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POLOKWANE – A well-known pie shop in Polokwane is looking for a pie shop assistant to manage their very busy counter. In order to be considered you must have Grade 12. Friendly. Willing to work under pressure. Must be honest and dependable. Day to day duties are as follows but not limited to: Will serve customers. Will operate the till. Will bake pies. If you are interested and would like to apply please Fax your CV to 086 566 8634 or call Millenium ******@*****.co.za 084 572 4146. We do not charge anyfees

_____________________________________________LOCAL MUNICIPALITY OF LEKWA
The Lekwa Local Municipality with its seat in Standerton, invites applications from qualified, motivated and innovative individuals for the following position to become part of and join a dynamic and growth orientated Local Authority.
Minimum Requirements
• At least NQF level 5 in fields of Accounting, Finance or National Diploma: Public Finance Management and Administration (SAQA Qualification ID No.49554) (Government Gazette No. 29967. National Treasury: Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act: Municipal Regulations on Minimum Competency Levels)
• 4 years of which at least 1 year must be at middle management level and at least 3 years at any level in a role related to the position of the official 6 years at any level in a role related to the position of the official
• Computer literate
Key Performance Areas
• Handle enquiries against service rendered from public when other front desk staff are unable to assist
• Reconcile cash received against receipts issued to customers
• Co-ordinate and control tasks/ activities associated with controlling personnel performance, productivity and
• Maintain documentation and record of transactions and procedures.
Salary: R355 582.21 per annum. TASK Grade 13
Please Note:
1. Interested applicants meeting the requirements are requested to forward an application form, comprehensive Curriculum Vitae, together with originally certified copies of qualifications and identity documents to The Municipal Manager, Attention Human Resources Manager, P.O. Box 66, Standerton, 2430 or hand deliver such at the Lekwa Local Municipality Administrative Building, Corner Dr Beyers Naude and Mbonani Mayisela Street, Standerton.
2. Faxed applications will not be considered.
3. Correspondence will only be entered into with shortlisted candidates.
4. Applicants who have not been contacted within sixty (60) days of the closing date should consider their applications
5. Lekwa Local Municipality reserves the right not to make any appointment.
6. The submission of an application gives Lekwa Local Municipality the right to make inquiries necessary to obtain
information regarding the applicant’s background. Such enquiry will include current and previous employers as well as
academic institutions.
7. The Application for Employment Form obtainable from the Lekwa Local Municipality website at
www.lekwalm.gov.za. must be completed.
8. For further enquiries please contact the Human Resources Administration Officer, Mr. F.N. Gqwashu at 0727402047.
Closing date for applications: 28 January 2019
Municipal Notice: 26/2018 MUNICIPAL MANAGER


The Office of Chief Justice is an equal opportunity employer. In the filling of advertised posts the objectives of section 195(1)(i) of the Constitution of South Africa, 1996, (Act 108 of 1996) the Employment Equity imperatives as defined by the Employment Equity Act, 1998 (Act 55)of 1998) and the relevant Human Resources policies of the Department will be taken into consideration. People with Disabilities are encouraged to apply
: National Office: Midrand/ Constitutional Court/Judicial Support Services Pretoria: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Director: Human Resources, Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X10, Marshalltown, 2107. Applications can also be hand delivered to the Office of the Chief Justice, Human Resource Management, 188, 14th Road, Noordwyk, Midrand, 1685. Enquiries: Ms D Botha/Ms C Gideon/Ms L Mothemane (010) 493 2500/2528/2533
KwaZulu-Natal: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Provincial Head, Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X54372,, Durban, 4000, or hand deliver applications to the Office of the Chief Justice, Human Resource Management, 1st floor, 2 Devonshire place, off Anton Lembede Street, Durban. Enquiries: Ms L Marrie (031) 372 3164
Gauteng: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Provincial Head, Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X7, Johannesburg, 2000 or hand deliver applications to the 12th floor, Corner Pritchard and Kris street, Johannesburg. Enquiries: Ms T Mbalekwa Tel No: (011) 335-0404
: 01 February 2019
: Shortlisted candidates must be willing to undergo normal vetting and verification
processes, including a competency assessment for Senior Management Service. Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.dpsa.gov.za/documents. The completed and signed form should be accompanied by a recently updated CV as well as certified copies of all qualification/s and ID document (no copies of certified copies are allowed, certification should not be more than three months old). Failure to submit all the requested documents will result in the application not being considered. Please indicate the reference number and position you are applying for on your application form. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Applications received after the closing date, as well as applications received via fax or email, will NOT be considered or accepted.
: R697 011 – R821 052 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
: Gauteng Division: Pretoria
: A three (3) year relevant qualification in Management or Administration; 6-8
years’ experience in supervisory or junior management level; A valid driver’s license. Technical knowledge/competencies: Human Resource Management capability; Knowledge of financial, assets and supply chain management; Understanding the facilities and security management Knowledge of case flow management, Behavioural competencies: Effective communication skills (written and verbal); Good interpersonal skills; Problem Solving skills; Conflict Management Skills; Time management and the ability to work under pressure.
: Provide strategic and operational leadership to the Division to optimally deliver on the OCJ mandate; Provide integrated human resource management and development services; overall financial, asset and supply chain management services in the Division; Coordinate and facilitate internal audit and risk management services; Provide administrative and technical support, monitor the overall performance of the court and enhance judicial stakeholder relations;

Provide effective and efficient management of facilities and security services to the Judiciary.
: R697 011 – R821 085 per annum (all-inclusive remuneration package). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement
: National Office: Midrand
: A Bachelors Degree or National Diploma in Labour Relations or any relevant
qualification; five (5) years’ experience in a labour relations environment of which three years must be at supervisory level; In depth knowledge Sound knowledge and understanding of all Labour Relations; In depth knowledge of South African labour legislation; Experience in handling internal grievances, disputes, CCMA cases and strong ability to maintain and protect confidential information, in able to interpret policies.
: Manage, coordinate and monitor the implementation of employee relations, policies and procedures; Promote sound employee relations including effective management of disputes, grievances; Ensure effective management of the information and records of all activities related to Employee Relations; Represent the Department in all relevant forums including conciliation, arbitration at the Bargaining Council and CCMA; Provide expert employee relations advice to managers and employees; Design appropriate interventions to build internal capacity in terms of employee relations matters; Identify areas that needs urgent intervension from management; Coordinate the effective Collective Bargaining processes within the Department by ensuring healthy working relationships and engagement with the relevant recognized Trade Unions; Analyse the Employees Relations trends with recommendations to management; Ensure that all compliance reports are submitted on time.
: (MR6) R448 269 – R1 084 437 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
: Gauteng Division: Pretoria
: LLB Degree or equivalent qualification; At least 8 years’ legal experience obtained
after qualification. Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office); Excellent communication skills (written and verbal); Good people skills/ interpersonal relations; Analytical thinking; Planning and organization skills; Attention to detail; Problem solving and decision making skills; Conflict management; Work ethics; Accuracy and attention to detail; Professional appearance and conduct; Self-management; Customer service orientated; Ability to work under pressure and solve problems; Confidentiality; Resilience; Honesty and integrity; Flexibility; Creative thinking.
: Provide leadership of the High Court; Court and Case flow management Quasi- Judicial functions; Manage Service Level agreements framework and managing strategic Court efficiency projects and best practices; Information and Case/Court documentation management system and Human Resources Management.
: R242 475 – R285 630 per annum plus 37% in lieu of benefits. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
: Durban High Court
: Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; 1 to 3 years secretarial / Office Assistant
experience or relevant experience; The ability to do Dictaphone typing; Typing of 35 words per minute; Understanding the filing system; A valid driver’s license. Skills and Competencies: Proficiency in English; Computer Literacy (MS Word); Good communication skills (verbal and written); Administrative and organizational skills; Problem solving and planning skills; Decision making skills, and time management skills; Good customer service orientated; Assertiveness and
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decisiveness; Attention to detail and accuracy; Initiative, and the ability to work
under pressure
: Typing (or format) of draft memorandum decision; opinions or judgement entries
written by assigned Judge; Provide general secretarial/administrative duties to the Judge; Manage and type correspondence, judgements and orders for the Judge (including dictaphone typing); Arrange and diarize appointments, meetings for official visits and make travel and accommodation arrangements; Safeguarding of all case files and the endorsement of case files with an order made by Judge; Update files, documents and provide copies of documents to the Registrar; Perform digital recording of court proceedings on urgent court cases after hours and ensure integrity of such recordings; Store, keep and file court records safely; Accompany the Judge to the Courts; Management of Judge’s vehicle, logbook and driving thereof; Compile data and prepare reports and documents for assigned Judges as and when necessary, including expense reports, continuing legal hours, financial disclosure statements and case management; Arrange receptions for the Judge and his or her visitors and attend to their needs; Management of Judge’s library and updating of documentation; Execute legal research as directed by the Judge and comply with prescripts, Departmental policies, Procedures and Guidelines.
: Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a typing test.
: R242 475 – R285 630 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
: Judicial Support Services: Pretoria
: Grade 12 and a three year National Diploma/ Bachelor Degree in
Finance/Accounting/ Financial Management or equivalent NQF level 6 as recognized by SAQA; A minimum of 3 years’ experience in Salaries or Finance; A valid driver’s licence will be an added advantage; Knowledge of Judges remuneration and Condition of Employment Act, 2001 (Act No. 47 of 2001), Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury Regulations; Knowledge and experience in Basic Accounting Systems (BAS) will be a recommendation; Understanding of Departmental Financial Instructions (DFI) and Departmental policies and procedures; Knowledge of Performance processes.
: Render financial accounting transactions; Supervision of staff members; Perform/ manage salary administration support services for Judicial Officers; Persal system knowledge in respect of approving and authorising of permanent appointments, acting appointments and acting allowance of Judges, etc.; Checking of statistics for all activities and report accurate statistics to supervisors; oversee remuneration and condition of services with regard to Judges; Prepare and check memorandums on various matters concerning Judges; Execution of the Judges Remuneration Act and Regulations; Control administration enquiries to ensure the correct implementation of benefits for Judges; Compile and co-ordinate monthly/quarterly / yearly reports concerning the Judges; Oversee the work related to the calculation and payment of pension, gratuities and resignation benefits to Judges; Ensure recover of departmental debts; Manage performance/ team discipline/ leave of the section and frequent liaison with the stakeholders.
: R163 563 – R192 666 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
: National Office: Midrand
: Grade 12 with Accounting as a passed subject; a qualification in
Accounting/Financial management will be an added advantage. Skills and Competencies: Good communication skills (verbal and written); excellent organizational and planning skills; Good interpersonal skills; Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other software packages).
: Receive, record and deposit money paid in the petty cash office; Issue receipts, and allocate revenue; Issue petty cash funds and reconcile the petty cash account;
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Recover of documentation for replenishment of cash; Maintain accounting records for easy access and future reference; Capture and compile sundry payment advices; Assist in attending audit queries and provide copies of documents when necessary; compile the payment register; identifying outstanding payments from the invoice register; Safekeeping and filing of payment advices (batch processing); Ensure adherence and compliance with related legislation and departmental policies.
: R163 563-00 – R192 666-00 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
: National Office: Midrand
: Grade 12; a relevant qualification and experience in Supply Chain Management
will be an added advantage; Knowledge of Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), PPPFA, BBB-EE Act and Treasury Regulations; In-depth knowledge of financial systems, e.g LOGIS; A valid driver’s licence will be an added advantage. Skills and Competencies: Planning and organising skills; Good interpersonal relations; Effective communication skills (written and verbal); Computer literacy; Ability to work independently and meet deadlines; The ability to work under pressure, work in a team and preparedness to work overtime when required.
: Sourcing of quotation as per National Treasury guidelines; Receive and assess quotation to ensure that they comply with the minimum requirements; Assist end users with the compilation of compliant specifications; Capture requisitions on the Supply Chain System; Request, prepare and compile quotes; Ensure that all relevant forms are attached; Extend the validity periods of quotes in advance of expiry dates; Capturing of awarded contracts on National Treasury contracts registration application (CRA); Ensure procedures comply with SCM policies; Ensure proper filing and safe keeping of documents; Ensure timeous processing of payments to suppliers; Receiving and issuing of stock items; Perform other duties as delegated by the supervisor.
: R115 437 – R135 981 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
: Labour and Labour Appeal Court: Johannesburg
: Grade 12; One (1) year relevant court exposure. Skills and Competencies:
Knowledge of relevant legislation; Planning and organising skills; Problem solving and analysis; Time management; Client orientation and customer focus; report writing skills; driving skills; Negotiation skills; Communication skills; Good Interpersonal skills; Initiative skills.
: The escorting of Judges to the Court rooms; Rendering of administrative support functions to the Judges and the court room crew; Maintenance of court room’s records; Facilitation of the smooth-running of the court rooms; Collection and distribution of court files.




City of Johannesburg
Johannesburg Roads Agency
66 Pixley Seme Street
Cnr. Rahima Moosa Str.
P/Bag X70 Braamfontein South Africa 2017
Tel +27(0) 11 298 5000 Fax +27(0) 11 298 5178 www.jra.org.za
Johannesburg 2001
REF NO: 02/2019/
THE JOHANNESBURG ROADS AGENCY is one of the agencies established through the restructuring process of the City of Johannesburg. “BECOME A MEMBER OF THE NEW AND EXCITING TEAM OF THE JRA AND CONTRIBUTE TOWARDS IT’S MOBILITY STRATEGY.
Suitably Qualified and experienced South African Citizens are invited to apply and should forward their application letter, Curriculum Vitae and certified copies of Identity Document and qualifications, to Ms. Precious Ngolele or Mr Tebogo Thobejane, to the e-mail address provided below.
“JRA, its employees or representatives never ask for a fee from job seekers. Any such requests are fraudulent. Please report any suspicious activities in this regard to the JRA anti-fraud line on 0800 002 587”
Closing Date: 01 February 2019
JRA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY COMPANY AND COMMITTED TO EE PRINCIPLES: Please note that should you not be contacted thirty days after the closing date, consider your application unsuccessful. The Johannesburg Roads Agency reserves the right not to appoint. By submitting your application for a position, you acknowledge that the information is required for the purpose of processing and adjudicating your job application against requirements of the position and you consent to the processing and archiving of the said information.
Chairman: S Tshabalala,
Executive Directors: Managing Director – G Mbatha, Chief Financial Officer – Vacant
Non-Executive Directors: T Magerman, S Thunzi, A Torres, X Mnyani, T Kutumela, A Mokoena, L Mayedwa Company Secretary: P Majola
Registration No. 2000/028993/07 Registration No. 2000/028993/07

Circular 02: DATE ADVERTISED: 20 January 2019
• Implement the Region’s Operational Plan with oversight from the Operations Manager: Regional Operations.
• Monitor and report on progress and incorporate new delivery requirements into operational planning.
• Ensure effective planning for routine road infrastructure maintenance.
• Ensure effective delivery against the Region’s Operational Plan in terms of routine road
infrastructure maintenance.
• Oversee the implementation of the road signs and markings objectives for the region.
• Ensure effective planning, procurement and support for regional operations in terms of inventory,
the supply of equipment, availability of fleet, attendance records, driver schedules, document
management etc.
• Oversee and ensure compliance with the OHSA as well as the RTA and related regulations.
• Responsible for ensuring the required measures are taken for such as safe working environment
procedures, protective gear, signing of registers, safety checks etc.
• Implement and manage internal SLAs with other JRA business units that define roles and
• Facilitate internal communication and dissemination of information, ensuring effective
implementation of policy, operational goals and programmes.
• Monitor HR statistics on a monthly basis (absenteeism, sick leave, time and attendance,
overtime, misconduct, lost time and injury rates).
• Address exceptions and problem areas in order to improve operational performance.
• Promote a culture of health and wellness education within the regions.
• Constantly evaluate and recommend new techniques, re-organisation of gangs and work
methods for better production.
• Manage area inspections to ensure that both proactive and reactive inspections are carried out.
• Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or NQF equivalent.
• 8 years’ Civil Engineering experience, inclusive of 5 years in a middle management position.
Applications: Email: recruitment8@jra.org.za Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
NB: Coloured, Indian, Women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Please note that should you not be contacted within thirty days after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. Johannesburg Roads Agency reserves the right not to appoint. Closing Date: 01 February 2019

Your skills partner”
Food and Beverages Manufacturing Sector Education and Training Authority (Foodbev SETA) is a schedule 3A Public entity established in terms of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998.
Finance Administrator Ref :FA/12/18
Permanent: Employment Contract is limited to the licence duration of the SETA.
Specialist: Finance
To perform financial administration processes in line with revolving legislative guidelines. This will include processing, recording, calculating, reconciling and preparing financial operational transactions of Foodbev.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Perform reconciliations
 Prepare weekly/monthly reconciliations
 Ensure compliance with financial and procurement policies through proper record
keeping and administration
 Reconcile or note and report discrepancies found in records
 Investigate and resolve reconciling items
Perform accounts payable function
 Add Suppliers / beneficiary on the accounting system
 Receive and verify supporting documents before capturing invoices, grant claims, board
fees and employee claims on the accounting system.
 Process payments on the accounting system
 Allocate supplier invoices, grants claims bursary payments to relevant cost codes and
capture on the system
 Upload payments on the banking system.
 Prepare Payment packs
 Download and forward proof of payments to relevant departments or suppliers.
 File suppliers invoices, grant claims, supporting documents, statements and quotations
 Maintain and update beneficiaries on the accounting system
 Monitor accounts payable on the system (Age analysis, etc.)
 Verify supplier banking details before processing payments
 Attend to Supplier queries
Capture bank charges, reversed transactions, debit orders and refunds on the accounting system.
Perform accounts receivable function
 Process Invoices and credit notes
 Match beneficiary payments to invoices
 Reconcile debtors to general ledger
 Attend to customer queries
Perform other finance duties
 Liaise with departments to obtain Capex and Opex accruals
 Perform month-end procedures (general journal entries, etc.)
 Capture financial inputs into the into the general ledger

 Allocate and administer income, receipts and payments
 Perform banking reconciliations
 Provide auditors with requested information and respond to queries for discretionary grants and creditors.
Petty Cash
 Capture petty cash transactions
 Count the petty cash in the box on a monthly basis
 Reconcile petty cash on regular basis
 Administer Cheque books when required
Follow-up on petty cash discrepancies
Essential Requirements
 Matric
 A 3 year qualification in Finance / Accounting or equivalent
 1 to 3 years’ experience in the finance or similar environment
Competencies/ Skills required
Behaviourial attributes
 Quality orientation
 Sector knowledge
 Stakeholder relationship management
 High problem solving ability
 Strong team player with strong operational management skills
 Knowledge and understanding of the roles, function and responsibilities of the main stakeholders and role players
 Knowledge of industry legislation, the various stakeholders, their responsibilities, and compliance requirements
 Understanding of the transformative elements of the HRD legislation (Skills Development Act, SAQA Act, etc.)
 Exposure to auditing
Required Skills
 Communication
 Interpersonal
 Planning
 Process implementation (M&E process)
 Tact
 Judgement
 Proactive
 Computer literacy
Other requirements
 Required to work extensive hours
 Undertake any reasonable duties as required by management
The job description is a guide of minimum tasks and responsibilities and might change from time to time, depending on the organizational requirements and managerial ad hoc requests.
Applications to be sent to: recruitment@foodbev.co.za


Food and Beverages Manufacturing Sector Education and Training Authority (Foodbev SETA) is a schedule 3A Public entity established in terms of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998.

“Your skills partner”


Graduate Work Experience: Stakeholder Relations




Stakeholder Relations


12 months contract


Specialist: Stakeholder Relations


To render well organized stakeholder relation, marketing and communications support to internal and external stakeholders

Roles and Responsibilities:

Stakeholder Relations Events


Assist in the development of the annual stakeholder calendar  
Coordinate stakeholder events
Send invites to various stakeholders and follow-up on confirmations
Liaise with service providers and inform all stakeholders of events arrangements
Assist in monitoring publicity and conducting of research to find out the concerns and expectations of the stakeholders
Coordination of meetings and workshops with intern al and external stakeholders
Coordinate and prepare agendas and meeting packs

Communications and Marketing administration support

Assist with stock counting of marketing material
Distribution of marketing material
Assist with stakeholder enquiries
Assist in the SMS and/or other campaigns
Assist with writing internal Communications publications including the newsletters
Handle procurement processes for the department including; sourcing required resources including corporate branding, gifts, marketing collateral, etc. for internal and external stakeholder relations events.  


Organizing meetings and events.

Maintain an accurate filing system electronically and in hard copy

Assist with budget control and management

Assist with preparation of presentations & report

Coordinate travel and make travel bookings in accordance with policy

Obtaining quotes and assisting to source preferred suppliers Collate and capture travel expenses claims after travel

Experience and Qualifications

A certificate /national diploma/bachelor’s degree in marketing /communications, public relations or business administration/journalism or equivalent
Have no prior working experience
Not have previously completed an internship


Self-driven individual with ability to work under pressure.
Team player
Superb time management skills
Data capturing
Good interpersonal skills
Computer skills(word, excel)
Quality orientation
High problem solving ability
Communication skills
Planning skills
Computer literacy skills

NBN: The job description is a guide of minimum tasks and responsibilities and might change from time to time, depending on the organizational requirements and managerial ad hoc requests.

Applications: recruitment@foodbev.co.za


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