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SASSA Internship Program 2024/2025 Applications Now Open

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SASSA Internship Program 2024/2025 Applications Now Open

SASSA Internship Program 2024/2025 Applications Now Open. Are you an unemployed graduate looking to kickstart your career with valuable work experience? The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) invites applications for its Internship Programme across various disciplines. This initiative aims to empower young South African citizens aged between 18 and 35 years through a 24-month internship contract.

Internship Details

Successful candidates will receive a monthly stipend of R7,450.75, designed to cover living expenses and support during the internship period.

Available Internship Opportunities:

  1. Executive Support

    • Ref No: SAS/MPU/2024-03
    • Qualifications: National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree (NQF Level 6 or 7) in Human Resources Management, Public Management, Administration, or Legal Services.
  2. Law and Legal Services

    • Ref No: SAS/MPU/2024-04
    • Qualifications: National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree (NQF Level 6 or 7) in Law, Paralegal Studies, or Legal Administration.
  3. Finance

    • Ref No: SAS/MPU/2024-05
    • Qualifications: National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree (NQF Level 6 or 7) in Finance or Financial Accounting.
  4. Records Management Centre

    • Ref No: SAS/MPU/2024-06
    • Qualifications: National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree (NQF Level 6 or 7) in Public Management or Administration.
  5. Marketing and Communication

    • Ref No: SAS/MPU/2024-07
    • Qualifications: National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree (NQF Level 6 or 7) in Public Relations, Communications, Media Studies, or Multimedia Journalism.
  6. Customer Care

    • Qualifications: Relevant qualifications in Customer Service related fields.

How To Apply

  1. Download the Z83 Application Form from the SASSA website or obtain it from any government department.
  2. Complete the Z83 form with accurate information and sign it.
  3. Prepare a detailed and comprehensive CV outlining your educational background, work experience (if any), skills, and achievements.
  4. Attach certified copies of all relevant qualifications and identity documents.
  5. Quote the relevant reference number for the internship opportunity you are applying for.
  6. Submit your application via postal mail to:Attention: Manager: HCM, SASSA
    Private Bag X 11230
    Nelspruit, 1200Or

    Deliver it by hand to:

    No: 18 Ferreira Street, Nelspruit, 1200

Contact Information

For any enquiries regarding the application process, contact Mr. Kenneth Ndlangamandla at 013 754 9416.

Important Notes

  • All applicants must undergo compulsory pre-employment screening, including qualification, ITC, and criminal checks.
  • SASSA promotes diversity and encourages applications from individuals of all races, genders, and disabilities to foster representivity.
  • Applicants with foreign qualifications must have them evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) before applying.
  • SASSA reserves the right not to appoint anyone to advertised positions.
  • Note: Emailed applications will not be accepted.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to gain practical experience and contribute to meaningful projects at SASSA. Apply now and take the first step towards a rewarding career in public service.

Conclusion

In conclusion, the SASSA Internship Program 2024/2025 presents a valuable opportunity for unemployed graduates in South Africa to gain essential work experience across various disciplines. With a focus on empowering young citizens aged 18 to 35 through a 24-month internship contract and a competitive monthly stipend, the program aims to foster career development and contribute to national socio-economic growth.

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Pay Disbursement Dates For July 2024 SASSA SRD Grants

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Pay Disbursement Dates For July 2024 SASSA SRD Grants

Pay Disbursement Dates For July 2024 SASSA SRD Grants. In July 2024, SASSA will disburse SRD R370 payments from 26th to 29th July. Recipients should expect funds to reflect in their accounts within 2-3 working days post-processing.

Introduction To SASSA SRD R350 Grant

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has been instrumental in providing financial relief through grants like the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) R350, especially crucial during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Background of SRD R350 Grant

Initially launched as a temporary measure, the SRD R350 grant aids unemployed individuals and those without other forms of income, helping them cope with economic hardships.

Payment Schedule for July 2024

SASSA has scheduled SRD R350 payments for July 2024, ensuring timely disbursement via bank transfers or mobile money services.

SRD R370 Payment Dates

Beneficiaries can expect SRD R370 payments from 26th to 29th July 2024, with funds typically clearing in 2-3 working days thereafter.

Proposed Increase to R370

A proposal to increase the SRD grant to R370 aims to further alleviate financial burdens amidst rising living costs, pending government approval within the 2024 payment cycle.

New Developments In SRD Grant Management

  • Digital Application Process: SASSA has enhanced online platforms for streamlined application and information updates, reducing the need for physical visits.
  • Expanded Eligibility Criteria: Revised criteria now include more vulnerable categories, ensuring broader access to those in need due to recent job losses or income reductions.
  • Enhanced Fraud Detection: Advanced measures like biometric verification strengthen fraud prevention, ensuring grants reach rightful recipients.
  • Partnership with Financial Institutions: Collaborations with financial institutions aim to expedite secure payments, improving overall efficiency and reducing delays.

Conclusion

The SRD R350 grant remains pivotal in supporting vulnerable South Africans. With anticipated enhancements and improved management, SASSA continues to provide crucial financial aid, promoting social and economic stability across the nation.

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