Brand Management Intern at Sir Fruit 2017

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13 Apr, 2017

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Internships in South Africa

It all started a long time ago in a small factory in the Joburg CBD…. in 1985 to be exact. Since then a lot has happened. Sir Juice has been bought, sold, merged and finally un-merged.

Today our company is a totally independent entity owned by three brothers from Kwazulu Natal and a lovely lady named Vijay Loosen.

We supply most of the top restaurants, hotels and coffee shops in South Africa with that deliciously premium fruit juice that you usually only find in good restaurants.

Our blending plants in Durban, Joburg and Cape Town also serve as factory shops and in the last couple of years we have started selling our juice in stores too.

Sir Fruit is on the hunt for a superstar intern to join our marketing team.

You will be reporting to the Brand Manager and form part of a small team based in Cape Town. This is a great opportunity to learn, gain experience and have lots of fun!

So if you are energetic, organised, driven, creatively minded, and can juggle three oranges while singing Strawberry Fields by The Beatles then be sure to get in touch.

This is a junior role, ideal for a graduate who is starting out and looking for experience in the industry.


  • A proven track record of achievement and good references.
  • A minimum of a diploma in marketing/advertising/brand management from a recognised institution.
  • A good eye for creative work.
  • A sound understanding of digital marketing.
  • Good writing skills.


  • A positive attitude that infects those around you.
  • A true foodie by heart.
  • A hunger for personal growth and an enquiring mind.
  • The ability to manage your own time and grow yourself quickly.
Remuneration: Basic salary
Location: Cape Town, Woodstock
Education level: Diploma
Job level: Junior
Own transport required: Yes
Travel requirement: Occasional
Type: 1 year
Reference: #5446


If this sounds like you then send your CV and fun cover letter to [email protected]

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