Hulett Bursaries

Hulett Bursaries

Hulett bursaries are given as part of the company’s multiple career opportunities exist within Tongaat Hulett. Opportunities are available across the various operating companies with operations in South Africa, Mozambique, Swaziland and Zimbabwe.

Hulett Bursaries Available

Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Process Engineering
Human Resources
Sales and Marketing
Financial Management
General Management

Learnerships are offered in the following disciplines:
Sugar Engineering (AgriSeta)
Analytical Chemistry
CIMA Business Accounting
Food Technology
Chemical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Fitter and Turner
Motor Trade
Bursary Schemes

A limited number of Hulett bursaries are offered for studies at Universities or Technikons typically in the following disciplines:
Chemical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Process Engineering
Graduate Trainees

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

Please visit Hulett company website here to apply.

BP Bursaries 2017

BP Bursaries 2017

BP bursaries program offers a rotational graduate programme designed to give graduates exposure to multiple disciplines. Over the course graduates are rotated in order to build build a breadth of knowledge, enjoy hands-on experience, develop strong technical skills and network throughout the business. Each assignment is designed to stretch and set students up for future success at BP.

PB Graduates Programme Practical Development

Alongside practical development and coaching, graduates receive up to 20 days of formal training each year to help them build on technical and leadership skills. BP also support graduates in gaining a related professional accreditation, such as Chartership where appropriate.

You will be assigned a buddy and mentor assigned to you who will help you navigate the organisation, guide your development and learn what it takes to be successful in your career.

BP aims to be the industry’s leading downstream business and we’ll give you all the support you need to be a part of our future success.

How to apply?

Apply online here.

BP graduates and bursaries programmes applications open in June and will be published on Top Careers24

Nedbank Bursaries

Nedbank Bursaries Programme

Bursary Application Criteria

Who Must Apply?

Learners who are currently in grade 12
Students who are registering for the first year
Students who are already registered with a recognised South African public university (under- or postgraduate study)
Education details

Average of 65% (all applicants)
University entrance criteria for degree studies met
Applicants who did not study towards a degree after matriculating will be considered only if they matriculated in 2013 (a minimum of two years before the year to be funded)

South African public universities registered with the Council of Higher Education
Universities of technology for IT and property-related qualifications

To apply you must:

Be a South African citizen.
Be in grade 12 or have completed grade 12 within the past two years.
Pass or have passed matric with an average of 65%.
Meet the entry requirements for the university you want to go to.
Complete this application form.
Application forms that are incomplete or incorrect will not be considered.
Closing date 30 April in the year before you want to go to university.

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

BMW Graduates Programme

BMW Financial Services Graduates Programme

Be apart of a new world of visionary mobility, innovation and peak performance.
We are looking for talented individuals like you to jump start your career with the BMW Financial Services Graduate Programme where you will obtain business experience over 12 - 24 months!

We are looking for BCom / BTech Graduates in the following fields:
Sales & Marketing
Human Resources
Risk Management
Quality & Process

The following documents should accompany your application:
Certified Copy of ID
Certified Matric/ Grade 12 Certificate
Academic Transcript & Certified Qualification

Please note: Incomplete applications will not be considered.

How To Apply?

Apply online.

Thuthuka Fund Bursaries

Thuthuka Fund Bursaries 

The purpose of the project is to annually place between 250 - 300 fully bursared Black African and Coloured students at selected SAICA-accredited universities in cohorts of 50 per university on special undergraduate BCom Accounting education programmes.

The accredited universities that are part of the programme are the University of KwaZulu-Natal, University of Johannesburg, Stellenbosch University, University of Pretoria, University of Cape Town, Free State University and the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.

The Thuthuka Bursary Fund is looking for academically strong learners who aspire to become Chartered Accountants.

Students who do exceptionally well in Mathematics and have excellent marks in the other subject to qualify for university entrance may apply.

Do you qualify?

Do you have 60% in Mathematics in your Grade 11 Final Results (Level 5)?
Do you have enough points to qualify for university entrance?
Do you come from a family that cannot support you financially at tertiary?
Are you an African or Coloured learner?
If you answered YES to all the questions above, then you qualify.

Requirements for application of the Thuthuka bursary

Aspiring CA(SA) learners who wish to apply for the bursary must: Be a South African Citizen
Have obtained at least 60% (five or above on the NSC Scale of Achievement) in Mathematics (NOT Maths Literacy) in Grade 11
The learner must be a South African Citizen
Be in Grade 12 and applied (or be in the process of applying) for a BCom Accounting degree at a SAICA-accredited university offering the Thuthuka programme
Be African or Coloured
The learner must not be out of Matric/school for more than 2 years.
To be considered for the Thuthuka Bursary Fund, you are required to register and write the National Benchmark Test (NBT).
The Process of Awarding a Bursary

The application must have met the above criteria

The learner must have or be in the process of applying to one of the following tertiary institutions:

University of Johannesburg
University of Cape Town (Bachelor of Commerce code CB011 )
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Rhodes University
Stellenbosch University
University of Pretoria
University of the Free State
University of Witwatersrand (WITS)
North-West University (Potchefstroom Campus)
If you tick all these boxes, apply in one of the following ways:

Download the Thuthuka Bursary Fund application form BELOW, complete it and email it to or

Request an application form by calling 086 107 2422.

Applications for 2018 close on 30 April 2017

ERWAT Internships Opportunities

ERWAT Graduate / Internship Programme 2017

ERWAT is a Waste Water treatment company situated in Ekurhuleni and we urgently require the following candidates to fill the above mentioned positions at our Head Office in the Kempton Park area:

two (2) recently graduated BSc / BEng Civil Engineering graduates
four (4) recently graduated BSc / BEng Mechanical Engineering graduates
two (2) recently graduated BSc / BEng Electrical Engineering graduates
Candidates must be unemployed and immediately available. Preference will be given to candidates resident in the ERWAT area of operations. Remuneration will be discussed during the interview. B Tech degrees will not be considered.

Internships Application Dates

Closing Date: 23 March 2017
Location: Ekurhuleni

How To Apply

You must send your CV to and indicate your discipline

Harmony Gold Bursaries/Learnerships

Harmony Gold Bursaries/Learnerships

Engineering Artisan Learnership 18.2: Electrical/Rigging
Operation: Bambanani Mine - Free State

Learnership Minimum requirements

• Full N2 qualification or Technical Grade 12 Certificate with the relevant trade theory and engineering drawing relevant to the specific learnership/trade
• Previous service person’s experience will be an added advantage for the Electrical and ??Fitting?? Trades
• Medical fitness
• Ability to undergo required psychometric assessments
• Passion to “make it happen”

Role and responsibilities

• Follow a Learnership Programme which contains both off-the-job and on-the-job training
• Drive your own training programme and actively get involved in your development
• Undertake the relevant trade test and pass successfully
• Travel at own expense to the training provider, Shafts and Plants in the region to obtain training as required in your programme
• Be an ambassador for the company and always adhere to a strict code of conduct
• Submit an Application Form (CV) to the contact person mentioned below

Closing date: 27 March 2017

If you have not received any correspondence within 21 days after the closing date, regard your application as having been unsuccessful

For Harmony Gold bursaries please click here.

Eskom Bursaries

Eskom Bursaries

Eskom regards the awarding of bursaries to external applicants as a major contribution towards broadening the national skills pool. Eskom believes that this initiative will lead to empowered communities, an improved lifestyle, and a competent workforce.

This procedure has been developed to enable Eskom to meet its business objectives regarding future skills requirements, thereby giving structure to the skills pipeline. To this end, bursaries based on business needs are awarded to candidates intending to study at recognised higher education institutions.

Education is one of Eskom’s most important investments. We firmly believe that by educating people, we develop them to compete on an equal basis thus ensuring a better and more productive workforce. Therefore, if you believe that you have what it takes, and then being part of the Eskom team is just for you.

Eskom Bursaries Available


Eskom regards the awarding of bursaries to external applicants as a major contribution towards broadening the national skills pool. Eskom believes that this initiative will lead to empowered communities, an improved lifestyle, and a competent workforce.

This procedure has been developed to enable Eskom to meet its business objectives regarding future skills requirements, thereby giving structure to the skills pipeline. To this end, bursaries based on business needs are awarded to candidates intending to study at recognised higher education institutions.

Education is one of Eskom’s most important investments. We firmly believe that by educating people, we develop them to compete on an equal basis thus ensuring a better and more productive workforce. Therefore, if you believe that you have what it takes, and then being part of the Eskom team is just for you.

University of Technology

Electrical Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Safety and Risk
Environmental Science

FET Colleges

Boiler Makers
Control & Instrumentation
Fitters & Turners
Power Plant Operators

How To Apply?

Visit Eskom website and apply online.

Fire Fighter Learnerships

Fire Fighter Learnerships

The Steve Tshwete Local Municipality invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for Fire Fighter Learnership position/s available within the emergency services department.

The Steve Tshwete Municipality is a fast growing and financially sound Municipality with 229 831 citizens, situated in the middle of Mpumalanga, only 120km from central Gauteng.

Moderate climate with many surrounding holiday resorts.

Steve Tshwete Local Council is committed to achieve and maintain diversity and equity in employment in respect of race, gender and especially disability.

Ref No: 3255

Salary scale: R118 230/ R119 706/ R123 495/ R127 500/ R131 700 p.a.

Benefits offered: Contribution to Medical Aid, Pension Fund and Housing


• Grade 12
• A valid Code C1 driver’s license
• A valid PDP.
• Basic Ambulance Assistant
• Registered with the HPCSA and Fire Fighter I would be an added advantage.

Key Performance Areas

• Report to Leading Fighters, assist with operational duties, maintenance, cleaning of station, fire & rescue vehicles and equipment.
• Perform daily inspections of fire & rescue vehicles and equipment.
• Attend occupational health and safety programs.
• Participate in fire prevention to ensure and maintain the safety of the community.
• Assist with complaints from members of the public.
• Perform ad-hoc tasks as and when required by the department.


1. The appointment of a candidate is at the Steve Tshwete Local Councils’ sole discretion, taking into account all relevant legislation, council policies and procedures, notwithstanding our Employment Equity goals.

2. The submission of an application gives Steve Tshwete Local Council the right to make inquiries necessary to obtain information regarding the applicant’s background. Such inquiry will include current and previous employers as well as academic institutions

3. Applicants who have not been responded to within six weeks of the closing date should consider their applications unsuccessful.

4. Steve Tshwete Local Council reserves the right not to make an appointment in any or all of the above vacancies, and correspondence will only be limited to short-listed candidates.

How to apply

1. Applications must be submitted on the prescribed form (BELOW)

2. or by means of a detailed Curriculum Vitae and Covering Letter, together with certified copies of qualifications or certificates and identity document to: Human Capital Management, P O Box 14, Middelburg, 1050.

Further Enquiries: Tel: (013) 249 7335/7021. Contact Person: Nsovo Mateteswa

3. Incomplete or incorrect information on an application form or CV form will disqualify an applicant.

4. Only posted or hand delivered applications will be accepted.

All applications must reach the Municipality by the closing date of 24 March 2017.

AAUW Bursaries 2017

AAUW Bursaries Available 

Bursaries provided by AAUW are for candidates wishing to complete full-time studies at one of the Accredited Institutes of Higher Learning within the borders of the United States. This program offer candidates studying towards graduate or postgraduate within their chosen fields, an opportunity to complete their studies in the US.

The fields of study that are available include all approved study fields or research fields that are offered by any of the selected Institutes within the US.

AAUW Bursaries Details

Interested individuals may apply if they meet all stipulated requirements. Women who are active in their communities, have commitment to assisting others and dedicated to being professional in all aspects of their lives, will be given preference.

Candidates must be a citizen from one of the following countries:

South Africa

Candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree within their field of study and it must be of equal standing as that of a US bachelor’s degree to be acceptable. Candidates must have achieved this degree by time of application.

Candidates must be proficient in English, reading, writing and verbally.

Candidates must intend on returning to their country and home after completion of their studies.

AAUW Bursaries Application Directions

Apply online here.

Exxaro Bursary

Exxaro Bursaries 2017

To secure talent for the future, we offer bursaries on the basis of a service-binding contract. Successful applicants will be obligated to work for us after graduation for a period equal to the tenure of the bursary.

We also assist bursars with administrative support, mentoring and practical work and visit our bursars on campus to track performance and keep communication channels open.

Annually, our top performing bursars are awarded at a prestigious event attended by executive management and coordinators.

Exxaro Bursaries Available 2017

Bursaries are awarded to study courses aligned with our business needs. The following fields of study are on offer (BSc Engineering):







Mining Engineering

Mining Surveying (B Tech MRM)

Mining Technician (B Tech)

Geology (Hons compulsory)

Exxaro Bursary Value

Registration fees
Tuition fees
Book fees
Meal allowance
Residence fees
Cash allowance for miscellaneous expenses such as a laptop or calculator

Who Qualifies for Exxaro Bursaries?

A minimum of level 5 for English First Language or a level 5 for English Second Language in Grade 11 or Grade 12.

A minimum of level 6 for Mathematics and a level 6 for Physical Science in Grade 11 or Grade 12.

For a B Tech course:

A minimum of level 5 for Mathematics, Science and English.

All applications must be for full-time studies towards an academic degree at an accredited South African university and applicants must be a South African citizen with a valid identity document.

How does the selection process work?

We mainly recruit learners at school or recently matriculated applicants who will commence as first year students in the next academic year. We also focus on selecting applicants from the communities surrounding our business operations, like Limpopo and Mpumalanga, but will also consider talented applicants from other regions.

We follow an annual selection process that commences in February and ends in March. During this period a bursary application form will be available on our website.

Bursaries for each field aren’t always awarded each year and are determined by our business need. Bursaries will only be awarded in fields of study listed above.

We only recruit students that are already registered on a needs-driven basis, determined by our budget and workforce influences. An opportunity will be provided for an exclusive selection process if there is a need for undergraduate of graduated students to fill our programme. We will liaise directly with relevant universities or faculties to invite students to participate.
How To Apply?

The selection process

After you submitted your application the recruitment team will go through all the applications and select candidates who meet the requirements. Qualifying students will be contacted to proceed to the next phase of the selection process.

During the next phase applicants will be required to do a National Benchmark Test (NBT) and psychometric assessments. The NBT will measure your competency in academic literacy, quantitative literacy and Mathematics to evaluate your readiness for higher education.

Selected candidates will be contacted and invited for an interview at our Corporate Centre in Pretoria. Candidates will be notified within three weeks after the interview if they were successful. Successful candidates will be required to complete a medical examination before receiving their offer letter.

Services SETA Bursary

Services SETA Bursaries 2017

The Services Sector Education and Training Authority (Services SETA) invites bursary applications for the 2017 academic year in the following fields of study:

All qualifications in the services sector;
Scarce and critical skills in other sectors;
Artisanal qualifications in any field or trade

Who Must Apply?

Employed and unemployed applicants who are registered towards undergraduate or postgraduate qualifications.

Applicant who are South African citizens, with a valid identity document
The application window will close on 17 March 2017 at 16:00.

Only online applications will be considered.

For detailed information please refer to our website

Who qualifies for the Service Seta bursary?

An applicant who is currently registered with a South African higher education institution (TVET Colleges, Public Universities and Universities of Technology)
Application should be for 2017 academic year
An applicant who is a South African citizen, with a valid identity document.
An applicant who is not a recipient of other sources of funding.
Preference may be given to:

People with disabilities
Previously disadvantage Individuals
Scarce and Critical Skills
Students studying at a public institution
Application process
There are a limited number of bursaries for 2017 Academic Year only.

Applicants should “register” by creating a user name and password on the Create an account tab above.

The closing date for applications is 17 March 2017

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

Bergrivier Municipality Bursaries

Bergrivier Municipality Bursaries

Only full time students studying towards a degree/ diploma at a Tertiary Institution may apply.

Location: Cape Town

Bursary Requirements

B-Com or Equivalent with Accounting, Audit, Economy or Management Accounting as main subjects.
Valid Code B Driver’s license.
Proficiency in at least two of the official languages of the Western Cape (Read, write and speak).
Computer literacy (MS Office).
Ability to give attention to detail.

Key Performance Areas
Assisting in the implementation of accepted municipal accounting practice and budgetary reforms. Training in developing statistical reporting modules. The preparation of financial statements and management reports. Reconciliations and financial analysis. Electronic collection of financial data. Internal audit. Other financial functions.

Closing Date: 15 March 2017

Province: Western Cape

Candidate Requirements:

Please attached the following documents:

Prescribed bursary application form;
Motivation letter of about 150 words on why you think you should receive the bursary:
Curriculum vitae;
Certified copies of both parents' income;
Certified copy of matric results in 2016 or tertiary results in 2016:
Certified copy of South African identity document;
Proof of registration at tertiary institution;
Proof of residence within Bergrivier municipal area.

Directions To Apply?

A covering letter with three contactable references must accompany the completed prescribed application form (BELOW) with certified copies of the necessary qualification certificates and a Curriculum Vitae (Maximum of 3 pages), to reach the Municipal Offices, Piketberg or mailed to: P.O Box 60, Piketberg 7320 for the attention of Mr J Cloete (Human Resource Management)

CSIR Learnerships/Internships

CSIR Learnerships/Internships

The CSIR has five Internship opportunities in the Mining and Mineral Resources Competency Area within Natural Resources and the Environment Unit.

Period (12 Months)

The incumbents will assist in the duties mining and geotechnical engineering pertaining to activities associated with modernisation of current mining, development of future mechanisation requirements and ultimately developing a non-explosive rock breaking capability.

The work forms part of the South African Mining Extraction Research, Development and Integration (SAMERDI) Strategy as well as the outcomes of the Mining Phakisa.

These positions are based in Johannesburg.

Key responsibilities:

Under supervision, the trainee will undertake with the following:

Literature review of previous research done locally and internationally in the three areas mentioned above;
Undertake time & motion studies on technologies related to the above three areas at various mine sites;
Engage with Original Equipment Management on technologies related to the above three areas at various mine sites;
Report on processes and results;
Attend and present on results where required;
Perform general administrative tasks as required by project leaders.
Qualifications, skills and experience:

A bachelor’s degree in Geophysics or Mining Engineering;
Experience or previous work in rock engineering would be an advantage;
Practical working experience in mining would be an advantage;
Good organisational skills and demonstrated ability to work under pressure.

Should you meet the above requirements, please email your CV to with your name and surname, position title and reference number in the subject line, (e.g. John Smith: Internship – Mining and Geotechnical Engineering: Reference No: (307842)

Closing date: 31 March 2017

How To Apply?

Apply online.

TISO Foundation Bursaries

TISO Foundation Bursaries

Tiso Foundation Tertiary Bursary Programme is aimed at identifying deserving previously disadvantaged applicants. In order to apply for this bursary program you must demonstrate talent and determination in their previous academic lives. The Foundation nurtures and empowers participants to achieve their academic potential, and go on to a meaningful career that will have a lasting impact on their careers, communities and the country.

If you want to be selected for TISO Foundation bursary, you must meet the following criteria:
good to excellent matric results or academic performance (if already registered at University)
a dedication to their studies and a willingness to meaningfully participate in upliftment programmes existing in the communities from which they emanate
be highly competitive selection process ensures these bursaries are accessed and utilised by students with the greatest promise, with a particular focus in the fields of Engineering, Science, Commerce and Medicine.

Bursary beneficiaries are offered life skills training and academic support. Upon completion the Foundation is available to assist the best students to access career opportunities through its network of corporate and institutional relationships.

The programme aims:

To promote equity in the workplace by supporting strong black students to acquire the necessary academic qualifications
To help address the skills shortage in the economy
To address challenges of poverty through the avenue of human capital development.
Since inception, the Foundation has funded 50 students pursuing degrees and national diplomas in accredited institutions of higher learning. Going forward,the Foundation targets to support 20 students per year through partnerships with various stakeholders.

TISO Foundation Bursary Application Criteria

Must be between the ages of 18 and 34
Must come from a previously disadvantaged background.
Must be in possession of good to excellent matric results.
Must produce excellent results if already registered as a full time student.
Must be  financially needy
Must portray and excellent positive attitude.
Must be dedicated to their studies.
Must provide references.
Must be willing to give back to the community.
Applications for 2018 will open in June 2017

LGSETA Bursary 2017 - 2018

LGSETA Bursaries 2017 - 2018

The LGSETA invites students who are interested in joining the local government sector to apply for our bursary opportunity.

In response to the national “#FeesMustFall” campaign experienced at Higher Education Institutions across the country during 2015, the Local Government Sector Education and Training Authority (LGSETA) embarked on a bursary scheme in line with the Annual Bursary targets agreed with the Department of Higher Education and Training, and in line with the LGSETA policy to assist students by funding their studies.


Read these notes carefully before completing the application form.

Make sure that you read every section and that the information you provide is accurate.

1. Please complete application the online link:

2. INCOMPLETE FORMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED (this includes forms with missing documents).

3. The LGSETA does not take responsibility and will not be held liable for any forms which were undelivered or missing.

4. Students who are granted a bursary from another organisation/institution are obliged to inform the LGSETA.

In the case that a student is granted a bursary from another organisation/institution the LGSETA has the right to withdraw funding awarded.

5. The LGSETA bursary is an annual award, therefore students will be required to re-apply annually.

6. Non-South African students will not be considered.

7. It must be a full qualification that is accredited on the NQF/NCV/N Levels and must be a year or over programme.

8. The student must be enrolled at a public institution.

9. The student must be within the youth age group (18-35 years).

10. The student must be unemployed.

Documents to be submitted:

1. Certified copy of your ID Document.

2. If you are in your first year at an institution, include a certified copy of your Grade 12 results, and continuing students must include previous year academic results.

3. Attach highest grade and qualification achieved including results.

4. Attach proof of registration

5. Fee structure (Quotation, Account statement or invoice from the institution), books and residence costs.

6. Proof of Income/ Affidavit (for unemployed), and certified ID copies of parent/guardian.

The LGSETA will only fund a course which falls within the scarce and critical skills areas in local government.

In making the final selection, first preference will be given to:

- Previously Disadvantaged Individuals

- People with Disabilities

Bursaries are available to students who are registered with any of the Public Universities, Universities of Technology and TVET Colleges in South Africa.

The bursary will cover the cost of registration, tuition, books and residence fees for up to the maximum amount of R 50 000 per annum.

How to apply

Applications can be submitted on the LGSETA Bursary Portal -

There is a limited number of bursaries available and should you not have received any correspondence from LGSETA within 30 days from the closing date, please consider your application as unsuccessful.

The closing date for applications is 15 March 2017

How To Apply?

Apply online.

South African Weather Service Internship Programme

South African Weather Service Internship Programme

The South African Weather Service (SAWS) hereby invites applications for their one year Internship Programme. We are looking for graduates to join our Internship programme in the following field:-

Air Quality Information – 3 positions – Ref. AQI – 2017

Successful candidates will be exposed to air quality monitoring, data management and reporting.
Applicants must satisfy the following requirements:
An appropriate tertiary qualification Degree/National Diploma in Environmental Management, Engineering, Chemistry, Geography, Atmospheric Science or any other relevant environmental related field.
An applicant must be a new graduate or have been unemployed for a period of one year after completion of a tertiary qualification.

Interns will be placed within the SAWS: Department Air Quality Information based in Pretoria. Successful candidates will be responsible for arranging their own accommodation and transport. SAWS will pay a monthly stipend.
Recruitment will be done in line with the SAWS Employment Equity Plan.
Successful candidates will be required to enter into an Internship Agreement with SAWS. SAWS is under no obligation to employ the intern on completion of the programme.

For further information regarding the Internship Programme contact: Ms. Faith Borotho at (012) 367 6095 Completed application forms with accompanying documentation must be forwarded to:

Due to the large number of applications we envisage to receive, only short listed candidates will be contacted. Should you not hear from us within three months of the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful. Closing Date 14 March 2017

KPMG Bursaries 2017-2018

KPMG Bursaries 2017-2018

KPMG prides itself on finding well-rounded students with a history of exceptional academic performance. By awarding these bursaries of this nature KPMG believes that applicants are exactly the kind of people the company is looking for.

Bursaries offered at KPMG fall under two unique options. The first bursary offer is a Pure Merit Bursary which is based solely on your academic results and the second is the Merit Bursary with Financial Needs which is based on your academic results and your current financial position.

In deciding which bursary option is most suited to you, please consider that both options require outstanding academic achievement as a basis and then the following distinction applies between the two:

  • Applicants that do not require extensive funding for their studies must apply for the Pure Merit Bursary option.
  • If you require some significant funding for your studies without which you could not attend university then the Merit Bursary with Financial Needs may be for you.

KPMG reserves the right to solely determine whether you should be awarded the Pure Merit Bursary or the Merit Bursary with Financial Needs and to determine the amount awarded under such bursary. KPMG further reserves the right to solely determine whether you should receive this award in subsequent years and if so the amount thereof, which will depend on the satisfactory progress made by you and the availability of funds to KPMG.

Please note that a Bursary Contract is subject to you entering into a leamership (training contract) with KPMG that will start once you have completed your studies at a SAICA accredited university i.e. obtaining a CTA/GOA qualification. Should any of your details change in the future ie: personal contact details, University, financial position, you are required to inform us within 48 hours of the change.

How To Apply for KPMG bursary options?

Apply online.

Hatch Bursaries Programme

Hatch Bursaries Programme

With over six decades of business and technical experience in the mining, energy, and infrastructure sectors, we understand that challenges are changing rapidly in every industry. We respond quickly with solutions that are smarter, more efficient, and innovative. We draw upon our 9,000 staff with experience in over 150 countries to challenge the status quo and create positive change for our clients, our employees, and the communities we serve.

Hatch Bursary Program 2018

Our Bursary  offers:

We offer bursaries to students studying Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Civil, Structural and Mechatronics Engineering.

We require a minumum academic average of 65%.
Traditionally we offer bursaries to students between 2nd and final year,.
We offer both full cost and partial bursaries, depending on the students’ needs/requirements.
Key Disciplines:

Chemical & Process
Civil & Structural
Application Process

For more information on Hatch, or how to begin your career with us, please call Thabiso Molakeng or Adeela Cajee Tel (011) 239 5300

To apply for a graduate position or a bursary visit


We are committed to fostering a workforce in each of our locations that reflects the diversity of the communities in which we operate. Hatch is an Equal Opportunity Employer that considers employment applicants without regard to age, race, colour, national origin, citizenship, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability or any other protected status. If you have any special needs requirements, please let us know. We will do our utmost to accommodate, in accordance with applicable local legislation.

How To Apply?

Apply online.

Caterpillar Graduates Opportunities

Caterpillar Graduates Opportunities

Caterpilar is currently seeking talented graduates to join the 2017 Graduate Development Programme.

This 2-year leadership development programme in partnership with Barloworld, our valued dealer for mining, construction, and power systems products throughout southern Africa – South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Namibia, Botswana, Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, and Zambia.

The position will be based in Sandton, South Africa.

What does the programme involve?

The programme kicks off with a comprehensive induction that provides you with in-depth insight into the Caterpillar/Barloworld culture and processes and all of the tools and information that you will need to get you started.

You are then given the opportunity to embark on a learning journey including rotational assignments across various business units within Caterpillar and Barloworld.

These rotational assignments will be focused on developing industry and product application knowledge as well as a strong understanding of the Caterpillar Dealer network.

This unique way of gaining exposure to the wider business will enable you to gain valuable experience that will put you on the right track for potential leadership roles in the future.

At the start of the programme you will be assigned a personal mentor who will help guide you through your journey.

To ensure you stay on track your performance will be measured at key points throughout the programme and you will be provided with the feedback and direction that you need to work on any development points.

What next?

At the end of the 2-year programme, successful, high-performing graduates will be considered for a permanent role on the Caterpillar team based in South Africa.

Possible roles that will be open to graduate applications will be:

· Product Support Marketing Representative
· Aftermarket Sales Solution Representative
· Machine Sales & Marketing Representative

Placement at the end of the programme will depend on your overall performance, integration with the team and the availability of suitable positions.

How do I apply?

If you are interested in applying for this position, please complete the online application process and ensure that you include an up-to-date CV as well as a copy of your university transcripts.

Application Criteria:

· Bachelor’s Degree in one of the following disciplines*: BEng / BSC Eng (Mechanical, Industrial and Materials) BCom or similar with Business Management, Marketing and/or Business Communication

*Applicants with excellent academic records will be given preference (as a guideline we are ideally seeking candidates with an average above 70%).

· Globally mobile – must be willing to travel and undertake international assignments if required

· Excellent communication, leadership and collaboration skills

· Self-starter than enjoys solving challenging problems

· Fluent in English (other languages an advantage)

· Recent graduates or candidates with 1-2 years of entry-level work experience will be considered

· Must have the right to work and reside in South Africa

Closing Date: 20 March 2017

How To Apply?

Apply online.

SAB Foundation Programme

SAB Foundation Programme

Applications are now open for the 2017 SAB Foundation Tholoana Enterprise Development Programme.

Successful candidates will be part of a high-energy solution that has helped hundreds of businesses to accelerate their success.

Wrap-around support, including expert mentorship, skills training workshops, access to markets, and qualified investment-readiness support has been shown to improve the confidence and skills of entrepreneurs.

The Tholoana Enterprise Programme applications are now open from the 15th February 2017 – 15th March 2017. Sixty successful candidates will be part of a high-energy solution that has helped hundreds of businesses to accelerate their success.

Wrap-around support, including expert mentorship, skills training workshops, access to markets, and qualified investment-readiness support has been shown to improve the confidence and skills of entrepreneurs.

The Tholoana Enterprise Programme supports small enterprises that benefit – or are run by – women, the youth and those living in rural and peri-urban areas.

The SAB Foundation is especially keen to create opportunities for entrepreneurs with disability, who are strongly encouraged to apply. Similarly, applications are welcome from businesses working in new and/or growing sectors such as export, manufacturing, food processing, water, energy and waste management.

If you are an entrepreneur or business owner with a registered business (or in the process of registering) that has been in operation for at least six months and less than five years, you may be eligible for the programme.

Application Requirements

The business is black-owned and managed
The business is operational
The business is headquartered and registered (if applicable), within the South African borders
The business should be a going concern, commercially sustainable and viable
You are involved in the business’s daily operations and management on a full time basis, and are not employed by any other organisation
You have the skills and experience necessary for the type of business you’re engaged in
The business is in the early stages of growth (older than six months and no more than five years)
Applications close on 15 March 2017.

How To Apply?

Apply here online

SAB Apprenticeships

Brewing Millwright Apprentice

This apprenticeship will acquire knowledge, skills and technical competencies in the respective engineering discipline in order to perform maintenance and troubleshooting tasks on plant equipment.

Reference Code: SAB-ZA-23461

Competence Requirements


Grade 12 with Mathematics & Science (HG) or Technical Matric.
National Technical certificate (N3) or higher in the relevant engineering discipline.

Must be a team player.
High energy levels and action orientated.
Mental alertness, analytical and problem solving skills.
Attention to detail.
Conceptual skills.
Output and Accountabilities

Complete the 3-4 year apprentice programme as per SAB/ ABI / MERSETA requirements.
Maintain, repair & optimise plant & associated devices under guidance of qualified Artisans/ Technicians.
Work in teams.
Ensure a safe, healthy and risk free working environment (level 1).
Suitable applicants will appear before a selection committee.

After which the successful candidates will be required to attend at a Training Institute for practical training (at least 6 weeks per year).

On-the-job training is provided at SAB Rosslyn.

The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional/ relevant information as criteria for short-listing.

Interested applicants, who meet the above employee specifications, should please apply via SAP NetWeaver by no later than 06 March 2017.

Employment Type: Apprenticeship
Full/Part Time: Full-time
Location: Rosslyn Production
Country: South Africa
City: Rosslyn

Closing Date: 06 March 2017

How To Apply?

Register here to apply

SAB Lernerships Available

SAB Lernerships Available

The Learnership is a structured integrated learning programme that combines theoretical (formal) training and on-the-job learning (structured work experience).

Training programme to be completed, NQF level 4.

To implement a market driven differentiated service that builds sustainable competitiveness within the Tavern Class of Trade which delivers sustainable growth in brand equity, sales volume, market share, competitive advantage and corporate reputation.

Competence Requirements

• A grade 12 qualification is a minimum requirement (A Diploma or Degree would be beneficial)
• Experience in a sales/marketing/FMCG environment
• Valid unendorsed Code 8 drivers licence
• Computer literacy and experience working with Microsoft Office is essential
• Local area knowledge is a requirement (Garankuwa)
• Ability to work in a flexible working environment (working on week-ends)

Commercial Aptitude

Understands the value chain across sales and marketing and how the roles interact with each other.
Proactively seeks out competitor information and includes this in the overall selling task.
Ability to understand the concept of profitability and the role of pricing, product mix and merchandising in
making commercially astute decisions.

Customer Focus

Making customers and their needs a primary focus of one’s actions; developing and sustaining productive customer relationships.
Effectively meeting customer needs; taking responsibility for customer satisfaction and loyalty.
Connecting with and developing a strong rapport with customers; collaborating on plans and decisions and proving criticality to the customer.
Ability to build authentic relationships across diverse groups of people.


Being accountable for achieving results and taking responsibility for one’s actions.
Takes the role personally and professionally; is a self-starter.
A strong achievement orientation.
High integrity as a representative of SAB.


Ability to adapt behaviour to changing situations.
Open-minded and adjusts priorities in response to unanticipated events.
Able to identify issues and resolve problems in the moment.
Resilience and endurance in managing extraordinary and flexible working hours.
Willing to work weekends and public holidays as required.

Selling Skills

Identifying needs and opportunities, leveraging unique value proposition, representing capabilities, and closing sales.
Effectively exploring alternatives and positions to reach outcomes that gain support by using appropriate interpersonal styles and communication methods.
Ability to establish rapport, identify the customer need and gain commitment.
Ability to plan, organise and prioritise sales activities.
Planning and Organising
Work with the Sales Lead to developing specific plans to leverage SAB’s value proposition and unique competitive advantage against customer needs.
Focuses on the detail and executes plans meticulously to exceed customer expectation.
Excellent administration skills.

Output and Accountabilities

Customer Development

Manage and build customer relationships with Tavern owners
Drive weekly customer calls per outlet to build effective partnerships and resolve customer issues
Ensure all customer master data is input, current, correct and maintained
Achieve customer sales volume targets
Ensure each outlets buys directly from SAB consistently on a weekly basis

AMPPS Delivery

Complete and influence the AMPPS survey by delivering on every targeted plan: Availability; Merchandising; Price; Promotions; Space
Monitor volumes by outlet to ensure 100% availability of key brands and packs through forward planning
Manage stock rotation to ensure 100% availability
Drive the effective execution of selective merchandising implementation in the consumption and purchase zones as per the In Trade Execution Guidelines (ITEG)
Negotiate and execute interior and exterior price communication; capture price priorities; ensure price point compliance and execute on the overall price and promotion campaigns throughout the year
Manage outlet retention by tracking and monitoring competitive shelf space and volumes sold and ensure effective positioning of brands for maximum volume growth

Asset Management

Manage SAB refrigeration assets by driving governance and compliance for the SAB audit
Manage all SAB assets in the outlets including permanent merchandising and signage
Ensure SAB products are stocked in fridges as per ITEG
Conduct asset verification surveys (Fridges, etc.)
Assist customers with Model stock system to manage stock replenishment and minimise stock outs
Manage stock rotation and quality

Additional Information

This advert will close on the 3 March 2017.

The candidates shortlisted will be required to reside in Garankuwa.

The position is a fixed term contract from 01 May 2017 until 30 April 2018.

The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional / relevant information as criteria for shortlisting.

Background checks and references form part of SAB’s application procedure.

Appointments will be made in line with SAB’s employment equity plan and talent requirements.

Preference will be given to incountry applicants.

No relocation support provided. Local remuneration package applies.

Employment Type:Learnership
Full/Part Time:Full-time
Location:Garankuwa Depot
Country:South Africa
City:Garankuwa Industrial Area

How To Apply?

You must register online in order to apply.

Eskom Kendal Learnerships

Eskom Kendal Learnerships

South African state-owned electricity utility, Eskom, is inviting applications for its 2016 Plant Operator Learnerships to be based within its Operating department at its Kendal Power Station in Mpumalanga. Successful candidates will be trained to be Plant Operators within electricity generation environments. Learners will be paid a monthly stipend for the duration of the learnership programme.

Learnership Application Requirements

In order to be considered, candidates should meet the following minimum requirements:

Have a Matric / Grade 12 certificate or N3 with Maths and Science as passed subjects
Must have passed English as a subject;
Have the ability to apply Maths and Science knowledge; and
Have a good understanding of thermodynamics (definition: the branch of science concerned with heat and temperature and their relation to energy and work. )

How to apply?

Apply online.