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Limpopo launches online portal for those seeking government jobs

  • The office of the newly elected Premier of Limpopo, Phophi Ramathuba, has recently launched a recruitment portal for locals looking to work for the government.
  • Ramathuba is looking to fill positions within her administration and the portal’s sign-up process is quite in-depth.
  • The Limpopo portal now joins similar online recruitment pages from Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.

The office of the Premier of Limpopo has launched an “erecruitment” online jobs portal for local citizens who want to work for the premier or in some part of the provincial government.

According to Capricorn FM, the electronic recruitment system was launched on 16th June 2024 and followed Premier Phophi Ramathuba’s successful election to the province’s highest office. Ramathuba was previously the MEC of Health in the province and has become Limpopo’s first-ever female premier.

Ramathuba said her administration would “hit the ground running.”

Ramathuba appointed her executive council only last week and is now looking to fill positions in her administration of the province. You can access the new portal here, or by scanning the QR code in the image below.

While on the portal, you will first have to create a profile before you can browse which jobs are available. Interested users should note that this is quite an in-depth process and you will have to include details from your curriculum vitae.

This includes biographical details, the languages you can speak and your proficiencies in them, your academic qualifications, your work experience, at least two references from your previous employment, documents to back up your qualifications and a declaration you must also make.

You cannot access or apply to any posts unless you complete each of these fields in full on the portal.

The launch of this Limpopo portal now joins a similar online jobs portal launched by the premiers of Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal in 2023. Thousands of South Africans are claimed to have found meaningful employment of some kind through these online government job portals.

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