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Would you like to work for the leading retailer in South Africa? The Shoprite group includes Shoprite and Checkers stores. 

Shoprite was formed in 1979 with 8 stores in the Western Cape. Today the group has more than 2689 shops in 15 countries across Africa and Indian Ocean islands. They employ approximately 144 000 people.

The group is so popular now they serve 86 customers every second - which adds up to more than 1 billion sales per year!

In June 2016 Shoprite announced that 76% of South Africa's total adult population – more than 29 million customers – shop at one of the Group’s supermarket brands.

Shoprite has opportunities for jobs in their group which can lead to a long career in one of their many stores, or at their head office.

Bursaries are available and pay up to R70 000 per year for students, depending on their course and institution.

When you graduate there is also a graduate programme for you.


You can apply now for university courses available from many of the top United Kingdom universities. There is an increased interest in British courses for South Africans - some are worried about the situation with South African universities and others are looking at moving overseas in the future.  British university courses are respected across the world so open up many opportunities in most countries of the world.

All courses are open to South Africans, and there are free digital upgrades available to South African citizens who are taking the courses via the FutureLearn platform.  The British Council is the United Kingdom's international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities and is a registered charity.

 NSFAS are calling for anyone interested in funding for their studies from them to apply now. Applications will close on the 30th November and they will not ba another chance to apply.

NSFAS identifies eligible students, provides loans and bursaries
 and collects student loan repayments to replenish the funds available for future generations of students.

NSFAS exists to provide financial aid to qualifying students at public TVET colleges and universities.

NSFAS supports access to, and success in, higher education
 and training for students from poor and working class families who would otherwise not be able to afford to study.

Click here for the NSFAS website to apply

Getsmarter is a leading company offering online learning to busy professionals.  The company was formed in Cape Town in 2008 and the first university they worked with was the University of Cape Town - UCT. Today they also work with the University of Stellenbosch, London School of Economics and Political Science, Harvard, University of Cambridge, University of Oxford and University of Chicago.

The courses that Getsmarter offer have been developed by academics at leading universities.  They use a 'high touch' methodology to help their students finish their courses.  They claim that they achieve an 88% completion rate on their courses.

All the work is conducted online and all learners have a tutor who will assist them if they have any problems. They are now owned by 2U. 

SETA learnerships are available now for South Africans aged 18 to 35 who have good English skills.

The INSETA is inviting applications nationally from unemployed South African youth for a place in the Learnership Programme for 2018. Applicants who successfully complete the learnership will receive a nationally-recognised NQF 4 qualification in Long Term Insurance or Wealth Management.

SETA Learnerships are a great way to get a formal qualification as you work and learn at the same time. So as well as the qualification you also have work experience to add to your CV.

Another advantage with SETA Learnerships is that you will be paid each month. They will pay you a stipend. So instead of studying at a college or university - where YOU have to pay them - with a SETA Learnership they pay you! Apply Now.

Government internships allow you to get valuable workplace experience at a government job, and you will be paid a monthly stipend of R5 353 per month.  

If you are successful in your internship you could get a full time government job which will pay a much higher salary. 

The government internships are available for those aged between 18 and 35. If you are a graduate from a college or a university you are also encouraged to apply for the internships.

If you have friends and family who would be suitable for an internship please share this message with them.

To see if you qualify Click Here For Details on These Government Internships


Nedbank is one of the country's big banks and a respected employer. If you get a position with Nedbank and you work hard you have all the makings of a long and successful career.

Nedbank's internship programme will allow you to work across different departments at the bank so you can learn how the business works.

You need to have Matric to be apply for the programme. Other things you need for the programme are, to be good working with a team, good at communicating, doing research and problem solving.

You job will include working on new digital ideas for the bank and developing new business.

Click here to apply on the Nedbank official website



Learnerships have many advantages over other ways of getting a qualification. You can apply for learnerships at any time of the year as they don't always start at the beginning of the year.

Another advantage of a learnership is that you don't have to pay for the tuition.  The company that employs you pays for the training and you will also be paid while you are learning. There is a stipend that all learners will be paid when they are on the learnership.

There is a lot of demand for learnerships so you will have to quickly apply when you hear that a learnership is open for applications.


A police internship is a great way to get experience with the SA Police, or SAPS as it is known.  Members of the police are respected in society and contribute to developing our democracy.

An internship with the police can lead to a long and successful career in law enforcement.

As well as the possibility of leading to a career in the police, an internship can also lead to jobs in traffic police, municipal police or private security.

There are many different internships available with the police.

Click here for application details

False Bay College is known as the coolest TVET college in South Africa! They have campuses across the southern suburbs of Cape Town and also in Khayeletsha.