Friday, 19 April 2019

Thursday, 18 April 2019

PanSALB Internship Programme 2019

PanSALB has a Language Graduate opportunity in an effort to promote and encourage academic interests in disciplines directly related to the promotion of multilingualism, mother tongue education and the development of language in education at all levels of learning.

Stipend: R5,728.54 to R8,741.51 per month
(Determined according to level of qualification in terms of Remuneration Schedule for Interns in the Public Service)
Period: Twelve(12) months
Reference: 01/2019
Location: Limpopo, Polokwane

To qualify for the Internship Programme, you must: • Be an unemployed graduate aged between 20 and 35 years
• Have completed a three (3) year National Diploma (NQF 6) or Degree/ Honours/ Master’s Degree in Arts, Language Practice/ Translation and Interpreting and related field of studies from accredited institutions of Higher Learning
• Be a South African citizen
• Not have participated previously in an internship in the Public Service.
• Applicants who still need to finish or qualify for the minimum entry (National Diploma) should NOT apply.
• Candidates wishing to apply for the internship outside their region must be willing to find their own accommodation and transportation considering that they will be earning a stipend.
• All appointments are subject to the pre-employment screening.

Applications must be submitted on a signed and dated PanSALB Application Form, comprehensive CV, supported by certified copies of educational certificates and Identity Document.

Applications  with foreign qualifications must be accompanied by a SAQA evaluation report on the qualification.

Incomplete applications will not be considered. Failure to comply with the above requirements will result in the disqualification of the application.

Applications should be hand submitted to 5th Floor Provisus Building, 523 Stanza Bopape Street, Arcadia, 0083 or by post to Private Bag X08, Arcadia, 0007.

If you have not been contacted within one (1) month of the closing date, kindly deem your application to be unsuccessful.

Correspondence will only be entered  into with short-listed candidates.

PanSALB is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability) in PanSALB through the filling of posts. Candidates whose appointment will promote representivity will receive preference. People from the designated groups are encouraged to apply and will be given preference. Preference  will be given to women and disabled people. It will be expected of candidates to be available for interviews on the date and time and at a place as determined by the PanSALB. Appointment of successful candidates will be strictly subject to the result/ outcome of Personnel Suitability Checks. PanSALB reserves the right not to make appointments.

Enquiries: Bongani Mahlangu OR Dikeledi Nkhona Tel: (012) 341 9638.

Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) is a statutory body established in terms of Act 59 of 1995 (as amended) for, interalia, the creation of conditions for the development and for the promotion of equal use and enjoyment of all the official South  African languages. PanSALB seeks to appoint results-driven, assertive and dedicated individuals to fill the following position at our Organisation.

GP National Youth Service Programme 2019

The Department of Arts and Culture in partnership with National Youth Development Agency are looking to recruit young people to enter a one year National Youth Service Programme called.

The Young Patriots Programme, the programme seeks to engage young people in the service delivery to communities and as a way of building a culture of patriotism and nation building and also to seeks to make young people active participants in community development and nation building by involving them in areas of arts, culture and heritage.

The successful applicant will be required to fulfil the following functions:
  • Implement arts and cultural activities in both community and schools
  • Mobilise schools and youth to be part of TYPP activities in their community
  • Implement, coordinate and support TYPP events in the community
  • Maintain relationships with local community organisations and other community youth groups in the community
  • Administer monitoring for TYPP implementation in school and at the community
  • Promote South African National Symbols.
  • Commit to personal development and growth

Suitable candidates will need to satisfy all the following requirements:
  1. Grade 10 Out of school youth
  2. Must be between the age of 18 and 35 years
  3. Facilitation and presentation skills
  4. English and local language proficiency
  5. Arts and culture background
  6. Willing to work in Arts & Culture sector
  7. Strong community background
  8. Self-initiator, proactiveness, with attention to detail
  9. Display ability to role model to peers.
RSA youth onlyNB: Youth with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Monthly stipend, Training and uniform will be provided.

Closing Date: 26 April 2019

How To Apply
Please forward a summarised copy of your Curriculum Vitae (CV) to the TYPP Provincial Coordinator at the (

Bytes System Integration Finance Internship 2019

Bytes Systems Integration is a Specialist IT Services and Solutions Provider that helps our Clients plan, build, support and manage their IT infrastructures.

We achieve this by supplying a variety of software and application development and Systems Integration services, as well as a well-defined off-the-shelf product toolset

Job Function:
Financial clerk function. Areas of focus being purchasing and expense cycle, bank, general ledger processing and reporting, resolution of queries and Adhoc reporting. 

 Providing backup and support to the other finance functions and any other financial administrative functions.

  • Purchase order processing
  • Expense and subsistence claim processing
  • Preparation of schedules – eg training and travel and tax
  • Recording of fixed assets
  • Reconciliation of accounts payable
  • Preparation and posting of accruals
  • EFT payments
  • Maintenance of BBBEE procurement documents
  • Allocation of bank entries
  • Filing
  • Petty Cash
  • Participation in audits
Education Required:
  • Matric
  • Accounting qualification
  • Accounting package certificate (advantageous)
Essential Competencies:
  • Accounting package experience – preferably pastel
  • Microsoft Excel, Word, Exchange, Powerpoint
  • High attention to detail
  • Advantageous Competencies:
  • Pastel Evolution
  • Advanced Excel
Location: Midrand


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Department of Economic Development & Tourism Internship 2019

The Department hereby request applications for recruitment of the abovementioned programmes in the following fields of Study:

  • Economics/ Statistics
  • Financial Management
  • Tourism
  • Human Resource Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Project Management
  • Public Management
  • Business Management
  • Business Development
  • Information Technology/ Graphic Designer
  • Entrepreneurship
Internship programme runs for a period 12 months for qualified graduates who are in possession of a qualification (Degree, Diploma, Btech, Honours etc) in the mentioned fields of study.

Experiential learning programme runs for a period of 18 months for students who have completed N6 in the abovementioned fields of study, please fill in a Z83 Form.

  • Must be a permanent resident of the Northern Cape
  • Must be 18-35 years old
  • Must have completed qualification
  • Be prepared to enter into an Internship/ Learnership programme agreement with the Department
  • People with disabilities are encouraged to apply

The following documentation should accompany the application:
  • Copy of CV
  • Certified copies of qualifications
Forward your application to:

Ms. M. Petrus
13th Floor
Metlife Towers
Private Bag X6108

Enquiries can be directed to Ms. M. Petrus at 053-839 4000. Correspondence will be limited to successful candidates only. If you have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

Closing Date: 30 April 2019

NB! No faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted.

Save The Children Internship Programme 2019

CHILD SAFEGUARDING: Level 3 – the responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people.


  • The Migration and Displacement (M&D) pillar within the Regional Programming Unit (RPU) leverages regional experience and strategic partnerships to influence policy, identify integrated approaches, generate knowledge and cross learning, pilot transnational solutions to issues affecting migrant children across thematic areas, and catalyse sustainable change at scale for children affected by migration and displacement across the East and Southern Africa Region (ESAR).
  • As part of the Migration & Displacement pillar which constitutes of nine projects, the program intern will be responsible in supporting the Regional Migration & Displacement Manager on key programmatic inputs for the pillar.
  • The internship will run for 6 months.

Reports to: Regional Migration & Displacement Manager
Dimensions: Support to the Migration & Displacement program of the Regional Programming Unit on key outputs of the unit which include the cross-border mechanisms in East & Southern Africa.
Staff directly reporting to this post: None


  • Cross-Border Mechanisms in East & Southern Africa
  • Assist with the planning and organising of the regional learning event & regional cross border, which include the development of concept notes and terms of reference.
  • Support the team with organising the planning of the East & Horn of Africa Child Protection (CP) cross border workshop in May 2019.
  • Support the team with organising a side event on M& D at the PCIC conference, which include concept note and policy briefs as well as maintaining and inviting key participants.
  • Support the team with a stocktaking exercise of key actors working on migration & child protection in the EHoA.
  • Support with documentation, packaging and framing of SCI migration programs in the East & Horn of Africa
  • Document action points at key meetings and report writing.
  • Contributing to the M&D quarterly bulletin.
  • Supporting the social media presence of the M&D pillar by uploading pictures and videos with short written pieces of the pillar’s work to internal and external audiences
  • Attend key meetings at the request of the M&D program
  • Research Support & Documentation
  • Support with background research for presentations and business development
  • Support with background information for key presentations by the migration manager
  • Support the research & knowledge manager with key outputs on SDC
  • Input into key research documents produced by the pillar
  • Develop program briefs on the work of the M&D to share with key stake holders
  • SADC Migration Policy
  • Support the M&D manager on key inputs from government officials in 6 SADC countries on the migration policy
  • Facilitate civil society input on the migration policy by inviting key stakeholders to engagements and documenting input on the policy.
  • Document key inputs on the migration policy to be submitted to IOM
  • Administration
  • Develop a data base for the M&D program of key actors in the field, which include donors and the media
  • Support the migration manager with key tasks as requested


  • Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
  • Ambition:
  • Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves, takes responsibility for their own personal development.
  • Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
  • Collaboration:
  • Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their colleagues, Members and external partners and supporters
  • Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
  • Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to.

  • Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions

  • Honest, encourages openness and transparency; demonstrates highest levels of integrity


  • Degree in Migration, law, Social Sciences or related field
  • Programme and budget management experience
  • Experience working with government and regional bodies preferable
  • High level of integrity and ability to work as part of a professional team
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Proven ability to handle challenging environments and work load
  • Cross-cultural experience, understanding and sensitivity
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Have attention to detail & value results they produce
  • Understanding of operational/ action research desirable.
  • Commitment to Save the Children values

Location: Pretoria

Closing date: Friday, 19 April, 2019.

Email : (plese put position applied for in the subject line)

Hazendal Wine Estate Graphic Design Internship Programme 2019

We are looking for a capable, creative and energetic all-rounder to join the in-house marketing team as a junior designer/marketing assistant for a 1 month paid internship.

The incumbent is required to take a variety of projects from concept stage to finished artwork and implementation across print and digital media, including products and merchandise. 

At the end of the internship, subject to performance and dedication, the possibility exists for a fixed term contract (to be discussed).

This is a fantastic opportunity to learn a wide range of print and digital skills from a busy, dynamic and growing company, creating marketing and operational collateral for a premium Wine Estate in Stellenbosch. 

We are looking for a hard-working, driven person with a touch of perfectionism and a sense of humour. In return, we offer good coffee, stunning views and exposure to fun, creative activities like photoshoots, and spectacular events. 

This is a fast-paced environment so the ideal candidate must be able to multitask, have excellent time and project management skills, and handle pressure.

  • Create print-ready art for a wide variety of print projects (digital and litho)
  • Manage and oversee print production
  • Create web optimised web banners, social media graphics, etc.
  • Create Word templates for internal clients’ use
  • Edits and updates to Wordpress websites
  • Source products for our children’s centre and manage production
  • Degree or diploma in Graphic Design from a reputable institution
  • Proficiency in Adobe CC suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and more)
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word and Excel)
  • A CV and portfolio demonstrating excellent typographic skills and a flair for elegant, minimalist design
  • Good understanding of WordPress CMS, HTML and CSS
  • Digital marketing (Social Media, SEO, MailChimp)
  • Excellent time and project management skills
  • Experience with prepress and DTP
Personal attributes:
  • Attention to detail, high standards
  • Conscientious with a strong work ethic
  • The ability and willingness to learn quickly
  • Considerate and friendly

In order to be considered for this role, please submit your CV and portfolio to 

Correspondence will only be conducted with shortlisted candidates. No telephonic queries please.Should you not hear from us within two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful.