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  Jobs and internships

  • Touchsides is interested in hearing from IT/Computer Science/Engineering students, graduates and alumni about an Android Developer position. If you are interested, you need to complete an assignment and submit the assignment with your CV to career@touchsides.comClick here for more information about Touchsides.
  • Touchsides is currently recruiting for a junior data analyst position to graduates in the field of computer science or information systems. Click here for more information about this opportunity. Touchsides can offer flexible working hours, great mentoring and a “self-improvement” policy whereby further academic studies are encouraged. If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your CV via e-mail to Jan van Niekerk (
  • South African graduates with BEng Civil Engineering / BTech Civil Engineering qualification can participate in the National Treasury funded Infrastructure Skills Development Grant Programme within the City of Cape Town, Transport of Cape Town (TCT) Department. Click here for more information.
  • Work part time and earn extra income in a subject that you excelled in at school or are currently studying by becoming a tutor at Gutsy Tutoring. Click here for more information.

Scholarships and bursaries

  • The Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) invite applications for a bursary under the DST-CSIR Inter-Bursary Support Programme (IBS) grant scheme. The IBS postgraduate bursary support is intended for full time studies for honours/ 4th0year Engineering / B-Tech, master's or PhD degrees at any South African public university. The closing date for applications is 30 September 2017. Click here for more information, click here for the application form for honours level, click here for the application form for master's and doctoral level, and click here for the general guidelines.
  • The Department of Arts and Culture is offering bursaries to Unisa students enrolled for a BA degree majoring in Linguistics or African Languages, or a BA Hons in Linguistics, Translation Studies or African Languages, or an MA in Linguistics, Translation Studies or African Languages. Click here for more information and click here for the application form.
  • Scholarships available to African students to study in Africa and abroad. Read more.

General job sites

  • Register on the Department of Labour Employment Services website. If you are looking for work opportunities, register on the Department of Labour's Employment Services of South Africa (ESSA) website. Once you have registered and logged in, you can capture and edit your CV, and search for available job opportunities.
  • is a global interactive platform for internships, (work) placements and graduation assignments on an international level. Read more.

Last modified: 2017/08/18