Mail & Guardian South Africa: Training Program

Posted on :

4 Oct, 2010

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Graduate Jobs in South Africa, Media Jobs in South Africa

The Mail & Guardian newspaper and M&G Online are always on the lookout for talented, dynamic individuals to join our team.
The newspaper and website are famous for in-depth, analytical, high quality, no-nonsense news features, combined with up-to-the-minute breaking news from South Africa, Africa and the rest of the world. It’s an alternative, intelligent look at the world.

If you are a student fresh out of university, tech or college and looking to start your career in journalism, then this is the ideal platform for you to do so.

The M&G’s official internship programme runs for 12 months starting February 1 each year. Our internships are fulltime positions, based at the M&G Media Ltd offices in Rosebank, Johannesburg. During this time, trainees will work for both the M&G newspaper and the M&G Online.

Prospective candidates should have strong news instincts, an excellent general knowledge and a better-than-average
grasp of the English language and should be dynamic, confident and reliable. A driver’s licence is a must.

Call for Applications: 2011

Please submit a detailed curriculum vitae and a letter of motivation, as well as any examples of published work
(do not submit originals).

Submissions must be addressed to M&G Training Programme Applications and reach the M&G by no later than October 30 2010.

Postal address: PO Box 91667, Auckland Park 2006
Physical address: Grosvenor Corner, 195 Jan Smuts Avenue (corner 7th Avenue), Rosebank 2193
Email: [email protected] Fax: (011) 250 7502

• Applicants need a technikon or university qualification in journalism or a related field. • Applicants must be computer literate. • Applicants must have a driver’s licence.

Applicants must be available to attend a selection process in Johannesburg during the first week of December. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Offer valid till: 2010-10-30

Use this link to Apply Online

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