Friday, 18 May 2018

General Intern at GetSmarter 2018

Are you fresh out of university and looking for a new challenge? Do you have a passion for education and are you curious about the fast emerging EdTech field?

We want to meet you!

We believe that a community of motivated, healthy and happy employees is key to a thriving team. This is why we place huge importance on the culture at GetSmarter and creating an environment that brings out the best in our team.

  • Newly Graduate, Degree Level Educated, Final year of studies in any field
  • Excited about new opportunities and challenges
  • Both creative and logical
  • A go-getter
  • Passionate and have a can do attitude
What would you do at GetSmarter?
  • Be the welcoming face of “front of house” for GetSmarter
  • Answer calls at the switchboard and transfer them to the relevant team members
  • Spend 75% of time within department of choice gaining relevant hands on job experience
  • Assist with projects and tasks in department of choice
  • Complete any ad hoc tasks as per intern brief
  • Assist Barista when needed
  • Admin responsibilities
Join our team who "Play to Win" in Observatory, Cape Town.

  • Paid Internship
  • One complimentary online short course
  • On-site gym
  • Discounted healthy meals and an in-house barista

Sales Intern at New Media Publishing 2018

South Africa’s leading content marketing company is looking for an intern to join our team in Cape Town.

Our ideal candidate is a self-starter who has the ability to work effectively in a team and independently. If good communication and interpersonal skills, along with thinking outside the box, sets you apart, please apply.

This is a six-month internship.

Main responsibilities:

  • Selling advertising space
  • Attending sales meetings with clients
  • Striving to meet target every month
  • Servicing existing client base and building new business relationships by means of face-to-face visits
  • Prospecting and developing potential clients for the publication
  • Attending product launches, exhibitions and conferences where applicable
  • Collaborating with the team to ensure that the publication meets a standard to be proud of
  • Ensuring sales and material deadlines are met
  • Handling the administration aspects of the selling process of the publication
  • Increasing and updating the database for subscriptions when necessary
  • Requirements: 
  • Tertiary qualification
  • A recent graduate
  • Relevant computer skills for a newsroom environment
  • Curiosity
  • An ability to produce quality content under pressure while meeting strict deadlines
Please send your CV as well as a Cover Letter explaining your interest in financial reporting and why you would be an overall great fit for the position, to on or before close of business on 30 June 2018.

If you have not heard from us by 17 July 2018, please assume that your application was unsuccessful. Please indicate in the subject line the position for which you are applying.

In terms of its employment equity guidelines, New Media Publishing aims to provide equal opportunities. New Media Publishing reserves the right not to fill this position at this time should a suitable candidate not be found.

Digital Marketing Intern at Liquorice 2018

Liquorice is a growing and dynamic advertising agency with offices in Durban and head office in Cape Town. We need someone who will have no problem fitting into this driven and dynamic group.

Job description
  • Creation of monthly e-marketing, incl.
  • Doing research for e-newsletter content (liaise with client and other stakeholders)
  • Writing copy and/or copy platforms
  • Sourcing images, newsletter lay-out
  • Ensuring client approvals of copy, layout and look and feel of newsletter
  • Oversee the testing and sending of all newsletters
  • This includes the creation and sending of all event invites
Consumer database:
  • Management of data entry
  • Reporting on growth and segmentation of consumer databases
  • Updating the website with past and upcoming events (liaise with client on collecting all event write-ups and images).
  • All activity on all our websites is tracked and candidate will ensure to collate all data for client on a monthly basis
  • Updating status reports
  • Facebook reports
  • Undertaking administrative tasks (filing, emails, document storage, research)
  • Costing briefs
  • Conversational briefs
Skills required
  • Understanding of social networking platforms
  • Understanding of the online environment
  • Basic understanding of statistical analysis
  • Keeping up to date with current and emerging web technologies through relevant blogs, lists and opinion leading websites
  • Good command of the English language
  • Research skills
  • Proficient in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Google/Gmail
Skills advantageous:
  • Understand and integrate SEO techniques into client websites
  • Understand and interpret Google Analytics
  • Basic experience or training in e-marketing
Personal skills/attributes:
  • Able to initiate and follow process
  • Able to communicate well as they will be interacting with clients
  • Have great work ethic and be prepared to go the extra mile
  • Able to work well within a team and a fast learner
  • Use of initiative
  • Problem solving
  • Priority setting - organised
  • Proactive
  • Team player
  • Attention to details
If you are interested in applying for this great opportunity, please send your CV to using the reference mentioned above. Please do not send any additional documentation.

Please note we reserve the right to freeze or not hire in the role. Should you not receive a response from us within three weeks of your application, unfortunately, your application has been unsuccessful.

Rhino Africa Travel Internship Opportunity 2018

Our product coordinators are expected to effectively communicate with suppliers, as this is a key aspect of the internship. This role requires someone who has a strong work ethic, a keen eye for detail, an obsession with accuracy and a friendly demeanor.

If you’re someone who is independent and has the ability to zone in on your work, this position might be the perfect opportunity for you. Below are some of the stimulating tasks and projects our interns will be involved in:

Internal travel coordination: organizing African travel for our Rhino Crash of over 200!
Administrative preparation for the product department: maintaining reporting and documentation for an industry leader, managing contracted relationships with more than 1500 African travel partners
Coordinating supplier events at Rhino HQ: connecting the best in the biz with the best in the biz!


We're looking for a recent graduate who is able to communicate effectively, assist with day-to-day planning, with a flair for organization and administration, who will prove a valuable asset to the Product department.

Apply if:
  • You hold a degree in Tourism Management, Events Management or a field that renders you the ideal candidate - we believe in strength in diversity!
  • You have the desire to grow and develop within a driven product department - we seek to inspire
  • You are computer literate - basic Google Drive and Excel knowledge is vital
  • You possess the gift of the gab - interns will be expected to engage with our top suppliers
  • You are a team player who is not afraid to pass the ball - collaboration is one of our core values
  • You are willing and able to relocate to Cape Town if you're not already here - it's only the world's most beautiful city #justsaying
  • You are fluent in English (any additional languages would be advantageous)
  • Any technical or specialized product knowledge would also be a big plus

Please note: First preference will be given to previously disadvantaged South African individuals (PDIs).

Enjoy amazing views while carrying out your craft in our gorgeous offices in Cape Town, nestled beneath one of the seven wonders of the world - Table Mountain.

We offer our interns a stipend of R5,000 per month and a monthly R250 voucher to use at the Rhino Cafe, on subsided meals, delicious coffees and sweet treats made by our in-house chefs and baristas
To ensure that your first day is a memorable one, we provide you with a "tracker" and mentor to guide you through the Rhino jungle, introduce you to your fellow Rhinos and our unique family culture.

You'll be taught by experienced specialists in the field of travel and tech; gaining industry experience and the chance to work and forge relationships with some of Rhino Africa's 2000 unique suppliers - what better place to start a career in tourism?

Editorial Intern at New Media Publishing 2018

New Media Publishing is seeking to appoint a bright, meticulous and dynamic editorial intern to work on its premier food brand, Eat Out.

The position is based in Cape Town. The role requires an excellent command of English, polite phone manner, an eye for detail, an inquiring mind and a passion for food and restaurants.

A proactive, self-motivated, hard-working team player will relish this challenge.

  • Fact checking
  • Data capturing
  • Editorial research
  • Basic copywriting and proofreading
  • Picture editing
  • General administrative and editorial tasks
The successful applicant:
  • Is studying towards a qualification in media, communications or journalism
  • Is sharp, bright and keen
  • Has an excellent command of the English language, and a love for reading and writing
  • Is computer literate, with skills in using the internet, email and Photoshop
  • Can handle general administrative tasks
  • Possesses an eye for detail
  • Has an exceptional telephone manner
  • Is resourceful and shows initiative
  • Is able to work under pressure and meet strict deadlines
  • Has the ability to work well in a team, and to function independently
  • Is flexible
  • Has excellent communication skills
Please send your CV to on or before close of business on the 31st of May 2018. 

If you have not heard from us by the 30th of June 2018 please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Please indicate in the subject line ‘Eat Out Editorial Intern’ when applying.

In terms of its employment equity guidelines, New Media Publishing aims to provide equal opportunities. New Media Publishing reserves the right not to fill this position at this time should a suitable candidate not be found.

Thursday, 17 May 2018

37 X Internship Opportunities at CATHSSETA 2018

Applications are invited from candidates to apply for a 12 months internship programme at CATHSSETA. This role is ideal for you if you are passionate and you want to be part of a culture where the ability to take initiative and think creatively is highly valued and rewarded.


The Culture, Art, Tourism, Hospitality, and Sport Sector Education and Training Authority (CATHSSETA) is one of 21 SETAs established under the Skills Development Act (No 97 of 1998) in 2001.

CATHSSETA was formally known as the Tourism and Hospitality Education and Training Authority (THETA) until 1 April 2012, when we became the Culture, Art, Tourism, Hospitality and Sport Sector Education and Training Authority.

Our mandate is to facilitate skills development within our sub-sectors through the disbursement of grants for learning programmes and monitoring of education and training as outlined in the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS).

In 2016, we opened six regional offices in order to extend our footprint into previously under-served provinces and outlying rural areas. The regional offices have been operating since 1 April 2016.

Following qualifications will be considered, National Diploma/ Diploma/ Bachelor’s/ BTech/Honour’s / Master’s Degree:
GautengLearning ProgrammesEducation/Administration/
GautengSkills DevelopmentEducation/Administration/
GautengHRHuman Resources/Labour Relations1
GautengICTIT related degree1
GautengKnowledge ManagementKnowledge Management/Business
GautengLegal and ComplianceLegal qualification1
GautengInternal Audit and RiskAuditing2
GautengSupply Chain ManagementAdministration/Supply Chain
GautengResearch & PlanningResearch1
GautengMonitoring & EvaluationPublic Administration2
GautengCommunicationsMarketing & Communications/PR/
GautengSpecial ProjectsProject Management/Business
GautengProject Management
Project Management/Business
Western CapeSkills DevelopmentEducation/Administration/
Eastern CapeSkills DevelopmentEducation/Administration/
Free State/
Northern Cape
Skills DevelopmentEducation/Administration/
Skills DevelopmentEducation/Administration/
North West
Skills DevelopmentEducation/Administration/
Kwa-Zulu NatalSkills DevelopmentEducation/Administration/
The interns will receive a monthly stipend of R4 500.00. Kindly note that there is no guarantee of
placement beyond the internship contract term.

Please forward a detailed CV and an application form (download it here)with certified copies of your ID and qualifications including matric certificate indicating the internship you are applying to to reach CATHSSETA no later than Thursday, 31st May 2018.

No CVs will be considered without an application form.

 Late applications will not be considered. Note: Should you not hear from CATHSSETA within one (1) month of closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful. CATHSSETA is an equal opportunity employer, committed to employment equity.

Coega Internship Programme 2018

New opportunities available for qualified and ambitious intern to join our company. The internship experience is intensive and seeks mature individuals who are able to work independently as well as in a team.


CDC is a development agency enabling sustainable socio-economic development in South Africa, through investment, infrastructure development, SMME development, mentorship, and facilitating skills transfer.


Coega is pronounced ’koo-gha’ with a guttural sound forming the last syllable. Coega would have originally come from the Nguni word Khoekhoen which means ’ground water’. Nguni is a language group to which Xhosa belongs.

The Xhosa word for Coega is Ngqura, and this is the name used for the adjacent Port of Ngqura, a deep water port which adds to business investment opportunities offered by the Coega industrial development zone. To pronounce Ngqura correctly, requires an ability to sound the click as used in the Xhosa language. To successfully achieve this, will likely require of you to travel to this most spectacular part of South Africa, where you are welcome to ask one of the many friendly Xhosa people to instruct you. 

POSITION: Corporate Services Intern (1)
EDUCATION: BCom Information System and Accounting

1. Grade 12
2. BCom Information System and Accounting
3. Computer literacy
4. Must not be older than 35 years age
5. Port Elizabeth permanent residence


1. Young vibrant energetic person
2. Good communication skills
3. Analytical skills

Closing date: 18 May 2018

If you meet the above requirements, please send the CV, academic record and ID copy to the

We encourage applicants to submit prior to the closing date. If you do not receive any response from us within eight weeks, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Only candidates who are interviewed will be advised of the outcome of their application.

In-service Trainee Programme at Pioneer Foods 2018

The Pioneer Foods vision is to become the leading South African FMCG company and our people are a key part of achieving this vision.

Our journey started nearly 100 years ago and we are now home to some of South Africa’s best loved brands such as SASKO, White Star Super Maize Meal, Safari, Ceres, Spekko, Weetbix, Liqui-Fruit and many more. 

If you take pride in the work you deliver and if you have a passion for excellence, results and quality, then Pioneer Foods is your home.


Pioneer Foods is one of the largest South African producers and distributors of a range of branded food and beverage products. The Group operates mainly across South Africa, providing wholesale, retail and informal trade customers with products of a consistently high standard. Pioneer Foods exports to more than 60 countries across the globe. The growing international business represents 21% of operating profit.

Specific Outputs 
  • Complete the knowledge component of the training requirements
  • Demonstrate ability to apply the knowledge practically
  • Submit all task, assignments or other required training evidence
Required Experience 
  • None
  • Degree /Professional Trade Certificate
Primary Objectives of the Position An undergraduate, or otherwise uncertified person, employed to complete the practical component of a qualification.

Closing date: 2018/05/17

Location - Town / City Port Elizabeth


This position will be filled in line with the objectives of Pioneer Foods’ Employment Equity plans and designated candidates are encouraged to apply in accordance with applicable legislation.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor at AECOM 2018

Under the supervision of a registered Quantity Surveyor, carrying out the normal duties and functions which occur within a professional Quantity Surveying office.

At AECOM, we believe in potential.

When you join a company that’s pioneering the future, your opportunities are unlimited. By connecting the largest network of professional expertise in the industry, we’re finding new approaches and better answers to the toughest challenges. And we want you to be a part of it.

Efficient buildings. Faster transportation. Improved security. Healthier environments. Resilient cities.

Every day, in dozens of markets and more than 150 countries, our employees are exploring new possibilities for a better world. If you’re interested in a career path that’s as dynamic as you are, apply now.

Core Accountabilities:
  • Preparing estimates of construction costs
  • Measurement of building quantities for bill preparation and final accounts
  • Drafting Bills of Quantities
  • Site visits and site measurement
  • Preparing valuations for issue of interim payment certificates
  • Assisting with cost management of construction projects
  • Preparing and concluding final accounts
  • Complying with basic office rules and procedures
  • Complying with the procedures laid down by the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors regarding obtaining registration. It is expected that registration will be obtained at the earliest possible date.
  • Attending all in-house seminars and workshops
  • Obtaining the required computer literacy and skills
  • Working in conjunction with other staff.
  • Ensuring compliance with the firm’s quality management systems, including establishing a full knowledge of the quality and practice manuals.
Minimum Requirements
  • Completed studies with 6 months to 1 year working experience.
Preferred Qualifications
  • BSC/ Honors Quantity Surveyor / Property Development.

What We Offer

AECOM is a place where you can put your innovative thinking and business skills into high gear and work alongside other highly intelligent and motivated people. It's a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, interesting, and meaningful projects worldwide. It's a place that values the diversity of our areas of practice and our people. It's what makes AECOM a great place to work and grow. AECOM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.

Kantar Graduate Programme 2018

You will receive a world class Research Experience and Exposure as a Trainee in TNS and Millward Brown.

This 12 month program will provide you with one of the best working experiences and a taste of what Kantar companies are about via rotation and exposure to three sister companies.

You could gain expertise and understanding of branding, product development, communication and marketing strategies; you will extend yourself beyond market research to “see the client’s side”.

Main purpose of the job
  • Work with your line manager to set up and run research projects
  • Build a strong day-to-day working relationship with the operational departments to ensure the smooth running of projects through the department
  • Checking research materials
  • Learn and apply market research skills
  • Learn about your clients’ markets (set up and maintain knowledge files)
  • To ensure that Millward Brown and TNS offer client service and levels of research expertise that is second to none.
What can you expect from “Us”?

The KGP programme is designed to offer 8 top local graduates an exciting career in market research with 2 of Kantar’s South Africa based businesses.

The Kantar Graduate Programme provides exciting opportunities that includes the option to rotate between our Brands.

What do we expect from “You”?
  • We expect you to be Passionate about the learning’s you will take from this great opportunity.
  • We expect you to be Impactful to take up the challenges and contribute the best way you can.
  • We expect you to be Supportive to your team and the way you approach your work.
  • We expect you to be Creative and be bold to explore ideas and new ways of doing things.
  • We expect you to be Trustworthy so you and your team can foster great working relationship and work ethics.
Key responsibilities
  • Setting up of projects under supervision
  • Interdepartmental project management
  • Questionnaire design & management
  • Preparing fieldwork materials under supervision
  • Specking and checking of code frames
  • Data/chart/coding specking and checking
  • Initial analysis of data and report preparation
  • Checking and proofreading presentations
  • Travel to client meetings as and when required (very occasionally may require overnight trips)
  • Internal presentations
  • General project administration and client files
  • Contact reports for client meetings
Minimum Qualifications/Work Experience
  • 3 year degree, preferably in Research, Marketing, Stats, Business Science, Economics
No previous research experience is required but a passion for brands and advertising is a must, a curiosity to understand consumer thinking and opinion and a desire to advise clients how to improve their brand’s performance in the market place.

Previous in-house media planning knowledge / experience an advantage.

A natural aptitude for Quant / Qual / Brand development

Technical Competencies required:

  • PC literacy in Word, Excel & PowerPoint
  • Excellent English writing and verbal skills
  • Numerical competency
  • Personal/Behavioral Competencies
  • Project management
Location: Johannesburg

At Kantar we have an integrated way of rewarding our people based around a simple, clear and consistent set of principles. Our approach helps to ensure we are market competitive and also to support a pay for performance culture, where your reward and career progression opportunities are linked to what you deliver.

We go beyond the obvious, using intelligence, passion and creativity to inspire new thinking and shape the world we live in. Apply for a career that’s out of the ordinary and join us.

In-Service Training Programme at SACAA 2018

The SACAA is taking applications for the 12 months In-Service Training Programme. The successful interns will participate in a 12 months In-Service Training Programme to gain work experience.

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


The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) is a Schedule 3A public entity in terms of the Public Finance Management Act ("PFMA"). It was established on the 1st of October 1998, following the enactment of the now repealed South African Civil Aviation Authority Act,1998 (Act No.40 of 1998).

The Authority is governed by a Board of Directors appointed by the Minister of Transport and is representative of aviation industry, management and business expertise. Through a Performance Agreement with the Minister, the Board is accountable for the performance of the Authority in carrying out its statutory functions and achieving objectives. The National Department of Transport will monitor the activities of the Authority.

- A Degree or National Diploma in the following fields
  • Legal
  • Accidents and Incidents Investigations
  • Library Science
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Aviation Security
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and
  • General Administration
Job Closing Date 30/05/2018


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.

Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Auditions: The Remix SA

After record smashing ratings across the world and for the first time in South Africa, SABC 1 brings you the world’s biggest reality competition, the global hit sensation, THE REMIX!

This ultimate talent throw-down has taken music to the next level! And now, you and your squad could be a part of the world’s most talked about reality music competition. Across the globe groups made up of a DJ Producer, a vocalist and musical performer of choice have been battling it out, scratching, belting out vocals and playing their hardest, to remix some of the world’s most popular hit songs.

The format:
10 groups, each made up of a trio of a strong vocalist, DJ/Producer and third musical member (e.g. an instrumentalist) compete head to head each week until only one group is left standing.

Groups must create a Remix within a given theme or musical genre. Working together, they must create a unique sound and bring new flavour to existing local and international hits. They also have to do justice to the original track.

The groups perform their Remix in front of a live studio audience and celebrity judges. They're judged on the Remix that they produce as well as the performance they give. The worst performance of the night is eliminated until only one group remains at the end of the series.

If you think you have what it takes to win the show, then read on... You don't need to be in a crew already - you can create one to enter.

If you do have a crew, bonus!

Who can enter?

Each member of the group needs to be between the ages of 18 to 35 to enter.

You need to be a South African citizen or a resident who is eligible to work in South Africa fulltime.

Who should your crew consist of?

Each group must consist of the following three members:

- A DJ / Producer with a proven ability to scratch and mix.
- A vocalist.
- A third creative contributor of your choice who must also be able to perform. For example, an additional
DJ/Producer, an instrumentalist, or a vocalist.

How to enter

Step 1: Get your stuff together

Prepare a video clip on a smart phone / recording device of the following:

- A popular song of two minutes in length which must be a live performance with live vocals
and instrumentation (if you're using any)
- Your DJ/Producer member of your group must be able to mix live and in performance and must be
skilled in any of the major music softwares: Logic, Fruity Loops, Cubase and Garage Band etc. He/She
must also have a basic set-up to work and produce if selected to participate.

Step 2: Apply to audition

Once you've done this, you need to submit a completed entry form, which you'll find here: The Remix SA entry form

Please note: Your entry must include a link to your video clip in the space provided on the form.

If you use Google Drive, Dropbox or WeTransfer, you must ensure that you share the link with

You need to ensure that both the form and video clip have been submitted. If one of them is missing you won't be considered for the auditions.

Closing date for these entries: 23h59 on 30 May.

Step 3: Get invited to audition (or not)

If the production considers your entry to be of a high enough standard, you'll be invited to audition.

Auditions are happening in Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg in early June.

At these auditions, you'll need to perform three 90-second tracks in one of these styles:

- Gqom
- Hip-hop
- Any of the house styles

You'll need to select the three tracks you are going to perform from the following list of songs:

1. Brenda Fassie - Weekend Special
2. Hugh Masekela - Chilese
3. Mandoza - Nkalakatha
4. Miriam Makeba - A Luta Continua
5. Shekinah - Suited
6. Samthing Soweto - Akanamali
7. Lira - Nguyazifela
8. Khalid - Young Dumb and Broke
9. Rihanna - Wild Thoughts
10. Pink - What About Us?

You'll find further details about the auditions, as well as the Terms and Conditions of the competition right here: The Remix - Entry Guidelines.