SAPS Opportunities In SA
2023 SAPS Opportunities In SA
2023 SAPS Scholarships ,Internships , Learnerships , Apprenticeship , Traineeship and Vacancies Opportunities In SA
Overview Of SA Police Service
South Africa became an internationally-accepted democracy in 1994 when President Nelson Mandela was elected as the first President of the new South Africa, bringing the era of “apartheid” to an end. This new democratic order brought about many changes in the country and also had a substantial impact on policing. Mr Sydney Mufamadi was appointed as the first Minister for Safety and Security in the new South Africa. He was assisted by Deputy Minister Joe Matthews.
The SAPS offers careers in various fields. If you join the SAPS you can either become a police official or a civilian employee. Police officials are employed in terms of the South African Police Service Act, 1995 (Act No 68 of 1995). Civilian employees are employed in terms of the Public Service Act, 1994 (Act No 103 of 1994). Most functional Police Officials are directly involved in preventing, combating or investigating crime. The other Police officials and civilian personnel carry out support functions.
A job vacancy is a post, either newly created, unoccupied or about to become vacant ;SAPS hereby invites applications for recruitment Take a few minutes to create or modify your employment profile by Searching for available SAPS 2023 job Opportunities here.
How much do SA Police earn?
South African Police Services Jobs by Salary
|Police or Sheriff’s Patrol Officer||Range:R99k – R380k||Average:R241,334|
|Constable||Range:R112k – R206k||Average:R166,770|
|Police Officer||Range:R117k – R358k||Average:R201,432|
|Police Captain||Range:R191k – R444k||Average:R308,122|
What is Internship and how does it work?
An internship is an official program offered by an employer to potential employees. Internships are most popular with undergraduates or graduate students who work between one to four months and have a goal to gain practical work or research related experience. Internship opportunities are available all year round in South Africa. SAPS available internships for 2023– 2024 will be published on their website or other print and electronic media.
How much do SAPS interns earn?
Average South African Police Service Intern monthly pay in South Africa is approximately R 4 508, which meets the national average.
What is Learnership and how does it work?
A learnership is a work based learning programme that leads to an NQF registered qualification. Learnerships are directly related to an occupation or field of work, for example, electrical engineering, hairdressing or project management.
What are the benefits for learners?
You may have better employment opportunities after completing a learnership;
You have a fixed-term employment contract for the duration of the learnership;
Learnerships improve on the job performance so you are able to do things relevant to the job;
You obtain a nationally-recognised qualification that is relevant to the sector; and
You earn a learner allowance for the duration of the learnership.
SAPS Learnerships for 2023– 2024 if available will be published on their vacancy / career page.
What is a bursary and how does it work?
A bursary is a monetary award made by an institution to individuals or groups of people who cannot afford to pay full fees. Also Bursaries may be awarded in addition to scholarships where financial need is demonstrated and the prospective student would otherwise be unable to enter the school. Bursaries in South Africa are awarded throughout the year to support student for the next academic year. SAPS bursary for 2023– 2024 if available will be published on the vacancy / career page. Search for available SAPS bursaries 2023– 2024 here.
A traineeship is a course with work experience that gets you ready for work or an apprenticeship. It can last up to 6 months.
You can apply if you’re:
- eligible to work in South Africa
- unemployed and have little or no work experience
- aged 16 to 24 and qualified below Level 3
How much do SAPS trainees earn?
Remuneration for the Induction Phase and Basic Training Phase will be a stipend of R4500-00. Successful applicants must take note that they will be trained at any SAPS Academy in South Africa and will be placed at any Police Station / Unit in South Africa after completion of training