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Apply Now for Learnerships to study and work towards a full qualification. Learnerships are great because you don't have to pay fees - in fact they pay you! If you don't want to register for a Learnership you might want to sign up for an internship. Internships give you valuable work experience with a company which looks good on your CV and can lead to a full time job. Click here now to register for a Learnership or internship.


Boston City Campus has an opportunity for unemployed matriculants to participate in an ICB Junior Bookkeeping learnership. A stipend will be offered.


The Department of Community Safety, Security and Liaison invites applications for a Traffic Officers Diploma Learnership which seeks to capacitate unemployed youth with knowledge and skills in Traffic Law enforcement.


JICS Government have various entry level positions start at Matric / Grade 12 level. These vacancies range form a ICC position to secretary, Admin Clerk, supply chain and Finance. 


Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) has an exciting opportunity for 25 talented individuals in various locations. The Learnership is a structured integrated learning programme that combines theoretical (formal) training and on-the-job learning (structured work experience). 


Value Logistics has an exciting opportunity for qualifying female and male candidates to enroll in a Learnership program for 12 months in various provinces.


Are you an enthusiastic and motivated student, ready to tackle the working world? RCL FOODS is looking for Finance Graduates.


Graduates with Information Systems or Computer Science qualifications are invited to apply for the 12 months internship Program.


Here's a fantastic opportunity that Matrics won't want to miss. DJ Fresh is now giving you the opportunity to win a bursary which will pay for your three years of University studies.


2020 has been a challenging year, especially for learners at schools and those in matric, which is why Umalusi is so concerned that they may not be ready for their exams which are approaching. Due to lockdown learners lost a lot of valuable class time to learn the syllabus. Mafu Rakometsi, CEO of Umalusi, addressed his concerns about how disruptions by the current pandemic may have affected the education system.


We have been successfully running the traineeship program in South Africa for the last past five years and this year again we are expecting to bring onboard talented fresh graduates who will during the 12 months of traineeship not just learn to work but work to learn!

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