SAPS: Police Reservist Traineeship Programme 2020

Closing Date: 28 February 2020
Location: All Provinces

The South African Police Service invites members of the community that is energetic, intelligent, physically and mentally fit and that is dedicated with the desire to serving their country on a voluntary basis as Reservists, to assist the South African Police Service in the fight against crime.

A Reservist performs voluntary duty in the South African Police Service without any expectation of receiving compensation for such duty.

In terms of the Regulations of the South African Reserve Police Service you may be called up by the National Commissioner to perform duties in order to strengthen and support the Police in performing its constitutional mandate as set out in Section 205 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 and that you will not receive remuneration (unless so called up). You will be expected to perform a minimum of sixteen (16) hours voluntary duty per month.

Basic appointment requirements:


  • RESIDENCY: must be a South African citizen by birth AGE at least 20 years and below 50 years of age of which documentary proof must be furnished
  • MEDICAL EVALUATION: Completes a health questionnaire determine by the National Commissioner, at his or her own cost, that is confirmed by a registered medical practitioner.
  • FITNESS: is medically mentally and physically fit to perform the duties of a reservist
  • CHARACTER: is of good and sound character, for which positive background enquiries must be obtained
  • PSYCHOMETRIC ASSESSMENT: Fit the psychometric profile and has successfully completed any other test that may be determined by the National Commissioner.
  • QUALIFICATION: is in possession of at least a senior certificate (Grade 12)or a National Certificate (Vocational) level 4, of which documentary proof must be provided
  • LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY: is able to speak, read and write at least two official languages, of which one must be English
  • VETTING PROCESS: allow his or her fingerprints and DNA sample to be taken completes an assessment questionnaire is vetted or screened
  • TRAINING: is prepared to undergo such training as may be determined by the National Commissioner
  • PRESCRIBED OATH: is prepared to take the prescribed oath of office
  • RETIREMENT AGE: understands that his or her services may be terminated at the age of 60
  • EMPLOYMENT: Employment is not a prerequisite requirement but applicants who are employed will receive preference. Provides proof of employment where relevant
  •  PROOF OF RESIDENCE: provides proof of his or her residential address
  • CRIMINAL RECORD: do not have a criminal record or any criminal or departmental cases pending against him or her (all criminal or departmental cases must be declared)
  • TATTOO: do not have any tattoo marks of which will be visible if the person wears uniform, and that is irreconcilable with the objectives of the Service.

In accordance National Instruction3 of 2014of The Reserve Police Service the following persons will not be considered as a reservist if he or she:

  • previously served in a Government Department or other employment and were dismissed as a result of misconduct, or discharge as medically unfit;
  • a former Member of the Police whose application for re-enlistment was rejected due to negative considerations;
  • members of the Regular Force of the National Defence Force referred to in section 52 of the Defence Act, 2002 (Act No. 42 of 2002);
  • holds a key position as determined by the Department of Labour.
  • holds any post or office in a political party, organization movement or body;
  • is actively involved in politics or who is an outspoken supporter of a political party and who may violate the non-partisan nature of the Police;
  • is a full-time or part-time journalist;
  • does not have a fixed residential address;
  • is not employed;
  • Is a scholar;
  • is a bouncer or chucker-out;
  • is a member of a municipal police service (including a local law enforcement officer);
  • is a sheriff or deputy sheriff;
  • is in any manner connected to a brothel, escort agency or any such undertaking;
  • is in any manner connected to a business or industry which had contracted with or submitted a tender to the State to render a service of supply a product to the Police;
  • is in any manner whatsoever involved in –the private security industry(whether as director/partner or employee)/ taxi industry(this includes but is not limited to the operation of a taxi service by him/herself, or employing another person, or the performance of remunerative work for a taxi association, group or taxi owners or singe taxi owner operator)/ liquor trade or keeping of a tavern or shebeen / preparation or completion of applications for liquor licences / private investigation services(included but not limited to tracking work as agent, money lender , debt collected or financial institution, performance of private detective work, interception of communications or planting of electronic bugging devices) / operation of a scrap yard(as owner or employee)/ micro lending services / conducting the business of trading in second-hand goods / tow-in or breakdown service industry/ gambling industry / preparation or completion of applications for firearms licences / rendering of a physical security service / insurance investigations and investigations on behalf of agencies handling claims against the Road Accident Fund /serving of court process, excluding the serving of summonses in civil cases / trading in livestock, excluding such trading as part of bona fide farming activities / funeral undertaker.

An appointment as a Reservist in the South African Police Service does not reserve any right or expectation to be translated, absorbed or appointed as an employee of the South African Police Service; or preferential treatment (of whatsoever nature) for consideration to be appointed as an employee of the South African Police Service. Should any Reservist wish to become an employee or a permanently employed member of the South African Police Service, the prescribed selection and appointment process of the South African Police Service will be followed and he/she must conform to all the prescribed requirements.

Recruitment / Selection / Appointment processes

  • All applicants will be subjected to a psychometric assessment, a medical evaluation at own expense and own medical practitioner / doctor and an interview.
  • The SAPS will also verify the criminal records, qualifications, driver’s license, citizenship and residential address of each applicant.
  • Applicants will be subjected to a vetting process which will include security screening and fingerprint verification.
  • The Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Amendment Act, Act 37 of 2013 requires that all new appointments in the SAPS as from 31 January 2015 provide a buccal (inside cheek) sample in order to determine their forensic DNA profile. The forensic DNA profile derived from the sample will be loaded to the Elimination Index of the National Forensic DNA Database.
  • The SAPS may also publish the names of applicants in the newspapers for public comments.
  • In view of the physical demands of the Reservist Training Programme, applicants with chronic diseases, physical impairments or any other health conditionswill beexcluded. Applicants’ failure to disclose theseconditions will result in their withdrawal from the trainingprogramme on the determination thereof.
  • In accordance with the SAPS Dress Order, applicants who have visible tattoos when wearing uniform will be excluded.

Reservist Training Programme

Selectedcandidates will be invited to attend the Reservist Training Programme.The Reservist Training Programme will not be a once-off event and therefore successful candidates will have to avail themselves to attend the training sessions, after hours and on weekends due to your work commitments. The training willconsist of Orientation, distance learning, contact sessions,formative and summative assessments. Interested candidates will have to avail themselves to attend certain Learning areas(Orientation to SAPS / Law / Community Service Centre / Crime Investigation / Crime Prevention / Street Survival).The appointment as Reservist will only be effected on successful completion of the prescribed training.

Core Functions:

  • Successful Reservistswill perform general functional policing duties in sectors at station level. As such, they will be carryingout one or more of the following functions:
  • Prevent, combat and investigate crime,
  • Maintain public order,
  • Protect and secure the inhabitants of the Republic and their property,
  • Uphold and enforce the law

How to Apply

Complete the prescribedapplication form in your own handwriting. Download Application Form

  • Applicants must take note of the fact that application forms are not for sale and any payment offered by an applicant or promises provided in this regard will be investigated and may lead to criminal prosecution. Applicants may report such incidents to the National Anti-CorruptionLine at telephone number: 0800 701701.
  • Specify the Station for which you are applying.You are advised to apply to join as a reservist at a Police Station close to your place of residence as you will have to commute to and from the station with your own transport.
  • Make sure you have signed your application form in front of a commissioner of oath.·Attach certified copies of your:
  • ID,
  • Driver’slicence,
  • Matric/Senior Certificate (Grade 12 certificate or equivalent qualification),
  • Additional qualifications,
  • Proof of permanent employment,
  • Proof of residence.·Submit two (2) colour ID photographs, one of which must be attached on the prescribed application form.

Application forms must beobtained at your nearest Police Station (HRM Office), and hand delivered at your nearest Police Station (HRM office)

Correspondence will be conducted with successful candidates only. The South African Police Service isunder no obligation to appoint any one in accordance with the advertisement. If you have not receivedfeedback from the South African Police Service within 3 months of the closing date, please regard yourapplication as unsuccessful.

MBSA Apprenticeship Intake 2020

Apprenticeship Intake 2020

Mercedes Benz South Africa offers trade-related training for top achievers who show a strong interest in their field of study and who want to be trained in a world-class organisation. This training will be offered at the MBSA East London Learning Academy. Positions, subject to conditions being met, may be made available for persons wanting to pursue the following apprenticeship fields:

  • Apprenticeship: Millwright
  • Apprenticeship: Automotive (Motor Vehicle) Electrician

Applications are invited from individuals interested in studying any one of the above technical fields through an apprenticeship. To be considered, applicants must

  • Strictly comply with all the application requirements laid out in this advert. Please note all points in the advert carefully
  • Meet the minimum qualification requirements by the time the apprenticeship starts which are: A seven subject Grade 12/ Matric NCV 4 qualification with good results in Mathematics and Physical Science, inclusive of applicable related subjects such
  • as Electrical Technology. Mechanical Technology, Automotive Repair and Maintenance, Engineering Graphics and Design etc
  • Alternately – A minimum of a full four subject N3 Technical Certificate with supporting language  subjects at a Grade 12/Matric level or NCV level 4 (in a related engineering field of study is required. Students currently in their final year of study in the qualifications mentioned here and in the previous point may apply
  • Be a South African citizen and ensure compliance with company values and policies
  • Note that meeting the minimum entry requirements does not guarantee further selection or screening for any apprenticeship positions that may be offered by MBSA

All applications are invited, however the following will apply: Code of good practice on the employment of people with disabilities. People with disabilities may apply, as long as the requirements indicated above can be met.

How To Apply

  • E-mail your application to the following e-mail: Applications by other means will not be considered .
  • It is strongly recommended you send your attachments as PDF documents. Word documents may also be used but PDF is preferred. No zipped, exe, or other similar files are allowed as attachments and other file formats will be blocked. Applications with missing or blocked attachments will not be considered
  • Please only send ONE e-mail with all your attachments on it. Multiple e-mails from the same applicant will not be considered. If the attachments size is to big please reduce them before sending to enable all your documents to be submitted in ONE e-mail . It is strongly recommended that attachments sent be submitted together as one PDF file to simplify processing of your application
  • The total size of ALL submitted attachments per application may not exceed 6MB / six megabytes
  • Ensure that your typed submitted documents such as your covering letter, CV, contact details, etc are typed in a minimum font size of 14 to ensure legibility of documents
  • The first page of the application must include a covering letter which must quote the reference number TECH 2020 and clearly show your preferred field of training: Either Millwright, Electrician or Automotive Electrician. You are only allowed to apply for one trader apprenticeship
  • Clearly state in the covering letter why you are interested in the apprenticeship you have indicated . All applicants who are currently writing Grade 12 must submit certified copies of their 1″ term 2019 Grade 12 results as well as certified copies of their final Grade 11 results
  • All applicants who have completed Grade 12, NCV 4 or any other related higher qualification must submit their certificate / statement of results together with any other applicable qualification and ID
  • Certified copies of all qualifications mentioned on the submitted CV must be included – not just the applicant’s highest qualifications
  • All applicants who are currently studying NCV level 4 must submit copies of their NCV level 2 and 3 results, as well as their final year high school certificate results irrespective of the level achieved at high school
  • Candidates may only apply for one apprenticeship field and must not submit more than one application
  • The applicant’s CV, ID and all other applicable certificates examination results must be included .
  • Please ensure that certification stamps do not obscure important details on submitted documents
  • Ensure that clear certification stamps with signatures are visible on all documents such as Identity Document, all submitted Certificates examination results, etc.

Closing Date: 15 July 2019
Location: East London

Please note: If you have not been contacted by the end of September 2019 for further screening you should consider your application

Municipality In-Service Traineeship

Closing Date: 12 July 2019 Stipend: R3 000.00 for the duration of 18 months

Ntabankulu Local Municipality in partnership with Ingwe TVET College invites all interested candidates from Ntabankulu jurisdiction who obtained N6 qualification from Ingwe Tvet College for Experiential Training Programme in the following fields:

  • Public Management x20 
  • Human Resources Management x25 
  • Information Technology x10 
  • Business Management x10 
  • Management Assistant x25 
  • Financial Management x10

How To Apply

Applications should be hand delivered to Ntabankulu Local Municipality HR Office not later than 12 July 2019 and applicants should submit the following: Letter from the College requesting In-service Training Curriculum Vitae, Certified copies of the qualifications N4, N5 & N6 and certified ID Copy

The Municipal Manager
L Nonyongo
Ntabankulu Local Municipality
Private Bag X504
Ntabankulu 5130

Proof of canvassing and other unacceptable conduct will automatically disqualify an applicant. No faxed or emailed applications will be accepted. For any queries contact: K Wongeni or Larry King at 039 940 2142.

Ntabankulu Municipality: In-Service Traineeship Programme 2019 / 2020

Traffic Officer Traineeship

CLOSING DATE: 19 JULY 2019 before 12h00 noon.

STIPEND: R4 500 pm
Duration: 15 Months

Ref. 108 – 8 July 2019

In terms of its Employment Equity Plan, the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is committed to employment practices that redress past imbalances in respect of race, gender, creed and disability, and as such the relevant policy will be considered during selection and placement.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the under-mentioned position. Persons with a disability are encouraged to apply.



  • Matric/Grade 12.
  • Valid Code B driver’s licence.
  • South African citizenship.
  • Age between eighteen and thirty-five years.
  • Medically fit and able-bodied (test to be conducted by Employee Wellness Centre).
  • Proficient in English.
  • Clean criminal record.
  • Unemployed resident within Nelson Mandela Bay.
  • All racial groups and gender within Nelson Mandela Bay.
  • Meeting all institutional employment criteria.

As part of the selection process, candidates may be tested on any requirement, skill or competency, which will include pre-employment screening, security vetting and psychometric assessment.

How To Apply


Kindly note that all applications for employment should be completed on the officialemployment application form of the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality and accompanied by certified copies of academic qualifications (please do not submit original supporting documentation, as this will not be returned).Z83 applications and faxed applications are no longer accepted. A CV not accompanied by a fully completed official application form will not be accepted.

Please complete one employment application form per vacancy, clearly stating the position code of the post for which you are applying.

Official application forms are obtainable from the Employment Application Receiving Centres that are located on ground floor of: Lillian Diedericks Building (formerly Brister House), Govan Mbeki Avenue, Port Elizabeth OR Town Hall, Market Street, Uitenhage.  Application forms may also be downloaded from the municipal website: Telephonic enquires may be directed to the Receptionist, Tel: 041 506 3259.

Mail to the Executive Director: Corporate Services (Human Resources Management Services Sub-Directorate), PO Box 116, Port Elizabeth 6000 or deliver to the relevant Employment Application Receiving Centre.

Kindly note that the Municipality contacts shortlisted applicants only. Applicants not contacted within six weeks of the closing date may safely assume that their applications were not successful. They are nevertheless thanked for their interest shown in the position advertised.

Nelson Mandela Bay: Traffic Officer Traineeship Programme 2019 / 2020

I&J: Apprenticeship Programme 2019 / 2020

Closing Date: 05 July 2019

Engineering Apprentice Electrical / Fitter / Millwright

An opportunity exists for an Electrical Apprentice at I&J Cape Town Fishing. I&J want to attract a passionate, customer centric and process driven individual who has strong communication skills to become part of the Engineering Team. We seek an individual who is passionate about engineering, specific to the Electrical discipline.


Communicate Clearly – Ensures a common understanding of the message is established between the sender and the recipient and that the intended impact or result is achieved
Build and use key relationships – Quickly identifies and establishes key relationships in the business
Remain composed and resilient – Perseveres and overcomes obstacles despite resistance or setbacks.
Work with others – Is receptive to feedback from others as well as providing meaningful feedback to others

Location: Cape Town


Minimum Grade 12/NQF4 equivalent

How To Apply

Apply Online for the I&J Apprenticeship Programme


The Role

As an apprentice, you invest your time, energy and work into your skills training, and your employer invests time and money to train you. The technical training provider – a college, university, or training institution – and the Industry Training Authority (ITA) also have important roles to play.

Key Performance Areas

  • Observe the conditions of the relevant employment agreement or award;
  • Attend and perform work as directed by you;
  • Behave in a courteous and professional manner;
  • Obey all lawful instructions;
  • Not waste, damage or injure the property, goods or business of the employer.
  • Work toward achieving the competencies of the training plan;
  • Undertake training and assessment as required under the training plan;
  • Keep the training record and produce this when required.

Profile Required

  • Grade 12 (Matric) with Maths and Science or equivalent qualification

How To Apply

Apply online for the Sandvik Apprenticeship Programme

Treasury In-Service Traineeship

Stipend: R68742.00 pa

KWAZULU-NATAL FOR IN-SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAMME (Targeting mainly Students with Disabilities)

KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Treasury is committed to assisting KZN students from TVET Colleges to gain practical experience in the fields of Financial Management and Accounting

This program will include a work-based structured approach to experiential learning related to an occupation with an aim to acquire competencies in the abovementioned fields.

In terms of the Department’s Employment Equity Plan, a greater percentage of students with disability will be taken onto the programme; and whom are therefore encouraged to apply.


KZN Students from TVET Colleges between the age of 18 and 35 years. (Permanent residency and academic institution must be in KZN). Applicants must not have participated in an in-service training programme previously. (subject verification) Prepared to relocate to Pietermaritzburg at own cost. Must be computer literate. Prepared to undergo a selection process Applicant must be in possession of N4, N5 an N6 certificate in the following fields: Accounting, Financial Management and Financial Accounting


Maximum of 18 months, applicants will be required to enter into a contract with the Department. The program will run from 1 July 2019 till 30 January 2021.


1. Applicants must submit a detailed CV including contact telephone numbers, physical and postal address, certified copies of ID, certificate(s), statement of results.

2. Applications must have a formal letter from the institution indicating a need for the learner to undergo experiential training

3. An academic transcript with academic merit.

4. A copy of the learner logbook should be attached to the application

How To Apply

Applications must be marked for the attention of Ms CP. Sibisi, The Head of Department, KwaZulu-Natal, Provincial Treasury, Directorate: Human Resource Management and Development, PO Box 3613, Pietermaritzburg, 3200/hand delivered, 145 Chief Albert Luthuli Street, Treasury House. Enquiries can be directed to Ms. T. Suleman at (033) 8974372.

No faxed, e-mailed or late applications will be accepted.

Transnet Apprenticeship

Ref No: HR / KZN / TPT / RCB / APPRENTICESHIP / 19 / 05 / 16 (must be written on the outside of the envelope for identification)

As part of our human capital development strategy, we are offering comprehensive bursaries to students to be trained as Artisans and Skilled Workers in the following trades and field.


  • Fitters [x10]
  • Electrician [x10]
  • Millwright [x6]
  • Diesel Mechanics [x10]
  • Auto-Electricians [x4]
  • Welder [x2]


  • Grade 12 with a pass in Maths and Physical Science or
  • Grade 12 Technical Matric with a pass in Maths and relevant trade subject
  • N2 with relevant trade subjects will be an added advantage
  • Code 8 Driver’s Licence will be an added advantage

Please take note of the following:

  • SA citizens studying towards these trades or related fields without any other bursary obligation
  • and with outstanding achievements are encouraged to apply
  • Appointments will be made in terms of the Company’s Employment equity policy and Recruitment and Selection policy.
  • All training will be done in Durban. Please note that NO accommodation & / transport assistance will be provided
  • Only posted applications will be accepted.
  • Preference will be given to youth from local communities.
  • Please accept that your application was unsuccessful if you have not been contacted within one month of the closing date of the advertisement.

Location: Durban

How To Apply

Please send a cover letter indicating your choice of trade, your CV, certified copy of relevant qualification / s and certified copy of ID document to Transnet Engineering via the following postal address: RECRUITMENT MANAGER, TRANSNET ENGINEERING, PO BOX 951, DURBAN, 4000

Mr Price Traineeship jobs

We’re looking for a Trainee Buyer to ensure that we’re constantly offering the most exciting products to our 500+ stores internationally.
Working at our HQ in Durban you will have a unique opportunity to learn the ins-and-outs of buying at one of South Africa’s top international omnichannel retailers.

Are you super organised, a fashion lover and have an eye for the latest trends? Yes? Well, you can be a part of the team responsible for developing and selecting future fashion ranges for our customers.

What you’ll be doing…

Deliver amazing administrative support to the team to ensure everything runs smoothly
Maintain the Merchandise Process and make sure your suppliers meet each key date so the product runs on time
Manage and keep track of hundreds of samples (fits, development, shoots/meetings)
Work closely with marketing, quality, resource, visual merchandise and your suppliers on a daily basis
We’d love to meet, someone who…

Lives and breathes fashion and is passionate about product
Understands who the MRP customer is
Great at teamwork
Is super organised, able to use initiative and to work in a fast-paced environment
Has great attention to detail to ensure all the important details are precise
Has excellent communication skills and the ability to build great relationships
Relevant tertiary qualification in Fashion / Clothing or production
1 years’ experience in manufacturing will set you apart from the rest
What’s in it for you…

Great benefits
A company that focuses on their people’s wellbeing
Appealing staff discounts and sample sales
Best in class Learning & Development training and career development programmes
Who we are

Mr Price Group is a high growth, omnichannel, fashion-value retailer with 6 trading divisions, namely: mrp ; mrphome; mrpsport; MILADYS; sheet street and mrpmoney.

We’re movers and shakers.

We pride ourselves on our fast-moving, fast-working and collaborative culture. Our extensive market-leading retail knowledge means that our environment fosters creativity, curiosity, and a need for exploration.

We employ over 16000 incredible people, and retail in over 1000 South African based stores, almost 100 international stores, and through our online channels offering our full product assortments.

Mr Price Group is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to Employment Equity.

How to Apply

Click here to send applications

TFG: Traineeship Opportunities

The TFG Graduate Programme is designed to help you make a smooth transition from campus into the world of work. You will engage with various individuals and teams in the business who will share their experience, knowledge, passion and purpose, to help you successfully complete the structured training programme.

PMO TraineeA relevant Project Management qualification (e.g. Prince2 / PMP)Retail experience and a broad working knowledge of IT systemsBroad experience in and knowledge of TFG retail business and systems will be an advantageApply Online for the TFG PMO Traineeship Programme
Internal Auditor TraineeRelevant B.Com degreeWilling to obtain a CIA certificationApply Online for the TFG Internal Auditing Traineeship Programme
Planner TraineeA degree in Business Science or B.ComMajors in Finance, Statistics, Economics, Marketing and or Maths would be advantageousApply Online for the TFG Planner Traineeship Programme

Location: Parow, Cape Town