South Africa

CANSA: Cancer Information Service Assistant

The Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) is a nonprofit organisation set up to fight cancer and offer support to cancer sufferers. CANSA’s purpose is to lead the fight against cancer in South Africa. Its mission is to be the preferred non-profit organisation that enable research, educates the public and provide support to all people affected by cancer.

The CANSA seeks to appoint a Cancer information Service Assistant at the CANSA Science and Resource Centre, based in Mowbray, Cape Town.


AMEC: Research Interns

The Afro-Middle East Centre (AMEC) is a research institute established in 1998 to conduct research mainly on the Middle East and North Africa region. The institute activities include publications, conferences, seminars, and other events, and production of policy recommendations.

AMEC seeks to appoint three Research Interns, based in Johannesburg.

The interns will be provided with the opportunity to gain work experience in a research environment, and will given stipends to cover their expenses. Internship programme will range from three to six months.

Pebbles Project: HR Officer

The Pebbles Project Trust is a registered NPO that supports children, families and communities on the wine farms in and around Stellenbosch and Wellington. The work of Pebbles consists of 5 main pillars: education, health, nutrition, protection and environment.

The Pebbles Project Trust seeks to employ an HR Officer based in Stellenbosch.

The successful candidate will report to the Financial Manager.


Lunchbox Fund: Fieldworker/Site Evaluation and Monitoring

The Lunchbox Fund is a nonprofit organisation that focuses on fostering education via nutrition by providing a daily meal for orphaned and at-risk school children in township and rural areas of South Africa.

The Lunchbox Fund seeks to appoint an Evaluation and Monitoring Fieldworker, based in the Western Cape.

This is a part-time/flexitime post with the potential for growth into a contract position.

S/he will undertake the initial site evaluation and ongoing monitoring of School Nutrition Programmes in Western Cape.

Shout-It-Now: Human Resources Manager

Shout-It-Now is a non-governmental organisation that delivers high quality HIV/AIDS education, voluntary testing and confidential counselling services to local communities across South Africa. Its innovative and technology-based approach is geared towards the youth - where our collective future lies.

Shout-It-Now seeks to appoint a Human Resources Manager, based in the Western Cape.

Salary is commensurate with experience.


African Union for Housing Finance: Coordinator

The African Union for Housing Finance (AUHF) was established as a member-based body of housing lenders in 1984. Today, the AUHF comprises of 48 members - banks, building societies, micro lenders, housing development corporations, developers and other institutions involved in the mobilisation of funds for shelter and housing - from 17 different countries across the continent. As an industry body, we promote the development of effective housing finance markets across Africa, working in the interests of both our members and the industry as a whole.

Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation: Vacancies

The Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation (DTHF) is a registered nonprofit organisation focused on the pursuit of excellence in research, treatment, training and prevention of HIV and related infections in Southern Africa.
The DTHF invites applications for a two to three months contract Social Science Interviewer position. Interviews will focus on aspirations, knowledge and attitudes towards HIV prevention (with a focus on PrEP) and how participants conceive of sexual and social risks relating to HIV (closing date 21 January).

Volunteer Opportunity: Social Fabric Enhancement Volunteer Outreach Network

Capacity and Development Services (CAPDEV) and the Institute for Balanced Living (IBL) have developed and are promoting, with support from a core group, Social Fabric Enhancement (SFE) initiative, as a key attribute that is important for the continued success and growth of the South African society and nation.

Social Fabric is an important element in the national life of any country and society. Social Fabric is defined as “the nature and web of interactions and relationships between people, within groups and between groups.”


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