If you’re looking for the latest job vacancies in the government, you can find advertisements in DPSA Circular 34 of 2022.
The Department of Public Service and Administration published the circular on Friday, 9 September 2022.
DPSA Circular 34 of 2022
You can view the latest government vacancies as advertised in DPSA Circular 34 of 2022 on the Department’s website here. The 251-page document is in PDF and can therefore be downloaded to your device for offline viewing.
In case you wish to only view jobs available in a particular province or national department, visit the circular’s dedicated webpage page. It contains links to your preferred entity.
The hiring trend in the public service is still rising because a total of 20 departments or government institutions and seven provinces have advertised vacancies this week.
“Although the Circular is issued by the Department of Public Service and Administration, the Department is not responsible for the content of the advertisements. Enquiries about an advertisement must be addressed to the relevant advertising department,” DPSA advised applicants.
New diploma course at NSG
Meanwhile, the National School of Government (NSG) is set to collaborate with an institution of higher learning in the accreditation and registration of a Postgraduate Diploma in Public Affairs and African Governance at NQF level 8.
This is according to Acting Public Service and Administration Minister Thulas Nxesi, who made the revelation in a recent parliamentary reply.
“Public servants will be recruited to study this qualification through that institution and some modules will be offered by the NSG,” the Minister explained.
“For this qualification, the Institution’s Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) policy will be used to recognise the prior learning of the public servants. The NSG finalised the design of an executive management qualification that will be registered at NQF Level 8 with the Council on Higher Education.”
The new course is part of the government’s broader efforts to professionalise South Africa’s public service.
Additionally, the NSG has requested the Department of Higher Education and Training to declare it as a college to offer higher education qualifications.