Job Seekers Encouraged To Register For Employment Opportunities

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Apart from being one of the most unequal countries in the world, South Africa holds one of the highest unemployment rates at 34.4%. The Department of Labour seeks to mitigate the continuous crisis of unemployment.


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The Directorate of Public Employment Service (PES) of the Limpopo Department of Employment and Labour has called on job seekers in the province to send their CVs to published emails and officials who work directly with job seekers directly.

The Ministry of Employment and Labour is embarking on this initiative as many people are unemployed or have lost their jobs following layoffs and business closures due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Director of the Public Employment Service Sarah Lepogo said it was an ongoing process with no end date as the ministry is constantly marketing job seekers to potential employers.

She further noted that the majority of the job seekers in the province come from rural areas and do not always have the means to access work centers to upload or submit their documents online or in person.

Lepogo added that the initiative will allow them to upload documents through their phones instead of having to figure out how to navigate the website.

Lepogo however emphasized that the ministry does not promise any job offers but helps job seekers in their job search.

She said a devoted team of representatives have been placed across the province to seek employment opportunities on behalf of job seekers on a regular basis.

We call on our job seekers, regardless of their education level, to upload their curriculum vitae (CVs) to the shared email addresses so that the ministry can try to help them.

She further advised that employment seekers should be aware that the database is national. If they email their CV to Limpopo, it will be accessible in all provinces once it is registered in the database.

Job seekers from Limpopo province are encouraged to send their CV to the e-mail addresses of the 13 work centers provided: 

1) Seshego labour centre:

Email address: [email protected]

Officials to contact: Mapula Mathebula and Fulufhelo Marubini

2) Giyani labour centre:

Email address: [email protected]

Officials to contact: Catherine Chauke and Nyeleti Chauke

3) In Groblersdal:

Email address : [email protected]

Officials to contact: Matsena Mokobedi and Promise Mashigo

4) In Lebowakgomo

Email address: [email protected]

Officials to contact: Sinah Mashilo and Mokgadi Nemaukhwe

5) In Lephalale

Email address: [email protected]

Officials to contact: Lesley Kgwete and Lesibana Kekana

6) In Polokwane

Email address: [email protected]

Officials to contact: Mashile Raphela, Dimakatso Mafona and Mpho Maringa

7) In Makhado

Email address: [email protected]

Officials to contact: Zandile Netshitomboni and Nkateko Mugwena

8) In Thohoyandou

Email address: [email protected]

Officials to contact: Takalani Muvhango and Ntsieni Mukhunama

9) In Phalaborwa

Email address: [email protected]

Officials to contact: Angela Mojela, Tsakani Mashaba and Patricia Maake

10) In Tzaneen

Email address: [email protected]

Officials to contact: Gija Machimana, Lesetja Maake, Michael Makhubele and Prudence Malope

11) In Modimolle

Email address: [email protected]

Officials to contact: Peter Morifi and Dineo Matlala

12) In Mokopane

Email address: [email protected]

Officials to contact: William Mabudusha and Kabelo Motseo

13) In Jane Furse

Email address: [email protected]

Officials to contact: Thabo Kgoale, Charles Thobejane and Kedibone Mathapo


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