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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.

The police are recruiting young men and women now to enter their Trainee programme.

Click here for full details on the programme

This is the last chance to apply for the current Seta Learnerships that are available.

There are no costs in applying for these learnerships and you are also paid while you are doing the learnership - so you should apply now!

You have a choice of retail learnerships, government learnerships and other learnerships specifically for people with disabilities.


These opportunities to take part in internships, learnerships, bursaries and other training programmes are closing soon.

Please apply now so you don't miss out.  

The SAPS offers careers in various fields. If you join the SAPS you can either become a police official or a civilian employee. They are recruiting now for General Workers, Secretaries, Admin Clerks, Officers and many others.

Police officials are employed in terms of the South African Police Service Act, 1995 (Act No 68 of 1995). Civilian employees are employed in terms of the Public Service Act, 1994 (Act No 103 of 1994). Most functional Police Officials are directly involved in preventing, combating or investigating crime.



Trusted Interns is a platform for first-time job-seekers and early-career professionals to explore opportunities and get discovered by employers. 

When you sign up, you’ll be prompted to fill out some information about yourself, your education and your past work experience (this shouldn’t take longer than a few minutes). Once complete, you’ll gain access to a jobs board for internships and grad programmes that you can apply for directly.

Employers can also invite you to apply to their positions as they have access to job seekers profiles.

These are some of the internships that are currently available.

Client Service Intern

Social Media Influencer Management

Government internships are a great way to get work experience and it looks really good on your CV to have worked for government.

The internships last for up to two years and include internships for HR, Admin, Finance, Computers/IT and others. We have all the details on the requirements and also how to apply.

CLICK HERE for full details on these and other internships that are currently available.


SETAs have bursaries available and you can receive one if you are studying at a tertiary institution.

The Setas do this to support learners and to achieve their goal of making sure there are enough graduates to work in jobs where there is a shortage of skills. 

Even if you have some funding for your studies, it is always useful to get additional support and funds often run out before the end of the year.

* If you want to study at TVET College or varsity there are bursaries available from Teta. You can get funding for a National Diploma, Advanced Diplome, BTech or a Bachelors degree.




Do you need funding to study further? The cost of higher education is a stumbling block for many students but there are now more ways to access financial aid.

The Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme (ISFAP) is a public-private partnership that seeks to fund poor and middle class students in the higher education sector.

ISFAP focuses on providing financial support to students who wish to pursue careers in Occupations of High Demand. These careers have been identified by the Human Resources Development Council as critical to the South African economy.

According to the HRDC actuaries, accountants, artisans, engineers medial doctors and pharmacists have all been classified as crucial occupations.

Who can apply?

Students that are eligible for ISFAP funding are applicants from families whose annual income is between R0 - R600.00.00 per annum. Applicants must be South African citizens.

Unisa is the most popular university in South Africa with nearly 400 000 students studying there.

They offer short courses and full degree/diploma courses.  

Applications and registrations are open now for certain courses.

Which courses are you interested in? Click on a link below:





Do you need funding for your studies? The government has made financial aid available to students through the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) but there are conditions for funding.

Many students find the NSFAS application process to be complicated and slow. To simplify the process we've shared the answers to some of the most Frequently Asked Questions from current and prospective NSFAS students.

Do I qualify?

Before you continue check out the eight requirements to qualify for a bursary at NSFAS

After you've established that you are eligible for this bursary you can further your understanding about the NSFAS process by reading through the questions below.