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Public Employment Services takes its services to the mining town of Aggeneys in Namakwa District

by lloyd last modified 2018-08-15 11:47

15 August 2018

The Department of Labour, Northern Cape will be taking the sought after services of the Public Employment Services (PES) to mining town of  Aggeneys, Namakwa District on 23 August 2018 in its effort to combat the scourge of unemployment in the province. Public Employment Services will be hosting an advocacy session with strategic stakeholders and employers to manage and maintain sound working relations. The campaign will also seek to focus on the following objectives:

·          Raising awareness and to sensitise our stakeholders about Public Employment Services, nature of services offered and how it can add value to employers business operations.

·          Providing a platform for employers and other Departments to discuss mutually beneficial opportunities, experiences and challenges.

·          Exploring partnerships on recruitment services for employers.

Work seekers will be given an opportunity to submit their curriculum vitae (CVs) to be captured on the Employment Services of South Africa (ESSA) database for possible link with job opportunities or learnerships.

The advocacy session will be held as follows:

Date: 23 August 2018

Venue: North End Recreational Club, Aggeneys

Time: 09:00 – 14:00

We therefore urge the unemployed youth to take full advantage of this opportunity and register on the ESSA database.


Media enquiries:


Kebalepile Khula

Provincial Communication Officer

082 043 1504


Issued by:


Teboho Thejane

Departmental Spokesperson

082 697 0694


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