Traditionally the term 'job' referred to a paid position of regular employment. A worker would perform certain duties for an employer at a specified time and would receive monetary reward for their service. The idea of the 9 to 5 job has since been transformed to incorporate elements such as flexible work hours, remote workforces and online businesses.
Today more professionals are considering self employment or business ownership as a viable way to ear money for their services, skills, and knowledge.

Coaching is a caring profession characterised by a trusted relationship, authentic connection, and a collaborative partnership between the coach and client. At the core of coaching lie deep, one-to-one, empathetic conversations.

Mr Price Group stands as one of South Africa's foremost retail giants, offering an extensive array of job opportunities across various domains. For individuals aspiring to join their dynamic team, here is a step-by-step guide on how to navigate the application process for Mr Price jobs.

PEP stands as South Africa's largest single-brand retailer, renowned for offering affordable, high-quality clothing, footwear, and homeware. This guide details the steps to apply for jobs at PEP, showcasing the diverse opportunities available within this dynamic organization.

The Pick n Pay Group is one of Africa’s largest and most consistently successful retailers of food, general merchandise and clothing. If you’re interested in a career with them, this is how you can apply for jobs at Pick n Pay.

At Ackermans, individuals take pride in their origins and eagerly anticipate the promising future that lies ahead. Here's a guide on how to apply for jobs at Ackermans stores.

Are you interested in seeking employment as a Teachers Assistant or School Assistant? Here's a guide on how to apply for school assistant jobs using SAYouth.

Do you want to know where the money is? In this article, we will look at some of the best high paying jobs in South Africa which may help you make a decision on your career path.

If organisations want to compete and thrive in today's fast-paced and ever-evolving business landscape - change is not only inevitable but essential.

Despite AI’s incredible advances, human connection rooted in empathy and proficiency to address and exceed customers’ needs is irreplaceable. 

Gen Z works in - and values the office - more than any other generation and is about to reshape the workplace according to surprising new research. 

The Craft + Design Institute (CDI) is celebrating the close-out of a five-year R48.5m project, funded mainly by the National Treasury’s Jobs Fund, which enabled 50 SMMEs to create 669 new permanent jobs and fast-tracked 23 South African innovations.

Job interviews are often the first opportunity for an employer to meet you in person. Making mistakes can create a negative first impression, making it harder to convince the interviewer of your suitability for the position.

Pitching a promotion to your boss can definitely be a stressful task, but worth taking the shot to grow and further your career and position in your place of work. 

To make the job application process easier and bit less stressful, it is helpful to know what you should and should not do when applying for a job to give you the competitive edge you might need. 

If you are in your twenties and you find yourself in a management or leadership role, you might find yourself in a situation where people try to undermine your authority, and you might even find yourself questioning your own ability.

Two years after first opening its virtual doors, TransUnion’s Global Capability Centre (GCC) Africa continues to create jobs, despite the current local challenges of load-shedding and a constrained local economy.


Starting a new job can be exciting, but also intimidating. This is especially true during the first week when you're getting used to the new office dynamic. 

Have you been out of the workforce for a long time and now you’re keen to make a comeback? Do you maybe feel like you’re too old to start a new career or that the odds are stacked against you because you’re a woman? Well, there are some options you can consider to help you make that career comeback!

Getting your CV to be considered is challenging, particularly when there are so many others applying to the same position as you. Most prospective employers do a quick scan over each CV they receive and if yours isn’t filled with their particular choice of keywords then you’re simply not considered.

Having a good qualification and a great track record provide compelling reasons for employers to consider a candidate for a position, however many with these crucial qualities never even make it to the interview list because of simple but persistent mistakes.




Google News

Advertisement i

Advertisement m