Get Circular 43 for latest DPSA vacancies in December 2021 here

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The Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) has just published Circular 43 of 2021 which contains the latest vacancies in government in December.

This is the second-last circular for the year as South Africa prepares to enter the much-anticipated festive season.

Latest DPSA vacancies in Circular 43 for December 2021

To view the latest DPSA vacancies in Circular 43 of 2021 this December, click here. The document, which can also be downloaded, is in PDF and is 198 pages long.

It contains government vacancies in various national departments, including the Office of the Chief Justice, Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) and National Prosecuting Authority (NPA).

It also shows vacancies in various provincial administrations, including Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and Western Cape.

Page 2 of the document displays the pages for each national department or provincial administration. This makes it easier for job seekers to find their preferred entity.

Documents for each department or province

However, DPSA has also published PDF documents showing jobs for each national department or provincial administration. You can view them in the links below:

National Departments

Provincial administrations

In case you still wish to peruse Circulars 42 and 41 published over the past two weeks, click here and here respectively.

DPSA will issue the last circular of the year on 10 December 2021 and the first one for 2022 on 14 January.

This means that respective government entities need to submit their job advertisements to DPSA before 10 December, according to a letter by Director-General Yoliswa Makhasi earlier this year.

Makhasi said, timely submissions will “allow the administrative processes that requires the Human Resource in the departments to manage before festive closure and January resumption of the work schedule.”

As always, good luck in your job search!

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