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If you still want a place at a varsity or college in 2019 you should apply via the government's Central Application Clearing House - referred to as Cach. This is the official way to apply and express your interest in the type of course you would like to study. Rather than having to apply individually to each university or college, the Cach will match up your interests with the courses available.

Univerisities and College do not accept 'Walk in' applications - which refers to people who turn up at the college asking for a place of study.  In the past this has lead to very long queues, and someone even died in the queue. So don't go in person, you must sign up via the cach website.

 Click here to apply online

Government internships allow you to get valuable workplace experience at a government job.  

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

Government internships are available now with the Department of Energy, Department of Transport, SanParks and the Office of the Chief Justice.

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 To Select The Government Internship You Are Interested In

 

If you want to study next year now is the time to apply for bursaries.  Even if you have applied for NSFAS or student loans that will often not be enough.  The best thing to do is to apply for a relevant bursary as well.

You can find information on hundreds of available bursaries on the website www.bursariesportal.co.za

Popular bursaries include the Funza Lushaka bursary for teachers, they Cyril Ramaphosa Education Trust, Old Mutual, and the Tiso Foundation.

Big companies also have bursaries available, for example Sasol, Shoprite Checkers, Eskom, Pick n Pay, and many more.

Applications are open now for bursaries from the government's funding scheme, NSFAS. Following the demands for free higher education over the last few years, NSFAS now pays all the money for university and college for qualifying students.

Anyone who has received a grant is immediately eligible for a bursary.

For details on who qualifies - and which documents you need - Click here for the information on what you need to apply

Are you still waiting for money that you were promised from NSFAS for this year? Click here for info on when payments will be made

If you want to study at college or university in 2018 or 2019 help is available from the Services Seta bursary fund.  The Seta is funded by money from employers and government and they have money available to help students in 2018 and 2019.

If you are looking for a career in the services sector there are hundreds of careers options to choose from. The services sector has been booming in South Africa in recent years and is a great place for young people to make a success of themselves. They also provide funding for young people studying to be artisans.

The Services Seta bursary can cover full tuition as well as books and accommodation. The applications are open now but you have to apply before the 15th June 2018. So don't miss out! Apply today.

 

Click here for more details on the Services Seta bursaries

Lulaway is holding a Jobs Fair where many different entry-level jobs, learnerships and internships are available.

No experience? No Problem! We are a recruitment company that specialises in entry-level and youth employment. Since 2011 we have placed 30 000 job seekers in small and large businesses across South Africa!

The following opportunities are available:

  • Call Centre Agent
  • Cashier
  • Retail assistant
  • Customer Service
  • Admin Assistance
  • Sales Consultant
  • Chef/Cook
  • Waiter
  • Security Guard
  • Drivers
  • General Worker
  • Internships & Learnerships

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS OF THE LATEST JOBS FAIR

If you are still looking for a place at a college or university there is help available from the CACH - the central application clearing house which is run by the government's Department of Higher Education and Training.

It assists prospecting students by sharing their matric results with public and private further and higher education institutions across the country, including colleges (public and private),  Technical and Vocational Training (TVET) colleges, universities, Setas and registered private higher institutions. 

Institutions with open study places, technical training opportunities, or apprenticeship slots then make them available to the most suitable applicants on the CACH database.

Capitec has been one of the country's most successful businesses over recent years, and has grown to be one of the country's top 4 banks.

If you would like a career with Capitec there's no better place to start than as a bank teller at one of their branches across the country.

They are well known as a bank that offers great products and services at very affordable rates. 

 Click here for more details

 

 

 

Woolworths is one of South African's top retail chains and many people want to work for them, either in their stores or their head office.

Woolworths is famous for their fashion departments and also for the top quaity food departments. Careers with Woolworths are in demand because they are a well respected employer.

They have more than 23 000 employees across their branch network.

The company started in 1931 with their first store in Cape Town, before spreading their stores across South Africa.

They now have more than 200 shops in South Africa and 65 in other African countries.

In Woolworths stores there are a range of career opportunities including, Sales, Replenishment, Store Management, Sales Management, Visual Merchandising, Stock Control.

Click here to view current vacancies and register for a job with Woolworths

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.

 

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