P&G Graduate / Internship Programme for 2015

Closing Date: 31 August 2014
Location: Gauteng


  •  P&G looks for students from diverse academic backgrounds who have or will be completing their Bachelor Degrees in 2014


P&G offers employment and internship opportunities to students from diverse academic backgrounds:

  •  Proven leadership experience through working with societies and/or group projects
  •  Logical, Analytical & Strategic thinking
  •  Good interpersonal skills (conflict, influence, negotiation, relationship building, diversity)
  •  Good academic record
  •  Passionate about innovation and winning

To Apply

Apply for the P&G Graduate / Internship Programme 2015

Anglo American Learnerships

Location: Mpumalanga


Minimum N2 Technical qualification with relevant subjects i.e.:

  •  Electrician:
    •  Maths, Engineering Science, Industrial Electronics, Electrical Theory.
  •  Fitter:
    •  Maths, Engineering Science, Engineering Drawing, Fitting & Machining Trade Theory.


  •  Must be able and willing to work shifts, standby & call outs when required.
  •  Be able to cope with pressure, be innovative & a self-starter.
  •  Must be in possession of or able to obtain a certificate of fitness.
  •  Candidates must be able and prepared to undergo a psychometric assessment
  •  A valid K53 provincial driver’s license will be an advantage.
  •  Experience in the Mining Sector will be an advantage.

How To Apply

Apply for the Anglo American Learnership Opportunity

Closing Date: 29 August 2014



BBD offers 10 positions in the Learnership Programme, which is run on an on-going basis with two intakes in February and August of each year. This programme is a work based learning programme that runs over a 12 month period. It combines a structured learning component with practical work experience that is acquired while being employed with us. Candidates will be formally assessed in the classroom and in the workplace. You will be paid a minimum monthly stipend and upon completion of this programme, you will  have a nationally recognised IT qualification.

Are you?

  • A South African citizen studying or qualified at a South African university
  • Passionate about creating and building software
  • Studying or qualified in Computer Science, Software and Computer Engineering, Informatics or any related IT fields with a minimum academic average of 65%
  • Skilled in terms of written & verbal communication

Don’t forget!

  • A certified ID document
  • CV
  • Most recent academic results
  • Good written and verbal communication skills

How to Apply

Apply for the BBD IT Learnership Programme

Should you not be contacted within one month of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.

Closing Date: 31 December 2014


Minimum Requirements

  • Matric
  • Certificate in Accounting / Financial Management / Taxation
  • South African Citizens
  • Not more than 6 months of work experience
  • Currently not participating in Learnership
  • Matric
  • Certificate in Accounting / Financial Management / Taxation



The Learnership programme of SARS is a 24 months programme (fixed terms) where you will be introduced to a broad spectrum of learning experience while developing generalist and specialist fields.

At the end of the development programme, the learners who successfully meet SARS’s recruitment requirements will be considered for permanent appointment. Please apply online. Only online applications will be considered. With your application please upload your ID, Matric certificate, and qualifications, testimonials and police report if you were ever convicted of crime. If the above credentials are not attached, your application will not be considered.

The ideal candidate will have the following competencies:

  • Ability
  • Self-driven
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Customer focused
  • Problem Solving
  • Team Player
  • Analytical Skills
  • Good Interpersonal Skills
  • Ability to perform under stress
  • Strong organisational Skills

How to Apply