NSFAS Notice: Sign Your NSFAS Agreement Form


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The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has reminded first year students, who have qualified to get a bursary from the NSFAS, to ensure that they have signed their agreements by 31 July 2018.

New bursary agreements for NSFAS recipients

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NSFAS recently announced that it was implementing its new National Student Financial Aid Scheme Bursary Agreement (NBA) after government’s fee-free education announcement.

The NBA is only applicable to first-time entering students and senior students who applied to NSFAS for the first time this year.

NSFAS sent an email notification to students from the universities of Cape Town, Sol Plaatjie, Mfolozi, Port Elizabeth and Motheo technical vocational education and training colleges in early May.

Notifications will be sent to all other universities and colleges through the course of the year.

The email notification contains a link, which students must click and it takes them to an online version of the NBA, which they have to sign by the deadline. Each student will receive the email directly.

 “NSFAS is concerned that the process is moving slowly. By 15 May, we had generated 37 893 NBAs, but only 5 063 had been signed,” the scheme said in a statement.

Affected students who fail to sign the NBA by 31 July 2018 will not have their bursaries paid.

The NBA also has new terms and conditions which students need to adhere to.

Students who sign an NBA:

How to sign the NBA

All students affected by the NSFAS NBA have to sign the new bursary agreement by 31 July 2018.

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The NBA can be signed online or manually.

–          Online signing process

·         You will receive an email from the NSFAS.

·         The email will contain a link. Click this link. You will be directed to an online portal.

·         Input your ID number. The system will send an SMS to you, which contains a One Time Pin (OTP). The OTP will be sent to the cell phone number that you registered with the NSFAS.

·         Use the OTP to sign the NBA online.

·         When you have done this, you will see a notification that says that the NBA terms and conditions have been submitted.

–          Manual signing process

If the online signing option is not functioning optimally, the NSFAS will make a manual NBA available for onsite physical signing. This will be driven by the NSFAS Servicing Team at the scheme’s offices.

This option should only be used as a last resort as manual forms will delay approval and payment.

“We encourage all institutions to assist us to get students to sign the NBA by the required deadline,” NSFAS said in a statement.

If your cell phone number has changed you must email a certified copy of your green barcoded ID or smart card and an affidavit stating that you have changed your number and indicating your new number to uds@nsfas.org.za.

For more information, contact the NSFAS at 0860 067 327 or 021 763 3200.

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SAPS Police Trainees – Limpopo 22/05/2018


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South African Police Service 
Suid-Afrikaanse Polisiediens

Police Trainees
Remuneration Level: R4500 per month

POLICE TRAINEES BASIC REQUIREMENTS:

VACANCIES: POLICE TRAINEES
The South African Police Service invites applications from all races and gender for Enlistment in the Basic Police Development Learning Programme (BPDLP) from young, energetic, intelligent, physically and mentally fit individuals, dedicated to serving their country by pursuing a career in policing.

Basic enlistment requirements:Young South African men and women who apply to be appointed as a member in terms of the South African Police Service Act, 1995 (Act no 68 of 1995) must:

  1. under oath or by way of a solemn declaration that the information furnished in the application form is true and correct;
  2. Be a South African citizen of which documentary proof must be furnished;
  3. Be at least eighteen (18) and underthirty (30) years of age of which documentary proof must be furnished (APPLICANTS MUST BE UNDER THE AGE OF 30 YEARS BEFORE THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT);
  4. Be in possession of a Grade 12 school certificate or National Certificate (Vocational) Safety in Society of which documentary proof must be furnished (2017 Matriculants are welcome to apply and before enlistment proof of successful completion of Grade 12 (Senior Certificate) must be submitted. As an interim arrangement kindly submit proof of Statement of Symbols, reflecting a pass rate for Senior Certificate); An aggregate of “4” and above in English may serve as an advantage;
  5. Must be in possession of a valid light motor vehicle driver’s licence. Only 10% of the total allocation of trainees will be allowed without a driver’s licence;
  6. Submit himself or herself to a physical medical examination as determined by the National Commissioner and must be found to be physically and mentally fit for appointment in the post for which he or she applies;
  7. Undergo a psychological assessment as determined by the National Commissioner and be found to comply with the profile of a police official;
  8. Be proficient in at least two of the official languages, of which one must be English;
  9. Be prepared to take the oath of office;
  10. Be prepared to undergo such training as determined by the National Commissioner;
  11. Not have any tattoo marks of which will be visible when wearing the SAPS summer uniform;
  12. Have no previous criminal convictions and/or pending criminal, civil, disciplinary cases and such person shall allow his or her fingerprints to be taken and allow background enquiries to be made;
  13. Not have been declared unfit to possess a firearm;
  14. Be prepared to serve anywhere in the Republic;
  15. Must have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of less than 30; and Male applicants must have a Waist circumference  __<102cm and Female applicants must have a Waist circumference of __<  88cm.</li>

All applicants will be subjected to a fitness, psychometric and integrity testing as well as medical evaluation and will be interviewed during the recruitment, selection and enlistment process. The SAPS will also verify the criminal record, qualifications, driver’s license, citizenship and residential address of each applicant.

Applicants in possession of valid driver’s license for at least a light motor vehicle will receive preference.

Applicants will be subjected to a vetting process which will include security screening and fingerprint verification.

Applicants who previously served in a Government Department and who were dismissed as a result of misconduct are excluded.

In view of the physical demands of the Basic Police Development Learning Programme, applicants with chronic diseases, physical impairments or any other health condition that may lead to interruption of the training programme, will be excluded from participation in the programme. Such applicants’ failure to disclose the conditions will result in their withdrawal from the programme on the determination thereof.

The Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Amendment Act, Act 37 of 2013 requires that all new appointments in the South African Police Service as from 31st of January 2015 provide a buccal (inside cheek) sample in order to determine their forensic DNA profile. The forensic DNA profile derived from the sample will be loaded to the Elimination Index of the National Forensic DNA Database.
The PROGRAMME shall consist of three phases:

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Induction Phase
One (1) month at a designated police station;
Basic Training Phase
Eight (8) months Basic Training at a designated SAPS Academy (with practical training at a designated police station);
Probation Phase
After successful completion of the Induction and the Basic training Phases, the police trainee shall be appointed as a member of the Service under probation for a period of 12 months.

During the Basic Training Phase of the PROGRAMME the Service shall provide free training gear, meals and accommodation to the police trainee.
Trainees will also receive medical aid benefits for the duration of the 21 month Basic Training Learning Programme. Upon successful completion of the Basic Training Learning Programme, trainees will be considered for permanent appointment as members of the SAPS.

Remuneration during the Probation Phase (on completion of the training period) will be on the first notch of Band A (currently R164 109 per annum). In addition to this, appointees will receive the applicable service benefits.

Core Functions:Successful candidates will serve as functional police officials. As such, they will be deployed to carry out one or more of the following functions:
* Prevent, combat and investigate crime, * Maintain public order, * Protect and secure the inhabitants of the Republic and their property, * Uphold and enforce the law
Basic Police Development Learning Programme (BPDLP)

Successful applicants will participate in the Basic Police Development Learning Programme (hereafter referred to as the PROGRAMME) for a period of 21 (twenty one) months.
Remuneration for Induction Phase and Basic Training Phase will be a stipend of R4500-00.

How to apply:

  • Application forms are obtainable at all local police stations. The application form must be completed in your own handwriting and must be handed in at your nearest police station.
  • Applicants must take note of the fact that application forms and employment are not for sale and any payment offered by an applicant or promises provided in this regard will be investigated and may lead to criminal prosecution. Applicants may report such incidents to the National Anti-Corruption Line at telephone number: 0800 701 701.
  • Specify the post which you are applying for.
  • Make sure you have signed your application form.
  1. Attach certified copies of your: *ID Document, *Driver’s license, *Matric/Senior Certificate (Grade 12 certificate *Additional qualifications, *Proof of residence.
  2. You are advised to apply for posts within your province, close to your place of residence.
  3. Visit your nearest police stations in order to obtain application forms.
  1. Application forms must be hand delivered to
  2. Your nearest Police Station (HRM office)

Closing date: 15 JUNE 2018

Correspondence will be conducted with successful candidates only.
The South African Police Service is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity through the filling of these posts. The South African Police Service is under no obligation to fill the advertised posts.
If you have not received feedback from the South African Police Service within 3 months of the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.


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SAPS Police Trainees – Free State 22/05/2018


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Police Trainees
Remuneration Level: R4500 per month

POLICE TRAINEES BASIC REQUIREMENTS:
South African Police Service 
Suid-Afrikaanse Polisiediens

VACANCIES: POLICE TRAINEES
The South African Police Service invites applications from all races and gender for Enlistment in the Basic Police Development Learning Programme (BPDLP) from young, energetic, intelligent, physically and mentally fit individuals, dedicated to serving their country by pursuing a career in policing.

Basic enlistment requirements:Young South African men and women who apply to be appointed as a member in terms of the South African Police Service Act, 1995 (Act no 68 of 1995) must:

  1. Apply on the application form determined by the National Commissioner and affirm under oath or by way of a solemn declaration that the information furnished in the application form is true and correct;
  2. Be a South African citizen of which documentary proof must be furnished;
  3. Be at least eighteen (18) and underthirty (30) years of age of which documentary proof must be furnished (APPLICANTS MUST BE UNDER THE AGE OF 30 YEARS BEFORE THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT);
  4. Be in possession of a Grade 12 school certificate or National Certificate (Vocational) Safety in Society of which documentary proof must be furnished (2017 Matriculants are welcome to apply and before enlistment proof of successful completion of Grade 12 (Senior Certificate) must be submitted. As an interim arrangement kindly submit proof of Statement of Symbols, reflecting a pass rate for Senior Certificate); An aggregate of “4” and above in English may serve as an advantage;
  5. Must be in possession of a valid light motor vehicle driver’s licence. Only 10% of the total allocation of trainees will be allowed without a driver’s licence;
  6. Submit himself or herself to a physical medical examination as determined by the National Commissioner and must be found to be physically and mentally fit for appointment in the post for which he or she applies;
  7. Undergo a psychological assessment as determined by the National Commissioner and be found to comply with the profile of a police official;
  8. Be proficient in at least two of the official languages, of which one must be English;
  9. Be prepared to take the oath of office;
  10. Be prepared to undergo such training as determined by the National Commissioner;
  11. Not have any tattoo marks of which will be visible when wearing the SAPS summer uniform;
  12. Have no previous criminal convictions and/or pending criminal, civil, disciplinary cases and such person shall allow his or her fingerprints to be taken and allow background enquiries to be made;
  13. Not have been declared unfit to possess a firearm;
  14. Be prepared to serve anywhere in the Republic;
  15. Must have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of less than 30; and Male applicants must have a Waist circumference  __<102cm and Female applicants must have a Waist circumference of __<  88cm.</li>

All applicants will be subjected to a fitness, psychometric and integrity testing as well as medical evaluation and will be interviewed during the recruitment, selection and enlistment process. The SAPS will also verify the criminal record, qualifications, driver’s license, citizenship and residential address of each applicant.

Applicants in possession of valid driver’s license for at least a light motor vehicle will receive preference.

Applicants will be subjected to a vetting process which will include security screening and fingerprint verification.

Applicants who previously served in a Government Department and who were dismissed as a result of misconduct are excluded.

In view of the physical demands of the Basic Police Development Learning Programme, applicants with chronic diseases, physical impairments or any other health condition that may lead to interruption of the training programme, will be excluded from participation in the programme. Such applicants’ failure to disclose the conditions will result in their withdrawal from the programme on the determination thereof.

The Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Amendment Act, Act 37 of 2013 requires that all new appointments in the South African Police Service as from 31st of January 2015 provide a buccal (inside cheek) sample in order to determine their forensic DNA profile. The forensic DNA profile derived from the sample will be loaded to the Elimination Index of the National Forensic DNA Database.

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Basic Police Development Learning Programme (BPDLP)

Successful applicants will participate in the Basic Police Development Learning Programme (hereafter referred to as the PROGRAMME) for a period of 21 (twenty one) months.
Remuneration for Induction Phase and Basic Training Phase will be a stipend of R4500-00.

The PROGRAMME shall consist of three phases:

  1. Induction Phase

One (1) month at a designated police station;

  1. Basic Training Phase

Eight (8) months Basic Training at a designated SAPS Academy (with practical training at a designated police station);

  1. Probation Phase

After successful completion of the Induction and the Basic training Phases, the police trainee shall be appointed as a member of the Service under probation for a period of 12 months.

During the Basic Training Phase of the PROGRAMME the Service shall provide free training gear, meals and accommodation to the police trainee.
Trainees will also receive medical aid benefits for the duration of the 21 month Basic Training Learning Programme. Upon successful completion of the Basic Training Learning Programme, trainees will be considered for permanent appointment as members of the SAPS.

Remuneration during the Probation Phase (on completion of the training period) will be on the first notch of Band A (currently R164 109 per annum). In addition to this, appointees will receive the applicable service benefits.

Core Functions: Successful candidates will serve as functional police officials. As such, they will be deployed to carry out one or more of the following functions:
* Prevent, combat and investigate crime, * Maintain public order, * Protect and secure the inhabitants of the Republic and their property, * Uphold and enforce the law

How to apply:

  • Application forms are obtainable at all local police stations. The application form must be completed in your own handwriting and must be handed in at your nearest police station.
  • Applicants must take note of the fact that application forms and employment are not for sale and any payment offered by an applicant or promises provided in this regard will be investigated and may lead to criminal prosecution. Applicants may report such incidents to the National Anti-Corruption Line at telephone number: 0800 701 701.
  • Specify the post which you are applying for.
  • Make sure you have signed your application form.
  1. Attach certified copies of your: *ID Document, *Driver’s license, *Matric/Senior Certificate (Grade 12 certificate *Additional qualifications, *Proof of residence.
  2. You are advised to apply for posts within your province, close to your place of residence.
  3. Visit your nearest police stations in order to obtain application forms.
  1. Application forms must be hand delivered to
  2. Your nearest Police Station (HRM office)

Closing date: 15 JUNE 2018

Correspondence will be conducted with successful candidates only.
The South African Police Service is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity through the filling of these posts. The South African Police Service is under no obligation to fill the advertised posts.
If you have not received feedback from the South African Police Service within 3 months of the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.


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SAPS Police Trainees – Western Cape 22/05/2018


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South African Police Service 
Suid-Afrikaanse Polisiediens

Police Trainees
Remuneration Level: R4500 per month

POLICE TRAINEES BASIC REQUIREMENTS:

VACANCIES: POLICE TRAINEES
The South African Police Service invites applications from all races and gender for Enlistment in the Basic Police Development Learning Programme (BPDLP) from young, energetic, intelligent, physically and mentally fit individuals, dedicated to serving their country by pursuing a career in policing.

Basic enlistment requirements:Young South African men and women who apply to be appointed as a member in terms of the South African Police Service Act, 1995 (Act no 68 of 1995) must:

  1. Apply on the application form determined by the National Commissioner and affirm under oath or by way of a solemn declaration that the information furnished in the application form is true and correct;
  2. Be a South African citizen of which documentary proof must be furnished;
  3. Be at least eighteen (18) and underthirty (30) years of age of which documentary proof must be furnished (APPLICANTS MUST BE UNDER THE AGE OF 30 YEARS BEFORE THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT);
  4. Be in possession of a Grade 12 school certificate or National Certificate (Vocational) Safety in Society of which documentary proof must be furnished (2017 Matriculants are welcome to apply and before enlistment proof of successful completion of Grade 12 (Senior Certificate) must be submitted. As an interim arrangement kindly submit proof of Statement of Symbols, reflecting a pass rate for Senior Certificate); An aggregate of “4” and above in English may serve as an advantage;
  5. Must be in possession of a valid light motor vehicle driver’s licence. Only 10% of the total allocation of trainees will be allowed without a driver’s licence;
  6. Submit himself or herself to a physical medical examination as determined by the National Commissioner and must be found to be physically and mentally fit for appointment in the post for which he or she applies;
  7. Undergo a psychological assessment as determined by the National Commissioner and be found to comply with the profile of a police official;
  8. Be proficient in at least two of the official languages, of which one must be English;
  9. Be prepared to take the oath of office;
  10. Be prepared to undergo such training as determined by the National Commissioner;
  11. Not have any tattoo marks of which will be visible when wearing the SAPS summer uniform;
  12. Have no previous criminal convictions and/or pending criminal, civil, disciplinary cases and such person shall allow his or her fingerprints to be taken and allow background enquiries to be made;
  13. Not have been declared unfit to possess a firearm;
  14. Be prepared to serve anywhere in the Republic;
  15. Must have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of less than 30; and Male applicants must have a Waist circumference  __<102cm and Female applicants must have a Waist circumference of __<  88cm.</li>

All applicants will be subjected to a fitness, psychometric and integrity testing as well as medical evaluation and will be interviewed during the recruitment, selection and enlistment process. The SAPS will also verify the criminal record, qualifications, driver’s license, citizenship and residential address of each applicant.

Applicants in possession of valid driver’s license for at least a light motor vehicle will receive preference.

Applicants will be subjected to a vetting process which will include security screening and fingerprint verification.

Applicants who previously served in a Government Department and who were dismissed as a result of misconduct are excluded.

In view of the physical demands of the Basic Police Development Learning Programme, applicants with chronic diseases, physical impairments or any other health condition that may lead to interruption of the training programme, will be excluded from participation in the programme. Such applicants’ failure to disclose the conditions will result in their withdrawal from the programme on the determination thereof.

The Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Amendment Act, Act 37 of 2013 requires that all new appointments in the South African Police Service as from 31st of January 2015 provide a buccal (inside cheek) sample in order to determine their forensic DNA profile. The forensic DNA profile derived from the sample will be loaded to the Elimination Index of the National Forensic DNA Database.

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Basic Police Development Learning Programme (BPDLP)

Successful applicants will participate in the Basic Police Development Learning Programme (hereafter referred to as the PROGRAMME) for a period of 21 (twenty one) months.
Remuneration for Induction Phase and Basic Training Phase will be a stipend of R4500-00.

The PROGRAMME shall consist of three phases:

  1. Induction Phase

One (1) month at a designated police station;

  1. Basic Training Phase

Eight (8) months Basic Training at a designated SAPS Academy (with practical training at a designated police station);

  1. Probation Phase

After successful completion of the Induction and the Basic training Phases, the police trainee shall be appointed as a member of the Service under probation for a period of 12 months.

During the Basic Training Phase of the PROGRAMME the Service shall provide free training gear, meals and accommodation to the police trainee.
Trainees will also receive medical aid benefits for the duration of the 21 month Basic Training Learning Programme. Upon successful completion of the Basic Training Learning Programme, trainees will be considered for permanent appointment as members of the SAPS.

Remuneration during the Probation Phase (on completion of the training period) will be on the first notch of Band A (currently R164 109 per annum). In addition to this, appointees will receive the applicable service benefits.

Core Functions:Successful candidates will serve as functional police officials. As such, they will be deployed to carry out one or more of the following functions:
* Prevent, combat and investigate crime, * Maintain public order, * Protect and secure the inhabitants of the Republic and their property, * Uphold and enforce the law

How to apply:

  • Application forms are obtainable at all local police stations. The application form must be completed in your own handwriting and must be handed in at your nearest police station.
  • Applicants must take note of the fact that application forms and employment are not for sale and any payment offered by an applicant or promises provided in this regard will be investigated and may lead to criminal prosecution. Applicants may report such incidents to the National Anti-Corruption Line at telephone number: 0800 701 701.
  • Specify the post which you are applying for.
  • Make sure you have signed your application form.
  1. Attach certified copies of your: *ID Document, *Driver’s license, *Matric/Senior Certificate (Grade 12 certificate *Additional qualifications, *Proof of residence.
  2. You are advised to apply for posts within your province, close to your place of residence.
  3. Visit your nearest police stations in order to obtain application forms.
  1. Application forms must be hand delivered to
  2. Your nearest Police Station (HRM office)

Closing date: 15 JUNE 2018

Correspondence will be conducted with successful candidates only.
The South African Police Service is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity through the filling of these posts. The South African Police Service is under no obligation to fill the advertised posts.
If you have not received feedback from the South African Police Service within 3 months of the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.


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EASTERN CAPE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH LEARNERSHIP


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POSTED DATE : 22 MAY 2018 CLOSING DATE : 31 MAY 2018 PHARMACIST ASSISTANT LEARNERSHIP

PROGRAMME (14 MONTHS) REFERENCE NUMBER: PHARM. ASS 03/05/2018 The Eastern Cape Department of Health is implementing Learnership and Developmental Programmes targeting the youth of our communities to capacitate and upskill community beneficiaries decrease the unemployment rate in the province. Applications are invited from the unemployed (18.2) youth and qualifying employees (18.1) serving the department of health who are interested in developing or upgrading themselves within Pharmaceutical services to apply for a fourteen (14) months Learner Post Basic Pharmacist`s Assistant Learnership Programme scheduled to start in July 2018 for the following areas:

 Joe Gqabi District– 30 learners (18.2)  Buffalo City Metro which includes Cecilia Makiwane and Frere Hospital – 10 (18.2)  Nelson Mandela Bay Metro – 10 (18.2)  Alfred Ndzo District (Umzimvubu Sub District – 30 (18.2)  Mbhashe Sub District – 10 (18.2)  Mnquma Sub District – 10 (18.2)

NOTE: The above numbers for the allocated seats in the identified areas are excluding 18.1 (serving employees) or the employed category. Applications are invited from 18.1 (serving employees) who qualify and as per identified needs in their workplaces across the province and who are interested in undergoing a Learner Post Basic Pharmacist`s Assistant programme to submit their applications to their nearest Human Resource Development offices as per catchment areas or workplace. Employees already serving in Pharmacy areas without the relevant qualification will be prioritized for the twenty (20) seats funded by HWSETA. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: 1. Certified copy (current and not older than three months) of Grade 12 (Matric) certificate or equivalent with Mathematics and English subjects passed. 2. Certified Copy of Identity document (RSA) – current and not older than three months. (If a South African Identity card is used copies must be for both sides.) 3. CV/Personal profile 4. Z. 83 form filled (obtainable from any Public Service Department office or facility.) 5. Release letter from supervisors for the employed or serving applicants (18.1). 6. Proof of residence as per catchment area one has applied for. 7. A certified copy of South African Pharmacy Council Basic Pharmacist Assistant National Certificate (current and not older than three months) 8. A good and outstanding academic performance record during schooling or other forms of training will be an added advantage.

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Important Note:  All copies must be certified and certification date not to be later than three months old.  The Eastern Cape Department of Health is committed to ensuring inclusivity, equity and fairness.  Applicants must clearly indicate the reference number on the Z 83 form  Academic records will be verified.  No late and incomplete applications will be considered.  Communication will be limited to shortlisted candidates only.  If you have not been contacted within three months after the closing date of the advert, regard your application as unsuccessful.  Monthly stipend is at R2, 000 per learner.  No faxed or emailed applications or documents will be accepted. Applications must be submitted to the offices for Human Resource Development (HRD) Managers of the Department of Health in relevant districts and or Sub districts hand delivered or as follows: Joe Gqabi District – Post and hand deliver to: Human Resource Development Office, 32 Dan Pienaar Street, Springs, Aliwal North, 9750. Enquiries: Mr L. Kometsi – Tel. 051 633 9630 Alfred Nzo District – Post to: Human Resource Development Office, Alfred Nzo District Office, Private Bag X 3515, Kokstad, 4700 or hand deliver to: Human Resource Office, Office 26, 81 Murray Street, Kokstad, 4700. Enquiries: Mrs B. Mbobo – Tel no 039 797 6082. Nelson Mandela Bay Metro: Dora Nginza Hospital – Post to: Human Resource Development Office, Dora Nginza Hospital, Private Bag X11951 Algoa Park 6005 or hand deliver to: Human Resource Development Office, Admin Buildling1st Floor, Dora Nginza, Spondo Street Zwide Port Elizabeth 6201. Enquiries: Ms D. Tsotsobe – Tel no 041 406 4435. Livingstone Tertiary Hospital – Post to: Human Resource Development Office, Livingstone Tertiary Hospital Private Bag Private Bag X60572, Greenacres, Port Elizabeth 6057 or hand deliver to: Human Resource Development Office, Livingstone Hospital, Corner & Stanford Road, Korsten, Port Elizabeth 6001. Enquiries: Mr G. Naidoo Tel 041 453 0911. PE Provincial Hospital – Hand deliver to: 8 Buckingham Road, Mt Croix, Port Elizabeth 6001. Enquiries: Mr M. Maqungo (Pharmacy Manager) – Tel no 041 392 3911 Buffalo City Metro: Cecilia Makiwane Regional Hospital – Post to: Human Resource Development Office, Cecilla Makiwane Regional Hospital, Private Bag X9047 Cambridge 5200 or hand deliver to: Human Resource Development Office, Cecilla Makiwane Hospital 4 Billie Road, Mdantsane, East London, 5219. Enquiries Ms L. Vara –Tel no 043 708 2121 Frere Tertiary Hospital – Post to: Human Resource Development Office, Frere Hospital, Private Bag X 9047, East London, 5200 or hand deliver to: Human Resource Development Office, 4th Floor, Frere Hospital, Amalinda Main Road, East London, 5200 Enquiries Mrs Z. Moyikwa – Tel no082 474 6055. Mbhashe Sub District – Post to: Human Resource Section, to Mbhashe Sub District, Private Bag X1232, Idutywa, 5000 or Hand Deliver to Public Works Premises next to Kunene Funerals, Idutywa, 5000. Enquiries: Ms N. Jack – Tel no 078 049 5575. Mnquma Sub District – Post to: Human Resource Office, Mnquma Sub District, 15 Old Hospital Road Ext 7 Butterworth 4960, Enquiries Ms N Tengwa –Tel no 047 491 0740. Enquiries: Ms Q. Mtshabe – (Pharmacy Manager) Tel no 072 8061605. For Enquiries Contact: Miss Thobeka Mehlwane Tel no– 040 608 1525/4 or Ms Viwe Makonco Tel no– 040 608 1523 Closing Date for submission of applications: 31st May 2018; Reference Number: PHARM. ASS 03/05/2018 NB: If you have not been contacted by the 30th June 2018, kindly consider your application to be unsuccessful.

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SACAA: GRADUATE / INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME 2018 / 2019


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Closing Date: 30 May 2018
Location: Midrand

The SACAA is taking applications for the 12 months Internship program. The successful interns will participate in a 12 months internship program to gain work experience in the following fields

  • Legal
  • Accidents and Incidents Investigations
  • Library Science
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Aviation Security
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and
  • General Administration

NB: The monthly stipend excludes accommodation, transport and meals.

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Requirements

A Degree or National Diploma in the abovementioned fields.

Applicants from all provinces are encouraged to apply and preference will be given to EE candidates from rural areas and candidates with disabilities.
Should not receive a response after 3 months please consider your application unsuccessful.

How To Apply

Apply Online for the SACAA: Graduate / Internship Programme 2018 / 2019

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Graduates Programme at Makhado Municipality


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Invitation is called for application s from suitably qualified graduates to be part of the Internship programme at Makhado Municipality for a period of two (02) years in order to maximize their chances of getting employment wit h a stipend allowance of R10 194.82 per month as funded by National Treasury .

Requiments

  •  Finance Grad / Intern
    B. Com Degree / National Diploma in Accounting
  • Internal Audit Grad / Intern
    Internal Audit & Risk National Dip loma / Degree Internal Auditing.

Application who previously participated in an internship programme will not be considered

All applications must be on the Council prescribed employment application form accompanied by a CV and certifie d copies of qualifications and I dentity document. Employment applications forms can be collected at Makhado Civic Centre (Registry) or download ed on our municipal website: www.makhado.gov.za

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How to Apply

Forward your applications to the Municipal Manager, Private Bag X2596, MAKHADO, 0920 OR hand deliver your application s at 83 Krogh Street, Civic Centre ( Registry).

NO FAX OR E – MAIL APPLICATION WILL BE CONSIDERED.

If you have not been contacted by Makhado Municipality wit hin 60 days of the closing date of advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

For enquiries contact Dagada N at 015 519 3225 or FS Hlangwane at 015 519 3127

CLOSING DATE: 11 May 2018

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Standard Bank Group 150 Postgraduate Bursary


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Standard Bank Bursaries, connecting the brightest young Africans with the educational opportunities they need, we can secure real progress for them and for our continent. It’s how they shape and strengthen the next generation of African talent and African leaders.

Undergraduate Bursary

We have below, the two categories of bursary programmes:

  • The undergraduate fund is specific to students that are on track to successfully complete their 1st year and require funding from their 2nd year of studies. Applicants should be well-rounded with strong academic results in the fields of commerce, science, engineering, mathematics and technology at our preferred academic institutions.
  • Applicants should have a 65% aggregate
  • Applicants must register for  full time undergraduate studies
  • Applicants must meet the entry requirements of the University (preference is given to University of Cape Town, Wits University, the University of Pretoria, Rhodes University, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Stellenbosch University, the University of Johannesburg)
  • Applicants will be required to participate in a formal assessment process including but not limited to Psychometric evaluation and interviews
  • Financial need is considered in applications

Postgraduate studies in commerce, science, engineering, mathematics and technology at our preferred academic institutions.

  • Applicants should have a 65% aggregate
  • Applicants must register for  full time postgraduate studies
  • Applicants must meet the entry requirements of the University(preference is given to University of Cape Town, Wits University, the University of Pretoria, Rhodes University, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Stellenbosch University, the University of Johannesburg)
  • Applicants will be required to participate in a formal assessment process including but not limited to Psychometric evaluation and interview
  • Financial need is considered in applications

The 150 Bursary programme Applications for 2019 open 1 April 2018 and close 31 August 2018.

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Application procedure

  • Due to a possible postal strike and the likelihood of applications not reaching us before the closing date, we encourage applicants to make use of the  Online Application Feature.
  • Alternatively, application forms can be downloaded from below.
  • Email your completed form and supporting documents in PDF format (not exceeding 2 MB) to  apply@studytrust.org.za or fax 086 538 1537.
  • Completed application forms may still be submitted to the postal address, StudyTrust, Private bag X16, Braamfontein, 2017.
  • For applying online, please indicate in the relevant dropdown menu that you are applying for the Standard Bank 150 Bursary Programme under bursary type. We will, however, consider your application for other bursaries too, so you only have to apply ONCE.

Standard Bank 150 Bursary Programme StudyTrust Application Form 2019

Click Here to Apply NOW VIA LINK

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