ADT Learnerships

ADT Learnerships

ADT South Africa is offering an opportunity to join a Technical Learnership to 130 unemployed Matric and N3 graduates. This 12 month programme is based in Midrand, Pinetown, Cape Town and Pretoria. It will run from the 7th November 2016.

The programme is conducted by ADT in conjunction with the industry Services and Security SETA. The programme offers formal training and qualifications in the installation, maintenance and management of alarm systems. During the course of the programme, the individual will be appointed as a Technical Learner and complete practical work as well as formal instruction.

The programme aims to establish ADT South Africa as a “talent manufacturer” by attracting and retaining high potential talent and establishing a pool of future leaders and specialists for ADT. Upon successful completion of the learnership the candidates will be eligible to apply for roles within the business as Installation Technicians.

Learnership Requirements

Grade 12 or N3 (Mathematics and Science at Matric level Essential
Valid Driver’s license essential as travel in the role is required
Interest in a technical qualification and career


Handle pressure well
Team player with the ability to work independently
Ability to pay attention to detail and Standard Operating Procedures
Thorough execution on projects and tasks

How to apply

Apply online below

Technical Learnership - Cape Town
Technical Learnership - Pretoria
Technical Learnership - Pinetown
Technical Learnership - Midrand

Rand Water Bursaries 2017

Rand Water Bursaries 2017

South African water supply utility, Rand Water, is inviting applications for its 2017 Bursaries in various fields of study (see tables below). The bursaries will be awarded to residents of Mpumalanga and Gauteng as these are the provinces from which operates. Depending on your province of residence, Rand Water will fund you for certain qualifications and in certain years of study – more details can be found in the tables below.

Rand Water Bursaries Application Requirements


Applicants must reside in Gauteng Province.

Notice Number: BP010


Applicants must reside in Mpumalanga Province.

Notice Number: BP007

How To Apply?

Please see details here.

Saab Grintek Defence Bursaries

Saab Grintek Defence Bursaries

Saab Grintek Defence is offering bursaries opportunities to innovative minds to meet global security challenges through defence solutions. Grintek constantly looks ahead and push boundaries for what is considered technically possible.

Collaborate with us as an up-coming engineering professional by joining our bursary program so we can forge new paths together.

Bursary Application Requirements

Must be a registered student studying towards a degree
Must have not received any other bursary for the same period of study you are applying for
Must be a South African citizen
Fields of study must be B-Eng Electronic Engineering, B-Eng Computer Engineering or BSc Computer Science

Bursary Value

The Bursary will cover the following:
Tuition Fees
Accommodation and Meals
Laptop Allowance

Bursary Application Date

Closing date: 31-Oct-2016

How To Apply?

Please apply online here.

ADT Learnerships X130

ADT Learnerships

ADT South Africa is offering an opportunity to join a Technical Learnership to 130 unemployed Matric and N3 graduates. This 12 month programme is based in Midrand, Pinetown, Cape Town and Pretoria. It will run from the 7th November 2016.

Click here for learnerships details

Municipality Internships

City of Cape Municipality Internships

The City of Cape Town is offering a full—time l2—month internship to 39 new graduates in specific study fields.

12-month contract: 1 February 2017 — 31 January 2018

The internship provides on exciting opportunity for graduates To develop capacity and skills in key operational areas in The City of Cope Town and to gain practical hands-on experience. Th interns will be mentored by managers within relevant city departments.

A suitably qualified intern will work in one of the following sections:

Environmental Resource Management department
Spatial Planning and Urban Design department
Planning and Building Development Management department
Economic Development department
Trade & Investment department
Development Information & GIS department

Application Requirements

Be a new graduate in one of the fields of environmental science studies/heritage resource management,library and information science,nature conservation, energy management,climate change,green economy, economics,architecture or landscape architecture,spatial planning, urban and regional planning, land use management planning, policy and strategy development, social sciences, humanities, development studies, geographical science, statistics,marketing and communication
Have good planning,administration,writing,computer analytical and oral communication skills
Be able to work independently, also in a team and under pressure

A valid drivers licence is essential for some posts

A minimum stipend of R34,60 per hour, based on a 40 hour week, will be paid together with limited employment fringe benefits.

Applicants must be able to commence work on Wednesday, 1 February 2017.

Details of all available posts and reference numbers for the internship are provided in the document.

Download Guidelines here

Only applicants by email to will be accepted(no hard copies)

The closing date for applications is Friday, 28 October 016 16:00

Multimedia Internships

Multimedia Journalist Internships

If you have a relevant tertiary qualification in multimedia journalism then this opportunity is just for you. Media24 looking for dynamic and energetic graduates with strong multi-media journalism skills to join our Graduates in Media Programme on a one-year internship contract starting January 2017. 

The positions will be based in our digital news and magazines businesses in Cape Town and Johannesburg. You must have a desire to tell stories, be immersed in digital media and be able to drive your own learning and career.

Internships Application Requirements

A tertiary qualification in journalism with strength in video production and digital publishing. The ideal candidate must have video editing and shooting skills (Adobe Premier Pro or Final Cut) as well as the ability to write and edit copy. The News24 candidate should have particularly strong video skills.

You should have a strong news sense, including visual news, and an understanding of social media, aggregation and curation. We are looking for candidates who have either strong English or Afrikaans language abilities, both written and verbal. The successful candidate will need to be able to adapt to different situations, think laterally and innovate where necessary. The candidate needs to be resilient, able to withstand criticism in a pressured workplace, and possess strong multi-tasking abilities.

How to apply?

Please apply online here.

Closing date: 30 September 2016

Murray & Roberts Internships

Murray & Roberts Internships

Murray & Roberts Cementation Pty Ltd invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for the position of Mining Intern (2 year programme), who requires experiential training to achieve a blasting certificate. AA/EE: Preference will be given to HDSA candidates
Contract Temporary / Contract
Location: Gauteng
Available: 1 October 2016
Category: Academic

Offer: Market Related

Minimum Requirements

Suitable candidates must possess the following minimum qualifications and skills:

Mining Engineering Degree, obtained at a recognised tertiary institution
Attention to detail
Excellent interpersonal skills
Ability to multi-task
Confident and well-organized
Computer literate in MS Office packages
Good communication skills in English
The successful candidate must be able to meet the following internal Company requirements:

Medical Fitness (including Heat Tolerance Testing)
Security Screening
Psychological Assessment – Leadership ability
Closing Date: 09 September 2016

How To Apply?

Apply online

Standard Bank Bursaries

Standard Bank Bursaries

Standard Bank offers a number of financial aid opportunities, such as:
Derek Cooper Scholarship
Standard Bank Group Bursary
Standard Bank Group Undergraduate Bursary
Standard Bank Group Postgraduate Bursary
Namibia Bursary Scheme
Each financial aid scheme has its own set of requirements and conditions.
Bursaries are made available to students to pursue their studies at accredited institutions in the following fields:
Undergraduate Degree in Commerce
Information Technology
Property Studies

Candidate Requirements: 

Required documents for application:
Certified copy of mid-year examination results
Certified copy of ID document
Certified copy of grade 12 certificate
Proof of Namibian citizenship
Proof of University admission

How to Apply: 

Continue to check the Standard Bank website for application forms.

SANAC Learnerships

SANAC Learnerships

The South African National Aids Council (SANAC) leads South Africa’s response to the national HIV and AIDS, TB & STIs epidemics.

The National She Conquers Campaign for Young Women and Girls, is a 3-year coordinated campaign to intensify efforts to enable adolescent girls and young women to reach their potential and maximize their contribution to a democratic South Africa.

Communications, community advocacy and the use of multi-media is an important SANAC contribution and element to the success of the national response to girls and young women. In order to spark curiosity and ultimately mobilise participants, utilisation of various media platforms need to be maximised.

The graduate will be based at the SANAC secretariat office in Hatfield. This will be a great learning opportunity for the graduate who will benefit from the expertise, skills and experience held by SANAC secretariat colleagues through a planned mentorship.

Graduate will familiarise themselves with the entirety of SANAC and the national She Conquers campaign including DREAMS, the Global Fund Programme for young women and girls and the KfW programme on young women in Buffalo City

Engage with girls and young women on the ground and facilitate community dialogues to inform the development on an advocacy agenda and social media strategy for girls and young women programming

Support the development of an internal SANAC communications, advocacy and social media guideline

Guide and support the implementation of the social media campaign and community advocacy campaign, including live feeds of events and engagements

Develop relevant material and messaging to mobilise and create excitement for the national campaign at the community level particularly amongst girls and young women

Identify opportunities to highlight campaign activities and achievements in the media and communities and attend events on behalf of SANAC

Track social media presence and influence in the uptake by beneficiaries of campaign package of services

Capture stories of young women, programme beneficiaries and stakeholders implementing She Conquers for the purpose of informing planning, documenting programmes, and advocacy purposes.


Recently graduated or currently studying towards a degree in Media Studies, Public Relations or related degree
Communications experience would be advantageous
Social media knowledge
South African National
Between 18-30 years
Proficiency in writing and oral communication
Strong understanding of the social issues faced by girls and young women in South Africa
Willing to travel
Closing date: Close of Business, Friday, 16 September 2016.

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

Pick n Pay Graduates Programme

Pick n Pay Graduates Programme

Applications for the 2017 Pick n Pay Graduate Programme are now open.

As a world-class retailer, Pick n Pay strives to employ the brightest and most promising talent to help us maintain our leadership position.

The company believes in the potential of youth and invest heavily in attracting and identifying future leaders through the annual graduate programme.

Buying and Store Operations are the two critical areas of focus for next year’s programme.

These functions are the lifeblood of the Pick n Pay business and require self-motivated and driven individuals who are keen and quick to learn.

Store Operations is perfect for those who thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.

The focus is on creating the perfect shopping experience for our customers.

Buying is equally dynamic and market-responsive, but requires a keen analytical mind and detail orientation.

Customer shopping patterns, product range, pricing, promotions and negotiating the best deals with suppliers define this important part of our business.

Successful candidates are enrolled in an intensive 12-month graduate programme delivered in partnership with Wits Business School and accomplished industry experts.

In addition to providing practical business experience, the programme instills and hones the appropriate technical and people skills crucial to today’s workplace.

Completion of the programme will result in an NQF 8 qualification — the equivalent of an honours degree.

These graduate programmes will be run in Johannesburg. Applicants therefore must either reside or be studying in Gauteng.


We’re looking for ambitious, hard-working, proven achievers who desire to build a lasting, rewarding career in a blue-chip company like Pick n Pay.

Ideal candidates for the Buying programme must hold a degree or diploma with a major in economics, statistics, maths or accountancy.

And for the Store Operations programme, graduates must have a retail degree or diploma.

Copy of ID
Copy of matric certificate
Most recent academic results
The title of the e-mail should contain “Graduate — Buyers” when applying for the Buyers programme and “Graduate — Store ops” when applying for the Store Operations programme.

The closing date for all applications is 19 September 2016.

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

SAB Learnerships

SAB Learnerships

The South African Breweries (SAB) invites applications for Sales Learnership opportunities in Groblersdal or Waltloo. You will receive a National Certificate (NQF 4).

Through the completion of the Learnership, they will receive a National Certificate (NQF 4).

The purpose of the job is 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.

The position is a fixed term contract from 01 Nov 2016 until 31 Oct 2017.

The learner will be exposed to:

Customer Development
Asset Management
AMPPS Delivery

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
Ability to work in a flexible working environment (working on week-ends)
The candidates shortlisted will be required to reside in Groblersdal or Waltloo


Applications close on 16 September 2016

Transnet Learnerships

Real Estate Young Professional-in-Training

Transnet requires you to provide a lease administration function and general administrative support to the management of the Real Estate Department to ensure the smooth and effective running of the department.

Position outputs :

• Prepare advertisements for properties to be leased out.
• Prepare tender documents and evaluation criteria.
• Facilitate preparation of documents for evalution process.
• Prepare submission for the award of lease and compile submission pack.
• Request valuation reports from Property Valuers.
• Request Lease plans from Design Centre
• Filing and maintaining of records.
• Receiving customer queries and dealing with them appropriately.
• Responding to emails and correspondence in a timely manner.
• Prepare source documents for capture on SAP for invoicing.
• Prepare lease agreements for signature.
• Monitor lease agreements to ensure rent reviews are done on time.
• Maintain lease register

Qualifications & Experience :

• M + 3 year National Diploma or Degree. (Real Estate or Commercial Field), or

• Real Estate Certificate, or

• SAPOA Property Development

• Programme Certificate

Closing Date: 16 September 2016

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

Department of Public Works Internships

Department of Public Works Internships

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Public Works hereby invites applications for internship programme that exists within the Department.

The Internship Programme offers students that have already received a certificate of completion from the academic institution practical experience in the work place to increase their employment opportunities.

The Internship Programme will run for a period of one (1) year.

The stipend for the internships is as follows;

Applicants with Bachelor’s Degrees in the built environment will receive R21,856 per month.
Applicants with a B.Com (Accounting) will receive an amount of R4989.51 per month.
A total of 17 internship opportunities are available to applicants in possession of Bachelor’s Degrees in the following fields based at the Head Office in Pietermaritzburg;

Mechanical Engineering – Ref No ME08/2016 – (2 x Interns)
Structural Engineering – Ref No SE 08/2016 – (3 x Interns)
Electrical Engineering – Ref No EE 08/2016 – (3 x Interns)
Architecture – Ref No Arc08/2016 – (2 x Interns)
Quantity Surveying – Ref No QS08/2016 (2 x Interns)
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) – Ref No BCom08/2016 (5 x Interns)
Applicants must satisfy the following requirements:

Provide a CV and certified proof of the qualification they have obtained.

Be unemployed and only applicants who have never served an internship previously will be considered.

Provide an affidavit in this respect signed by a Commissioner of Oaths.

Should be between 18 and 35 years of age.

Must be South African citizens residing in KwaZulu-Natal. Must provide proof of residential address (original municipality account, bank statement, original letter from Tribal Authority or Councillor).

Preference will be given to unemployed youth in the rural areas, especially women and people with a disability

Applications for the internship programme must be submitted with completed and signed Z83 Z83 Form - CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM

Z83 Form - CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM application forms quoting the reference number indicated above.

Closing date is 28 September 2016.

You can also apply online

SAPPI Learnerships

SAPPI Learnerships/Internships

SAPPI is looking to assist prospective Pulp and Paper or Chemical Engineering candidates in completing practical's work period in Pulp and Paper manufacturing industry

This opportunity is for x3 intake and based in Nelspruit.

Internships Requirements

Completed S4 Pulp and Paper
Completed S4 Chemical Engineering
Academic Transcript must be attached with CV
Job Specification

Ngodwana mill is offering 24 months in-service training to prospective candidates who have completed their S4 with the view to qualifying in Pulp and Paper or Chemical Engineering

Skills Required

Work under pressure
Planning and organizing
Literacy in Microsoft Office, Excel, Power Point and Outlook
Customer Service driven
Closing Date: 23 September 2016

How To Apply?

Please apply online here.

Mastercard Foundation Bursaries

Mastercard Foundation Bursaries

The MasterCard Foundation has partnered with the University of Cape Town (UCT) to provide 300 scholarships over 10 years to academically talented yet economically disadvantaged students from Sub-Saharan Africa for study at UCT.

In order to apply for The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program, applicants must first apply to the UCT for academic study and placement.

At the point of selection, the applicant should have a conditional/firm offer from the University of Cape Town

The following required supporting documents must be attached/uploaded to the undergraduate scholarship application form:

Certified copy of Identity Document, Passport or Refugee Papers
Applicant’s Curriculum Vitae (CV) of no more than two (2) A4 pages using the following points as context:

Participation in Extra-Curricular Activities
Skills and Interests
Academic and/or Professional Experience
Certified copies of all Secondary education transcripts
Applicants will be required to produce translated copies of all academic transcripts where English is not the primary language
2 Academic Referee Reports
Academic referee reports must be presented in the English language
Referees may attach additional pages or documentation in support of the recommendation on the official institutional letterhead with original signature, stamp and date in support of the applicant
Applicants’ are required to submit an essay of no more than 2000 words using the following points as context:

In which ways do you envisage contributing to the economic growth and social development of your country and Africa on completion of your studies, using your education as leverage?
Explain any community service activities you have been involved in.
List the qualities that, for you, define leadership and elaborate on leadership initiatives that you have undertaken.
Shortlisted applicants will be notified and will be required to submit documentary evidence of the information provided on the scholarship application form

Closing Date: 30 September 2016

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

Tshepo Scholarships

Tshepo Scholarships

Are you a Matriculant interested in getting funds for an education to start your careers in Information Technology?

The Tshepo Scholarship has been established to support students with a genuine interest in pursuing higher education in Information Technology or relevant studies in South Africa.

Scholarships are available to students who:

Are planning to pursue a degree or diploma in Information Technology at an accredited South African Public University.
A South African Citizen.

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

Nestle Internships

Nestle Internships Programme

The Nestlé Graduate Development Programme is an initiative that we invest in as it is a feeder into our business talent pipeline for various functional streams. Each year Nestlé South Africa welcomes graduates from around the country to our programme.

Some graduates are driven by the head, others by the heart - by a passion to make an impact on the world and shape a business.

Graduates are taken through a 24-month rotational development programme that provides an introduction to the working world of Nestlé, as well as a strong foundation for further development.

You should be willing to take on these challenges and contribute from day one.

In the program, you'll typically work at two factories across South Africa where you'll apply your skills within teams responsible for a variety of areas such as improving equipment reliability, optimisation of infrastructure and industrial services, or commissioning of new plants and technologies.

You’ll learn how to handle complex issues, make crucial decisions, and manage large and varied projects.


• Must be Computer Literate (MS Office)
• Over 70% academic average
• Shows a drive to achieve ambitious performance objectives and quality standards
• Willing to take every opportunity to learn and grow
• South African Citizen or Permanent Residency in RSA


An accredited BSc / BTech Food Science / Food Technology


An accredited BSc / BTech Food Science / Food Technology


An accredited Honours in Industrial Engineering / Supply Chain Management / Applied Maths and Statistics


An accredited BComm Accounting / Financial Accounting / Management Accounting, BTech Cost & Management Accounting

Nestle Finance Graduate / Internship Opportunity

An accredited BSc / BTech Degree in Microbiology & Biochemistry


An accredited BSc / BTech Mechanical / Electrical Engineering

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An accredited BA / B Comm Degree majoring in Human Resources or HR related field (i.e. Psychology, Industrial Psychology – completed)


• An accredited Honours / BCom majoring in Economics or Marketing

• An accredited Honours in Business Science

Nestle Sales & Marketing Graduate / Internship Opportunity
Should you not receive a response within 2 months from the date of your application please consider your application as unsuccessful.

All applications MUST quote the reference number stated above.

Closing Date: 09 September 2016

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

National Treasury Internships

National Treasury Internships

Graduate recruits will be part of a supportive environment allowing for continuous development.

Qualify as a Chartered Accountant through the National Treasury’s Chartered Accountants Academy (CAA)

The National Treasury is committed to youth and skills development in South Africa.

It provides graduates an opportunity to gain meaningful workplace experience to complement their studies.

The Graduate Development Programme is directed at those who have or are in the process of completing their studies.

To qualify for the CAA, candidates must have completed or be in their final year of completing the Certificate in the Theory of Accounting (CTA), Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting (PGDA) or B.Com Accounting Honours, which will enable them to write the qualifying board examination.


The National Treasury team will be embarking on recruitment drives at universities around the country.

Look out for further information around campus or at your university’s careers office.

Closing date: 30 September 2016

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

Caxton Learnerships

Caxton Learnerships

Caxton invites applications for a 12-month advertising sales training and practical work experience program in print and digital local media.

A position is based at each of the following locations.

Please only apply if you reside in close proximity of one of the below mentioned locations:


West Rand - Roodepoort
Joburg Industria
Joburg NW – Honeydew
Joburg North - Craighall
Joburg South – Alberton
East Rand – Boksburg

Kwazulu Natal:






Western Cape:


Successful applicants will receive practical training at a Caxton Local Newspaper branch (as per above) with support and guidance from experienced sales mentors.

Theoretical training will be provided at Caxton's Training Academy in Johannesburg.

Alongside the unique learning experience, this is an opportunity to also make lifelong contacts.

Applicants are required to submit the following certified copies of documentation:

• SA identity document
• Driver's licence
• Grade 12 certificate and any tertiary qualifications in marketing or related fields of study
• One-page letter of motivation including the area for which you are applying as per above list (Eg: Boksburg)


Grade 12 Certificate
South African Citizen 21 to 30 years of age

Diploma/degree in marketing or any other related field;
Driver’s license & the use of a vehicle
Closing date for applications is 7th October 2016.

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

Gibela Bursaries

Gibela Bursaries

These bursaries are granted for one year, renewable on an annual basis, based on academic performance. Current S1/S2 (National Diploma), 1st/2nd year degree candidates are encouraged to apply.

Gibela is a new, exciting, empowered South African company, charged with building South Africa’s new commuter trains right here in South Africa, by South Africans, over the next 10 years.

In doing so, Gibela will revitalise South Africa’s once proud railway industry.


• A South African citizen with a South African bar-coded identity document

• Enrolled or intending to enrol at a South African university, university of technology or technical vocational education and training (TVET) institution

• In need of financial assistance

• Able to demonstrate potential for academic success

Apply for a 2017 Gibela Bursary which covers:

• Full tuition

• A book allowance



• Matriculation with exemption in mathematics, science and accounting at Level 6, and English at Level 5

• Written proof of acceptance for admission to a South African university or university of technology


• Electrical, electronic, mechanical, metallurgical and industrial engineering

• Computer science and information technology

• Accounting

• Supply chain

Interested, qualifying applicants should send:

• a short curriculum vitae

• certified copies of their academic records

• a certified copy of their South African identity document

Email: or Fax: 086 609-7183


• Matriculation with mathematics, science, and English at Level 4

• Written proof of acceptance for admission to a South African TVET institution


• Boiler-makers
• Electricians
• Mechanics
• Fitters and turners
• Millwrights
• Welders
• Pattern-makers
• Vehicle-builders
• Plumbers
• Control and instrumentation technicians

These bursaries are granted for one year, renewable on an annual basis, based on academic performance

Current N3/N4 candidates are encouraged to apply

How to Apply:

Interested, qualifying applicants should send:

• a short curriculum vitae
• certified copies of their academic records
• a certified copy of their South African identity document

Email: or Fax: 086 246-2666

If you have not heard from us by 30 November 2016, your application has not been successful.

Closing date for applications: 30 August 2016

Alfred Nzo Municipality Bursaries

Alfred Nzo Municipality Bursaries

Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified persons for external bursary programme for 2017 Academic year.

Alfred District Municipality bursary funds the following scarce and critical skills:

BSc : Community Water Services and Sanitation, BSc Water Resource Management or any other water and sanitation related qualification
Civil/ Building Engineering
Town and Regional Planning
Environmental Management
Environmental Health Management
Geographic Information System
Information Communication Technology / BSc Computer Science
Conditions of Eligibility

Preference will be given to disadvantaged individuals, and proof thereof must be provided.

Students residing within Alfred Nzo area of jurisdiction
Youth between ages 16-35
Students who are financially needy and academic deserving
Students who are intending to study at a recognised South African tertiary institution for the aforementioned fields.

Applicants should submit the following documents with the application forms:

Motivation letter
Grade 12 certificate or latest results for current grade 12 leaners
Proof of enrolment or acceptance letter from recognised tertiary institution
Certified copy of ID
Proof of residence from Ward Councillor
Parents proof of income/death certificate(s) affidavit in cases where the student does not have one or both parents.
Application forms are below.

ANDM Offices, local municipalities,(Umzimvubu, Matatiele, Ntabankulu, and Mbizana) and Ward Councillors.

Successful students are expected to enter into a contractual agreement with Alfred Nzo District Municipality.

The agreement contains all general provisions related to the bursary.

Alfred Nzo District Municipality reserves the right to determine the total number of bursary allocations for the academic year based on the total budget available.

Applications must be submitted to: The Acting Senior Manager Corporate Services, Alfred Nzo District Municipality, ERF 1400 Ntsizwa Street, Private Bag X 511, Mount Ayliff 4735.

All queries should be directed to Ms. A.N. Zibobo: Human Resource Development Section by telephone on (039) 254 5112/5026.

Closing Date: 13 January 2017

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

Illovo Sugar Bursaries

Illovo Sugar Bursaries

Illovo Sugar Limited makes bursaries available for student who intend furthering their studies beyond Matriculation.

Who Must Apply for Illovo Bursaries

Current students at university (completed 1st year)
Grade 12 learners
Matric students must have passed Maths, Science and English
University of Technology students are also eligible to apply

Illovo Bursary Value

University tuition fees
Registration fees
Exam fees
University accommodation
Residence meals
Book and pocket money

Engineering and Built Environment

BEng or BSc Engineering (Chemical)
BEng or BSc Engineering (Mechanical)
BEng or BSc Engineering (Electrical)
BEng or BSc Engineering (Electronic),

Selection Process

Selection decision,

How to Apply?

Applications available at Illovo Sugar

Bursary Equiries:
031 508 4300
Illovo Sugar Limited
PO Box 194

SACEMA Bursaries (External)

SACEMA External Bursaries

SACEMA invites applications for bursaries to study towards MSc or PhD degrees, based at and supervised from any institution in South Africa, in fields relating to epidemiological modelling and biostatistics.

(Note: There is another call and associated application process for Internal Bursaries. If you intend to be based in Stellenbosch and supervised through SACEMA, you should respond to the Internal Bursary call here.)

A background in quantitative methods is required, and interdisciplinary experience is welcome.
Previous exposure to SACEMA's core research areas will be an advantage, and priority will be given to applicants demonstrating high motivation and affinities for the following areas in which SACEMA's current projects lie:

HIV surveillance; in particular, incidence estimation methods and their application.
Transmission and spread of sexually transmitted infections; in particular, the role of age-disparate relationships and inference of sexual networks from multiple data sources.
Antiretroviral treatment outcomes; in particular, treatment resistance and immunology.
Evaluating options for the control and prevention of infectious diseases; in particular, strategies to eliminate HIV and TB transmission.

Zoonotic and vector borne diseases; in particular, the impact of climate change on tsetse-borne trypanosomiasis.

Interactions between infectious diseases and chronic conditions, at the scale of individuals or populations.

Demographic and health system implications of changing patterns of mortality and disease.
Disease processes at the individual level; in particular, development of cancer and mechanisms of TB reactivation.

Closing Date: 17 October 2016

How To Apply?

Apply online here

Toyota Learnerships Opportunities

Toyota Learnerships Opportunities

Programme: Learnership
Location - Country: South Africa
Location - Province: KwaZulu-Natal
Location - Town / City: Durban
Purpose of the programme:
Upon completion, candidates will be awarded with an NQF Level 2 certification.
Minimum Qualifications

Qualifications and Experience

Mechanical Trades: NTC3 or Technical Matric with the following subjects:

• Mathematics
• Physical Science Science
• Engineering Drawing/ Graphic Design
• And a trade related subject (mechanical)

Electrical Trade: NTC3 or Technical Matric with the following subjects:

• Mathematics
• Physical Science
• Engineering Drawing/ Graphic Design
• Electro – Technology/ Industrial Electronics
• And a trade related subject.

How To Apply?

Apply online here

TETA Bursaries

TETA Bursaries

The Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) is offering bursaries and invites all talented and high performing unemployed full-time learners to apply for financial assistance.

Learners eligible for bursaries: those who are currently registered or planning to be registered with TVETs, HETs, Accredited Aviation Schools, Accredited Diving Schools as well as learners who completed or will complete matric (Senior Certificate) and plan to commence studies in 2017.

Learners are advised to apply for bursaries in line with study programmes listed below and on the TETA website.

NOTE: Learners currently studying at Institutions of Higher Learning are required to apply through their respective Institutions. The list of institutions and contact details are available here.


(N1-N6) or ND or B degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering
(N1-N6) or National Diploma or B Degree in Mechanical Engineering
B Degree in Aeronautical Engineering
National Diploma or B Degree in Business Management
Commercial Pilot License
Instructor’s Rating
Instrument Rating
B Com in Aviation
National Diploma or B degree in Logistics Management
National Diploma in Operations Management
National Diploma in Health and/or Safety Management
National Diploma or B Degree in Road Transport Management
B Degree in Supply Chain Management
National Diploma or B degree in Transportation Management
B degree in Transport Economics
Commercial Divers, Class 11,111 and IV
Degree in Mechanical Engineering: (Maritime)
National Diploma : Maritime Studies
Applicants must be South African citizens and be at the age of 35 years or below.

Funding will only be applicable to applicants applying for studies related to the list provided and that should lead to a full academic qualification for the applicable courses.

The bursary will cover tuition, accommodation accredited by an academic institution, books and meals as per TETA Direct Learner Bursary Policy and Funding Model.

The bursary award targets previously disadvantaged and impoverished youth (35 years old and younger) from rural and urban communities within South Africa, females and people with disabilities.

Closing date is 30 September 2016 at 16h30.

Below the application forms which contains a list of qualifications to be funded, guidelines and terms and conditions for the bursaries and other relevant documents.

Application forms must be completed in full.

Applicants should clearly state on the application form the chosen course of study, duration of study, cost per year and current year of study.

Applications should be accompanied by documents as per the checklist attached to the application form.

Fully and correctly completed application forms may be submitted in the following ways: Via Post Private Bag X 10016, Randburg 2125, Hand delivery to TETA Office listed below:

Gauteng Office: No 344, Pretoria Avenue, Randburg, Attention: Mpho Langa: SD & LP Unit, Hand delivery can also be done to: TETA offices listed below: KwaZulu Natal Office: 2nd Floor, 67 KE Masinga Road, Durban 4001, 031 301 9614 (Att: Ndumiso Nzama), Western Cape Office: WBHO House, Glen Roy Road, Pinelands 7430, 021 531 3064 (Att: Zaida Sampson), Limpopo Office: Capricon College for FET, Senwabarwana Campus, Senwabarwana Main Road, Bochum, (Att: Thandazile Mabuya), Vhembe TVET College: Techniven, Makwarela Campus (Att: Phumudzo Muronga), Lephalale TVET College: C/o Nelson Mandela & Ngoako Ramatlhodi Drive, Onverwacht, Lephalale, at tel: (014) 763 2252 Ext 221 (Att: Phaswane Lebogang Sewela) For any enquiries, please contact: (011) 577 7033 / 7018.
Only successful candidates will be communicated to. If you do not hear from TETA by the end of January 2017, please consider your application to be unsuccessful.

NSFAS Bursaries

NSFAS Bursaries

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is inviting applications for the 2017 academic year. Grade 12 learners and post-matrics may submit applications.

The NSFAS Student Centred Model has been live from 1 August 2016.

However, students who were not previously funded or not funded in 2016 will only be able to apply from 1 September.

Applications close on 30 November.

“All new applications (matriculants) must be submitted directly to NSFAS online ( Students who have never received NSFAS funding must apply online. All students who were previously funded by NSFAS and are not funded in 2016 must apply online.

“All students who have signed their Loan Agreement Forms (LAF) or Schedule of Particulars (SOP) for 2016 and are currently receiving NSFAS funding do not have to reapply.

“Funding will be granted provided the funded student meets the NSFAS academic requirements,” said NSFAS.

All funded NSFAS students are requested to update their information online. Students must log onto and create the MyNSFAS account to verify their details.

“Matriculants who have already submitted their NSFAS applications before 1 August 2016 to any university or Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college must not reapply. The institution will send your application directly to NSFAS Head Office,” said NSFAS.

All paper application forms can be sent to NSFAS Head Office in Cape Town either by email to or fax 086 644 2822 or by post to: The 2017 Online Applications, NSFAS Loans & Bursaries Department, Private Bag X4, Plumstead, 7801.

For further details, applicants can contact NSFAS Offices on 0860 067 327 (share call) or -

Unilever Learnerships

Unilever Learnerships

The Future Leaders Programme is designed to grow you into a manager, through hands-on learning alongside world-class experts.

Get the work experience you’re dreaming of at Unilever, SA’s number 1 Fast Moving Consumer Goods and manufacturing company!

The Unilever Future Leaders Programme is about developing tomorrow’s leaders, today.

It’s designed to grow you into a manager, through hands-on learning alongside world-class experts.

You’ll be hired into a function and develop your leadership skills by working on live projects which offer you all the experience you need to become ready for your first management role.

Unilever Future Leaders Program is the best choice to develop you as a dynamic BUSINESS LEADER of the future with huge DIFFERENCES, enabling you to grow and make a POSITIVE impact not only on your PROFESSIONAL and PERSONAL life but also on PEOPLE around you.

When you join Unilever, you’ll be working on live projects and gaining experience at one of the world’s most competitive and successful consumer goods companies.

Unilever Future Leader Programmes:

Research & Development
Supply Chain
Customer Development
During your three years on the programme, your line manager will formally appraise your performance at regular intervals and provide feedback and coaching to build on your key strengths and development areas.


To qualify you must have a relevant Bachelors degree in the above mentioned fields with less than one year of work experience

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

SABC Learnerships

SABC Learnerships

SABC is providing an exciting opportunity to aspirant, vibrant and energetic individuals who have completed Grade 12. This learnership programme will provide successful applicants with competencies that will prepare them for a career in Film & Television Production.

We encourage applicants from disadvantage and non-disadvantage backgrounds to apply for this learnership.


Admission Requirements:-

• Meet the minimal requirements of the qualification
o Grade 12 Certificate o Physical Science and Maths
o Communication and language competence
o Computer literacy

• Be a South African citizen between the ages 18 - 35
• Be unemployed and not registered on any other Learnership, internship and/or WIL
• Residents from Gauteng Province


• A concise 2 page CV
• Certified copy of ID
• Certified copy of Grade 12 Certificate
• Proof of residence
• Completed application form

You are also welcome to apply if you have Film & Television experience, with no qualification and unemployed.

Closing Date: 24 August 2016

How To Apply?

Apply online here.