Subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest South African Career Information Job vacancies

Closing Date: 24 March 2020
Location: Johannesburg
Stipend: R4 034.00
The Gauteng Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation is contributing towards skills development by providing opportunities to unemployed graduates to gain work experience in various skills areas. It is therefore inviting applications for an Internship Programme that will run for a 12 months contract period.
The internship programme is aimed at enhancing the employability of unemployed graduates aged between 18 and 35 years.
Applications must be graduates in fi elds specifi ed below and / or have successfully completed the theoretical part of study and are in need of experiential learning in order to complete the qualification.

Degree / ND in Archives and Records Managment

Ref: SACR / 12 West / South

 Sports and Recreation

 Mass Participation Programme, Recreation in Sports

Degree / ND in Sports Management

Ref: SACR / 01

 School Sports

Degree / ND in Sports Management

Ref: SACR / 02

 Club Development

Degree / ND in Sports Management

Ref: SACR / 03


Degree / ND in Sports Science, Biokinetics

Ref: SACR / 04

 Club Development

Degree / ND in Sports Management / Administration

Ref: SACR / 05

 Cultural Affairs

 Creative Industries

Degree / ND in Fine Arts, Design Graphics, Design and Arts Management

Ref: SACR / 06

 Performing Arts

Degree / ND in Music, Performing Arts, Arts Administration

Ref: SACR / 07

 Creative Communities

Degree / ND in N4 or N5 Certificate in Project Management, Performing Arts, Events Management

Ref: SACR / 08


Degree / ND in Library and Information Science

Ref: SACR / 09

 Creative Clusters

Degree / ND in Arts and Culture

Ref: SACR / 10 West

 Languages and Geographical Names

Degree / ND in Heritage Studies

Ref: SACR / 11 West / South

Records Management

Degree / ND in Records Management

REF: DSACR / 13 South / West

How to Apply
We welcome applications from persons with disabilities. Applications should be accompanied by certified copies of qualifications, ID, CV and Z83 Forms obtainable from government departments. Fazed and e-mailed applications will not be considered.
Gauteng Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation uphold the right to place or reject applications based on service delivery needs and requirements. Successful candidates will receive a monthly stipend for the duration of the Internship contract.
Note that due to a large number of applications expected, applications will therefore not be acknowledged in writing. Be assured that your applications are acknowledged with appreciation and will go on the database of the department. A very systematic selection process is in place to ensure that we identify appropriate candidates and only a certain number will be selected. Preference will be given to candidates residing in the area.
Enquiries: Ms. Nkosinathi Gumede (011) 355 2739
Applications can be hand delivered at following addresses:
Central Corridor: 115 Main Street, Mothomo Mall, for attention Mr. Clive Hlongwane
South Corridor: CCMA Building, Cnr Kruger and Edward Streets, Vereening, for attention: Ms Cecelia Phiri
East CorridorL Faranani Multipurpose Centre, 32019 Modjadji Street, corner Zulu Street, Tsakane, for attention: MS Gezephi Mbatha
North Corridor: 111 Swaan Street, EAstlyn, Tshwane, for attention: Mr. Tyrone Hammond
West Corridor: Toekomsrus Stadium, Corner Bram and Retief, for attention: Mr Bongile Ndlakuza.
No applications will be considered after the closing date.

Central Applications Office and lots more directly on your mobile phone.
I am sure this post helps you with what you need about the University Admission Requirements. Please help others by sharing this post on any social media below.
You may also check Relategist

“People who succeed have momentum. The more they succeed, the more they want to succeed, and the more they find a way to succeed. Similarly, when someone is failing, the tendency is to get on a downward spiral that can even become a self-fulfilling prophecy.”

— Tony Robbins