Monthly Archives: October 2016

SABMiller Learnerships

SABMiller Learnerships

This Learnership is too provide people with an opportunity to enrol for a Further Education and Training Certificate (NQF 3) with the Food and Beverages SETA.

This position is specifically allocated to accommodate people who have disabilities.

They will enter into a fixed term contract for the duration of 12 months with the region and will complete a Learnership programme comprising of a blend of formal training and structured work experience supported by coaching and mentorships.

Qualification Required

A Grade 12 qualification with Maths and English (pass rate of at least 50%) is essential Proficiency in English and any other South African language

Application Requirements

South African citizens
Employment Equity Candidate
Must be unemployed
Aged between 18 and 34
Present a valid medical record detailing their disability
Candidates must be willing to commit for 12 months
No criminal record or a negative credit record
Attention to detail
Good verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work in a flexible working environment (includes week-ends and public holidays)
Ability to work in a pressurised working environment
No criminal record or a negative credit record
Candidates must not be enrolled in any formal full time studies
Candidate must be willing to attend classes weekdays, and Saturdays if required
Must be willing to work at the Regional location
Output and Accountabilities
Complete End User Computing Learnership Programme.
The Learnership is a structured integrated learning programme that combines theoretical (formal) training and on-the-job learning (structured work experience).

Provide administrative support throughout the year

Employment Type:Learnership
Full/Part Time:Full-time
Location:Ibhayi Brewery
Country:South Africa
City:Port Elizabeth

How To Apply?

Apply online.

Woolworths Bursary Opportunities

Woolworths Bursaries

Truworths Limited is one of the leading fashion retailers in South Africa. The group has more than 650 stores in the country and 40 more stores across Africa. Truworths is part of the Truworths International group, along with YDE, Identity and Uzzi

Truworths are awarding bursaries to students who are studying in fields related to (and wish to pursue a career in) the retail industry.

Bursaries will be awarded within the following fields of study:

Clothing Management
Fashion/ Textile Design
Retail Management

Application Dates

30 October annually

Candidate Requirements:
South African citizen,
Studying towards a degree or national diploma in one of the aforementioned fields of study,
Studying at a recognised tertiary institution,
*Preference will be given to students with disabilities, as well as previously disadvantaged students in 2nd or 3rd year of study.

How To Apply?

Applications can be done online at Truworths
You can find the latest bursary listing by inserting the word “bursary” in the keyword search bar, click on the bursary you would like to apply for and then click the “Apply Now” button at the bottom right of the screen.

Alternatively, students can apply by emailing: with the word “Bursary” in the email subject line.

The following documents should be attached to the email:

ID document (certified copy),
Full CV,
Proof of registration for the current and upcoming year (on tertiary letterhead),
Full academic record/ transcripts (on tertiary letterhead),
Motivational letter (explaining why you deserve to be awarded the bursary and where you see your future – in max 250 words).

WSP Bursaries

WSP Bursaries 2017

WSP in Africa is awarding various bursaries for engineering students who are currently enrolled at recognized universities. Universities of enrollment must be within boarders of South Africa.

Bursaries are available for students who are going for the second year of studies

WSP supports its bursary candidates through vacation work, giving them the opportunity to not only make their mark on the world but to build a legacy.

WSP Bursaries Application Dates

The closing date for WSP bursaries application is 31 October 2016

Directions To Apply?

To apply for a bursary, download and complete the application form below and e-mail it to along with your academic transcript.

Eskom Learnerships

Eskom is offering a learner with a N3 and English as a 2nd language to participate in this artisan programme. There are x5 positions available. Position : Learner Artisan Instrumentation X5(Lethabo Power Station)
Vacancy type: External/Internal
Task Grade : TR5
Area of Speacialization : To remove and replace faulty equipment under supervision
Department : Maintenance
Business Unit : Lethabo Power Station
Location : South Africa (Free State)

Reference Number : 5000347891MVW

Minimum Requirements


• N3 with Mathematics, Physical Science or Engineering Science

• English as a second language


• No experience

Skills and Competencies

• Ability to apply Maths and Science knowledge

• Good understanding of thermodynamics

• Communication

• Verbal and written skills

• Reading and / or studying skills

• Questions skills

Personal Attributes

• Safety consciousness

• Have ability to understand and retain technical concept

• Self-discipline

• Assertiveness

• Good emotional resilience

• Team player

• Have ability to perform physical work and climb stairs

• Fine moto skills

• Good balance, good eye, hand feet co-ordination

• Good colour vision

• Comfortable with heights

• Good depth perceptions

• Good visual activity

• Good hearing ability

• Heat tolerance

Key Responsibilities

• Remove and replace faulty equipment under supervision

• Repair equipment under supervision

• Install, maintain and commission plant equipment under supervision

• Inspection of plant equipment under supervision

• Participate in classroom and / or workshop training

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

ASRI Future Programme

The ASRI Future Leaders program develops young people for the NGO and Government sectors, and therefore recruits individuals who are socially and politically active in their communities.

The program seeks to recruit young people who aspire, in different spheres, to create change in South Africa.

In developing these young people, we enhance their social and human capital in a way that not only accelerates their personal growth but which also translates into increased opportunities in the future.

Graduates of the 2017 ASRI Future Leaders Fellowship Program are anticipated to go on to become influential and prominent leaders in government and civil society, occupying a variety of positions in non-profit organisations; interest groups; policy institutes; media organisations; the public service and so forth.

The investment made during the program is approximately R90 000 per graduate (for the full programme including the externship) – which includes the cost of materials, stipends, program and operational costs.

The program will accept 30 individuals for 2017, and each person will receive a monthly stipend of R5 000. There is no financial cost to the participants for being on the program.

Program Structure

The fellowship program is 6-months and fellows are required to be in attendance Monday to Thursday from 9am – 3:45pm, in Johannesburg, from the beginning of February to the end of July.

Upon completion of the 6-month program, there is an optional 3-month work experience placement (externship) at an organisation in-line with your aspirations and interests.

Core Tenets

The mission of the program is the building of a social justice mind-set, with a particular focus on bettering the socio-economic conditions of people in South Africa.

Emphasis is also placed on integrity, respect and tolerance.

Themes covered:

– Law and social justice
– Leadership
– Public policy
– Understanding government
– NGOs and Civil society
– Political philosophy
– Economics and development
– Ethics and Values

Practical skills developed:

– Communication (both written and verbal)
– Project, Financial and Organisational Management
– Advocacy
– Microsoft Suite

The eligibility requirements to be considered for the program are as follows:

Community & leadership experience: Individuals should be active in their community, have some form of leadership experience and show potential for being a change agent in South Africa.

Academic: Students must have at least an undergraduate degree or diploma, with additional qualifications being an advantage

Attendance requirement: To be eligible for the program, you must be able to be in attendance (at our premises) from Monday-Thursday from 9am-3:45pm, from February-July

Age limit: 30

Citizenship: South African citizenship or permission to reside in South Africa (with the long term view of staying in the country)

Location: Johannesburg, Gauteng

Alumni requirements: Upon completion of the program, participants are expected to remain active within the Alumni Network of ASRI

Closing date & interviews: Applications close on Sunday, the 20th of November at midnight.

If you do not hear from us by the 19th of December, please kindly consider your application unsuccessful.

Due to the high volume of applications received, we are unable to provide feedback on unsuccessful applications.

Interviews will be held from the 9th – 20th of January 2017 and the Fellowship program will commence on the 15th of February 2017.

If you are asked to attend the interviews, you will be required to bring a copy of your ID, matric marks and university transcripts along with you as proof of your qualifications


How To Apply?

Apply online here.

Social Development Scholarships

Social Development Scholarships

Department of Social Development is currently accepting bursary applications for Bachelor of Social Work Degree for the 2017 academic year. If you are interested in becoming a Social Worker, this opportunity is for you.

The Social Work Scholarship programme is intended to provide financial assistance to deserving students to enable them to complete the Bachelor of Social Work degree (BSW).

It facilitate access to higher education and training institutions and ensures development of skills, thereby increasing the capacity of social work professionals.

While the programme is open to all eligible students for whom social work is a career of choice, priority will be given to youth between the ages of 18 – 35 years.

This is in line with government’s broad goals geared towards youth development and promoting active participation of youth in socio-economic activities. Social work is a caring and helping profession; therefore young people and students who REALLY want to pursue this noble profession and joint the current social work workforce in making a difference in people’s lives, must apply.

Scholarships Value

Funds allocated for the Social Work Scholarship pay for (a) registration, (b) tuition, (c) prescribed books, (d) on-campus accommodation, including off campus accommodation premises contracted to the university or privately owned accommodation, (e) meals, and (f) stipends for practical work experience as determined by the university.

Specific details on how to access funds and submission of claims for specified items are outlined in the contract to be signed by successful applicants.

Who should apply for the scholarship

Application for scholarship is open to South African citizens and are:

Grade 12 learners who meet admission requirements to study for Bachelor of Social Work degree (BSW) at any South African university. It is therefore the responsibility of students to make applications for admission at various universities of their choice.
Students currently studying towards BSW degree at any South African university. In order to be considered for allocation of the scholarship, current students must have passed and be progressing to the next level of their studies as per specific requirements of respective universities.
Students who come from disadvantaged communities.
Students with financial need based on assessment of financial status of their household.
Social Auxiliary workers, child and youth care workers and assistant community development practitioners in the employment of Non-Governmental Organisations who are interested in studying BSW degree.
Since the scholarship is exclusively for BSW degree, any student who chooses to change from BSW to any other degree, drops out or deregisters from the degree will lose benefits as outlined in the scholarship contract.

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

Truworths Bursaries 2017

As a leader in the fashion industry, Truworths is looking to invest in the right candidate who wants a solid foundation in the retail industry.

Position Description

Bursaries will be made available to students considering career opportunities in Retail upon successful completion of studies. Funding will be provided for Degrees and National Diplomas (HET Qualifications) in the following areas:
– Fashion or Textile Design,
– Clothing Management,
– Finance and Commerce,
– IT and Retail Management.

Preference will be given to previously disadvantaged 2nd and 3rd year students, and persons with disabilities


The following must be attached to your application

– South African ID – CV – Academic Record to date – A motivation in 250 words or less.

Cape Town

Please send enquiries to

Stefanutti Stocks Learnerships

Stefanutti Learnerships

Stefanutti Stocks which is one of the leading South African construction groups, Stefanutti is offering a safety learnership.

Learnership’s Key Duties & Responsibilities

– Attending a full-time Learnership course at TJEKA.
– 100% class attendance.
– Submission of site workbooks.
– Need to be found competent in classroom training and on-site assessments. – Compile supporting evidence relating to each Unit Standard.
– At completion Register as Construction Health and Safety Officer Candidate (CHSO.C) with SACPCMP

Skills, Experience & Education Required

– Grade 12 Individual needs to be committed and able to take initiative.
– Must have own reliable transport and driver’s license.
– Must pass a learning ability battery and Psychometric assessment during the recruitment process.
– Must be a fit for the job profile of Safety Officer in terms of Predictive Index tool.
– Must pass baseline medical.

How To Apply for Stefanutti Learnerships

Apply online here.


Government Bursaries

Mpumalanga Provincial Government Bursaries

The Mpumalanga Provincial Government endeavours to implement the Provincial Human Resource Development Strategy and the Mpumalanga Economic Growth and Development Path, and hence intends to award bursary opportunities to unemployed youth who resides in the province to further their studies in critical and scarce skills indicated in the table below. The bursary scheme prioritizes the previously disadvantaged and deep rural communities in the province of Mpumalanga. In addition, females and people living with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Only field of studies indicated on the bursary application form will be considered for bursary award for 2017 academic year.

Bursary Application Requirements

Those applying for a bursary in Engineering must have obtained 60% or more or level 5, 6 or 7 in English, Mathematics and Physical Science Proof of registration at a Higher Education Institution is essential for those applying for Engineering

Application Closing Date

The closing date for submission of all application forms is 14 October 2016.

How To Apply For Bursaries?

Applications can either be:

Hand delivered to Provincial office of Department of Education located at
Riverside Government Complex building number 5 upper ground floor, or

Posted to the following address:
The Bursary Unit
Mpumalanga Department of Education
Private Bag X 11341

Bursary Equiries

For general inquiries members of our communities are requested to contact the Department at: 013 766 5355 / 5243 / 5368/ 5370/ 5077