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Sassa Internships For Unemployed Youth



Sassa Internships For Unemployed Youth

Sassa Internships For Unemployed Youth: SASSA is a dynamic organization that offers a variety of vital services to a diverse group of South Africans. SASSA offers internships and entry-level administrator positions to qualified unemployed candidates.

Grant Administrators Posts (Level 5)


  • Candidates should have a Senior Certificate (NQF Level 4),
  • Computer literacy is essential.
  • A Valid driver’s license
  • Administrative/ clerical experience will be an added advantage


  • Finance
  • Human Resources Management
  • Office Administration
  • Safety Management


Applicants interested in these positions should send their applications (CV and completed new Z83 ONLY) with the relevant reference number and position name as listed in the advertisement.Applications should include a comprehensive CV (outlining all experience, duties, and indicating the respective dates (MM/YY) per position, as well as indicating references with full contact information).

Sassa Internships For Unemployed Youth

Interviews may take place through a virtual medium, which will be discussed with each shortlisted applicant.Please keep in mind that copies of qualifications, certificates, ID, and a valid driver’s license, among other things, must be submitted upon request.Failure to meet the aforementioned requirements may result in your application being rejected.

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Truworths: Internship Programme 2024




Truworths: Internship Programme

Truworths Internship Training Programme offers the ideal opportunity to kick-start a graduate’s workplace experience in the exciting World of Fashion. If you’re a youthful, innovative and ambitious individual who thrives on challenges, then be sure to apply.

If you’re looking for relevant work experience based in our Stores, we offer an internship to boost your work experience and gain remarkable exposure in the world of Retail.

The following Internship Opportunities are open for applications:

Finance Intern

  • BComm degree in Finance or related field

HR Intern

BA or BCom or BTech or Advanced Diploma in:

  • HR / Human Resources 
  • Industrial / Organisational Psychology,
  • Human Resources Development (HRD)
  • Human Resources Management (HRM)

Trainee Garment Technologist

  • Tertiary qualification: Clothing technology or related work experience

Trainee Planner Intern

  • B.Com, B.SC or other numerate tertiary qualilfication
  • Examples of numerate Degrees / Diplomas: Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer science, Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business Studies,  Actuarial science, Banking, Chemistry, Physics, Information technology or any other degree which equips students with the ability to manipulate data and to apply math skills.

Trainee Buyer Intern

  • Creative qualification
  • Preferably Fashion degree/ diploma

Trainee Sourcing Coordinator

  • Tertiary qualification: Clothing technology
  • Correlated work experience

Trainee Fashion Designer

  • Fashion design qualification or related qualification
  • Fabric and garment construction knowledge
  • Graphic design knowledge would be of great benefit to assist the buying teams in their product development

Trainee Risk Analyst Intern

  • BBusSci/BSc/Act Sci or Bcom Investment graduate (strong Mathematics/ Statistics) with strong academic record to join our team of Risk Analysts.
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Bridgestone SA: Apprenticeships 2024




Bridgestone SA: Apprenticeships

Bridgestone SA invites South African unemployed youth to apply for Apprenticeship Programme 2023 / 2024

Apprenticeship Application Closing Date: 12 Decemeber 2023

Apprenticeship Location: Britz, South Africa

Job Purpose:

The role involves optimizing mixing specifications and compounds to achieve consistent extrusion and calendaring results, focusing on reducing waste and scrap while meeting budgeted objectives. Bridgestone SA aims to evolve from a premium tyre producer to a mobility solutions provider.

About Bridgestone:

Bridgestone develops, manufactures, and markets tyres for various applications including passenger, light truck, truck, bus, earthmoving, agricultural, motorcycle, and aircraft usage. The company emphasizes innovation and quality products and has a strong presence in motor racing globally.

Equal Treatment Policy:

Bridgestone ensures equal treatment for all job applicants and staff members, emphasizing the absence of discrimination based on various factors such as gender, marital status, race, ethnicity, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, religion, or age.

Job Requirements:


  • Grade 12/N3 Certificate
  • N2-N6 in Engineering Studies (mandatory)


  • Workshop Training (advantageous)

Why Apply:

  • Opportunity for personal and professional development.
  • A culture of feedback and recognition.
  • Emphasis on a safe and healthy work environment.

How to Apply:

  • Interested candidates should click or tap on the preferred job title to access more information and apply through the Bridgestone careers portal.
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How To Apply For Sassa Grants For January 2024




How To Apply For Sassa Grants

Social grants play a crucial role in ensuring that South Africans who have no other means of making an income can carry on without being heavily impacted by poverty. There are currently more than 18 million people who depend on permanent social grants.

These social grants are administered by the South African Social Security Agency. They include the child support grants, older persons grants, disability grants, war veterans grants,care dependency grants, grants in aid and  foster child grants 

Sassa also administers the Social Relief of Distress grant on a temporary basis, putting a lot of emphasis on ensuring that applicants meet the eligibility requirements for these grants before processing them. 

How Sassa Determines Eligibility For Social Grant

The agency does this by conducting means tests to determine if an applicant’s alternative source of income or assets exceed their specified threshold. It is worth noting that being employed does mean an applicant is not eligible for a social grant.

However, the outcome of the Sassa means test must reflect that an applicant has very limited sources of income or assets based on their income eligibility criteria as listed below.

Here are the Sassa income means test requirements:

  • Older persons, Disability, and War Veteran’s grant: Not earn more than R 92 520 a year (R7 710 a month) if you’re single. If you are married, your combined income shouldn’t be above R185 040 a year (R15 420 a month).
  • Child support grant: Not earn more than R57 600 a year (R4 800 a month) if you’re single. If you are married, your combined income shouldn’t be above R115 200 a year (R9 600 a month).
  • Care-dependency grant: Not earn more than R 238 800 a year (R19 900 a month) if you’re single. If you are married, your combined income shouldn’t be above R477 600 a year (R39 800 a month).
  • Foster child grant: No Means Test Conducted.
  • R350 SRD Grant: Individuals with a monthly income of more than R624 a month will not qualify for the grant.

How To Apply For A Sassa Grant 

Provided that you qualify for the permanent social grant, you can submit your application at your nearest Sassa office branch. You can also nominate someone to apply on your behalf if you are unable to do so due to illness or old age. 

Applicants also have the option to arrange a home visit by a Sassa official to assist with their grant application if they are unable to do so for the above-mentioned reasons. The Sassa official will assist with completing the application forms after which they will then provide a receipt as proof of the application.  

You can also apply online using the Sassa website.

How To Submit Your Online SASSA Application

Should you want to submit a SASSA grant application for one of these grants, you will first need to create an online SASSA account.

When you’re done, you then need to visit the SASSA services page and click on ‘Apply for a grant’. You will then need to follow the prompts to complete your application, which includes providing your mobile number, your South African ID number and your banking details, to get your grant money directly deposited to you.

It can take up to 3 months for Sassa to process social grant applications, but if the application is successful, the first payment will be made from the date on which the application was submitted.

If the application is unsuccessful Sassa will provide reasons in writing for the rejection. You can then lodge an application appeal within 90 days of being informed of this.

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