other classroom administrative duties
  • Monitor and record the attendance of learners


Enquiries: School Principal

Contact number: 068 559 9313

CLOSING DATE: 19 October 2023



Applications should be submitted  on the new Z83 form, obtainable from any public service department or from the website, which must be completed in full. A detailed CV, certified copy of your identity document, and Matric qualification must be attached. The specific reference number of the post must be quoted, failure to comply with these instructions will disqualify applications from being processed.


Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be accepted. Please record your name in the register provided at the institution on submission of the application.

Please Note: if you have not received any feedback within two weeks, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. YOU WILL BE VETTED FOR WORKING WITH LEARNERS.

Applications should only be HAND DELIVERED AT GIDEON RAMBUWANI COMBINED SCHOOL between 08:00 and 14:30 daily.




Role profile
Role title Receptionist
Division Netcare Primary Care Division
Location: Various


Role summary
You will be required to be a brand ambassador by provide the best and safest person centre health and care, quality customer service, whilst living our values of care, truth, participation, compassion and dignity. The incumbent will be required to provide quality customer service aligned with the overall business strategy and fulfil administrative, switchboard, billing and pay-point functions.


Key work output and accountabilities
• Ensure accuracy (quality and integrity) of information, whether existing or new, on the patient file and billing system.
• Ensure that the reception area is always neat and tidy.
• Accountable for accurate document completion (admission & discharge).
• Deal with all customer complaints, and if not resolved, escalate to the relevant manager.
• Accountable for all banking/cash up processes as per Standard Operating Procedures.
• Pay point duties as required i.e. receipt of Cash/Credit card/ Debit card and allocation to patient account.
• Deal with telephonic enquiries and queries.
• Accurately record messages in the appropriate message book and ensure that the messages are delivered.


• Ensure accurate bookings are made with patient’s preference of practitioner, date and time.
• Manage patient arrivals in a proficient and professional manner.
• Assist patient in completing the appropriate documentation to ensure compliance to admission process as per Standard Operating Procedure.
• Verify and confirm the file for accuracy and completeness and update.
• Print an MCR and ensure the correct practitioner has been selected.
• Inform the patient of any outstanding balances or levies.
• Validate the patient details on the applicable switch application and inform the patient if verification was not successful.
• Direct all patients to the appropriate location, services and professional.
• Monitor patient waiting times and keep patient informed.
• Ensure that the patient is correctly billed after the visit.
• Ensure that accounts are switched for all Medical Aid patients and that all outstanding monies are collected at the time of visit.

Closing date: 18.10.2023


Skills profile
• Grade 12 or equivalent NQF 4 certificate.
• Higher certificate in Business Management or related.


Work experience
• Previous experience in hospital/clinic environment would be desirable.
• Knowledge of Medical Schemes advantageous.
• Computer literacy.
• SAP experience.
• ME + experience.


• Thorough knowledge of general / primary care nursing theory and practice.
• Extensive knowledge of modern nursing care principles and practices in the highly specialised field of the intensive care nursing.


Non Managerial/ Specialist Skills
Customer Focus and Service
The capacity to identify and respond to the needs of *internal and external customers.
*Internal and external customers include patients, doctors, colleagues,
suppliers, visitors, vendors and any other person that requires a relationship
Continuous Improvement The capacity to improve systems and processes to facilitate continuous
Personal Work Ethic Capacity to instil an ethic of quality and consistency in self and others.
Building Relationships Capacity to establish constructive and effective relationships.
Communication The capacity to clearly present information, either written or verbal.
Teamwork Capacity to cooperate with others to work towards a common goal.
Technical Knowledge The capacity to perform a technical function to required standards.


Values and behaviours
Netcare values At Netcare, our core value is care. We care about the dignity of our
patients and all members of the Netcare family. We care about the
participation of our people and our partners in everything we do. We care
• Setting up appointments for patients with specialists as requested by practitioners.
• Manage requests for repeat scripts accurately and timeously.
about truth in all our actions. We are passionate about quality care and
professional excellence.
• Care – The basis of our business. The professional, ethical patient care
and services we offer at every level of the organization.
• Truth – The crucial element in building relationships that work.
Open communication with honesty and integrity is essential.
• Dignity – An acknowledgement of the uniqueness of individuals.


A commitment to care with the qualities of respect and understanding.
• Compassion – We engage everyone with compassion and respond with
acts of compassion in all interactions with our patients and their
• Participation – The willingness and desire to work in productive and
creative partnerships with others and the commitment to


The Netcare way Netcare is committed to providing quality care. Our basic service standard
holds us accountable for the below seven behaviours, which you will be
accountable to uphold:
• I always greet everyone to show my respect.
• I always wear my name badge to show my identity.
• I am always well-groomed to show my dignity.
• I always practise proper hand hygiene to show my care.
• I always engage to show my compassion.
• I always say thank you to show my appreciation.
• I always embrace diversity to show I am not a racist.



Application process
Netcare is an equal opportunity employer
The Company’s approved Employment Equity plan and targets will be considered as part of the recruitment process aligned to the Group’s Employment Equity strategy. Netcare actively supports the recruitment of people with disabilities.



Interested candidates who meet the above criteria are requested to e-mail a detailed CV to


Please note:
• Please note that reference checks for internal applicants will be conducted with the applicant’s current and past Netcare direct line managers and the relevant Netcare HR Managers. Therefore, employees are encouraged to discuss internal job applications with their direct line manager to ensure that the line manager is aware of the application.
• The terms and conditions of employment relating to the function you have applied for will be based on those in the Division within which you will be employed.
• If a candidate has any disability that may impair the individual’s ability to perform the job function, the
candidate must kindly inform the employer so that an assessment for reasonable accommodation can be made.
• By applying for this position and providing us with your CV and other personal information, you are
consenting to the information being processed for possible recruitment and selection purposes only or for such purposes relating to assessing the establishment of an employment relationship with yourself, and this will be done in accordance with the applicable data protection and privacy legislation. We confirm that such information will not be used for any other purpose without obtaining your prior consent.
• If your application is not successful, we will retain your CV and other information provided on our electronic system for 12 months. If you object to your information being used in accordance with the aforementioned clauses, please indicate your objection, and we will immediately securely destroy your personal information.


• Kindly note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Applicants who have not been contacted within 30 days of the closing date of this advert, should consider their application as unsuccessful.



  • Medicross Kimbirch
  • Randburg Medicross X2 posts
  • Medicross Saxby
  • Medicross Silverton x2 posts
  • Hayfileds Medicross
  • Tableview Medicross

University of Cape Town is hiring an Admin Assistant


Hasso Plattner School of Design Thinking at UCT (d-school)
Centre for Higher Education and Development (CHED)

The Hasso Plattner School of Design Thinking at UCT (d-school), is an education, training and research school that offersprogrammes in design led thinking to undergraduate and post graduate students who are registered at UCT. The school also offers executive professional programmes to the private and public sectors as well as community-based development practitioners. The d-school‘s overall objective is to promote, train and capacitate individuals and organisations in the practice of design thinking as an enabler of innovation and new outcomes that can meet the needs of users in complex socio-political
and economic contexts.

The main purpose of the Administrative Assistant position is to provide efficient, accurate and cost-effective finance, procurement and purchasing services for d-school. This position is a first point of contact for visitors, staff, and students as they will provide front desk service, including general administrative duties to the Director, Head of Programmes, Head of Academics and Head of Shared Services.

A minimum NQF level 4 qualification, e.g., Matric

A minimum of 3 years relevant work experience with-developed financial skills

Experience in SAP R3, Finance module

Must have strong administration and organisational skills, attention to detail, follow-up skills and the ability to prioritise tasks in a constantly changing and pressured environment.

Excellent communication skills and a good command of spoken and written English.

Must be professional and have strong interpersonal and customer service skills.

Must have good time management and problem-solving skills.

Proficiency in Excel and Word is required at a basic level.

The incumbent must have the ability to work well in a team.

Possess a high level of honesty and integrity in handling cash and finances.

The incumbent will be required to work on-site.

The following would be advantageous:

Higher certificate or advanced national certificate in the relevant field.


Support d-school in financial and general administration duties, including Purchasing in line with UCT policies, procedures, and authorisation.

Processing and clearing of P-Card Transactions at d-school.

Front office duties by maintaining the reception area and providing client service as needed.

General office duties which include administrative support to d-school Management, travel arrangements and general ad hoc duties as required.

Building and office space support by managing booking calendar and meeting rooms.

The annual cost of employment, including benefits (where applicable) is between R358 146 and R421 349

To apply, please e-mail the below documents in a single pdf file to Ms. Vathiswa

Njongwe at

UCT Application Form (download at http://forms.uct.ac.za/hr201.doc)
Cover letter, and

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Please ensure the title and reference number are indicated in the subject line.

An application which does not comply with the above requirements will be regarded as
incomplete. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and may be required to undergo an

Telephone: 021 650 3897 Website: www.dschool.org.za
Reference number: E231006
Closing date: 13 October 2023
UCT is a designated employer and is committed to the pursuit of excellence, diversity and redress in achieving its equity targets in accordance with the Employment Equity Plan of the University and its Employment Equity goals and targets. Preference will be given to candidates from the under-represented designated groups.

Our Employment Equity Policy is available at www.hr.uct.ac.za/hr/policies/employ_equity
UCT reserves the right not to appoint.





Ver-Tex Solutions OFFERS a YES YOUTH Program with workplace experience for unemployed_

Ver-Tex Solutions (Pty) Ltd Is based In Pretoria and Cope Town and managed by on experienced team of debt collectors with over 15 years of debt recovery experience,making us one of south Africa’s leading debt collection companies, specializing in high volume unsecured debts.



The Global Business Services Financial Skills Accelerator is a structured, integrated 12 month learning journey designed to prepare a qualifying applicant for learning and employment  opportunities.



We are looking tor talented youth (aged between 18 & 28 and unemployed) for employment opportunities.

This 12 month YES YOUTH Program offers:

– A basic CTC of R4407 per month.



Opportunity requirements – applicants must demonstrate:

  • A positive,aspirational attitude,learning ability and a growth minds
  • A strong work ethic,a drive to achieve success and be o team player
  • A strong attention to detail and critical thinking
  • Good communication skills
  • Digital savvy and interest
  • Grade 12 or equivalent will be considered


If this is for you, please send your formal application to alicha@ver-tex.co.za

Please include:

– Completed CV

– Certified ID Copy

– Certified copy of metric certificate


Careers that matter

Checkers Supermarket Logo / Retail / Logonoid.com

Shoprite-Logo-Hi-Res-scaled-1 | Take 5 & Madu Mageu

The Shoprite Group takes pride in being the largest private sector employer in South Africa and a leading employer in Africa. Our over 153 000 employees are undoubtedly the heroes in our success story, and investing in our people forms part of the Group’s purpose and values.

We focus on attracting, developing and retaining a loyal and committed workforce, dedicated to the Group’s culture, innovative ways of thinking and organisational objectives.

Together we uplift our nation.


To apply you need the following:

  • A minimum of Grade 12
  • A South African ID
  • The willingness and ability to work shifts including Sundays and public holidays
Our Purpose

Our purpose is to uplift lives every day by pioneering access to the most affordable goods and services, creating economic opportunity and protecting our planet.

Our Values

Our values guide our behaviour to fulfill our purpose, and they define how we do business.



Work at our stores

A wide range of store-environment positions are also available in our operations, including food, furniture, financial and cellular retailing. If you’d like to work in an environment where you’ll be valued, send a WhatsApp message to 0872405709 and select Job Opportunities, or click below.

Being part of the Shoprite team

With over 153 000 employees across the African continent, Shoprite is an employer of choice.

We take pride in being an innovation-driven company with a strong hire-to-retire model and work hard to attract, retain and reward a talented and diverse workforce that take pride in their jobs. The Group is also committed to respecting and protecting human rights in its operations and business dealings.

With a core focus on upliftment, we invest in and provide continuous training and upskilling opportunities by embracing lifelong learning through e-learning programmes and other means to enable our people to reach their full potential.







The Johannesburg Social Housing Company SOC Limited (JOSHCO) mandate is to develop and
manage affordable rental housing for the lower market as an integral part of efforts to eradicate the
housing backlog of the City of Johannesburg. JOSHCO is a registered Social Housing Institution and
is accredited by the Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA).


We invite suitably qualified and experienced persons to apply for the following vacant position.
Position : Call Center Agent x2
Employment Status : Permanent
Department : Corporate Services


Purpose of the Job: To interact with the customers and provide them with information to address
inquiries regarding projects or products and services.


Responsibilities (but not limited to the following):
• Phones are answered promptly in a professional and polite manner.
• Communication is clear accurate and resolved as quickly and efficiently as possible.
• Departing tenants are properly managed, deposits repaid, and the matter is closed on the
CRM system.
• Customer queries/ complaint data is properly recorded and maintained on the Customer
Relationship Management System.
• Compliance is maintained with all JOSHCO systems (performance management, HR,
Finance, Stakeholder information, Property management, Communications, reporting etc.)



• Answer all calls according to JOSHCO standards.
• Collect customer information and analyze customer needs make recommendations and refer
to relevant department.
• Prepare monthly reports by collecting and analyzing all matters.
• Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as stipulated in Service Level
Agreements as and when needed.
• Attract potential customers by answering product and service questions and suggesting
information about other products and services available.
• Maintains customer records by updating the register on the CRM module.
• Conduct Credit checks for potential tenants. Resolve product or customer problems by:
o clarifying the customer’s complaint.
o determining the cause of the problem.
o selecting and explaining the best solution to solve the problem.
o expediting correction or adjustment.
o record every interaction with customers and potential customers in the CRM
module on Property Management System


Executive Directors: Mr. Bongani Radebe (Acting CEO & ED), Ms. Nontobeko Ndimande (CFO & ED), Mr. Themba Mathibe (COO),
Ms. Sesupo Bridgette Mbonambi (Chairperson & NED), Ms. Madonna Rangaka (Acting Company Secretary), Mr. Ingle Jnr Singh (NED),
Mr. Henry Jerry Markus (NED), Mr. Tabane Manene (NED), Mr. Andre Smith (NED), Mr. Simon Clarke (NED),
Ms. Jacelyn Scott (NED), Ms. Yolandi Erasmus (NED), Mr. Jacques Watson (NED), Mr. Simon Masemola (NED),
Mr. Terry Tselane (NED), Ms. Simphiwe Mnisi (NED) Mr. Shane Makhate Nqakalatsane
Registration Number: 2003/008063/30


Minimum job Requirements, interested applicants must be in possession of:
• Grade 12 or equivalent qualification at NQF Level 4 with a minimum of 120 credits
• A Certificate in Call Centre/Reception or Office Administration will be an added advantage.
• 2 or more years’ experience in a Call Centre environment
• Experience in MDA property management system is highly advantageous.
• Ability to communicate in English (both written and verbal). Fluent in at least 2 African
• Experience in social housing environment would be advantageous.


Application Procedure:
Please take note that only online applications will be considered. Please apply by using
the following link below, by either copying the link onto browser or click on the link:


JOSHCO is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, and all appointments will be
made in accordance with the Company’s Employment Equity Plan to promote its representativity
(race, gender, and disability). Correspondence will only be limited to shortlisted candidates and
applicants who have not been contacted within 6 weeks should consider their applications
unsuccessful. JOSHCO reserves the right not to make an appointment.

The Closing Date: 17 October 2023



Purpose of the Job

is responsible for providing administrative day-to-day support to the respective departments


Desired Experience & Qualification

•    Relevant 1 years’ experience in Administration or a similar environment

•    Matric or Grade 12 certificate.

Package & Remuneration

R244,732.00 per annum and will be negotiable


Duties & Responsibilities

Compliance administration
•    Maintain up-to-date written documentation related to the departments business activities.
•    Ensure compliance to the policies and process standards.
•    Keep abreast of internal standards and business goals to ensure adherence to sound internal control.



Office coordination
•    Aid in the maintenance of correspondence, filling, telephonic queries and provide general administration support to the office.
•    Maintain strictly confidentiality in all matters relating to the office.
•    Assist in making follow-ups on outstanding matters.
•    Ensure all requests are handled and responded to within set timelines.
•    Engage and follow up with Processing Centres on outstanding matters.
•    Assist in ensuring the availability of stationery within the department.
•    Validate and verify information and documents submitted for accurate capturing and further handling.
•    Ensure the systems/registers used are kept up to date.
•    Check for duplicate documents on different systems.
•    Allocation of matters to responsible team members.
•    Allocate reference numbers and accurately capture related documents on different systems.
•    Draft and send out letters to all stakeholders as required.




Meeting support
•    Aid in arranging meetings on behalf of the department.
•    Assist with taking and distributing minutes in accordance to set governance standards.
•    Create and maintain a register to track matters outstanding.
•    Support in the maintenance of follow up plan on meeting resolutions and matters outstanding.
•    Ensure confirmation of meetings and management of team diaries.
•    Schedule appointments with internal and external stakeholders as and when required.

Document and Records Management
•    Administer the records management and filling processes in line with the RAF filling plan.
•    Ensure that the filing system is always up-to-date and functional.
•    Aid in the retrieval of information at all times as requested in the office.
•    Ensure confidentiality of all documents under control and that documentation reaches the intended recipients.
•    Acknowledge the receipt of documentation, apply a file number allocation, record data onto the computer system and file appropriately.



•    Planning, Organisation and coordinating.
•    Personal mastery.
•    Emotional wisdom and decision making.
•    Ethics and values.
•    Client service orientation.

•    Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
•    Excellent planning and organizational skills.
•    Good administrative skills.
•    Ability to access required information.
•    Writing skills.
•    Basic understanding of SCM processes.
•    Basic financial acumen.


Additional Information

The Road Accident Fund subscribes to the principles of employment equity and        preference will be given to People with Disabilities.

•    Applicants who have not received any correspondence from us within six weeks from the closing date can consider themselves unsuccessful

•    Security vetting shall be conducted on all prospective employees

•    It is the applicants’ responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA)and to provide proof of such evaluation.







Reference No: 859765
An opportunity has presented itself to appoint a suitably qualified candidate into the position of Admin Clerk / Receptionist. This is a Permanent position.

Administers the receiving, capturing and distribution of all samples to ensure correct information is obtained and recorded and to facilitate the speedy processing of samples in terms of service objectives.


Grade 12 or relevant NQF level 4 qualification
Bsc Degree Advantageous

0-1 Yrs Relevant Working Experience


Computer literate
Laboratory information systems
Organisational policy procedures


• Administers sorting and distribution of samples according to set standard operating procedures to ensure the correct and prioritised channelling of specimens to various laboratories/ sites.

• Processes sample registration (“logging”) and queries according to set standard operating procedures.

• Ensures dispatching of specimens for processing in accordance with prescribed standard operating procedures and monitors progress and filing of reports, including handling queries and report delivery, in line with prescribed turnaround time.

• Performs hospital rounds to distribute reports and collect submitted samples for processing in accordance with relevant standard operating procedures.

• Handles and refers administrative queries and customer complaints to ensure timely resolution of queries and responses to complaints.

• Responsible to track progress of sample delivery by couriers to ensure that specimens are received by the designated laboratory, processed and results returned timeously and in compliance with set standard operating procedures.

• Investigates bottleneck in pre-analytical laboratory processes and ensure timely resolution of challenges.

• Ensures basic housekeeping in own working area, including suitable cleaning and preparation of equipment according to set standard operating procedures.

• Monitors stock levels and orders additional stock to ensure the availability of required materials at all times and ensure delivery of stock to the doctor’s rooms.

• Represents the organisation by applying the principles of customer care in the medical pathology field and interacts professionally and ethically with medical professionals and staff.

• Management of the reception area and give out relevant information and direct clients to relevant departments while offering excellent customer service

• Receives cash from patients and ensures banking of monies in accordance with relevant standard operating procedures.

• Reports incidents, logs customer complaints and problem solution, reads documents and actions tasks on the laboratory information management system in compliance with relevant organisational policy.

• Prepares and scans patient forms onto laboratory scanning system (Oculus) and resolves the scanning incomplete according to set standard operating procedures.

• Responsible for adhering to Lancet uniform protocols as set standard operating procedures.



Ability to cope with nervous / distressed patients
Ability to work in a pressured environment
Ability to work as part of a team
Adherence to company dress code
Administrative skills
Attention To Detail
Confidentiality / Sensitivity
Customer Orientation
Interpersonal skills
Telephone etiquette
Business numeracy

Compensation is commensurate with qualification and experience level.


Lancet Labs is committed to providing a safe working environment for employees, patients, clients, visitors and members of the public with whom we interact regularly. We believe that vaccination is a vital tool to reduce the presence and spread of COVID-19 cases in the workplace and is the key element in a multi layered approach to protect staff. All applicants will need to provide a valid certificate of full vaccination status and agrees to booster vaccinations, as the country’s vaccination policy changes, with the possibility of additional booster shots if required. Lancet Laboratories reserves the right to apply its vaccination policy when screening applications.


– Closing date: 10/9/2023 12:00:00 AM






Reference Number ETH231004-1
Job Number DRIVERSLIC2023
Department Mayoral Affairs
Branch Youth Development Office
Reporting To Youth Desk Advisor



eThekwini Municipality invites applications from unemployed youth between the ages of 18-35 with NO learners and driver’s licenses to participate in a skills programme.


Eligibility Requirements Applicants interested must

Have Matric or equivalent NQF level 4
Be under the age of 35, Not in Employment, Training, and Education,
Be South African citizens
Provide proof of parent’s affordability (pension, no income)


Applicants that already benefited from municipality programmes will not be considered.
Applicants will be required to undergo a screening process.
Successful applicants will be required to sign a contract with the Municipality.


Applications/CV should include the following information/documents

South African Identity Document
Proof of Residence (must be attached)
Proof of unemployment (from the Department of Labour)
Proof of parent’s affordability (pension, no income)

Benefits N/A


Contact Name Nokuthula Hlophe /Khusela Majikijela
Contact Telephone 031 322 9836/ 031 322 9838

Closing Date 2023/10/20


Apply for x36 Seasonal Lifeguard Vacancies

X36 Seasonal Lifeguard Vacancies


Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to apply for X36 Seasonal Lifeguard Vacancies at their Municipality.


X36 Seasonal Lifeguard Vacancies At Buffalo City Municipality





  • Grade 8 – 10
  • First Aid certificate
  • Lifesaver’s award (Bronze) certificate
  • Must be physically fit
  • One (1) years’ lifesaving experience
  • Surf Proficiency Award certificate
  • Valid retest certificate




  • Rescues drowning persons
  • Patrols City beaches by checking local conditions of beaches
  • Renders first aid to the injured by dealing with necessary injuries
  • Operates rescue equipment including inflatable boat
  • Monitors and enforces compliance with pools and public safety by-laws
  • Assists with setting up for Gala events
  • Ensures temperature readings of pool is taken
  • May be required to also work at other workstations in the coastal and inland region at his/her own cost



How to apply

Candidates who are suitably qualified as per the minimum requirements for the post set out in the advertisement are to submit a copy of their curriculum vitae together with a covering letter, along with the relevant required documentation for a specific post. (i.e. certified copies of certificates not copies of certified copies, diplomas, degrees, Identity Document and drivers’ licenses, where applicable).


Non-submission of the required supporting documentation may disqualify a candidate. Candidates are advised that the obligation rests upon them to demonstrate that they meet the minimum requirements specified for the post. Any candidate who does not meet the minimum requirements will be automatically disqualified.


Applications can be hand delivered to:

the Human Resources Department, Buxton House, Buxton Street or posted to the Directorate of Corporates Services, P O Box 134, EAST LONDON, 5200.


Closing date: 09 October 2023


Office of the Chief Justice is hiring: Administration Clerk

Office of the Chief Justice: Administration Clerk


Office of the Chief Justice invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for the Administration Clerk vacant post.


REF NO: 2023/344/OCJ
SALARY : R202 233 – R235 611 per annum.
The successful candidate will be required to
sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE: Mpumalanga Division of The High Court: Mbombela




  • Matric certificate.
  • A minimum of (1) year relevant experience will be an added advantage.

Skills and Competencies:

  • Job knowledge.
  • Good communication skills (verbal and written).
  • Interpersonal relations skills.
  • Flexibility.
  • Teamwork.
  • Planning and organisation skills.
  • Computer literacy (MS Office).




  • Render general clerical support services within the component.
  • Record, organise, store capture and retrieve correspondence and data.
  • Update registers and statistics, handle routine enquiries, make photocopies and receive/send mails.
  • Distribute documents/packages to various stakeholders as required.
  • Attend to all stakeholders’ enquiries and correspondences.
  • Ensure proper filing and safekeeping of all court records.
  • Type letters and other correspondence.
  • Perform variety of routine duties that are related to the activities of the Department.


ENQUIRIES : Technical Related Enquiries/HR Related Enquiries: Mr. MV Maeko/Mr. M Jele
Tel No: (013) 758 0000


Mpumalanga Division of the High Court Middleburg/Mbombela: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Provincial Head: Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X 20051, Mbombela 1211. Applications
can also be hand delivered to, Mpumalanga Division of the High Court, Office of the Chief Justice Provincial Service Centre, 311 Samora Machel Drive, Mbombela, 1200.

CLOSING DATE : 20 October 2023


OLD KHAKI IS HIRING- Festive Season Sales Assistants x21 positions

OLD KHAKI – Festive Season Sales Assistants x21 positions


Job Details

Job Description



Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Exceed customer expectations by practicing customer selling techniques.
  • Adhere to stock loss controls in store.
  • Ensure individual targets are met consistently.
  • Ability to maximise and drive sales by identifying opportunities to increase
  • Maintain housekeeping, uphold our visual merchandising standards to optimise sales.
  • Create an inspiring work environment and have fun.




Behavioural Requirements: 


  • Honesty in dealing with cash and finances.
  • Building & maintaining relationships
  • Innovation & change management
  • Thinking adaptability
  • Taking ownership



Minimum Requirement.


  • Desirable: 6 months of retail experience
  • Desirable: Matric or Equivalent
  • Clear Criminal record
  • Proficiency in English
  • Ability to communicate effectively.
  • Customer service focus
  • Friendly, helpful, confident, and engaging personality

Apply for Funza Lushaka Bursary For 2023/2024

Apply for Funza Lushaka Bursary For 2023/2024


The following must be read before making an application for a Funza Lushaka bursary for 2024.

1. Should you have a criminal record, charged of misconduct or dismissed from work, kindly note that you are not eligible to apply for this bursary.
2. Allocation of Funza Lushaka bursaries to Higher Education Institution employees, their spouse and their dependents/children is not permissible.
3. Non-disclosure of the information required as stated in 2 above will be treated as fraud.
4. Applicants should be 30 years and below to qualify for the Funza Lushaka Bursary.
5. This online application is a MUST. No hard copies are accepted by the programme.
6. Please note that those who already have other teaching qualifications do not qualify for this programme.


Programmes to be funded

7. Two types of qualifications can be funded as shown below. The qualification must include subjects which will allow the student to specialize as a teacher in at least two priority subject areas (see next section below).

Undergraduate studies

✓ 4-year Bachelor of Education degree (BEd), specializing in one of the following Foundation Phase (Grade R – 3), Intermediate Phase (Grade 4 – 6) and Senior and Further Education and Training Teaching (Grade 7-12).


Graduate studies

✓ One-year Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) for graduates whose degrees reflect two priority subjects where one module/course was successfully completed or studied at third year level while the second priority subject was successfully completed or studied at second year level.

N.B. Only the PGCE for Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching (SPFET) (Grade 7-12) will be funded through the Funza Lushaka Bursary Scheme.


Selection criteria

8. Selection criteria include the following:
8.1. The bursary is only awarded to South African citizens with a valid South African ID number.
8.2. The applicant should demonstrate good academic ability.
8.3. Applicants should be 30 years and below to qualify for the Funza Lushaka Bursary
8.4. Allocation of Funza Lushaka bursaries to Higher Education Institution employees, their
spouse and their dependents/children is not permissible.
8.5. The Funza Lushaka bursary does not fund extended programmes.
8.6. The applicant must be accepted into an approved B.Ed. degree or PGCE programme to specialise in two or more of the priority subject areas.
8.7. The applicant should demonstrate good academic ability.
8.8. The applicant must show commitment to a teaching career, which includes: interest in working with young people; enthusiasm for a professional career in teaching; readiness to face and surmount difficult challenges with integrity.
8.9. The applicant must be committed to teach in any school to which a student may be placed by a Provincial Education Department (PED).


9. Students must meet the minimum academic criteria for award of the bursary. In 2024, the minimum academic criteria are:
9.1. For 1st time entrants to university:
9.1.1. An exemption, endorsement, or ‘admission to bachelor degree studies’ pass at matric/Grade 12 level.
9.1.2. At least a level 4 pass at matric level in the two subjects which the applicant will specialise to teach.
9.1.3. For students who wish to specialise in the Foundation Phase, a Level 2 pass in Mathematics or Level 4 pass in Mathematical Literacy at Grade 12 level is required. In addition, at least a level 4 pass in the Home Language is required.
9.1.4 For students who wish to specialise in the Intermediate Phase, a Level 2 pass in Mathematics or Level 4 pass in Mathematical Literacy at Grade 12 level is required. In addition, at least a level 4 pass in the Home Language is required.
9.1.4. Students who wish to specialize in the teaching of Technology subjects, including CAT, and who do not have these subjects at matric level, must have at least a level 4 pass in Mathematics or Technical Mathematics.
9.1.5. If the institution’s admission requirements are higher than the bursary requirement and vice versa then the higher requirement will apply.


9.2. For new applicants already at university

The student must have:
9.2.1 The student must have passed all of the modules studied in the year prior to the bursary application at the Higher Education Institution.
9.2.2 At least a 55% average across all the modules studied in the applicant’s last year of study at a Higher Education Institution.
9.2.3 The student must have at least 66.5% average in modules studied in the applicant’s last year of study at university which relate directly to the priority subject area of teaching specialisation.
9.2.4 These are minimum criteria. The Funza Lushaka bursary is a prestigious bursary that must be awarded firstly on the basis of academic ability. The criteria applied at particular institutions may be higher than those suggested here, but cannot be lower.


9.3 For new applicants enrolling for PGCE

3 9.3.1 The student must have successfully completed a recognized qualification that qualifies him/her to be admitted for a PGCE.
9.3.2 Only the PGCE for Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching (SPFET) (Grade 7-12) will be funded through the Funza Lushaka Bursary Scheme.
9.3.3 To be considered for the PGCE in Senior Phase and Further Education and Training teaching the student must have two priority subjects where one module/course was successfully completed or studied at third year level while the second priority subject was successfully completed or studied at second year level.
9.3.4 The student must have sufficient modules in the identified priority subjects to qualify to teach it as a subject at school.

Applicants must note that these are minimum criteria. Meeting these criteria does not mean automatic acceptance for the bursary. There are a limited number of bursaries available, and the best students will be selected for the bursary.

10. The bursary is awarded for one academic year at a time. It is not automatically reawarded. A re-award will depend on academic performance of the previous year’s results.
11. There is no automatic promise of financial support for a fifth (5th) year of study i.e. beyond the 4th year of study. On evidence of good academic performance, and pending the availability of funds, the bursary may be re-awarded.
12. Recipients of bursaries will be required to teach one year for every year for which they have received the bursary.


13. What the bursary covers: Funza Lushaka bursaries cover most of the recipient’s essential expenses. Expenses covered include tuition fees, accommodation including meals, books and learning materials, teaching practice and if possible a small allowance for monthly living expenses. The allocation to any individual student is capped at a specific value. Where the university charges more than the capped value the bursars will have to top up from their own funds. Universities have different cost structures, so the total value of a bursary differs from institution to institution.



14. Recipients of these bursaries will be required to teach at a public school for the same number of years that they received the bursary. No repayment of the bursary is therefore required.
15. Instances where the bursary conditions are not adhered to may require repayment of the bursary. The amount that is repayable is the full amount of the bursary received under the programme, less one year’s funding for every year spent teaching at a public school. Interest will be charged at the rate determined by NSFAS.
16. If you are awarded or re-awarded the bursary, you will be expected to have an e-mail address and a contactable cell phone number which will not be changed for the duration of the studies for communication purposes with the funder and DBE officials. These conditions are all contained in the bursary contract which all applicants must sign. When applicants sign the bursary contract, they are legally agreeing to the conditions described in the contract. The applicants must keep a copy of the signed contract .


Processes for applying for the bursary 4




1. Open the e-Gov portal at www.eservices.gov.za.
2. Register by providing personal information.
3. Login to the system using user name and password created when registering.
4. On the e-Services Menu select Funza Lushaka Bursary Scheme.
5. Enter the OTP received on the preferred channel.
6. Accept the Terms and Conditions.
7. On the dashboard menu click on the 2023 application button.
8. Follow the steps to complete the required field with your information.
9. Accept the declaration to confirm the information captured.







Learn about the development of 2D and 3D interactive games in this hands-on course, as you explore the design of games such as Super Mario Bros., Pokémon, Angry Birds, and more.

12 weeks long

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This free online course from Harvard Kennedy School introduces approaches to analytical decision-making for policy design.

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Professor Arthur Brooks discusses cutting-edge concepts that tie tactics of the most effective nonprofit leaders back to the basics of human connection in this free webinar.

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We endeavour to respond to the changing education demands of both public and private sectors in dynamic economies through the provision of innovative education.

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UJ introduces two 100% free fully online course (MOOCS) to the public: Introduction to ‘Artificial Intelligence in the 4IR’ and ‘African Insights’

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In 2019, the University of Johannesburg’s (UJ) introduced a fully online MOOC (massive open online course) called Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), to all students .

Over the past few years, UJ has intensified its outreach with full-time and fully online short learning programmes to help upskill and reskill people for current and future jobs. This is in line with UJ’s global excellence and stature (GES) 4.0 strategic objective underpinned by the Forth Industrial Revolution (4IR).


This course, which has been developed by the Division of Academic Development and Support (ADS), is part of the initiatives driven by UJ Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Tshilidzi Marwala, who is a significant change agent in South Africa with regard to the 4IR.



He says the course offers an AI module for all its students, which it introduced three years ago. “The module covers what AI is, what it can do, how it’s used and some of its implications, ethically and productively. The course won’t teach you how to code but it will show you how you can expect AI to impact your life”, states Professor Marwala.


“Our vision is to position UJ in 4IR, within the context of the changes in the social, economic, and political context of the African continent,” says Prof Marwala, who is also an acclaimed academic and scientist who has authored several books, including the bestselling, Closing the Gap: The Fourth Industrial Revolution in Africa in 2020.

He adds that the module is part of UJ’s strategy to prepare students, staff, and the community, in numerous ways, for the 4IR, ensuring that UJ becomes Africa’s epicentre of critical intellectual inquiry and a leader in 4IR. “There can never be the African renaissance unless we are active agents of 4IR. The important ingredient that will ensure that we are participants and not spectators of 4IR is education; education that is correlated to the demands of the fourth industrial age and that is grounded in the Pan African agenda,” says Prof Marwala.



He emphasises that the 4IR offers huge opportunity to transform and realign our education, economics, politics, and societies as it integrates the physical with the biological and the digital, which might bring about human irrelevance. 4IR is a catalyst which will transform society and its inclusion in the curricula is therefore required.

“Be adaptable, because 4IR is really about adaptability”, concludes Marwala.

In addition to the introductory MOOC on Artificial Intelligence in the 4IR, UJ offers another second free, fully online MOOC for students, called African Insights. This course introduces students to intellectual traditions and debates in Africa. Both programmes are exciting and relevant, and students are encouraged to complete both programmes during the duration of the formal programme for which they are registered.


Members of the public now have the opportunity to enrol, for free, in either or both of these fully online MOOCs offered by the University of Johannesburg. There are no entry requirements or classes to attend, and all assessments are in the form of multiple choice questions (MCQs). There are eight (8) units to complete in both MOOCs, and a digital certificate will be issued on successful completion which may be viewed and shared with third parties or possible employers through the UJ Digital Certificate platform.




Click here to enroll now

For academic enquiries and more information, contact:

Artificial Intelligence in the 4IR: ai2support@uj.ac.za or ai4ir@uj.ac.za

African Insights: africaninsights@uj.ac.za




Apply: Learnership: Metro Police, Traffic and Law Enforcement

Learnership: Metro Police, Traffic and Law Enforcement








Learnership: Metro Police, Traffic and Law Enforcement
Ref no: SS 72/23


The City is embarking on a drive to train 1000 recruits on a 18 month fulltime Learnership
Program in Road Traffic Law Enforcement and Metro Police. This forms part of the City of
Cape Town’s commitment in addressing the high levels of unemployment in our youth, as
well as providing the necessary opportunities for skills enhancement.
This skills development initiative is to provide training in Traffic Services and Metro Police.
Once completed, the acquired skills will significantly enhance opportunities for
employment in the Traffic, Law Enforcement and Metro Police Enforcement environment.
The City invites suitably qualified and unemployed youth aged 18 – 35, who meet the
relevant minimum requirements, to apply (on-line via eRecruitment – on the City of
Cape Town Website. www.capetown.gov.za/careers for a learnership in Road Traffic Law
Enforcement and Metro Police.


The training will be provided by the Metro Police Academy and the duration will be over
a period of 18 months from 1 December 2023 until 31 May 2025.
Trainees must successfully complete the Further Education and Training Certificate: Road
Traffic Law Enforcement as well as Law Enforcement Skills Program SP4/2012.
It must be emphasised there is no automatic guarantee of employment following the
successful completion of the course.


Learners will receive an allowance of R68 461 per annum


 Grade 12 qualification
 Must be deemed medically and physically fit (as per below requirements)
 Valid Code B Driving Licence
 Must be able to work in a team and cope with stressful situations
 No Criminal Record
 Applicants must permanently reside within the jurisdiction of Cape Town

Note: All shortlisted candidates will be required to undertake and pass the following compulsory fitness test
 2.4 km run (Males 12:30 minutes and Females 16:00 minutes)
 Push-ups (30 in 60 seconds)
 Sit-ups (30 in 60 seconds)



Note: Candidates will:
 Be required to pass a written assessment and an interview
 Be required to pass a physical assessment
 Be required to submit their fingerprints or identity numbers for checking criminal records. No other
criminal clearances will be acceptable
 Be required to undergo a City medical evaluation
 Be required to undergo a compulsory drug test at a City testing venue and continuous random drug
tests thereafter
 Be required to undergo continuous psychological assessment
 Be required to maintain levels of fitness and undergo ongoing fitness assessments
 Candidates will be subject to the code of Conduct of the Metropolitan Police Training Academy,
as well as the pass requirements stipulated by the Academy and in line with relevant unitstandards
 Be contractually bound to refund the City following: unilateral withdrawal; failure to complete the
course for disciplinary reasons or other.


Special conditions attached to the post:
 The City is not obligated to offer a permanent position after completion of the training; candidates
will be required to undergo extensive physical training, whilst at the Academy and training in
accordance with the Firearm and Ammunitions Act.
 Successful candidates will be required to wear a uniform, work shifts and in all weather conditions.


Please note the following important information:
 By submitting your application for a position at the City of Cape Town, you are consenting that the
personal information submitted as part of your application may be used for the purposes of the
Recruitment and Selection process.
 Applicants must apply on-line via eRecruitment.
 Please note that no hard copy or emailed applications will be accepted.
In order to apply on-line, applicants must first create an e-Services Account on the City of
Cape Town Website. www.capetown.gov.za
 On-line applications must include the submission:
o A certified copy of your South African
Identity Document (no affidavits will  be accepted)
o A recently certified copy of matric certificate


 Applicants may use any computer with internet access to apply. Smart phones are not compatible
with this on-line application process and cannot be used to apply.
 Applicants may use a Smart Cape computer at a City of Cape Town Library if they are a library
member. (To become a library member, you will need to apply for membership at a library with
your ID and proof of residence.)
 Shortlisted candidates will be informed via SMS or telephonically when to report to the identified
venue to complete the compulsory tests.
 Shortlisted candidates are advised to bring their own gear, food and refreshments to the testing
 Only applicants with no criminal record and no pending criminal cases, awaiting trial and/or
pending sentencing cases will be considered for employment.
 Only applicants, who have undergone a compulsory drug test and are found to be drug
free, will be considered for employment.

Closing Date: 11 October 2023



Please note that no late applications will be considered.
There should be no expectation of receiving a job offer by applying for, and subsequently being tested and  found competent.


Canvassing by job applicants or, any other person on behalf of job applicants, for posts within the Council’s  Service is prohibited and evidence thereof will disqualify the applicant’s application for consideration for  appointment.


If appointed, candidates are required to make themselves available to work as they are rostered, and are  not permitted to have other employment or run a private business whilst in the employ of the City without  the City Manager’s written permission.
Random testing for possession and or consumption of drugs / alcohol / illegal substances may be carried
out during the course of employment for CITY MANAGER



PepsiCo products are enjoyed by consumers more than one billion times a day in more than 200 countries and territories around the world. PepsiCo generated more than $86 billion in net revenue in 2022, driven by a complementary beverage and convenient foods portfolio that includes Lay’s, Doritos, Cheetos, Gatorade, Pepsi-Cola, Mountain Dew, Quaker and SodaStream. PepsiCo’s product portfolio includes a wide range of enjoyable foods and beverages, including many iconic brands that generate more than $1 billion each in estimated annual retail sales.







Job Description


  • Cashier
  • POD Scanning

What would qualify you ?

  • Matric or similar admin qualification
  • 1 Year experience

“PepsiCo is an Equal Opportunity Employer in line with the Employment Equity Act”





Capitec Bank Better Champion (ATM Assistants)

Company: Capitec Bank Ltd

Apply by:  

We’re on the lookout for energetic, self-motivated individuals who share our passion for service in the banking industry. To be part of the journey, follow the steps below:

1. To see what this job is about and complete a short assessment, please click here!

2.  Once you have completed the above finalize your application by clicking apply below 




Purpose Statement

  • To welcome clients and coordinate the branch flow through efficient queue functioning, providing excellent client service and assisting clients at the ATM and to complete transactions on any remote or self-service channels. In doing so, gain the knowledge, skills and experience required for service consulting.



  • No experience required but individual needs to hold a Grade 12 National Certificate


  • Some client service experience within a retail/ financial/ banking environment

Qualifications (Minimum)

  • Grade 12 National Certificate / Vocational



Qualifications (Ideal or Preferred)



  • Basic calculations
  • How to engage with people
  • Clarity and understanding of own aspirations, being ambitious and keen to learn.


  • Knowledge of bank branch environments
  • Knowledge of Capitec Bank products and business processes (internal)


  • Communications Skills
  • Computer Literacy (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook)
  • Interpersonal & Relationship management Skills



Conditions of Employment

  • Clear criminal and credit record
  • Must have fingerprints which are detectable/recognisable on Capitec Bank’s internal electronic banking system

Capitec is committed to diversity and, where feasible, all appointments will support the achievement of our employment equity goals.




SANLAM YES Learnership Programme

Who are we?


Sanlam Corporate forms part of the Sanlam Group which offers retail and corporate life insurance, health and investment products in South Africa. Our vision is to be the preferred partner to Corporate and Public Sector by providing an awesome client experience and comprehensive solutions that enable the financial resilience and prosperity of those entities and their employees. We tap into over 100 years of expertise to provide cost-effective Employee Benefits and Healthcare Solutions that enable financial confidence for our members. We enable our clients to make better retirement and risk decisions today through determined and passionate thought leadership and best-in-class people, innovative products and proven processes all designed to help people live a better life tomorrow. We believe in creating and cultivating a positive, energised working environment that gives every individual the opportunity to achieve success by embracing diversity and growing our talent.



About the Learnership Programme


Sanlam Corporate offers a unique opportunity for young, enthusiastic and energetic persons from the designated groups to gain practical working experience in a corporate environment and obtain a national qualification. Our learnership forms part of our young talent strategy and directly pipelines into our YEP (Youth Empowerment Programme) to create a talent pipeline in our business. On completion of the learnership, successful and high performing learners are retained permanently for junior level roles through a focused development journey.
The YEP Learnership offers:

•    A 12-month contract
•    A monthly allowance and financial assistance for study purposes
•    A national qualification (Certificate in Wealth Management, NQF level 4)
•    On the job training and assessment
•    Continuous coaching and mentoring
•    A portfolio of working and learning evidence



What will you do?


•    Acquire knowledge of company products, services and operational processes and systems
•    Attend classroom-based lessons
•    Complete practical onsite training
•    Assemble a Portfolio of Evidence to submit to InSeta
•    Fill out logbooks for workplace-based learning
•    Pass and complete the required level in formative and summative assessments
•    Carry out tasks and duties as contracted with your manager



Minimum Requirements


•    Must be a South African citizen
•    Must not be currently employed
•    Be aged between 18 and 35 years
•    Must have passed Grade 12 Mathematics / Mathematics Literacy / Accounting and English with 50%
•    Must have a good command of English (read, write and speak fluently)
•    Be willing to commit to complete the 12-month Programme, which includes a full qualification
•    Have a clear criminal and credit record
•    Have reliable transport

Behavioural Competencies

•    Be motivated to be educated and developed
•    Show initiative and work independently
•    Be a team player
•    Have the ability to manage self-study and assignments
•    Have excellent time-management
•    Have a Go-Getter attitude



Core Competencies


•      Cultivates Innovation by creating new and better ways for the organisation to be successful.
•      Client Focus – Building strong customer relationships and delivering customer-centric solutions.
•      Drives Results – Consistently achieving results, even under tough circumstances.
•      Collaborates – Building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives.
•      Resilience – Rebounding from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult situations.



How To Apply


Please apply online on the Sanlam Careers site and attach the following compulsory documents:

•    Comprehensive CV (please ensure your CV is updated)
•    South African ID and Matric Certificate

NB: Your application will be automatically disqualified if any of the above documents are outstanding.





The shortlisting process will commence once the application due date has been reached, and feedback will be provided within two weeks.

Please ensure that you are available during the following times:

•    Mid October 2023 to Mid November 2023: Interviews and Assessments
•    Mid November 2023 to Mid December 2023 – if selected, to sign Learnership Agreement
•    01 February 2024 – Learnership Programme commences



Our commitment to transformation

The Sanlam Group is committed to achieving transformation and embraces diversity.  This commitment is what drives us to achieve a diverse, inclusive and equitable workplace as we believe that these are key components to ensuring a thriving and sustainable business in South Africa.  The Group’s Employment Equity plan and targets will be considered as part of the selection process.




Clicks is hiring Festive Shop Assistants x30 positions

Listing reference: click_014532
Listing status: Online

Position summary
Industry: Wholesale & Retail Trade
Job category: Retail Operations
Location: Various
Contract: Fixed Term Contract
Remuneration: Market Related
EE position: No

If you are looking for employment over the Festive period, then we have a great opportunity for you to work at The Body Shop we are looking for candidates that meet the following criteria:

Job description


To offer exceptional customer service over the festive trade period.

Job objectives


  • To deliver superior customer service by being visible and offering a friendly and professional service.
  • To respond to basic product knowledge queries from customers
  • To assist or direct customers to products
  • To execute and maintain all merchandising duties according to store and visual merchandise standards.
  • To efficiently restock shelves and assist in keeping the store clean and orderly
  • To wrap and bag items purchased by customers
  • To inform customers about promotions and offerings.



Minimum requirements

Qualifications & Experience

  • Grade 12 certificate
  • Experience in sales or service environment (desirable)



Skills, Abilities and Job Related Knowledge


  • Able to work efficiently within guidelines and timeframes
  • Honest and trustworthy
  • Enthusiastic and vibrant
  • Able to work independently as well as within a team
  • Must  be able to work under pressure
  • Must have good communications skills

Customer and service orientated








Registry Clerk Vacancy – Office of the HOD

Registry Clerk- Office of the HOD

Job Details
Department of Economic Development

Reference Number : REFS/019086
Directorate : Executive Support Services
Number of Posts : 1
Package : R202 233,00 plus benefits
Enquiries : Lebohang Molefe/Lwandile Phaledi/ Siphiwe Nhlapho-011 355-8540/8526/8540


Requirements :

Diploma/ National Diploma in Secretariat/ Archives and Records Management/ Information Management. 1-2 years’ experience in the HOD/ CEO office.


Duties :

1 Handle incoming and outgoing correspondence • Receive all mail • Sort, register and dispatch mail • Distribute notices on registry issues • Undertake spot checks on post to ensure no private post is included • Lock post in postbag for messengers to deliver to Post Office • Open & maintain remittance register. • Record all valuable articles as prescribed in the remittance register 2 Handle incoming and outgoing faxes • Incoming faxes should be delivered within 60 minutes of receipt to the intended addressee. • Record all incoming and outgoing faxes in the registry book as well as in the computer program designed specifically for registry. • Outgoing faxes, bar urgent ones, should be faxed within 30 minutes of receipt. • Compile a daily report of incoming and outgoing faxes.



3 Dispatching of post • Official letters addressed to persons by name are delivered to them unopened. • Confidential envelopes are delivered unopened to the addressee. • Ensure that special registered post envelopes are used and properly sealed. • Ensure that the messenger receives a receipt from the post office. 4 Render effective filing and record management service • Opening and close files according to record classification system. • Filing/storage, tracing (electronically/manually) and retrieval of documents and files • Complete index cards for all files 5 Process documents for archiving and/ disposal • Electronic scanning of files • Sort and package files for archives and distribution • Compile list of documents to be archived and submit to the supervisor. • Keep records for archived documents. • Issue out files to officials on request



Applications to be submitted online https://jobs.gauteng.gov.za only. Preference will be given to applicants residing in Gauteng.
Employer : Department of Economic Development

Location : 56 Eloff Street Johannesburg



Closing Date : 16-10-2023

Criteria Questions
Do you have the required qualification
Do you have the 1-2 years experience in the Office of the HOD/ CEO

Please Notes :

Due to the large number of applications we envisage receiving, applications will not be acknowledged. If you do not receive any response within 3 months, please accept that your application was not successful.




Bankseta Logo - interface

One of the BANKSETA’s corporate strategies is that of Youth Development. The BANKSETA offers various vocational education and training programmes to bridge the gap between structured learning and work experience in the banking and inclusive banking industry. The BANKSETA has partnered with various institutions of higher learning and the banking sector to facilitate theory and workplace practice into qualifications that are registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).


Learnerships have been identified as one of the best vehicles to build skills for both the employed and unemployed based on a unique feature that a learnership is an occupationally-based learning programme that combines structured theory and practical experience and leads to a registered qualification by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Learnerships place emphasis on practical work exposure and are linked to specific occupations to ensure relevance and sustainability.


Letsema Post Matric Learnership

The BANKSETA has identified the need to provide funding for post matric learners through a youth development intervention aimed at recruiting unemployed matriculants in order for them to further their studies and to expose them to the world of work.

The duration of the learnership is 1 Year. Registered employers will host the learner(s) and making provision for training, workplace coaching and leaner support. Training is linked to a registered skills programme. Successful completion of the Learnership programme results in the achievement of a NQF5 in banking service advice qualification.


The BANKSETA invites unemployed graduates to apply for the Letsema Learnership Programme 2023/4

Stipend: R 3500.00

Duration: 12 month contract



Kuyasa Post Graduation Learnerships

The BANKSETA has identified the need to provide funding for post-graduate learners through a youth development intervention aimed at recruiting unemployed graduates in order for them to further their studies and to expose them to the world of work.

The duration of the learnership is 1 Year. Registered employers will host the learner(s) and making provision for training, workplace coaching and leaner support. Training is linked to a registered skills programme. Successful completion of the Learnership programme results in registered

The duration of the learnership is 1 Year. Registered employers will host the learner(s) and making provision for training, workplace coaching and leaner support. Training is linked to a registered skills programme. Successful completion of the Learnership programme results in the achievement of a NQF5 in banking service advice qualification.

The BANKSETA invites unemployed graduates to apply for the Kuyasa Learnership Programme 2023/4

Stipend: R 6000.00

Duration: 12 month contract



Click here to download the KUYASA Application Form and APPLY

Click here to download the LETSEMA Application Form and APPLY.


The Kuyasa Post-graduate Learnership has 3 qualification streams:

  • Management Development Learnership – the qualifying learner will graduate with a NQF Level 5 Certificate in Management Development.
  • Business Analyst Learnership – the qualifying learner will graduate with a NQF Level 6 National Certificate in Business Analysis
  • Financial Markets Learnership– the qualifying learner will graduate with a NQF Level 6 National Certificate in Financial Markets


VISIT HERE FOR MORE: https://bankseta.org.za