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ESSET: Informal Trade Programme Officer

Ecumenical Service for Socio-Economic Transformation (ESSET) is a Section 21 not-for-profit organization. ESSET provides solidarity, capacity-building, research and advocacy support to informal traders, women and youth in poor communities, Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Intersex and Transgender groups, and church leaders and ecumenical activists.

ESSET seeks to appoint a full-time Informal Trade Programme Officer, based in Johannesburg.

Diakonia Council of Churches: Diakonia Centre Manager

The Diakonia Council of Churches is an ecumenical, inter-church agency, working with churches and church organisations in the pursuit of a more just society. By this the organisation means an improved quality of life for the poor, as well as changes in attitudes and structures which perpetuate injustice.

Diakonia Council of Churches seeks to appoint a Manager for the Diakonia Centre, based in Durban.

Diakonia Council of Churches: Personal Assistant - Executive Director

The Diakonia Council of Churches is an ecumenical, inter-church agency, working with churches and church organisations in the pursuit of a more just society. By this the organisation means an improved quality of life for the poor, as well as changes in attitudes and structures which perpetuate injustice.

Diakonia Council of Churches seeks to appoint a Personal Assistant (PA) to the Executive Director, based in Durban.

ESSET: Programme Officer - Theology and Social Justice

Ecumenical Service for Socio-Economic Transformation (ESSET) is a Section 21 not-for-profit organization. ESSET provides solidarity, capacity-building, research and advocacy support to informal traders, women and youth in poor communities, Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Intersex and Transgender groups, and church leaders and ecumenical activists.

ESSET seeks to appoint a Programme Officer - Theology and Social Justice, based in Johannesburg.

Diakonia Council of Churches: Bookkeeper

The Diakonia Council of Churches is an ecumenical, inter-church agency, working with churches and church organisations in the pursuit of a more just society. By this the organisation means an improved quality of life for the poor, as well as changes in attitudes and structures which perpetuate injustice. Diakonia was founded by the churches in 1976, at a time of increasing injustice and oppression in South Africa, to mobilise its member churches and facilitate their work for justice.

Methodist Homes for the Aged: Matron

Methodist Homes for the Aged was established as a welfare organisation in 1970 and is incorporated as a charity. As such, it is well placed in its endeavours to provide accommodation and other facilities and services, specifically for the elderly, at the least possible cost. 

Samuel Broadbent House takes care of mid care and frail care people in the nursing care unit. The House has a special unit for people with Alzheimer's or dementia-related diseases.

ESSET: Finance Manager

The Ecumenical Service for Socio-Economic Transformation (ESSET) is an ecumenical Section 21 company that is committed to mobilising the church to be involved in issues of economic justice. ESSET builds the capacity of churches and community groups that participate in economic development programmes.
 
ESSET seeks to appoint a Finance Manager, based in Johannesburg.

Mbeki Calls for Church to Fight Corruption

Former president Thabo Mbeki has called on the Ethiopian Episcopal Church to play a crucial role in combatting corruption in South Africa.

Speaking at the 120th anniversary celebrations of the church in Khayelitsha, Mbeki pointed out that being 20-years older than the African National Congress, the church has a duty to South Africa.

He further thanked the church for the role it has played in South Africa, asking it to also help South Africa overcome the legacy of colonialism and slavery.

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