New Sarah Baartman District Municipality interns introduced to Council
On the 15th of October, Executive Mayor of the Sarah Baartman District Municipality, Khunjuzwa Eunice Kekana, introduced the next intake of eight interns to council. The interns had already started working on the 1st of October and will remain with the municipality for two years.
The Sarah Baartman District Municipality Internship Programme was launched a few years ago in an effort to assist unemployed graduates to gain critical workplace experience and skills – thereby boosting their chances of securing future permanent employment.
The programme also helps to build management capacity and develop well-rounded future leaders for the region by recruiting recent graduates interested in a career in municipal administration, finance, human resources among other fields.
Photo Caption: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT… Seen here standing with Executive Mayor of the Sarah Baartman District Municipality, Khunjuzwa Eunice Kekana (fourth from left), are, from left to right, Hildeth Faulker, a Performance Management System intern from the Kouga Local Municipality; Roze-Marie Coetzee, Human Resource Management Intern from the Baviaans Local Municipality; Wesley Sondag, Finance intern from the Camdeboo Local Municipality; Siyasanga Tanatu, Finance intern from the Sundays River Valley Local Municipality; Sibulele Dondashe, Finance intern from the Ndlambe Local Municipality; David Saki, Performance Management System intern from the Ikwezi Local Municipality and Zovuyo Mjokovane, Finance intern from the Makana Local Municipality. Absent from the event was Sibongokuhle Doyile, Finance intern from the Sunday’s River Valley Local Municipality.
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