C-BRTA Internships for Unemployed Graduates in 2021

C-BRTA is providing unemployed graduates with internships in 2021.

For the Internship Program 2021, the Cross-Border Road Transport Agency (C-BRTA) is accepting applications from unemployed graduates in South Africa.

C-BRTA Internships for Unemployed Graduates

Location of the internship: Centurion, Gauteng

Corporate Services: Risk and Compliance Management x 1

B Com, BCom Law, B.A. Law, LLB, Risk Management

Number of Reference: CSINT 001/11/2023

Bachelor’s degree in ICT, Computer Science, or a related discipline, plus two

Number of Reference: ICTINT 001/11/2023

Corporate Services: 1

Bachelor’s degree or National Diploma in human resources management Organizational psychology, labor relations, industrial psychology, and human resources management

Number of Reference: CSINT 001/11/2023

Intern X 2 Finance X 2

National Diploma in Accounting, Finance, or a Related Field with a Bachelor’s Degree

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Number of Reference: FINANCEINT 001/11/2023

Regulatory Services X 2

National Diploma or Bachelor’s degree in a discipline linked to transport logistics management

Number of the Reference: REGULATORYINT 001/11/2023

CEO’s office X 1

Bachelors Degree (preferably Law) CGI (CIS)

CEOINT 001/11/2023


The employer provides an R6 500 stipend.

NB: The employment equity goals of the Agency shall be followed in filling this post. Blacks and those with impairments are urged to apply.

How to Apply

To apply for the internship program, send Precious Mugaga a thorough CV along with certified copies of your credentials and an ID copy (the certification period for these documents cannot exceed three months) to the appropriate email address and referencing reference number.

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N.B. All applicants must use the proper email address and include the reference number for the position they are applying for. Applicants who do not include these will not be taken into consideration.

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