The Department of Community Safety and Liaison is committed to skills development by providing opportunities for unemployed graduates to gain experience in various skills.

The Department invites applicants to join the Internship Programme for a period of 24 months.

Graduates from all districts who meet requirements that are stated below may apply.

Successful candidates will be responsible for arranging their own accommodation and transport as well as enter into an internship agreement with the department.

The successful incumbent will also be required to assume duty on 1 June 2023 and will be paid a minimum monthly stipend of R 6 083.70 as outlined in the relevant prescripts.


The applicants must meet the following requirements: –

  • Must be a Graduate in one or more of the specific fields listed below,
  • Must be between the ages of 18 to 35 years old, Must have no working experience,
  • Must have never served under any graduate internship programme previously.
  • Graduates from the following fields of study are invited to apply.
Social Sciences Degree (Preferably with Criminology as I¥lajor Subjects)uMkhanyakude DistrictuMkhanyakudeCSL07/20231
Amajuba DistrictAmajubaCSL08/20231
uThukela DistrictuThukelaCSL09/20231
Harry Gwala DistrictHarry GwalaCSL10/20231
uGu DietrictuGuCSL11/20231
uMzinyathi DistrictuMzinyathiCSL12/20231
Durban WestPinetownCSL14/20231
Durban NorthDurbanCSL15/20231
Bachelor’s degree / diploma or equivalent in Human Resource ManagementHuman Resource AdministrationPietermaritzburgCSL16/20231
Bachelor’s degree / diploma or equivalent specializing in Public Management /Fleet Management ServicesPietermaritzburgCSL17/20231
Durban North DistrictDurbanCSL18/20231
uThukela DistrictDundeeCSL19/20231
Office II/lanagement or related fieldsIlembe DistrictStangerCSL20/20231
  Bachelor’s degree diploma or equivalent in Commerce Finance specializing in one of the following fields: Supply Chain Management, or related fields  Supply Chain Management  Pietermaritzburg  CSL22/2023  2
  Bachelor’s degree / diploma or equivalent in Commerce / Finance specializing in one of the following fields: Budgeting, Accounting, and related fields  Financial Planning, Budgeting and Accounting Services  PietermaritzburgCSL23/20232
  Bachelor’s degree / diploma or equivalent in Journalism, Public Relations or Graphic Design  Communications  Pietermaritzburg  CSL24/2023  2
  Bachelor’s degree / diploma or equivalent in Information Technology, Website Development / maintenance or related fields  Information Technology Sub- directorate  Pietermaritzburg  CSL25/2023  2
  Bachelor’s degree / diploma or equivalent specializing in one or more of the following fields: Public / Office Management or related or Strategic Management, or related fields  Office of the Head of Department  Pietermaritzburg  CSL26/2023  1
  LLB degree or equivalent  Legal Administration Services  Pietermaritzburg  CSL27/2023  1


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Applicants are not required to submit certified copies of their educational qualifications with their applications, but must submit a duly completed Z83 application for employment form and a detailed CV.

Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be considered.

Applicants must utilise the most recent Z83 application for employment form as issued by the Minister for the Public Service and Administration in line with Regulation 10 of the Public Service Regulations, 2016 and failure to do so will result in disqualification.

All fields in the amended (i.e., new Z83) form are mandatory and must be completed in full and the form must be initialled on each page and signed at the back for an applicant to be considered for any post.

Should an application be received using the old employment form (Z83), it will not be considered.

When applying for posts in the districts, applicants are requested to only apply for posts in the district in which they reside, except for posts in head office (Pietermaritzburg)

All personal data on applications will be dealt with in term of the provisions of the Protection of Personal Information Act of 2013 (POPIA)

Candidates must not send their applications through registered mail as the Department will not take responsibility for non-collection of these applications.

Candidates must not send their applications through registered mail as the Department will not take responsibility for non-collection of these applications.

Applications that do not comply with the above instruction will be disqualified. Candidates must submit separate applications for each post applied for quoting the applicable reference number.

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All applications must be submitted with the following documentation: –

  • Completed Z83 form (obtainable from government institutions) and a detailed curriculum vitae (CV).
  • A signed affidavit from a commissioner of oaths as proof of unemployment, clearly indicating that you have not benefited from an internship programme.
  • Proof of residence (e.g., electricity bill, retail statements or local councillor affidavit).

Applicants must indicate your field of preference and the reference number on the prescribed form Z 83 and completed applications must be forwarded to: –

The Head: Community Safety and Liaison Human Resource Sub-Directorate, Private Bag X 9143 Pietermaritzburg 3200

For attention of Ms S.S Ngcobo

Applications may also be hand delivered to 179 Jabu Ndlovu Street, Pietermaritzburg. No late, faxed or e-mailed applications will be considered.

Due to the anticipated volume of applications, communication will be limited to the successful candidates and if you have not been contacted within three months of closing date, consider your application to be unsuccessful.

Graduates from all race groups and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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