www.kznonline gov.za: KwaZulu-Natal declared a ground-breaking initiative to create jobs, especially in the transportation industry, as part of the decisive intervention to reduce unemployment. As a result, the provincial Department of Transport and Community Safety and Liaison have already hired more than 6 000 young people.
Dube-Ncube explained the job creation campaign to thousands of newly employed young people during the campaign’s unveiling, which was also attended by Transport Minister Sindisiwe Chikunga and KZN Transport, Community Safety and Liaison MEC, Sipho Hlomuka. These young people filled the stadium to the brim while wearing their work uniforms.
The Premier took use of the event to formally unveil the eMisebenzi/e-Recruitment Portal, an online jobs platform that compiles all open positions with the province administration, including those at state-owned organizations.
Numerous career opportunities are available on the internet platform, which is open to the general public and may be accessed from anywhere. On the platform, which can be accessed by visiting www.kznonline.gov.za, more than 2 000 permanent positions from various departments were made available during the launch.
Citizens may go to any of the Designated Online Application Centres (DOACS), where our helpful staff will help you apply online or obtain a hardcopy application for a post that has been announced as being open. Choose Here. The Premier urged job seekers to submit their applications for vacant positions through the user-friendly web platform www.kznonline gov.za by demonstrating how they can do so without using their personal details.
Note: Over 2100 postings were placed during the launch, and over 100 000 applications have already been submitted since the portal opened last week.
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