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Municipalities (e.g. Tshwane, Ekurhuleni, Johannesburg, Cape Town, eThekwini and more)

Provincial Governments (all the provinces)

National Government (e.g. SA Police, Department of Transport, Labour and more)

Municipal Public Entities (e.g. Johannesburg Roads Agency, Cape Town International Convention Centre and more)

Provincial Public Entities (e.g. Gautrain Management Agency, Natal Sharks Board, Kalahari Kid Corporation and more)

Major Public Entities (e.g. Eskom, Transnet, Telkom, Post Office and more)

National Public Entities (e.g. National Youth Development Agency, State Information Technology Agency and more)

FET Colleges (all the FET Colleges)

Universities (all the major universities)

Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) (all the SETAs)

Provincial Government Business Enterprises (e.g. East London Industrial Development Zone Corporation, Gateway Airport Authority Limited and more)

National Government Business Enterprises (e.g. CSIR, Rand Water, SABS and more)

Constitutional Institutions (e.g. The Public Protector of South Africa, The South African Human Rights Commission and more)

Schools

Hospitals

Power Stations

Government Bursaries

Government Internships

Government Learnerships

Government Training Programmes





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