SABC’s 2020 State Broadcaster Internship Programme for 3- Or 4-Years South African Accredited and Recognised Tertiary Institutions’ Diploma Or Degree Graduates
SABC as South African’s state broadcasting radio’s history can be traced back in 1923 when it was once unlicensed radio service under South African Railways’ auspices. It was a company that fully focusing its business operations on radio services until televisions were introduced to South African people in 1976.
At the same time, SABC still dominated free-to-air television industries, at least until e.tv launched in 1998. These years, SABC has already provided 19 different AM and PM radio stations and 5 television broadcasts for general public’s consumptions. Three of SABC’s main radio programmes are the Radio South Africa (formerly known as “The English Service”), Radio Suid-Afrika and Afrikaans Stereo (were known as one station of “The Afrikaans Service”), and Springbok Radio as its commercially-airing station.
SABC’s Internship Programme’s Scheme’s and Requirements
SABC’s internship programme is aimed at everyone who meets SABC’s internship programme’s criteria and ready to gain more exposures in radio and broadcasting industries. The overall SABC’s internship programme’s tones are exciting and challenging.
Having these being said, intern candidates will be exposed to such working conditions when they are enrolled as SABC’s interns. At the same time, intern candidates should be ready to accept that there will be no guaranteed permanent employment after graduating from SABC’s internship programme.
Still, intern candidates of SABC’s internship programme should support their internship application packages with these following documents along with their filled-in application form:
- CVs that consists of their work experiences, skills, educational qualifications, and other obtained competencies in one page.
- Certified copies of Matric and 3- or 4-year Diploma or degree certificates and academic transcripts.
- Certified copies of South African ID cards.
How to Apply for SABC’s Internship Programme
Applicants can choose to apply online or semi-online for SABC’s internship programme. They should, however, download the SABC’s internship application form on its official website regardless of which application methods they use. Alternatively, applicants who reside in some provinces may apply directly through their provinces.
Applicants who choose to apply online can visit SABC’s official website, while those who decide to apply semi-online can e-mail their complete application packages to [email protected] In that e-mail, applicants should state which internship schemes they intend to apply and the reference number in red-coloured texts in their e-mail subject, so that their applications will be considered.
SABC’s Internship Programme’s Opening and Closing Deadlines for the Year of 2020
SABC’s internship programme usually opens in the first months of each year, with different closing deadlines every year. Visit SABC’s internship portal for more information on the 2020’s internship programme’s opening and closing deadlines,
SABC’s Internship Programme-Related Contact Details
Contact these following numbers and/or e-mail address if there are any questions on SABC’s internship programme:
- Telephone Number: 011 714 9111
- Fax Number: 011 714 9744
- E-Mail Address: [email protected]
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