The DOJ&CD x SASSETA Internship Programme 2023/2024

  • Internship
  • Pretoria

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The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development

The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DOJ&CD) is extending an invitation to all unemployed youth to participate in the SASSETA Graduates Programme, which offers valuable workplace experience. As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, the DOJ&CD encourages candidates with disabilities to apply. To apply, please indicate your preferred region and provide the reference number.

Center: National office – Justice College

Reference Number: YD\NO\01 x2


These internships are available in all regions, however, candidates who wish to apply for an internship outside of their respective regions must be willing to find their own accommodation, as they will not be receiving a salary, only a stipend

The DOJ&CD youth development programme offers the following stipends:

  1. National Diploma: Up to R4,500.00 per month
  2. Bachelor’s Degree: Up to R5,000.00 per month
  3. Post Graduate Diploma/Professional Qualification: Up to R6,000.00 per month
  4. Honors Degree: Up to R7,000.00 per month
  5. Master’s Degree: Up to R7,000.00 per month


The DOJ&CD invites all unemployed South African graduates and TVET students, who hold a tertiary qualification in one of the fields previously mentioned, and have not previously participated in any internship programme or in-service training, to apply for the internship programme.

To qualify for the DOJ&CD youth development programme, applicants must hold a National Diploma, Bachelor’s Degree, Post Graduate Diploma, Honours, or Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineers. This requirement ensures that participants have a strong foundation in the key principles and practices of operational management, which is essential for success in the programme. The programme aims to provide valuable on-the-job training and experience for individuals who are eager to build a career in this field and are willing to commit to the programme requirements.


To apply for an internship in a specific regional office, separate applications must be submitted, and the relevant reference number for the chosen center must be included.

To apply, interested applicants must submit their applications, including a completed and signed Form Z83, a CV, a certified Identity Document, Senior Certificate, and the highest required qualification to the specified address. A pre-employment security screening, which includes a check of RSA citizenship, criminal record, credit record, and verification of qualification, will be conducted, and the outcome will be considered to determine suitability for employment.

Applications for the internship programme can be submitted via post or hand delivery to the following address:

Address: Private Bag X81 Pretoria, 0001

Alternatively, applications can also be hand-delivered to 329 Pretorius Street, C/o Pretorius, and Sisulu Street, Pretoria, 0001

For any inquiries, please contact Ms. Samantha Fisher at (012) 315 4843 or Mr. Tokelo Moja at (012) 315 4847.

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