Job seekers in South Africa can now view the latest government job vacancies in DPSA Circular 35 of 2022, which the Department of Public Service and Administration published on 16 September 2022.
The Department publishes a vacancy circular every week throughout the year except in the latter weeks of December.
DPSA Circular 35 of 2022
To view the latest government vacancies contained in DPSA Circular 35 of 2022, visit the Department’s website here. The document is 261 pages long and is published in a downloadable PDF format.
Visit the Department’s newsroom website to narrow down your job search to a specific national department (21 have advertised) or provincial administration (seven have advertised).
The advertised positions range from those in management echelons, director and deputy director levels, and lower levels. DPSA advised applicants who have inquiries to contact the specific department or province that has advertised a position for further information.
Meanwhile, 24 national departments and 14 provincial departments have finalised lifestyle audits after a year-long process, DPSA announced on Thursday (15 September).
In the current financial year, 98 percent of all senior management service (SMS) members disclosed their financial interests on time. 54 percent of the Supply Chain Management, Finance Officials and Middle Management Service employees on levels 11 and 12 also disclosed their interests in the previous financial year.
The Public Administration Ethics, Integrity and Disciplinary Technical Assistance Unit (PAEIDTAU), which was established in 2019, oversees the audits.
It has also trained for 400 Ethics Officers and interested parties to conduct lifestyle reviews in a bid to root out corruption in the public service.
“To win this war against corruption, we must speak out. We must walk the talk as we fight corruption and build a capable, ethical and developmental state that puts people and their needs at the centre of our work. We therefore encourage you to speak out and report any wrongdoing that you may be aware of,” Acting DPSA Minister Thulas Nxesi said.
The DPSA has also launched a revised Batho Pele Revitalisation Strategy, which it described as a “service delivery framework that seeks to reignite the culture of servitude within the public service and inspire public servants to uphold the principles of Batho Pele.”
“The revised framework is adopted in an endeavour to bring a re-engineered Batho Pele Programme back to the public domain to secure maximum benefits for the citizens in line with its original goal,” the Department added.