Monthly Archives: October 2017

Learn How to Make Money on Social Media

There are already a number of ways to make money with social media. Every major social media outlet has in some way helped users turn their hobby into a business or turn their business into a bigger business. Here are 15 common ways people make money with social media.

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1. Tantalize Customers With Your Product On Pinterest

Small businesses can benefit in big ways from getting users to “pin” photos of their items on to their Pinterest boards. Create an account, engage in the community by pinning other people’s photos and upload photos that entice people to buy your product.

2. Run An Online Instagram Shop

If you have items that would be attractive to Instagram users, it’s relatively pain-free to set up a shop by connecting your account to the service inSelly.

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3. Copywriting

Twitter and Facebook can be great ways to show off your language and grammar skills. Prove yourself to be adept in the language of your choice to get yourself hired to write for a living.

4. Editing

Editors in particular have found success marketing themselves on social media, since services like Twitter and Facebook are great proofs of concept for their skills with the written word

5. Manage Social Media

There are a lot of companies seeking someone to handle their social media presence. Sadly a fair share of those positions are internships, but there are also many paid opportunities out there. Search “social media” on job boards to find results in your area.

A lot of new comedians birthed their career on Twitter. 140 character jokes or funny insights can gain you a lot of attention, so if you’re a particularly clever wordsmith consider giving comedy a shot to make money with social media.

7. Creative Writing

Fantasy author Neil Gaiman broke ground with A Calendar of Tales, for which he asked his large Twitter following to submit questions and turned some of their answers into short stories. You can do something similar that involves interacting with your audience, or even serialize a whole novel or short story over many posts.

8. Airbnb

Anyone can become a renter via Airbnb, which gives users a chance to rent places to stay in 190 different countries. Fast Company has a great write-up on how someone made a six-figure income through Airbnb.

9. Monetize A YouTube Channel

Not only can you make money with social media, you can turn yourself into a phenomenon. Just ask Grace Helbig, who’s developed a large audience through the hilarious videos she posts every week. She makes a significant sum just off ad revenue from her YouTube channel.

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10. Become An Amazon Affiliate

When you join Amazon’s Affiliate Program, any sales made from a link you provide to Amazon will net you a small percentage. Cultivate a following and promote specific items on your blog, then include an affiliate link to the item on Amazon so that when a follower purchases something you’ll get paid.

11. Promote Posts

Get your sales pitches in front of more eyeballs with promoted posts, available through almost any social media service. It’ll cost you a little cash, sure, but it could net you huge rewards.

12. Sell Your Art

Tumblr and Instagram (Tumblr especially) are great places to post original artwork and get a lot of responses and shares. If your art starts going viral, you can turn that interest into income by selling prints and other merchandise through an online store like Etsy or Big Cartel.

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13. Sell Rights To Your Photos

If you take good enough photos, people will pay you to use them! Flickr is a popular place to view photos, and this WikiHow explains how to sell the photos you’ve posted there. You can also license them under Creative Commons, which won’t net you any money but will expose your photographs to a wider audience.

14. Demonstrate Your Musical Abilities On SoundCloud

SoundCloud is one of the best places to get your music noticed, and I’m not just talking about the near-impossible goal of becoming a rock star. If you know how to come up with a catchy jingle, you can post it on SoundCloud to get clients flocking to you to create music for their commercials, radio ads, etc.

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POST OFFICE IS LOOKING FOR PEOPLE

Reports to Payments and Interbank Manager: Industry IntegrationCoordinate and liaise the payments and interbank industry integration technical initiatives and support the Manager Industry Integration – Payments and Interbank with the research, execution and implementation of the Payments and Interbank technical initiatives, by:

• Introducing, co-ordinating and initiating the implementation of industry initiatives (i.e. Change Request,Summation Enhancements and Projects) • Liaise with the external and internal stakeholders and become an interface between industry and SAPO with regards to the technical aspects of the Payments and Interbank and to resolve technical integration challenges

• Conduct the payments and interbank technical researches and ensure that Postbank is aware of the developments in the industry as per direction from Manager: Industry Integration

• Co-ordinates communication to the industry in relation to technical industry projects and all technical aspects related to business projects

• Assist with the resolution of all interbank issues relating to technical and industry projects and notices • Obtains necessary information to ensure the timeous submission of payments and interbank reports • Compile and distribute information made available by the payments regulators (industry projects and technical

committees) • Represent Postbank in the industry projects forum on the behalf of the owner • Facilitate the coordination of payments and interbank work with internal stakeholder (interbank projects and

technical perspective) Key • Document and present the necessary information to the internal stakeholders to keep them abreast with Responsibilities industry project developments (new business, new payments mechanisms, developments VISA and Bankserv

relationship) • Facilitate the feasibility of implementing the regulatory initiatives/projects considering the current SAPO systems

and infrastructure and advise PASA accordingly • Facilitate the co-ordination of the implementation and execution of the overall payments and interbank technical

solution • Research, draft and facilitate the implementation of the technical aspects of payments and interbank • Research topics on domestic and international payments trends • Understands technological developments affecting payments • Attend and represent Manager Industry and Integration in PASA Technical Forums Minimum Requirements • Bachelor’s degree (pref. Information Technology/Financial Information System/Business Application) NQF 6

equivalent • At least 1 – 3 years’ experience in the IT and financial environment Knowledge

Minimum • Knowledge of the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Requirements, Job • Technical knowledge of payments environment (SARB, PASA, Bankserv, Payments Systems and the National

requirements, Payments System (NPS) Regulatory Framework

Skills & • Knowledge of payments banking systems

Attributes • Project coordination Skills and Attributes

Coordination skills, Computer literacy (At least MS Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook), Business System Analysis, Ability to handle detailed information correctly, Verbal and written communication, Conflict resolution,

Assertiveness, Analytical, Persuasive, Presentation, Co- ordination, Problem solving, Problem solving,

Positive/Optimistic approach towards work environment, Maintaining confidentiality, Accountability Direction and

Decision making

The South African Post Office is committed to the achievement and maintenance of diversity and equity in employment, especially with regard to race, gender and disability. If you wish to view vacancies, log on to www.postoffice.co.za and Click on Careers or Email your CV to: careers2@postoffice.co.za

Position Number: 60046467 Cost Centre: 50800 Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you do not hear from the South African Post Office within 3 months of this advertisement, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. The South African Post Office Limited reserves the right not to fill this position or to re-advertise the positions at any time

Forex Trading with R100 – minimum deposit

Forex trading is the conversion of currencies into one another. It’s the largest financial market in the world – and one of the most volatile.

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What is foreign exchange?

Foreign exchange, or forex, is the means by which individuals, companies and central banks convert one currency into another. While a lot of foreign exchange is done for practical purposes, the vast majority of currency conversion is undertaken with the aim of earning a profit.

The amount of currency converted everyday – over $5 trillion dollars’ worth – makes forex trading the biggest financial market in the world and can make some currency’s price movements extremely volatile. That volatility is part of why forex is so attractive to some traders: bringing about greater chance of high profits, while also increasing risk.

Why trade forex?

There are many reasons why someone might want or need to participate in the forex market. However, two key activities make up the majority of forex trades.

1. Buying goods or services abroad

This is the form of forex trading that most people are familiar with. Whenever an individual or a business needs to buy something in a different currency, a forex trade must be made. So for practises like international trade, forex is essential.

While forex trades for practical purposes happen every second of every day, they make up a relatively small proportion of all currency trading.

2. Speculation

Instead, most forex trades are undertaken with the aim of making money. Traders speculating on forex prices will not plan to take delivery of the currency itself, instead aiming to take advantage of movements in the market.

Major investors can make many large forex trades in a single day, constantly reacting to and anticipating movements in a currency’s price. The relative ease with which currency can be traded makes it a very liquid asset, which is partly why forex can be more volatile than other markets

Download Z83 and Apply for Science and technology Department Internships

Stipend: R6070 or R8050

Closing Date: 10 November 2017
Location: Pretoria

The Dept of Science and Technology is inviting graduates who have completed their studies  at institutions of higher learning to participate in their internship programme. The duration of the programme is twelve months, with effect from April 2018.

Interested and qualifying candidates that are currently unemployed and never participated  in an internship programme in the Public Service are invited for these positions that based at our head office in Pretoria.

The following internships are available:

Science Communication

  • Degree / Advance Diploma: Journalism / Public Relations / Speech Writing
Human Resources Management

  • Degree / Advance Diploma: Human Resources
Legal Services

  • LLB Degree
National Intellectual Property Management Office

  • LLB Degree
Office of the DDG: Corporate Services

  • National Diploma In Public Administration
Office of the DG: Corporate Services

  • National Diploma In Public Administration
Supply Chain Management

  • Degree: Logistics / Supply Chain Management

Who is Eligible?

Unemployed graduates from institutions of higher learning. Applicants should be South African permanent residence who hold a a South African ID and not be older than 35, with the relevant qualification from a recognised higher education institution. Preference will be given to South African citizens.

How to Apply

You must submit your application on a signed Z83 form, obtainable from any government department, with a comprehensive curriculum vitae (including two contactable referees), as well as recently certified copies of your qualifications, academic record and identity document.

Your application should be posted to Ms MM Makgoba, Private Bag X894, Pretoria, 0001, or hand-delivered to the Department of Science and Technology Building, CSIR Campus, Meiring Naudé Road, Brummeria, Pretoria.

The Department will respond only to shortlisted candidates, so if you have not heard from us within three months, you can assume your application was unsuccessful.

Enquiries: Ms Maite Makgoba at 012 843 6690 or Mr Haggai Setumo at 012 843 6710.

Basic Traffic Officer Learnership Programme 2018

Mpumalanga Government: Basic Traffic Officer Learnership Programme 2018

Closing Date: 03 November 2017

REF. DCSSL / TM / LP2017

The Department of Community Safety, Security and Liaison invites applications for a Traffic Officer Diploma Learnership which seeks to capacitate unemployed youth with knowledge of and skills in Traffic Law Enforcement. Preference will be given to people from previously disadvantaged communities and unemployed youths in the Mpumalanga province who meet the following requirements:

  • A minimum educational qualification of Grade 12
  • A valid drivering licence
  • Applicants should be between 18  and 35 years of age
  • Applicants must be physically fit

NB: The traffic training will be coducted at the newly established Moumalanga Training College at Mkhuhlu (Calcutta) in the Bushbucksridge Local Municipality

Successful candidates will be expected to enter into a 12 month contract with the department and on completion of the course, learners will receive a Diploma in Basic Traffic Officer: NQF 4. Applicants when appointed will be expected to work shifts.

It is our intention to promote race, gender, and disability.

How To Apply

Applications must submitted on a Z83 formobtainable from any public service department and must be accompanied by an updated CV, certified copies of original qualifications, academic transcripts and a copy of ID.

Application, quoting the reference number, should be forwarded to the:Director HRM & D, Department of Community Safety, Security and Liaison, Private Bag x11269, Nelspruit 1200, or hand deliver at the 2nd Floor, Building 4, Riverside Park Ext 7, Government Boulevard.

No faxed or emailed applications will be considered.

Enquiries: Mr. Fanie Nkuna, tel. 013 766-4038 or Ms. Thembi Thobela, tel. 013 766 4093

Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidate only. If you have not been contacted within 3 months of the closing date of this advert, please accept that your application has been unsuccesful

MCDONALDS PART-TIME CREW FOR DECEMBER HOLIDAYS

McDonalds part-time Crew for December Holidays

Calling all Grade 10-12 students willing to work over December.

McDonalds is seeking to employ a Crew for December on a part time and full time basis.

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McDonalds Crew Wanted December or Christmas part time and full time.

All branches of McDonalds in South Africa are urgently looking for Crew members to join them as soon as possible.

More than 100 positions available every month.

And if you’ve got enthusiasm, responsibility and drive, then you could be one of them.

If you’re looking for a job that could turn into a satisfying career, you’ve come to the right place.

Location All branches of McDonalds:

Kwazulu Natal
Free State
Gauteng
Eastern Cape
Limpopo
Mpumalanga
North West
Northern Cape
Western Cape

Requirements

Matric/ Grade 10 -12
No experience needed.
APPLY ONLINE

Here

CALL CENTRE,ADMIN LEARNERSHIP JOBS, SECURITY

LULAWAY

400 fantastic learnership opportunities are available in the call centre, administration and security fields.

NO WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!

Apply by emailing your CV and certified ID copy and NCV L4 certificate, or come and apply on our Registration Days:

Friday 20 October 2017:

Address:

Munsieville Community Hall
Mokgatle Street

Munsieville

Time: 09h00 – 15h00

26th & 27th October 2017:

EWC Boksburg Campus
49 North Street
Plantation

Boksburg

Time: 9am – 3pm

Job Requirements:

  • South African citizen
  • 18 – 35 years of age
  • Live in or are able to travel to Johannesburg, Midrand or Pretoria as deployed by client Completed an NCV L4/National Certificate (VOCATIONAL) qualification from a public TVET college and have obtained the certificate. (Regret, no other qualifications are valid for this specific opportunity.)

HOW TO APPLY

Call us: 0101409510
Application Closing Date: Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Remuneration: R3000 Stipend per month

Send CV to: ncv@lulaway.co.za

Click Here to VIEW THE JOBS PORTAL

Cleaners , Cashier , General Jobs , And Packers

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400 fantastic jobs opportunities are available in the call centre, administration and security fields.

NO WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!

Apply by emailing your CV and certified ID copy and NCV L4 certificate, or come and apply on our Registration Days::

Address:

Munsieville Community Hall
Mokgatle Street

Munsieville

Time: 09h00 – 15h00

26th & 27th October 2017:

EWC Boksburg Campus
49 North Street
Plantation

Boksburg

Time: 9am – 3pm

Job Requirements:

  • South African citizen
  • 18 – 35 years of age
  • Live in or are able to travel to Johannesburg, Midrand or Pretoria as deployed by client Completed an NCV L4/National Certificate (VOCATIONAL) qualification from a public TVET college and have obtained the certificate. (Regret, no other qualifications are valid for this specific opportunity.)

HOW TO APPLY

Call us: 0101409510
Application Closing not specified
Remuneration: R3000 Stipend per month

Send CV to: ncv@lulaway.co.za

Click Here to VIEW THE JOBS PORTAL

GENERAL WORKER 7 post

GENERAL WORKER (ASSET MANAGEMENT) (7 POSTS)

SALARY : R 90 234 per annum
CENTRE : Groote Schuur Hospital, Observatory

REQUIREMENTS :
Minimum requirement:
>Basic numeracy and literacy skills.
>Experience: Appropriate experience in a stores. >Experience in a Movable Asset Management environment will be advantages.

Competencies (knowledge/skills):
Proficiency in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape. Note: No payment of any kind is required when applying for this post.

DUTIES : Assist the Asset Clerk with the handling of movable assets. Deliver and collect movable asset and general goods. Perform certain messenger duties between the stores and other departments within the hospital environment when required. Clean various stores and non-storage areas within the hospital. Assist in other areas when required.

ENQUIRIES : Mr SM Flanagan, tel. no. (021) 404-6436 APPLICATIONS : To the Chief Executive Officer: Groote Schuur Hospital, Private Bag X4, Observatory, 7935. FOR ATTENTION : Ms N Mbilini
CLOSING DATE : 17 November 2017

PHARMACY ASSISTANT POST BASIC GRADE 1-3 (10 Posts)

POST 43/119 : PHARMACY ASSISTANT POST BASIC GRADE 1-3 (10 Posts)
SALARY : R183 381 – R 206 574 per annum


(OSD) CENTRE : Buffalo City Metro, Aspiranza Clinic REF NO. ECHEALTH/PA/ASPC/01/10/2017,
Duncan Village Day Hospital REF NO. ECHEALTH/PA/DVDH/01/10/2017,
Gonubie Clinic REF NO. ECHEALTH/PA/GC/01/10/2017, Jafta Clinic REF NO. ECHEALTH/PA/JAFTC/01/10/2017, Masiphile Clinic REF NO. ECHEALTH/PA/MASIC/01/10/2017,
Needcamps Clinic REF NO. ECHEALTH/PA/NDSC/01/10/2017,
NU 5 Clinic REF NO. ECHEALTH/PA/NU5/01/10/2017,
NU 7 Clinic REF NO. ECHEALTH/PA/NU7/01/10/2017, Openshaw Clinic REF NO. ECHEALTH/PA/OSC/01/10/2017,
Pakamisa Clinic REF NO. ECHEALTH/PA/PHAKC/01/10/2017,
Sinebongo Clinic REF NO. ECHEALTH/PA/SBC/01/10/2017

REQUIREMENTS :
As required by the training facility and the South African Pharmacy Council plus post basic Pharmacist Assistant qualification that allows registration with SAPC as Pharmacist Assistant (Post- Basic).
Registration with the SAPC as Pharmacist Assistant (Post-Basic).
Grade 1: No experience required after registration with the SPAC as Pharmacist Assistant (Post Basic).
Grade 2: A minimum of 5 years appropriate experience as Pharmacist Assistant after registration as a Pharmacist Assistant (Post Basic) with the SAPC.
Grade 3: A minimum of 13 years appropriate experience as Pharmacist Assistant after registration as a Pharmacist Assistant (Post Basic) with the SAPC.

DUTIES : Administer stock replacement to ensure that the pharmacy, wards and clinics are appropriately stocked to meet service delivery needs. Order, receipt and record stock from the Medical Depot and suppliers. Provide inpatient dispensing service. Pack and pre-pack pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical products under the direct supervision of a Pharmacist. Dispensing and counselling service for outpatients.
ENQUIRIES :
Ms H Hlulani – Tel no: (043) 743 3006/057.