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Growth of African rural e-commerce

Business opportunities have been created due to the rise and growth of e-commerce in the world and primarily in Africa.  This is attributed to the increased Internet connectivity reaching even the previously inaccessible remote villages across Africa and connecting them with and enabling e-commerce. Online retailers can now reach customers in remote areas, while locals have access to a variety of products from major urban cities.
 

AMSHeR: Finance Manager

AMSHeR strives for a future when every country in Africa will enable safe, healthy, productive and fulfilling lives for all its people, irrespective of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. AMSHeR’s mission is to strengthen capacity, partnerships and collaborations amongst LGBT+ focused civil society organisations in Africa and to deepen alliances with other social movements that champion health, human rights, social justice and development.

Over 12 000 applicants vying for Cape Town Metro and Traffic police posts amid national jobs crunch

The unemployment situation has created such levels of desperation among job seekers that over 12 000 people have applied to be chosen for the City of Cape Town's metro and traffic departments, the city's mayoral committee member for safety JP Smith said on Wednesday. 

Though it has not been revealed how many posts are being competed for, we still remember in 2012, where eight people died during fitness tests in KwaZulu-Natal when more than 34 000 applicants applied for 90 posts. 

Right2Know Deputy National Coordinator

The Right2Know Campaign (R2K) is looking for an experienced Deputy National Coordinator support efficient and effective campaigning efforts and ensure R2K continues to grow as a vibrant democratic Campaign.

This is an opportunity to work with committed activists around the country to support popular campaigns that have a real impact on the challenges facing South Africa at this critical period in our democracy.

Responsibilities:

Common Good :Trainer

Common Good is a faith-based, not-for-profit organisation working in a range of communities. We're passionate about addressing issues of social justice that challenge our city. We seek to make a positive and lasting impact in the areas of early life, education and employment, so that individuals and communities across Cape Town can build brighter futures for themselves.

The Carpenter's Shop: Marketing and Fundraising Executive

The Carpenter’s Shop (TCS), founded in 1981, is a non-profit organisation based in Cape Town. With over three decades of experience in developing people’s skills, TCS offers its clients and residents access to a free ablution facilities, regular health and wellness clinic days, social care support, short-term accommodation and life skills training to help them become financially stable and rejoin mainstream society.
 
The Carpenter’s Shop seeks to appoint a Marketing and Fundraising Executive, to be based in Cape Town.
 
Reports to: The Director

Right2Know: Deputy National Coordinator

The Right2Know Campaign (R2K) is looking for an experienced Deputy National Coordinator support efficient and effective campaigning efforts and ensure R2K continues to grow as a vibrant democratic Campaign.

This is an opportunity to work with committed activists around the country to support popular campaigns that have a real impact on the challenges facing South Africa at this critical period in our democracy.
 

Responsibilities:

Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute: Intern

Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute (SPII) is a non-profit think tank, based in Johannesburg, committed to advancing the Constitution and to supporting the eradication of poverty and inequality in South Africa, and in the sub-region, through empirical research and advocacy.

SPII seeks to appoint a full-time Intern.

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